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An American woman, residing in the United Kingdom, forced her 14-year-old adopted daughter, now a young adult, to become pregnant with donor sperm. The woman, already an adoptive mother of three children, longed for another baby which she could
Mr. Kenneth Krajewski like all of us, just wanted the American dream. He wanted to do what was right by his country, settle down, have a family, and watch his family grow until his little ones had little ones of themselves. Ken
The Oslo court today condemned the right-wing Anders Behring Breivik to the maximum penalty of 21 years imprisonment extendable to consider criminally responsible for the attacks in Norway last year, which killed 77 people.
In front of tens of thousands of cheering supporters, Egypt's first Islamist and civilian president-elect vowed Saturday that nobody can take away his authority and symbolically read an oath of office in Cairo's Tahrir Square on the eve of his
Ahmed Shafiq, Hosni Mubarak's last prime minister and loser of the presidential runoff, left Egypt Tuesday with most of his family for the United Arab Emirates hours after the prosecutor general opened an investigation into allegations he wasted
Story continues below Police spent years trying to track Mitchell down but were unable to find him. The case remained unsolved until Mitchell walked into a police station in Atherton, near Cairns, last year and gave himself up. Today in the NSW
Hosni Mubarak's sons were at his bedside on Monday after the former Egyptian president's heart briefly stopped beating, according to officials. A defibrillator had to be used on Mubarak twice as he lay in the Tora prison hospital in Cairo, they said.
Before his sentencing, Mr. Mubarak had been confined to hospitals but not jailed. Relocating Mr. Mubarak, 84, would stoke five days of street protests over the verdicts handed down against him and several top security officials last weekend in a
A court in Cairo sentenced Egypt's former president Hosni Mubarak to life imprisonment Saturday for his involvement in protestors' killings during last year's uprising, BBC reported. Mubarak is the
Salaseini Vosamana Thursday, May 31, 2012 A MAN who hacked to death a woman he was in a relationship with was jailed for 18 years yesterday. Lepani Temo was found guilty of murdering Susana Niubalavu on the island of Taveuni last year by Justice Paul