Defence criticizes Jackson crime scene investigation
Fingerprints cast little light on singer’s last
US: An attorney for Michael Jackson’s in-house
doctor challenged a crime scene investigator on Thursday and
suggested she conducted a shoddy examination of the bedroom where
the “Thriller” singer stopped breathing in 2009.
Obama says China ‘gaming’ world trade
He stops short of endorsing the currency bill:
US: President Barack Obama accused China on
Thursday of “gaming” international trade by keeping its currency
weak, but was cautious about a bill before the U.S. Senate aimed at
pressing Beijing to revalue the yuan.
Canada Catholics pay millions to child sex victims
Moral wrongs occurred, we’ve taken steps to
CANADA: A Catholic congregation in Canada’s
Quebec province on Thursday apologized to former students who had
suffered sex abuse in their schools and offered CAN$18 million
(US$17.3 million) in compensation.