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9/11 landing gear found by surveyors

near Ground Zero

 

A piece of equipment from one of the planes

destroyed in 9/11 found near World Trade Centre,

according to NYPD

 

Friday 26 April 2013

23.27 BST

Guardian.co.uk

Associated Press in New York

9/11 landing gear found by surveyors near Ground Zero,
G, 26.4.2013,
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/apr/26/september-11-landing-gear-found-nypd


 

 

 

 

 

'One piece of evidence

could help catch killer',

says dad of murdered Clapham teen

 

Wednesday 17th February 2010
8:00am
Wandsworth Guardian
By Paul Cahalan

 

Three years after his 15-year-old son was gunned down at his front door, a grieving father again appealed to the Clapham community to name his murderer, as he described the daily torment of knowing his son’s killer walks free.

Billy Cox, who died on Valentine's Day 2007, was held by his 13-year-old sister Elizabeth as he bled to death from a gunshot wound to the chest, in what police believe was a drug-related incident.

Despite detectives being “confident” they know the killer, and “several” people naming the same man, evidence - even with the promise of a Ł20,000 reward - has not been strong enough for a conviction.

    'One piece of evidence could help catch killer',
    says dad of murdered Clapham teen,
    GW, 17.2.2010,
    http://www.wandsworthguardian.co.uk/news/5011079._
    One_piece_of_evidence_could_help_catch_killer___says_dad_of_murdered_teen/

 

 

 

 

 

World's oldest bling:

two tiny 100,000-year-old shells

 

Friday June 23, 2006
The Guardian
Alok Jha


They may not compare with today's diamond-encrusted bling,

but in their own way, they are of far greater value.

Two tiny shells have been confirmed

as the world's oldest known items of jewellery,

probably used on a necklace about 100,000 years ago.

It's more than just a pretty trinket:

the shells have forced scientists

to rethink their ideas on when human culture and language

first developed.

    World's oldest bling: two tiny 100,000-year-old shells, G, 23.6.2006,
     http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/story/0,,1804093,00.html

 

 

 

 

 

Officials investigating America's first documented case

of BSE said yesterday that they had quarantined

a second herd of cattle

as they sought to contain the health scare.

Second herd quarantined in America's BSE scare
as feed mills accused of defying rules, I, 27.12.2003, http://news.independent.co.uk/world/americas/story.jsp?story=476262

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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