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Haditha outraged as Marine avoids jail in massacre

Haditha, Iraq — In this town which saw 24 unarmed civilians die in a U.S. raid seven years ago, residents expressed disbelief and sadness that the Marine sergeant who told his troops to “shoot first, ask questions later” reached a deal with prosecutors to avoid jail time. They were outraged both at the American military justice system and at the ...

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Ed Miliband accuses Government of ‘total arrogance’

The Office for National Statistics estimated a 0.2% contraction between October and December, figures the Prime Minister said were "disappointing" but not unexpected. Mr Cameron said they reflected the "overhang" of the debt and deficit, squeezed household incomes and the eurozone crisis. At Prime Minister’s Question Time in the Commons Mr Cameron said: "This is the year we have to ...

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Ed Miliband accuses Government of ‘total arrogance’

The Office for National Statistics estimated a 0.2% contraction between October and December, figures the Prime Minister said were "disappointing" but not unexpected. Mr Cameron said they reflected the "overhang" of the debt and deficit, squeezed household incomes and the eurozone crisis. At Prime Minister’s Question Time in the Commons Mr Cameron said: "This is the year we have to ...

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Ed Miliband accuses Government of ‘total arrogance’

The Office for National Statistics estimated a 0.2% contraction between October and December, figures the Prime Minister said were "disappointing" but not unexpected. Mr Cameron said they reflected the "overhang" of the debt and deficit, squeezed household incomes and the eurozone crisis. At Prime Minister’s Question Time in the Commons Mr Cameron said: "This is the year we have to ...

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Ed Miliband accuses Government of ‘total arrogance’

The Office for National Statistics estimated a 0.2% contraction between October and December, figures the Prime Minister said were "disappointing" but not unexpected. Mr Cameron said they reflected the "overhang" of the debt and deficit, squeezed household incomes and the eurozone crisis. At Prime Minister’s Question Time in the Commons Mr Cameron said: "This is the year we have to ...

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Polish protests push back over anti-piracy pact

Thousands of young Poles hit city streets across the country in a mounting wave of off-and-online protest against a government decision to sign an international anti-online piracy accord. The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), which Poland’s centrist Prime Minister Donald Tusk has vowed to endorse, aims to create international standards for intellectual property protection. However, internet groups including global hacker collective ...

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Polish protests push back over anti-piracy pact

Thousands of young Poles hit city streets across the country in a mounting wave of off-and-online protest against a government decision to sign an international anti-online piracy accord. The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), which Poland’s centrist Prime Minister Donald Tusk has vowed to endorse, aims to create international standards for intellectual property protection. However, internet groups including global hacker collective ...

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Polish protests push back over anti-piracy pact

Thousands of young Poles hit city streets across the country in a mounting wave of off-and-online protest against a government decision to sign an international anti-online piracy accord. The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), which Poland’s centrist Prime Minister Donald Tusk has vowed to endorse, aims to create international standards for intellectual property protection. However, internet groups including global hacker collective ...

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Polish protests push back over anti-piracy pact

Thousands of young Poles hit city streets across the country in a mounting wave of off-and-online protest against a government decision to sign an international anti-online piracy accord. The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), which Poland’s centrist Prime Minister Donald Tusk has vowed to endorse, aims to create international standards for intellectual property protection. However, internet groups including global hacker collective ...

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UN stops counting Syrian dead

THE United Nations has stopped compiling a death toll for Syria's crackdown on protests because it is too difficult to get information, UN human rights chief Navi Pillay said. Pillay gave a toll of more than 5000 dead when she spoke to the…

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