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Jul 31,2007
A 24-year old Prineville man was arrested Monday and is accused of sexually abusing two children, a boy and girl both under the age of ten, police reported.   Danny Blaine Baker - CCJ photo Danny Blaine Baker of 15855 Pecos was interviewed by Prineville Police detectives following an investigation, and on July 30 was placed in custody, Chief Eric Bush said. Baker was lodged in the Crook County Jail with bail set at $200,000, and is charged with two ... [full story]
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Jul 31,2007
Matt Roloff, star of the hit TV series “Little People, Big World”, was arrested last month for driving under the influence of intoxicants (DUII), deputies reported today.   Matt Roloff - WCSO photo According to a news release issued by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office in Oregon, Roloff, 45, was observed by a deputy traveling west on NW West Union Road near NW Cornelius Pass Road in an unincorporated area of Washington County about midnight on June 19 ... [full story]
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Jul 31,2007
WASHINGTON -- U.S. officials are to consider Russian alternatives to building a missile defense shield in Poland and the Czech Republic, it was reported. Russian ministers and their U.S. counterparts were to meet Monday in Washington in the first of several meetings planned to discuss Russian opposition to a European missile shield, RIA Novosti reported. Russia, which considers the shield a threat to its security, wants the United States to scrap its plan in favor ... [full story]
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Jul 31,2007
ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast -- Opposing leaders in the Ivory Coast met ceremonially to signal a new era of peace despite reoccurring violence in the African nation, it was reported Monday. President Laurent Gbagbo and Prime Minister Guillaume Soro burned a small pile of weapons to symbolize the end to an uprising which split the country in 2002, the BBC reported. "By setting fire to these guns, which were the seeds of destruction, we are marking ... [full story]
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Jul 31,2007
WARSAW, Poland -- A large Gypsy caravan left the southeastern Polish town of Tarnow on a tour of execution sites to commemorate victims killed by the Nazis during World War II. Traveling in traditional carts, the Gypsy journey to pay respects to genocide victims is seen by organizers also as a festival of dance and music promoting Romany culture, Polish Radio reported Monday. The Gypsy memory camp began touring Poland in 1996 when the Tarnow ... [full story]
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Jul 31,2007
RICHMOND, Va. -- The first man to translate the New Testament into Lungga will also be the first South Pacific consultant for the United Bible Society. Alpheaus Zobule, who is studying for a doctorate in theology, was the first man to translate the bible into his native language, Lungga, as well as the first to create a writing system for the language, Virginia's Richmond Times reported Monday. It took Zobule five years to translate the ... [full story]
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Jul 31,2007
FREE TOWN, Kenya -- St. Emmanuel's Church in Free Town, Kenya, one of Kenya's oldest churches, has been shut down in a bid for leadership. Descendants of the freed slaves who built the church in 1889 padlocked the doors of the Anglican Church on Sunday, claiming to have been removed from the church's 12-member council, the Daily Nation reported Monday. Joash Mcharo, one of the founder's descendants, said that five years ago management problems began ... [full story]
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Jul 31,2007
OCEAN CITY, Md. -- Police searching the home of an Ocean City, Md., woman charged with killing her unborn child have found the remains of three more infants. Christy Freeman, 37, was arrested by Ocean City Police after a dead infant wrapped in a blanket was found at her home Thursday and was charged with first-degree murder, second-degree murder and manslaughter, the Delmarva Daily Times reported Monday. The FBI's evidence team assisted in the search ... [full story]
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Jul 31,2007
WASHINGTON -- U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts was hospitalized Monday after a seizure caused him to fall at his Maine vacation home, a court spokeswoman said. Roberts, 52, who was confirmed chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court in September 2005, remained conscious after tumbling on a dock at his seashore summer home at Port Clyde on Maine's Hupper Island, Supreme Court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg told CNN. Roberts, the youngest of the court's nine justices ... [full story]
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Jul 31,2007
MOGADISHU, Somalia -- Three police officers and at least one other person were wounded in a gun and grenade attack Monday in a market in Mogadishu, Somalia. Two gunmen armed with pistols and grenades reportedly inflicted the damage, according to witnesses, and then walked away, the Shabelle Media Network reported. One restaurant owner said the whole market was shut down around where the blast went off, adding that government troops sealed off the area and ... [full story]
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