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Saudi investigation: Would-be assassin hid bomb in underwear
The would-be assassin of Saudi Arabia’s Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, head of Saudi Arabia’s counterterrorism efforts, hid his bomb in his underwear, apparently believing that cultural taboos would prevent a search in that part of his body, according to a Saudi government official close to the investigation.
Environmentalists hope UN talks tough on climate change
Ex-Rep. Jefferson convicted of corruption
How gunshot survivor became first to receive face transplant
Doctors chose a woman who survived a shotgun wound to her face as the first recipient of a face transplant after treating her for nearly four years. Connie Culp knew of the Cleveland Clinic’s interest in face transplants and approached the medical staff, doctors said at a news conference Tuesday. Dr.
Airstrikes target Taliban inside Pakistan
Pakistan cracked down on Taliban militants within its borders Tuesday, carrying out airstrikes in its northwestern region, a Pakistani military spokesman said. The appeal by Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi at the Criminal Appeal Court in Edinburgh is expected to last four weeks, a court spokeswoman said. Megrahi was convicted of the Lockerbie bombing in January 2001, but he maintains his innocence and fought for the right to appeal
Lockerbie bomber appeals conviction
Pilot ‘screamed in horror’ after seeing jet slam into house
A pilot who parachuted from his disabled Marine Corps jet last year said he was horrified to see it smash into a California home, newly released documents say. Marine Corps Lt. Dan Neubauer’s statements, describing the December crash that killed four family members in a San Diego home, were released Tuesday by military officials