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July 03, 2007

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Jul 03,2007
The Crook County Sheriff’s Office announced today the arrest of a 16-year-old boy who is accused of raping and sodomizing a girl under the age of 12. According to Detective Sergeant Travis Jurgens, the boy was taken into custody on Sunday night shortly after 10:30 p.m. following an investigation into allegations that he assaulted a Prineville girl. Although few details were released concerning the ongoing investigation due to confidentiality concerning juveniles and victims, the sergeant ... [full story]
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Jul 03,2007
A fire that investigators believe began when a 16-year-old Prineville juvenile was lighting fireworks from atop the Ochoco Viewpoint west of Prineville on Saturday spread to one-acre before it was contained. Emergency personnel from Crook County Fire and Rescue and the sheriff’s office could see the fire from as far away as Prineville when they responded to the area off Highway 126 about 9:40 p.m., June 30, Sgt. Russ Wright reported. Apparently the teen was lighting fireworks ... [full story]
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Jul 03,2007
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public’s help in locating a 12-year-old Garden Home boy, missing since early Monday morning.   Jesse BarrThe boy’s father said Jesse Michael Barr left his home with his skateboard and backpack.  According to a news release, the child was wearing a blue hoody and black Vans skate sneakers.  He is described as 5-foot 5-inches tall weighing 100 pounds, and has brown hair and brown eyes. Anyone who has ... [full story]
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Jul 03,2007
WASHINGTON - A federal judge in Washington Monday sentenced a top female leader of a Colombian rebel group to nearly 17 years in prison for cocaine trafficking. Nayibe Rojas Valderrama, also known as "Sonia," was handed a 200-month sentence by U.S. District Judge James Robertson, the U.S. Attorney's office said in a news release. Robertson also sentenced co-defendants Jose Antonio Celis, a k a "Calvo," and Juan Diego Giraldo, a k a "Flaco," to 175 ... [full story]
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Jul 03,2007
NEOLA, Utah - A wildfire in northeastern Utah, fueled by hot, dry weather and gusty winds, was only 10 percent contained Tuesday after burning about 35,000 acres. Regardless, speaking in the town of Neola, Dave Carter, an operations field chief for the Rocky Mountain Incident Management Team said crews have been successful in protecting many homes, power lines, water and power plants and other structures, the Salt Lake (Utah) Tribune reported Tuesday. Marc Mullenix, an ... [full story]
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Jul 03,2007
BAGHDAD - A third U.S. soldier from Alaska has been charged in the deaths of three Iraqi civilians and trying to cover it up, the military announced in Baghdad. A statement said the killings happened between April and June near Iskandariya, south of Baghdad. The soldiers have been detained and are awaiting trial, the military said. Sgt. Evan Vela of the First Battalion, 501st Infantry, of the 25th Infantry Division, based at Fort Richardson, Alaska, ... [full story]
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Jul 03,2007
PARIS - French investigators said the eldest son of the president of Chad was killed with a fire extinguisher in his suburban Paris apartment house. The body of Brahim Deby, the 27-year-old son of Idriss Deby, was discovered in a stairway leading to an underground parking lot, The Times of London reported Tuesday. An autopsy revealed he had died of asphyxiation, most likely from white powder sprayed from a fire extinguisher that was found near ... [full story]
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Jul 03,2007
ROME - International talks on bolstering Afghanistan's troubled justice system Tuesday entered their second and final day in Rome. Afghan President Hamid Karzai, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, NATO chief Jaap de Hoop Scheffer and representatives of 23 other countries or organizations launched the talks Monday on reforming the judiciary in the war-torn country, Italy's ANSA news agency reported. The conference began with Italian Foreign Undersecretary Gianni Vernetti announcing Italy would donate $13.5 million to Afghanistan ... [full story]
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Jul 03,2007
LONDON - One of the terminals at London's Heathrow Airport was evacuated Tuesday because of a suspicious package as the country is in "critical" security status. Thousands of passengers were ordered out of Terminal 4 and all roads to it were sealed, The Telegraph reported. The terminal is used by KLM, British Airways, Qantas Airways and Sri Lankan Air. The evacuation created numerous flight delays, the report said. Earlier Tuesday, an eighth man suspected of ... [full story]
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Jul 03,2007
WASHINGTON - U.S. President George Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a statement Tuesday in Washington agreeing to increased cooperation on nuclear issues. A White House statement said the two leaders had agreed "to initiate a new format for enhanced cooperation" that would strengthen the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons. Among the topics the leaders initialed was to ensure the International Atomic Energy Agency has the resources it needs to meet its ... [full story]
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