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Jul 02,2007
A contract construction worker was killed Sunday night from injuries suffered when he was pinned between a backhoe's stabilizer landing gear and the rear bucket while working in a highway construction project on Interstate 205 just north of Interstate 5. The victim's name is withheld pending next of kin notification.   A 47-year old employee of Oregon Mainline Paving was killed Sunday night when he was pinned between a backhoe's stabilizer landing gear and it's rear bucket ... [full story]
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Jul 02,2007
The driver of a motorhome was transported by air ambulance with critical injuries, and four others were taken to the hospital by ambulance after the driver ran a red light, crashed into two vehicles, then ran into a Pizza Pit and another parked car, police reported.   The driver of this motorhome received critical injuries in a crash that sent four others to the hospital after the RV ran a red light - OSP photo Just before ... [full story]
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Jul 02,2007
Fire investigators are still working to determine the cause of a small brush fire that burned ¼ acre in Tumalo State Park in north Bend on Sunday. Bend Fire & Rescue dispatched one water tender and two wildland companies, who were able to quickly extinguish the blaze.  No structures within the popular campground were threatened. “Remember we have very dry conditions at this time,” Captain Scott Wyman said. “Use extreme caution when outdoors.” [full story]
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Jul 02,2007
GAZA - Hamas officials Monday arrested the spokesman for the Army of Islam, which has claimed it is holding BBC journalist Alan Johnston hostage. The BBC said spokesman Khattab al-Maqdisi was arrested along with several other members of the Palestinian militant group on Monday by security forces after negotiations for Johnston's release broke down. "The arrests were carried out after all negotiation attempts ... failed to free the abducted journalist," a Palestinian Interior Ministry statement ... [full story]
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Jul 02,2007
MOSCOW - Russia on Monday declared a moratorium on the Conventional Armed Forces in Europe treaty with the hope other countries would ratify the arms-reduction accord. "In May, we announced a moratorium on the implementation of the old CFE Treaty and are expecting our partners to ratify an agreement on its adaptation. Russia's moves are designed to compel our partners to think about the future of the treaty," Alexander Grushko, deputy minister for foreign affairs, ... [full story]
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Jul 02,2007
STOCKHOLM, Sweden - Stockholm, Sweden, police have ended the policy of sending correspondence to the workplaces of men suspected of visiting prostitutes. Stockholm police's trafficking group now sends the notice of suspected involvement in a crime and the summons for questioning to the homes of the men, The Local reported Monday. "That's what you do in all other crimes, like rape, for example, and this should be treated the same. But we were very sensitive ... [full story]
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Jul 02,2007
BAGHDAD - The civilian death toll in Iraq dropped in June, U.S. and Iraqi officials said. Iraqi officials told The New York Times that across Iraq, there were about 1,200 civilian deaths in June, a 36 percent decrease. The U.S. military does not release civilian death figures but also reported a decrease. "We can't tell yet the effect we're having," U.S. Army Lt. Col. Christopher Garver told the Times. "But reducing deaths in the civilian ... [full story]
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Jul 02,2007
LONDON - British Home Secretary Jacqui Smith Monday told lawmakers Britons must raise a strong voice to let terrorists know their beliefs are rejected. Smith recounted the events that led to the discovery of two car bombs in London Friday and the attack on Glasgow Airport at the House of Commons, cautioning lawmakers the investigation is still in its early stages and no conclusions can yet be drawn. Smith said the government has had four ... [full story]
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Jul 02,2007
NEW DELHI - India and Pakistan will begin talks at the home secretary level this week, a meeting sources say will focus on nearly 500 Indians being held in Pakistan. Sources said Indian officials are expected to ask their Pakistani counterparts for the release of nearly 500 fishermen being held in Pakistan for violating water boundaries, the Press Trust of India reported Sunday. Indian officials have distanced the fisherman from several Pakistani citizens they have ... [full story]
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Jul 02,2007
SEOUL - The commander of U.S. forces in Korea Monday said North Korea has successfully tested a new generation of powerful missiles. Gen. B.B. Bell, who leads the 29,500 U.S. troops in the region, told journalists in Seoul that North Korea's technologically advanced missiles pose a serious threat to regional security, Yonhap news agency reported Monday. He said the new missiles are believed to have been designed to replace its older short-range Frog missiles. "These ... [full story]
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