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Dutch Clear 5 Of 12 Detained Somali Men

The Somali men were detained Christmas Eve on suspicion of preparing a terrorist attack in the Netherlands. Prosecutors said Sunday they had no evidence of criminal involvement against the five men, but the investigation of the other seven was continuing. » E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us NPR Topics: News

Verdict due in Khodorkovsky trial

A Moscow court is due to read the verdict in the second trial of Russian ex-tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky for theft and money laundering. BBC News – Business

Police try to unlock riddle of Joanna Yeates’s final hours – Independent

Sydney Morning Herald Police try to unlock riddle of Joanna Yeates's final hoursIndependentIdentity of frozen body is confirmed, with cause of death expected to be revealed today. Rob Sharp reports from Bristol Her handbag sat undisturbed on the …Joanna Yeates: Pizza riddle in the last pictureMirror.co.ukDUMPED BY GOLF COURSEMirror.co.ukNew CCTV in hunt for missing Jo Missing JoThe SunITN NEWS –ITN NEWS –The Guardian –The Sunall 2,125 news articles » Most Popular – Google News

Blizzards sweep across eastern US

Large parts of the US eastern seaboard are buried under a blanket of snow as an intensifying storm sweeps north, causing massive travel disruption. BBC News – Home

Hugh Hefner, 84, Engaged to Playmate, 23 – Us Magazine

msnbc.com Hugh Hefner, 84, Engaged to Playmate, 23Us MagazineThe Playboy founder, 84, is engaged to Crystal Harris, his 24-year-old girlfriend and Playmate, a Playboy rep confirms to UsMagazine.Hugh Hefner Engaged to Playmate Crystal HarrisPeople MagazinePlayboy's Hefner Gets EngagedFox NewsPlayboy's Hefner to marry againABC OnlineWho2 (blog) –Express from The Washington Post –Green Celebrity Network –More Horror Newsall 827 news articles » Most Popular – Google News

Frugality and excess to mark 2011 (Reuters)

Reuters – Call it the year of feast and famine. Yahoo! News: Business News

Small Beetles Massacre The Rockies’ Whitebark Pines

What were lush forests only a few years ago are now eerie stands of red and gray snags. Warmer temperatures have allowed voracious mountain pine beetles to thrive — and ravage the Northern Rockies’ whitebark forests. And that threatens other organisms in the ecosystem, too. » E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us NPR Topics: News