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Aug 08,2007
MOSCOW -- Russian attempts to fight a growing illegal caviar trade were bolstered this week when Moscow police seized more than $2 million of counterfeit black caviar. Yevgeny Shkolov of the Russian Interior Ministry's economic security department said Tuesday Moscow police had seized nearly 590 pounds of counterfeit black caviar from a supermarket chain, Itar-Tass reported. "Police seized 268 kilograms (589.6 pounds) of black caviar to be destroyed," the department head said. Shkolov added the ... [full story]
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Aug 08,2007
LONDON -- The British couple whose daughter vanished while they were on vacation in Portugal say 4-year-old Madeleine McCann is still alive. Kate and Gerry McCann, in an interview with Sky News, said police in Portugal have told them they do not think Madeleine is dead. "Last week when we met with the police they said, 'We are looking for a living child,' " Kate McCann said. The McCann's statement came amid reports in Portuguese ... [full story]
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Aug 08,2007
MINNEAPOLIS -- In the wake of the collapse of a highway bridge in Minneapolis, politicians across the country are rethinking transportation spending. In Minnesota, Gov. Tim Pawlenty may have changed his mind about an increase in the state gas tax, The New York Times reported. The Republican governor has vetoed two proposed hikes. A spokesman, Brian McClung, said that Pawlenty is now "open" to a tax increase. "He believes we need to do everything we ... [full story]
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Aug 08,2007
BOSTON -- Boston officials say that a ban on dumping sewage from boats is the last step in a 20-year effort to clean up the harbor. The ban takes effect next spring. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Monday that it would approve it, The Boston Globe reported. "In just over a decade, we transformed our harbor from the filthiest in the nation to the cleanest," Mayor Thomas Menino said at a news conference with ... [full story]
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