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Americans Held in Egypt May Be Freed: What Happens Next?

The lifting of a travel ban on seven Americans in Egypt eases some of the nascent tension between Cairo and the Washington D.C. This has been the worst diplomatic crisis between the two nations in three decades, aggravated by a recent context of unease in diplomatic relations between Egypt and the West.

Ohio School Shooting 2012: T.J. Lane's Father Guilty Of Horrific Domestic Violence

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Geauga County court records show that Lane's father, Thomas Lane Jr., has been arrested multiple times for increasingly violent crimes against women, and may have been abusive towards T.J. as well. Family lawyer Bob Farinacc, meanwhile, described the Chardon High School shooting suspect as very, very scared and extremely remorseful, saying his client was as stunned by his actions as those who witnessed them were.
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Spanish Treasure Lands after 200 Years

Coins worth nearly half a billion dollars finally arrived in Spain on Saturday after lying in a sunken warship for more than 200 years and following a five-year legal battle between the Spanish government and a salvage company.
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U.S. Democracy Activists' Trial Set to Begin in Egypt Sunday

Dozens of democracy activists -- 16 Americans among them -- go on trial in Egypt Sunday in a politically charged case that has led to a crisis in relations between Cairo and Washington while threatening $1.3 billion in annual U.S. military aid to the North African nation.
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Bribery Trial of Italy's Silvio Berlusconi Conducted All for Naught?

Italian judges on Saturday concluded former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's trial on charges of bribing British lawyer David Mills, saying the statute of limitations had run out and a verdict could not be reached. The case surrounding Mills was one of the most prominent of the scandals centered on Berlusconi.

Rojas Guilty of Assault in NYC Subway

Following accusations of pushing a stranger into an oncoming subway train, Jose Rojas was convicted Friday of assault but acquitted of attempted murder.

Apple iPad Gets Green Light in China

A Shanghai court Thursday rejected a struggling Chinese company's request to bar Apple Inc. from selling its popular iPad computer tablet in China over a trademark dispute.
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A Shanghai court has rejected a request in a trademark case to stop Apple selling its iPad tablet computers in the city, averting an embarrassing suspension of iPad sales in its own flagship stores.
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Saif Ali Khan Arrest: A Flashback by Both Sides

One of the top paid actors of Bollywood and a role model to millions, Saif Ali Khan might have got himself into a big mess. Mumbai police Wednesday registered a case against the actor under section 325 of the IPC for allegedly assaulting a patron of the Taj Mahal Hotel in south Mumbai.
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George Huguely Murder Trial: What is the Verdict?

After nine hours of deliberation, the jury finally revealed the verdict for George Huguely, the University of Virginia lacrosse player accused of killing his ex-girlfriend, Yeardley Love. The 24-year-old was found to be guilty of second-degree murder and grand larceny.


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