Brisbane Times
McCanns 'victims of a witch-hunt'
Guardian Unlimited - 11 hours ago
The parents of missing Madeleine McCann are the victims of a "witch-hunt" and there is no evidence to suggest they murdered their daughter, said Britain's former top police officer.
Too serence for sympathy Times Online
Booker winner who misread the McCanns Telegraph.co.uk
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Monsters and Critics.com
Rings and 'hitmen' occupy Diana jury
BBC News - 23 hours ago
By Peter Hunt It has been a week of striking images and phrases at the inquest into the deaths of Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed.
Dodi Fayed ‘bought engagement ring for Diana hours before deaths’ Times Online
Dodi Fayed bought £11000 engagement ring for Diana Guardian Unlimited
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The Sun
Tennis coach Claire Lyte told she faces
Times Online - 19 Oct 2007
She claimed that she was the innocent victim of the ambitious and pushy world of tennis, that she was a coach who had done nothing but nurture and bring out the best in her charges.
Tennis chiefs attacked as coach is found guilty Telegraph.co.uk
Tennis coach guilty of having sex with her 13-year-old pupil Guardian Unlimited
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Showbiz Spy
Paul McCartney to settle divorce for £25 million?
NME.com - 18 Oct 2007
A divorce settlement between Paul McCartney and his estranged wife Heather Mills could be agreed within days, after he offered around £25 million in a settlement, it has been reported.
Sir Paul McCartney CNN
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After the night of the bloodbath, Bhutto's days of reckoning
Independent - 6 hours ago
Why did Benazir proceed with her stage-managed parade despite forewarnings of the violence that was to follow? And can she win over her people?
Karachi 'bomber' photo released BBC News
'It was what we feared, but dared not to happen' The Sunday Times
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Montreal Gazette
International Pedophile Suspect Denies Any Wrongdoing
FOX News - 20 hours ago
These images made available by Interpol in Paris show an unidentified man after, left, and before the digital manipulation of the image.
Canadian denies pedophile allegations AFP
Suspected paedophile arrested in Thailand Guardian Unlimited
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Monsters and Critics.com
Liberal intent
Guardian Unlimited - 7 hours ago
Britain is ready to embrace its true liberal character, says the frontrunner for the Lib-Dem leadership in this exclusive interview.
LSD article plays trickson Huhne’s mind Times Online
Chris Huhne: Nick Clegg is 'parroting Cameron' Telegraph.co.uk
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CBC News
Springbok kickers destroy England
Times Online - 4 hours ago
The set-piece rules the world; this has been the Rugby World Cup where primary possession has been preeminent, with so few teams good enough, or bold enough, to attack with any conviction.
Fans share a dream of sporting glory in Paris Guardian Unlimited
Politicians praise beaten England BBC News
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Pitfalls abound if US labels slaughter of Armenians a genocide
International Herald Tribune - 19 Oct 2007
AP It's a dispute that goes back nearly a century - yet suddenly it's overshadowing everything from America's engagement in Afghanistan and Iraq to Turkey's friendship with Israel and its drive to join the EU.
The challenges of confronting the Armenian genocide U.S. News & World Report
Armenian genocide vote in doubt Guardian Unlimited
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Gulf News
Scientist James Watson flies home after
Times Online - 6 hours ago
The Nobel Laureate who provoked an international row by apparently claiming that black people are less intelligent than whites left Britain in disgrace yesterday after being suspended from his job.
Science always has and should be open to debate The Sunday Times
Disgrace: How a giant of science was brought low The Observer
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I did not order Menezes to be shot, says Met commander
Guardian Unlimited - 19 Oct 2007
The police commander in charge of the operation which ended in the killing of Jean Charles de Menezes told an Old Bailey jury yesterday that she had not given an order to shoot him.
Police 'had no order to shoot de Menezes' Telegraph.co.uk
de Menezes tragic victim of misfortune Times Online
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French fall out of love with marriage habit
Guardian Unlimited - 5 hours ago
She wore Prada, not Chanel, and was clearly not cut out for the role of France's first lady. But beyond the obvious, kind explanation for Cecilia Sarkozy's divorce lies a more intriguing question: why, in a land of such apparently relaxed sexual mores, ...
Sarko: le DIVORCE Independent
Nicolas Sarkozy's fight to win back wife Telegraph.co.uk
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Daily Mail
Boys sentenced for stoning death
BBC News - 19 Oct 2007
Five boys have been sentenced to two years' detention for killing a father who collapsed with a heart attack after being pelted with stones and rocks.
Teenage boys weep after being jailed for stoning father to death Independent
Boys get two years for 'vicious' attack that killed pensioner Guardian Unlimited
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Boston Globe
BBC rakes in adverts cash as heads roll in cost cuts
Times Online - 7 hours ago
THE PARADOX will not have been lost on rebellious news heavyweights such as Jeremy Paxman and John Humphrys, who fear that the BBC is losing its soul.
BBC threatened with staff flare-up on Bonfire Night Independent
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'Upset' Ant and Dec give profits to charity after phone-in scandal
Guardian Unlimited - 5 hours ago
ITV stars Ant and Dec last night made an unprecedented apology over rigged phone-in votes in a competition on their programme, and announced that they would donate profits from their next series of Saturday Night Takeaway to charity.
Grade under pressure to wield axe at ITV Independent
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Spiegel Online
Talabani condemns Syria PKK stance
Aljazeera.net - 14 hours ago
The Iraqi president has condemned Syria's support for a possible Turkish military incursion into northern Iraq to attack Kurdish based fighters.
Kurds vow resistance InTheNews.co.uk
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UN Chronicle
People: Melissa Etheridge, Ang Lee, Britney Spears
International Herald Tribune - 19 Oct 2007
AP Melissa Etheridge, Alicia Keys and Annie Lennox are among the artists who will perform at the annual Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Norway, organizers said.
Keys, Lennox to perform at peace prize bash Stuff.co.nz
Global methods must change with climate Scotsman
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Monsters and Critics.com
Brown expected to ride out treaty storm
Reuters UK - 15 hours ago
By Adrian Croft - Analysis LISBON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Gordon Brown faces an uproar over his refusal to allow a referendum on Europe's new treaty, but analysts expect him to stick to his guns in the hope that the row will subside by the next ...
Beware the grip of the Euro monster Times Online
Brown is facing Commons battle over treaty Scotsman
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Media Guardian
Last laugh of Alan Coren, comedy king of Cricklewood
Times Online - 7 hours ago
Alan Coren could find a joke in anything, even his own death. Michael Bywater, his friend and Punch colleague, recalls his witty genius Alan Coren died on Thursday night.
Alan Coren, star of radio comedy, dies of cancer aged 69 Independent
Alan Coren Telegraph.co.uk
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Man with a message that crossed colour lines
Times Online - 15 hours ago
He was given the name Lucky because, when he was born on August 3, 1964, Lucky Dube was in poor health and the doctors were unsure that he would pull through.
During his lifetime South African reggae star Lucky Dube was a man ... BBC News
South African reggae star shot dead in front of his children Independent
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