10 of 42 child soldiers released in Myanmar reported conditions

NAYPYIDAW, Myanmar, July 11 (UPI) -- Ten of the 42 child soldiers released Sunday by the Myanmar armed forces reported their circumstances to the International Labor Organization, the group said.

'Jigsaw killer' eyed in other deaths

LONDON, Feb. 2 (UPI) -- A British man dubbed the jigsaw killer will be questioned about the disappearances of more bodies, London police say.

Life sentence for dismemberment murder

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One defendant admits 'jigsaw man' killing

ST. ALBANS, England, Jan. 29 (UPI) -- A personal trainer admitted Friday he killed a kitchen equipment salesman whose dismembered body was dumped across two English counties.

Man admits cutting up body, denies killing

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Actress Rosario Dawson arrested at protest

NEW YORK, Aug. 30 (UPI) -- Actress Rosario Dawson was arrested while filming a movie against the backdrop of New York's huge anti-Bush protests because a scarf hid her identity.

Stephen Marshall is a writer, film director, and internet entrepreneur from Canada. His work has been wide ranging, including music videos, short format work, feature length documentary, and political criticism. He is the nephew of singer and poet Ian Stephens who died of AIDS related causes in 1996.

In 1995, Marshall founded Channel Zero, the world's first global VHS newsmagazine. The program was critically acclaimed and distributed through Tower Records, HMV and Virgin Megastores. After founding the program, Marshall consulted CNN Chairman Tom Johnson on the creation of a youth-based global news network.

In 2000, Marshall co-founded the Guerrilla News Network, Inc. (GNN), a news web site and production company that seeks to "expose people to important global issues through cross-platform guerrilla programming." GNN produces original articles and republishes commentary and news from a number of sources. GNN also hosts blogs and discussion forums for registered users and produces feature documentaries, books and music videos.

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