Saturday, December 10, 2011

CIA Drone 'A Public Relations Coup' for Iran

A high-tech, stealth CIA drone was captured by Iranian officials while on a surveillance mission over Iran. The mishap put sophisticated technology in Iranian hands and provided public evidence of the kind of spying that's been long suspected. (Dec. 9)


Raw Video: Rutgers Suspect Rejects Plea Deal

Dharun Ravi, the former Rutgers student accused of using a webcam to spy on his roommate's intimate encounter with a man, has turned down a plea deal that would have kept him out of prison. (Dec. 9)

Dutch State Apologizes for Indonesia Massacre

An official apology from The Netherlands for a 1947 massacre in Indonesia has relieved relatives who've been struggling for justice. (Dec. 9)


Missing US Man Pleads for Help

Long after he vanished in Iran, retired FBI agent Robert Levinson reappeared in a video and a series of photographs sent to his family over the past year, transforming a disappearance into a kidnapping case, The Associated Press has learned (Dec. 9)


Occupy Boston Stands Ground Despite Deadline

A diminished Occupy Boston encampment held its ground early Friday after police decided not to immediately enforce a midnight deadline the mayor had set for them to leave a city square. (Dec. 9)


State Police: Va. Tech Gunman Acted Alone

State police say the gunman who killed himself at Virginia Tech acted alone in the slaying of a campus police officer. (Dec. 9)

Chicago Pastor Camps Out Against Violence

A Chicago Reverend is holding a rooftop vigil atop a shuttered Chicago motel to protest violence in the community. Robert Ray has the story. (Dec. 9)


New Treaty to Save Euro but Move Causes EU Split

There were new splits to unity in the European Union Friday as 26 members remained open to an ambitious new, tighter treaty for greater union, but Britain said no. (Dec. 9)


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