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Gazans to live with 8-hour daily power outages because of Israeli fuel cutbacks

Posted: 01/07/2008 - Israel says the fuel cutback is meant to send a "stern message" to Gaza militants to stop rocket attacks on southern Israel. The head of Gaza's energy authority says Gaza now has only 35 percent of the power its 1.5 million residents need. Israel supplies all of Gaza's fuel and 60 percent of its electricity.

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Baghdad bombing kills at least eight on Army Day

Posted: 01/07/2008 - Police say the bomber targeted Iraqi soldiers and civilians at a gathering commemorating Iraq's Army Day. This is the 87th anniversary of the establishment of Iraq's army and is marked with ceremonies and military parades.

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West Bank sweep ends, more violence in Gaza

Posted: 01/07/2008 - The military says an armed man was killed by an Israeli aircraft targeting a rocket launch site in the northern part of Gaza early today. Palestinian officials say the militant was part of a group linked to Hamas.

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Police: Man cooked parts of slain woman

Posted: 01/07/2008 - Authorities say a man jailed in Texas in the death of his girlfriend cooked parts of her body and may have been planning to eat them. Christopher McCuin faces a capital murder charge and will appear in court Monday.

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Pakistani president blames Bhutto for her own assassination

Posted: 01/07/2008 - Musharraf says his government provided Bhutto with enough protection. He says she should have left the rally quickly instead of lingering to wave to supporters, and was lucky to have made it into the vehicle alive.

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Court takes up lethal injection case

Posted: 01/07/2008 - The two Kentucky death row inmates whose challenge is before the court are not asking to be spared execution or death by injection. Their argument, basically, is that there are ways to get the job done relatively pain-free.

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Dozens of cars pile up in Wisconsin; 1 dead

Posted: 01/07/2008 - According to a dispatcher with the Wisconsin State Patrol, Interstate 90 has been shut in both directions, causing a traffic backup of about five miles.

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9 missing, 3 dead, 145,000 without power in Western storm

Updated: 01/07/2008 - More than 145,000 homes and businesses in California were still without power late Sunday, down from more than 200,000 earlier in the day. The storm ripped down nearly 500 miles of power lines and hundreds of poles, and utility crews say it could be days before all the electricity is back on.

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At least six dead in crash of small plane in Alaska

Posted: 01/07/2008 - The Coast Guard says the Piper Navajo Chieftain with ten people on board crashed in shallow water shortly after it too off Saturday afternoon. A private float plane from a fish processing company was able to pull four people from the wreckage.

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Presidential hopefuls look to New Hampshire

Posted: 01/05/2008 - Last weekend the nation turned its eyes towards Iowa as presidential candidates did some last minute campaigning before the first caucus. Now it’s New Hampshire’s turn.

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Lawmaker warned destroying tapes would 'reflect badly' on the CIA

Posted: 01/04/2008 - Congresswoman Jane Harman was the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee when she wrote the 2003 letter. The California lawmaker told the then-CIA general counsel, Scott Muller, that even if destroying the tapes were legal, it still wouldn't be prudent.

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Charges in Arkansas bus crash that killed 4

Posted: 01/04/2008 - The bus was carrying 46 passengers from Chicago to Dallas when it crossed a median, hitting a pickup and then a tractor-trailer. Three people on the bus were killed, along with the driver of the pickup.

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Texas inmate convicted of sexual assault freed after DNA tests

Posted: 01/04/2008 - Charles Chatman had been convicted of aggravated sexual assault in 1981 and sentenced to 99 years in prison. He's always maintained his innocence, saying the victim lived five houses away from him but that he never knew her.

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Zoo reopens amid investigation into fatal tiger attack

Posted: 01/04/2008 - The zoo is welcoming visitors for the first time since a Christmas Day tiger rampage left one dead and two wounded. Many of those who entered the gates said they were showing their support for the zoo.

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British antiterror team in Pakistan

Posted: 01/04/2008 - President Pervez Musharraf says the team from Scotland Yard will provide forensic and technical expertise. But he says it won't be allowed to go on a "wild goose chase" and "create a political disturbance."

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Musharraf denies government security forces involved in Bhutto slaying

Posted: 01/04/2008 - Musharraf also says there was no security lapse, and implied that Bhutto was partly responsible in her death because she came out of her vehicle's sunroof to greet supporters. Musharraf notes that no one else in Bhutto's vehicle was hurt in the attack.

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