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  • In West Bank, teen offenders face different fates

    By DANIEL ESTRIN and JOSEF FEDERMAN - Associated Press

    The boys were both 15, with the crackly voices and awkward peach fuzz of adolescence. They lived just a few minutes away from one another in the West Bank. And both were accused of throwing stones at vehicles, one day after the other. Published April 20, 2014

  • Anti-junta Myanmar journalist Win Tin dies at 85

    By AYE AYE WIN - Associated Press

    Win Tin, a prominent journalist who became Myanmar's longest-serving political prisoner after challenging military rule by co-founding the National League for Democracy, died Monday, He was 85. Published April 20, 2014

  • Yemen: Airstrike targets al-Qaida training camps

    By AHMED AL-HAJ - Associated Press

    An airstrike targeting suspected al-Qaida training camps in a rugged mountain region in southern Yemen killed a number of fighters Sunday, a high-level government security committee said, without specifying a casualty figure. Published April 20, 2014

  • Grand Coulee fishing spot closed since 9/11 opens

    By Associated Press

    A popular fishing spot below the Grand Coulee Dam has reopened for the first time since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Published April 20, 2014

  • Mold is latest health worry on Treasure Island

    By Associated Press

    A growing number of residents and workers on Treasure Island are complaining about mold in aging buildings on the former Navy base in San Francisco Bay. Published April 20, 2014

  • World War II vet opens up about captivity

    By BRIAN SMITH - Associated Press

    A sleeve full of potatoes. Published April 20, 2014

  • Navy OKs changes for submariners' sleep schedules

    By MICHAEL MELIA - Associated Press

    With no sunlight to set day apart from night on a submarine, the U.S. Navy for decades has staggered sailors' working hours on schedules with little resemblance to life above the ocean's surface. Published April 20, 2014

  • Lost Union Army soldier honored with memorial

    By MARTY FINLEY - Associated Press

    The story of an uneducated farmer from Anderson County was buried with him in an unmarked grave in Columbia until one of his descendants unearthed the truth and fought to have him recognized. Published April 20, 2014

  • Lawmakers call for tighter sanctions on Russia

    By Associated Press

    Two members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee called Sunday for beefing up western sanctions against Russia to include its petrochemical and banking industries and warned that Moscow thus far has ignored United States and European efforts to persuade it to back off its confrontation with Ukraine. Published April 20, 2014

  • Veterans office moves to new home

    By Associated Press

    The office that helps military veterans in East Baton Rouge Parish has moved into a new home. Published April 20, 2014

  • Egypt: Ex-army chief, leftist to run for president

    By SARAH EL DEEB - Associated Press

    Egypt's election commission said Sunday only two presidential hopefuls, one of them the powerful former military chief who nine months ago ousted the country's first democratically elected leader, have submitted their papers to run in next month's polls. Published April 20, 2014

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