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Lawyer: Hosni Mubarak fears prison doctors want him dead


Hosni Mubarak's condition stabilised on Tuesday but his lawyer said the 84-year old former president does not trust his doctors in the prison hospital and fears they are out to kill him.

There have

Family of French gunman sue over his death


The family of a French gunman who targeted a Jewish school and was later shot dead by police filed a lawsuit on Monday suggesting he was effectively murdered.

Prosecutors say Mohamed Merah was a rad

Euro 2012: Racist abuse, far-right flags at Russia match


Racist abuse by Russian fans toward a Czech Republic player at a European Championship match was reported to UEFA on Saturday.

Expert spotters from the Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) networ

Cost to lunch with Warren Buffett: USD 3.5 million


The cost to dine with investor Warren Buffett has apparently spiked in value, with one deep-pocketed bidder forking over nearly USD 3.5 million during a charity auction.

The annual auction for a pri

Turkish women protest plans to curb abortion


Thousands of demonstrators on Sunday staged the largest protest yet against plans by Turkey's Islamic-rooted government to curb abortion, which critics say will amount to a virtual ban.

Around 3,000

Man breaks into Kansas TV station, stabs 2 workers

A man wielding a knife broke into a Kansas television station on Wednesday and stabbed two sales employees.

WIBW-TV in Topeka reported the man eventually was tackled and held down by several employe

Auction claims it's selling vial with Ronald Reagan blood


A Channel Islands auction house says it's selling a vial that allegedly contains blood residue from Ronald Reagan a move denounced on Tuesday by the late US president's foundation.

The vial being au

Man survives plunge over Niagara Falls


A man survived a plunge of at least 180 feet (55 metres) over Niagara Falls in an apparent suicide attempt, only the third person known to have lived after going over the falls without a safety device

Bush set to return to White House to unveil portrait

Former US President George W. Bush and his wife Laura will make a trip back to the White House later this month for the unveiling of their official portraits.

The former president and first lady will

Attacker in Afghan uniform kills US service member

A man wearing an Afghan army uniform shot dead a US service member in the east of the country, one of two NATO troops killed today, military officials said.

The Taliban took credit for the attack.

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