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Philanthropist Lilly dead at age 94

Indianapolis philanthropist Ruth Lilly, known for generous contributions to various causes, died at the age of 94, a family spokesman said Thursday.

Protesters target Gaza economic blockade

Protesters lined both sides of the Israeli-Gaza border Thursday, voicing opposition to the economic blockade of the Gaza Strip.

Civilian airplane forced to land in Fla.

A Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman said a civilian aircraft was forced to land in Florida because the pilot was flying without clearance.

California eyeing sobriety checkpoints

Police in 150 California cities will begin using sobriety checkpoints in 2010 as part of an attempt to clamp down on drunken driving, state officials say.

New charges against high school official

Police in Brownsville, Texas, say an assistant principal at a local high school is charged with soliciting sex from six female students.

Man delivered live grenade to police

A man brought three grenades, one live, to a San Antonio police station and asked officers to dispose of them, authorities say.

Man kills daughter, woman before suicide

A man shot and killed his 4-year-old daughter and her mother at a home in Hampshire County, England, before turning the gun on himself, authorities say.

Police say Finland gunman killed 5, self

Police report six people, including the suspected gunman, died in a shooting spree Thursday that included apartments and a shopping center in Espoo, Finland.

Foreign nationals killed in Pakistani raid

Pakistani forces raided a private hospital in volatile South Waziristan on Thursday, killing four and arresting more than two dozen suspected militants.

Petraeus suspects Moore was held in Iran

U.S. Gen. David Petraeus says he suspects five British nationals, including freed hostage Peter Moore, were held in Iran, not Iraq where they were abducted.

AQAP could exploit U.S. action in Yemen

The U.S. military should use caution in Yemen or risk creating a recruitment opportunity for al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, analysts said.

Officials: Five killed in Pakistan raid

Two Pakistani intelligence officials said Thursday five people were killed in Wana, Pakistan, when security forces raided a hospital in search of militants.

Anbar gov. loses hand from attack

Doctors removed the left hand of the governor of Iraq's Anbar province because of injuries sustained in twin suicide attacks in Ramadi.
Blue fireworks usher in Aussie New Year's

Blue fireworks usher in Aussie New Year's

Bright blue fireworks lit up the Australia skies around Sydney Harbor Friday to usher in the hopeful new decade with the theme "Awaken the Spirit."
French high court axes carbon tax law

French high court axes carbon tax law

France's highest court struck down President Nicolas Sarkozy's hoped-for carbon tax, saying it was counterproductive in fighting climate change.

Bomb parts found near N. Ireland border

Tests were being conducted on bomb parts discovered inside a van parked under a bridge near Northern Ireland's border with Ireland, police said Thursday.

Lawsuit filed over deadly Illinois crash

The wife of a man killed in a March car crash says authorities in Kane County, Ill., should have detained the other driver in the crash prior to the incident.

Carbon monoxide kills 3 in Quebec home

Canadian police in the western Quebec region of Gatineau said Thursday a man, his wife and daughter died of carbon monoxide poisoning in their home.

S.D. woman accused of attacking parents

Police in Rapid City, S.D., say they are searching for a 22-year-old woman suspected of stabbing her father and shooting her mother in separate incidents.

Fight disrupts Air Canada flight

A Toronto man was in custody in Montreal Thursday after causing an Air Canada flight to Germany to make an unscheduled landing because of a fight.

Snow, ice expected in Northeastern U.S.

Parts of the Northeastern United States will face snow and ice this weekend as a band of cold weather is moving into the region, meteorologists said Thursday.
New York DA Morgenthau retiring at 90

New York DA Morgenthau retiring at 90

Robert M. Morgenthau, his ninth and last term concluding, turned his attention to Friday and his retirement as New York County district attorney at 90.

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Source: Kazakhstan bodies returning home

A source at the Kazakhstan embassy in Thailand says the bodies of two Kazakh journalists were scheduled to be transported home.

Body scans for all U.S.-bound passengers

Schiphol airport is to introduce full body scans for all passengers traveling to the United States within three weeks, the Dutch home affairs minister said.
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