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Prosecutors seek death for U.S. soldier charged in Afghan rampage

TACOMA, Washington (Reuters) - Military prosecutors said on Monday they would seek the death penalty for a U.S. soldier accused of killing 16 Afghan villagers when he ventured out of his camp on two drunken forays earlier this year.


Metro Watch

A temporary road closure along Jalan Kuching and Jalan Duta will be implemented by DBKL to facilitate construction of three-tier extruded kerbs.


U.S. soldier charged with murdering 16 Afghans appears in court

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Merkel urges German churches to agree on Luther fest

PARIS (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Germany's Protestant and Roman Catholic churches on Monday to stress their common beliefs at ceremonies marking the 500th anniversary of the start of the Protestant Reformation.


Born too soon

World Prematurity Day falls on Nov 17, and this is an opportune time to heighten awareness of the dangers associated with preterm birth.

Two Fit

Walk off the weight

There is no simpler, cheaper exercise for better health than walking. You can do it forward, backward or sideways.


Beloved and treasured

One reader recalls with fondness the family car – a first generation Proton Saga – that faithfully served his family for many years.


New Yorkers run on empty in petrol crisis

NEW YORK: Trucks with free petrol were finally meant to bring relief to desperate New Yorkers on Saturday, but at one emergency station besieged by motorists the promised fuel never even came.


U.S. soldier accused of Afghan rampage faces evidence hearing

SEATTLE (Reuters) - A U.S. Army soldier accused of gunning down 16 Afghan villagers in a drunken rampage will face the military version of a preliminary hearing on Monday to determine if there is sufficient evidence to send him to a court martial.


U.S. disaster relief in a race against cold snap

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Fuel supplies headed toward the U.S. Northeast on Saturday and a million customers regained electricity ahead of a coming cold snap that threatened to add to the misery of coastal communities devastated by superstorm Sandy.