Category:September 12, 2009
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The following 21 pages are in this category, out of 21 total.
Abu Ghraib prison burns after riot
Alleged ghost hunt in Toronto ends in death
Australian rules football: West Gippsland Latrobe Football League Finals Preliminary Final
Bomb explosion in Kashmir kills three
Businessman and founder of The Weather Channel Frank Batten dies at 82
Former Taiwanese president jailed for life on corruption charges
Former U.S. Senator Norm Coleman diagnosed with Bell's palsy
Former WWE superstar Jeff Hardy arrested on major drug charges
IEEE approves 802.11n standard after six years
Iran's Supreme Leader Khamenei threatens dissenters at Friday Prayers
Israeli President Shimon Peres collapses in Tel Aviv
Japanese tourist travels through 37 countries on just $2
Michael Jackson tribute concert postponed until 2010
Mortar raid kills 15 in Somalia
New York Times reporter rescued in Afghanistan
Renault F1 launch criminal complaint against former driver over race-fixing allegation
Reports: North Korea to test third nuclear bomb
Road accidents, suicide, pregnancy and violence among top killers of world's youth
Scientology ties at New Village Leadership Academy stir controversy for Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith
Violence in Uganda enters second day
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