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  1. Ex-Justice Of The Peace Found Guilty In Texas Revenge Killing

    Eric Williams, a disbarred former justice of the peace, was found guilty of killing a DA's wife. He's also charged with the shooting deaths of the DA himself, and a prosecutor.
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  2. Tajik Opposition Leader Shot Dead In Istanbul

    Umarali Kuvatov, who was a harsh critic of Tajik President Emomali Rahmon, was shot on a street in the city in Turkey, where he had been living in exile.
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  3. Kim Fowley, producer and rock Svengali, dies

    Checkered barely begins to describe Fowley's long, crazy career in music. He was the infamous first manager and producer of the all-girl band The Runaways.
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  4. With Japan In Recession, Prime Minister Calls For Snap Elections

    Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called for an election two years ahead of schedule, and he also delayed an increase in sales tax.
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  5. In Speech To Congress, Netanyahu Blasts 'A Very Bad Deal' With Iran

    The Israeli premier's remarks are the culmination of a controversy that began in January when he was invited — without input from the White House — to make the speech.
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  6. Top upcoming events for Denver's Month of Photography

    Highlights of Denver's biennial celebration of fine art photography.
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  7. Doctors Make House Calls On Tablets Carried By Houston Firefighters

    Most calls to the Houston Fire Department are for health problems, not fires. All those medical calls strain the 911 system and make a career in firefighting seem more like a career in health care.
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  8. Is 'Womenomics' The Answer To Japan's Economic Woes?

    The government has set up a female lumberjacks program, part of a wider effort to fuel growth after long-term stagnation. But critics say it does little to tackle fundamental problems.
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  9. EU Court Orders France To Compensate Somali Pirates

    The European Court of Human Rights ruled that pirates, who hijacked two French vessels, should get up to 7,000 euros each because of a delay in producing them before a judge.
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  10. Georgia Woman Gets $100K Over Her Arrest For Cursing At Police

    After seeing "yet another African American stopped for doing nothing other than being outside while black," Atlanta-area resident Amy Barnes says, she yelled profanities at police officers.
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