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Congressman Charles Rangel guilty of ethics violations

Congressman Charles Rangel guilty of ethics violations

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An eight-member House ethics committee has found Democratic Representative Charles Rangel of New York guilty on 11 counts of breaking House rules. The panel will make a recommendation to the House of Representatives on appropriate punishment for Mr Rangel following a hearing. The 80-year-old had been accused of 13 counts of... 

Austrian trial of Chechens on murder charges begins

Austrian trial of Chechens on murder charges begins

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The trial has begun in Austria of three Chechens accused of being linked to the killing of a former bodyguard of the Chechen president. The three men are charged with complicity to murder Umar Israilov in the Austrian capital, Vienna. Austrian police believe the Chechen leader, Ramzan Kadyrov, ordered Mr Israilov’s abduction... 

France accuses Iran of violence at Tehran embassy

France accuses Iran of violence at Tehran embassy

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France has accused Iranian security services of committing “unacceptable acts of violence” on French diplomatic personnel in the Iranian capital. The entry to the French embassy residence in Tehran was blocked by unidentified officials on Sunday, said the French foreign ministry. “[They] proceeded to arrest... 

Compensation to Guantanamo detainees ‘was necessary’

Compensation to Guantanamo detainees ‘was necessary’

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Justice Secretary Ken Clarke said the settlement was confidential – but necessary to avoid a legal battle which could have cost up to £50m. The men, 12 of whom had launched damages claims, allege that London knew or was complicit in their treatment in the wake of the 9/11 attacks. The heads of both MI5 and MI6, who were... 

BBC News – Compensation to Guantanamo detainees ‘was necessary’

BBC News – Compensation to Guantanamo detainees ‘was necessary’

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Justice Secretary Ken Clarke said the settlement was confidential – but necessary to avoid a legal battle which could have cost up to £50m. The men, 12 of whom had launched damages claims, allege that London knew or was complicit in their treatment in the wake of the 9/11 attacks. The heads of both MI5 and MI6, who were... 

Haiti officials say cholera deaths now above 1,000

Haiti officials say cholera deaths now above 1,000

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More than 1,000 people have died from cholera in Haiti, as the outbreak spreads there, health officials say. The Haitian health ministry said the number of people who had received hospital treatment for the disease had risen to nearly 16,800. Meanwhile, United Nations peacekeepers have stepped up security after violent protests... 

Bout extradition: Russia criticises US pressure

Bout extradition: Russia criticises US pressure

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Russia has described as a “blatant injustice” Thailand’s decision to extradite alleged Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout to the US to face charges of conspiring to sell weapons. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said it was the result of unprecedented American pressure on Thailand. Mr Bout was flown out... 

Eurozone must ‘resist alarmism’, Olli Rehn says

Eurozone must ‘resist alarmism’, Olli Rehn says

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The European Union’s economic affairs commissioner has said Europe must “resist alarmism” amid the latest fears over the Irish Republic’s debts. Speaking at the start of a meeting of eurozone ministers, Olli Rehn said he was “concerned” about public debate on the impact on the eurozone. The... 

Royal wedding: Prince William gives Kate Diana’s ring

Royal wedding: Prince William gives Kate Diana’s ring

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Prince William has spoken of his and fiancee Kate Middleton’s happiness, as the newly-engaged couple faced the cameras for the first time. The couple, both 28, will marry next spring or summer after he proposed while on holiday in Kenya in October. The prince said: “The timing is right now. We are both very, very... 

Benazir Bhutto was killed by the Taliban: Report

Benazir Bhutto was killed by the Taliban: Report

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Islamabad: Pakistan’s former prime minister Benazir Bhutto was assassinated by the Taliban, a report submitted in a terrorism court has said and added that there was no evidence of the involvement of the Musharraf government in the killing. The joint investigation team (JIT) of the Federal Investigation Agency submitted... 

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