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July 10, 2007


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Jul 10,2007
A 29-year old Sisters woman was arrested for suspicion of drunk driving and assault following an early morning accident in southwest Redmond when she rolled her pickup and crashed, deputies reported. According to Deschutes County Sheriff’s Sergeant Chad Davis, deputies responded to the intersection of Highway 126 at SW Helmholtz Way in Redmond about 12:15 a.m., July 10 to a reported motor vehicle crash. Upon arrival, they found the driver, Shasta Lee Obersinner, and passenger ... [full story]
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Jul 10,2007
Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers, Deschutes County (DCSO) deputies, and Bend Police officers were kept busy Sunday evening responding to several reports of motor vehicle crashes and intoxicated drivers.   The driver alleged to have caused the above accident on Gift Road was arrested for DUII - OSP photo    A Bend motorcyclist was seriously injured when he was unable to avoid a buck deer that ran out in front of him at Highway 97 and Baker Road ... [full story]
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Jul 10,2007
A 75-year old Banks, Oregon man died Sunday evening from injuries he sustained earlier in the day when his motorcycle collided with an SUV he attempted to pass as the driver was making a left turn, Oregon State Police (OSP) reported.   A 75-year old Banks man riding a Harley Davidson motorcycle (inset) died Sunday following an accident when he crashed into an SUV he attempted to pass while the driver turned left - OSP photo Preliminary investigation indicates that Cornelius ... [full story]
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Jul 10,2007
WASHINGTON - U.S. economists are concerned the country's economy will be stressed by mass retirements of baby boomers in coming years. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has already said average growth has already fallen to between 2.5 percent and 3 percent annually, down from the late 1990s, when 4 percent annual growth was the norm, The Washington Times reported Tuesday. Harry Dent Jr., president of the H.S. Dent Foundation, an investment research group, told the ... [full story]
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Jul 10,2007
JERUSALEM -- The Jewish people facing a "gathering storm" of hatred unparalleled since the Nazis rose to power, former Canadian Justice Minister Irwin Cotler said Tuesday. The "gathering storm" comes from threats posed by a genocidal Iran, Hezbollah, al-Qaida and Hamas, Cotler told a conference on the future of the Jewish people. Jewish representatives from around the world attended the conference in Jerusalem to discuss strategies for ensuring Jewish continuity, Ynetnews.com reported. Cotler described the ... [full story]
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Jul 10,2007
SIDMOUTH, England -- The container ship MSC Napoli was pulled back to sea Monday after being grounded off the British coast for six months. The ship floated free a mile from Sidmouth once huge pumps finished removing 58,000 tons of water that filled the holds, Britain's Sky News reported. The damage to the Napoli will be checked out by a team of 20 divers. The crew members of the vessel were airlifted to safety after ... [full story]
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Jul 10,2007
ATLANTA - A new government study released in Atlanta reveals antidepressants are the most commonly prescribed drugs in the United States. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention took 2.4 billion drug prescriptions into account and found 118 million were for antidepressants, CNN reported Monday. "Depression is a major public health issue," said Dr. Kelly Posner, an assistant professor at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York City. "The fact that ... [full story]
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Jul 10,2007
BOGOTA -- A senior leader of Colombia's largest leftist rebel group was convicted Monday in the United States of plotting the kidnapping of three Americans. Ricardo Palmera, also known as Simon Trinidad, was found guilty of orchestrating the capture of three U.S. defense contractors after they crashed in the Colombian jungle in 2003, El Tiempo reported online. The jury also was deliberating on terror charges against Palmera. Palmera is the most senior official of the ... [full story]
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Jul 10,2007
BOGOTA -- Colombian rebels said Monday they would turn over the bodies of 11 lawmakers allegedly killed by crossfire between rebels and military troops. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, said the state lawmakers were killed in June during a military raid on the camp where they were being held, a notion the government denied, El Tiempo newspaper reported online. FARC has been fighting the Colombian government for four decades and is considered ... [full story]
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Jul 10,2007
WASHINGTON - FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III said Monday the U.S. law enforcement agency has tried to address concerns regarding its anti-terror investigatory tactics. Mueller met with representatives of privacy and civil liberties groups to further discuss the FBI's use of so-called National Security Letters while it also strengthens internal controls designed to protect privacy and civil liberties. "These are complex issues, and it's important that we have an open and ongoing dialogue," Mueller ... [full story]
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