Archive for: June 2012


Screen bid to cut aneurysm deaths

A programme that aims to spot men at risk of abdominal aortic aneurysm rupture is to be rolled out across Scotland.

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Drink-drive plan moves forward

The power to set a new drink-drive limit in Scotland is among those being transferred from Westminster to Holyrood this week.

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DC, Virginia declare state of emergency amid deadly storm (PHOTOS)


A violent storm raging around the US capital has killed at least eight people, uprooted thousands of trees and left over 1.3 million buildings, homes and businesses without power in Maryland, northern Virginia and the…
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State of emergency declared across Mid-Atlantic after deadly storms, heat wave (PHOTOS)


Violent storms in the DC area have killed at least 13 people, uprooted thousands of trees and left over 1.3 million homes and businesses without power across the Mid-Atlantic during a powerful heat wave. Popular…
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Westfield stabbing victim named

Police identify a man who was stabbed to death at a shopping centre yards from the Olympic Park.

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Charge over Marble Arch murder

A man is charged with murder after a homeless man is found strangled at Marble Arch in central London.

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KATV – Breaking News, Weather and Razorback SportsStorm strands 232 … – KATV

KATV – Breaking News, Weather and Razorback SportsStorm strands 232
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A storm that knocked down threes across several states has stranded 232 Amtrak passengers overnight on a train in West Virginia.

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Police hunt man in murder probe

Police search for a man they want to speak to in connection with the death of a woman in Bristol.

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Journalist challenges Iceland’s president

Icelanders voted in a presidential poll pitting incumbent Olafur Grimsson, against a 37-year-old TV journalist.

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Hong Kongers Pepper Sprayed While Protesting Hu Jintao

Hong Kong’s police force has come under fire for the use of heavy-handed tactics during Hu Jintao’s visit. The communist Chinese leader arrived in Hong Kong on Friday, ahead of the anniversary of its return to Chinese rule on July 1st. On Saturday evening, protestors tried to make their calls heard. Hundreds gathered outside the venue where Hu was dining, demanding answers for the suspicious death of Tiananmen dissident Li Wangyang. Footage shows Hong Kong police officers out in force.

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