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Strike makes New York walk
New Yorkers struggled into work on foot, by bike and in cars shared with strangers after subway and bus workers walked off the job for the first time in 25 years today, stranding millions of people. ...  | Read.. 
 
Miami crash
A seaplane packed with passengers crashed in flames off Miami Beach and sank into the US city’s main shipping channel yesterday, killing at least 19 people, authorities ...  | Read.. 
 
Religious visas in UK
The British government, which is determined to keep out extremist preachers in the aftermath of the July bombs in London, has relented and agreed to allow in “religi ...  | Read.. 
 
Germany jail jolt to US
Germany has quietly released a Hizbollah member jailed for life for the murder of a US Navy diver, disregarding Washington’s desire that he either be extradited or remai ...  | Read.. 
 
Pedestrians walk past a closed subway gate. (AFP)
Strike makes New York walk
Jackson battles default
Lawyers for Michael Jackson and a key creditor are in talks to keep the pop star from defaulting on..  | Read.. 
Sleeping rapist freed
A man was cleared of raping a woman three times in a matter of minutes after a jury accepted ye..  | Read..