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by Anonymous on Wednesday Dec 30 2009

A man from London, England has been sentenced to three years in prison after killing his wife by hitting her in the head with a television remote control. The trial was held in the Old Bailey, a famous court in London.

by Anonymous on Monday Nov 02 2009

Photo by Kyra Hoggan: Harper's visit to Castlegar, with local Conservative MP hopeful Rob Zandee at podium in background

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper caused controversy last week after telling Toronto business leaders that he prefers to watch American news programmes instead of Canadian.

by Anonymous on Wednesday Oct 28 2009

Scientology was convicted of organized fraud in France, in a ruling issued on Tuesday by a court in Paris. According to French law the Scientology organization is regarded as a sect in the country, and not a religion. The organization is heavily monitored by the government of Germany, and has been prosecuted in multiple other countries as well.

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Ed Note: the following is a press release issue by Alex Atamanenko (pictured left).

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Ed Note: the following is a press release issue by Alex Atamanenko (pictured left).

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Ed Note: the following is a press release issue by Alex Atamanenko (pictured left).

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Ed Note: the following is a press release issue by Alex Atamanenko (pictured left).

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Ed Note: the following is a press release issue by Alex Atamanenko (pictured left).

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Ed Note: the following is a press release issue by Alex Atamanenko (pictured left).

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Ed Note: the following is a press release issue by Alex Atamanenko (pictured left).

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