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Video of U.S. friendly fire unleashes storm in UK

LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. and British officials denied trying to bury details of a

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British paper reveals video of U.S. "friendly fire"

LONDON (Reuters) - A British newspaper published transcripts on Tuesday of a cockpit video recording from a U.S. jet at the centre of an inquest into

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British paper reveals video of U.S. "friendly fire"

LONDON (Reuters) - A British newspaper published transcripts on Tuesday of a cockpit video recording from a U.S. jet at the centre of an inquest into

Nation

Rape suspect found dead in Tenom police lock-up

A 41-year-old rubber tapper who had been held at the police lock-up here for alleged rape was found dead in his cell.

World

British troops may leave Iraq within year - Iraq

LONDON (Reuters) - British troops could withdraw from Iraq within a year provided Iraq's own armed forces are reformed, Iraqi Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi said on Monday.

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No jury for Princess Diana inquest, judge decides

Britain's former top woman judge Elizabeth Butler-Sloss, who came out of retirement specially to oversee the sensitive inquiry, has decided instead to handle the case on her own.

Nation

High Court deletes part of coroner’s verdict

The High Court has deleted the part of the coroner's verdict that found former Sabah minister Datuk Conrad Mojuntin liable for culpable homicide.

Nation

Part of verdict deleted

The High Court has deleted the part of the coroner's verdict that found former Sabah minister Datuk Conrad Mojuntin liable for culpable homicide.

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Coroner's decision overturned

A Coroner's decision that former Sabah minister Datuk Conrad Mojuntin was liable for culpable homicide has been overturned.

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Britain reopens formal inquest on Diana death

LONDON (Reuters) - The judge overseeing official inquiries into the deaths of Princess Diana and her lover Dodi al Fayed in 1997 ruled on Monday that royal officials would not sit on any jury considering how they died.