Monthly Archives: January 2012

AUDIO: Flight recording of JFK’s death

The US National Archives has released audio recorded from the Air Force One flight from Dallas back to Washington on the day of President John F Kennedy’s assassination. The BBC’s Paul Adams says the recording is distorted in parts, but clearly conveys the shock and confusion of November 22, 1963. Article source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/go/rss/int/news/-/news/world-us-canada-16821536
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Sandusky to learn abuse accusers’ names this week (AP)

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Former Penn State partner football manager Jerry Sandusky will learn by a finish of a week a names of a 10 immature group he is charged with carrying intimately abused, according to a justice request filed late Monday by state prosecutors. The profession general’s bureau pronounced that a supposed victims’ names...
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Eurozone stagnation ends 2011 during record high (AP)

LONDON – Unemployment opposite a 17 countries that use a euro finished 2011 during a record high of one chairman in each 10, central total showed Tuesday, a day after EU leaders concurred they would have to boost mercantile expansion with a same coercion that they had shown in combating their nations’ debts. Eurostat,...
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Stocks down, perplexing for best Jan given ’97 (AP)

NEW YORK – The batch marketplace mislaid belligerent Tuesday though still seemed headed for a best Jan finish in some-more than a decade. An astonishing dump in consumer certainty dragged bonds down after a clever open. The Dow Jones industrial normal was down 33 points during 12,619 only after 1:30 p.m. EST. The Standard...
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Los Angeles clergyman charged with molesting 23 kids (AP)

LOS ANGELES – A Los Angeles facile propagandize clergyman was charged with committing licentious acts opposite scarcely dual dozen students after a film processor gave authorities bondage-style photographs display children in blindfolds with their mouths taped, and some with cockroaches on their faces, authorities pronounced Tuesday. Mark Berndt, 61, was arrested Monday during his...
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As Mississippi rises, inspections adult on rebuilt wharf (Reuters)

ST. LOUIS (Reuters) – Concerns about rising waters in a Mississippi River have stirred engineers to step adult investigations of a Birds Point levee, customarily partially rebuilt after a supervision intentionally blew it adult final spring, officials pronounced on Tuesday. The wharf in a southeastern partial of Missouri was breached in May to gangling...
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Bid to hindrance no-camping order for DC protesters denied (Reuters)

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A sovereign decider denied a petition on Tuesday that would have authorised anti-Wall Street protesters to keep camping — during slightest temporarily — in dual Washington parks where they have lived for months. The National Park Service had criminialized protesters with a Occupy DC transformation from camping in McPherson Square, a...
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Iran keeping option open on nuclear weapon: U.S. spy chief (Reuters)

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Iran is keeping the option open to develop a nuclear weapon but U.S. intelligence agencies do not know whether it will eventually decided to build one, the U.S. intelligence chief said on Tuesday. New U.S. sanctions imposed over Iran’s nuclear program were likely to have a greater impact than previous ones,...
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Italian authorities end search for cruise ship bodies (Reuters)

ROME (Reuters) – Italian authorities have ended the search for bodies in the submerged sections of the capsized Costa Concordia, more than two weeks after the giant cruise liner capsized off the Tuscan coast, officials said on Tuesday. The civil protection authority said conditions on the wreck had made it impossible for divers to...
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Greece must pledge tough reforms for debt swap deal (Reuters)

ATHENS (Reuters) – Greece must make “difficult” decisions in the coming days to clinch a debt swap agreement and a 130 billion euro bailout package needed to avoid an unruly default, the government said on Tuesday. Near-bankrupt Greece is struggling to convince skeptical lenders it can ram through spending cuts and labor reform to...
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