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  1. Boys' kidnapper gets 170 more years

    ST. LOUIS, Missouri (AP) - Michael Devlin received one final sentence Friday -- 170 years -- for making pornography of a boy he kidnapped and sexually assaulted.

    "Devlin is already serving multiple life terms for kidnapping and assaulting Shawn Hornbeck and another Missouri boy, Ben Ownby. This time around, a federal judge went well beyond the sentencing guideline of 30 years."

  2. Nepal top court orders end to discrimination against gays, transgendered
    The Supreme Court of Nepal Friday ordered the Nepalese government to extend gay and transgendered people the same rights and privileges as other citizens. Gay and transgendered people face heavy discrimination in conservative Nepal, where so-called "unnatural sex" is illegal and is punishable by jail time. The ruling by Supreme Court judges Pawan Kumar Ojha and Bala Ram K.C. came in a response to a petition filed by Nepal's main gay rights group, the Blue Diamond Society (BDS)........

  3. CIA requests DOJ probe into waterboarding comments by ex-agent
    The US Central Intelligence agency (CIA) has requested that the Department of Justice [official websites] conduct an investigation into whether former CIA agent John Kiriakou illegally released classified information when he spoke to several news organizations last week....
  4. Peru ex-president Fujimori apologizes for killings
    Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori, apologized Friday for his role in two massacres which occurred during his administration in the early 1990s. Fujimori's apology came during his trial on murder and kidnapping charges stemming.....
  5. "Darfur orphans" airlift trial begins in Chad
    Six French nationals connected with the abortive effort by French charity Zoe's Ark to airlift so-called "Darfur orphans" out of Chad to Europe went on trial in Chad Friday, accused of kidnapping, fraud, and forgery. Zoe.......
  6. California to appeal EPA emissions waiver ruling
    California will appeal the decision by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to deny its request for a waiver that would have allowed it and 16 other states following its lead to impose stricter greenhouse gas emissions standards on cars and light.......
  7. Turkey in fresh Iraq air strikes

    Turkey launches fresh air strikes against Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq, the Turkish military says.......
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