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Cancer Patients Try Untested Drugs In Britain

Posted: 04/17/2008 - When Jill Bracey Cowley was diagnosed with bone marrow cancer eight years ago, doctors told her she had two years to live. So she decided to take a gamble and try new drugs that hadn't yet been approved.

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Romanian Fined For Allegedly Making 6,442 Profane Calls

Posted: 04/17/2008 - A Romanian man has been fined for making 6,442 profane phone calls to an emergency number, police said Thursday. The 24-year-old man, who lives in a village in southern Romania, was identified in February and fined $223 in April after a checkup showed he was mentally sound, said Daniela Salaoru, police spokeswoman for Ialomita county police.

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Carter Meets Hamas Delegation In Cairo

Posted: 04/17/2008 - Former President Carter met a Hamas delegation from Gaza Thursday, part of a series of talks with the Islamic militant group that has drawn sharp criticism from U.S. and Israeli officials.

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Britain's Brown calls for action on global economy

Updated: 05/12/2008 - British Prime Minister Gordon Brown called Wednesday for international action to stabilize the global economy and predicted closer relations between the United States and Europe as divisions over the Iraq war come to an end.

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A Dying Breed: Marsh Tackies

Posted: 04/17/2008 - Horses prized for their stamina, docility and adaptability gets attention from S.C. breeders.

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Congress Acts To Boost Student Lending

Posted: 04/17/2008 - The House on Thursday backed a measure aimed at ensuring that students get college loans amid the turmoil in the credit markets.

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Ricin suspect arrested after release from Vegas hospital

Updated: 05/12/2008 - A man who sparked a panic when ricin was allegedly found in his motel room has been charged with possession of a deadly toxin - part of what authorities said was a vague plot to poison his enemies.

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China seals gateway into Tibet, stops refugee flow out

Updated: 05/12/2008 - After anti-government riots erupted March 14, Beijing closed off Tibet to foreign and domestic tourists and cracked down on Tibetans trying to escape. And China's security apparatus doesn't stop at the borde

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