Tokyo Shares End Down As Nuclear Crisis Drags On; Tepco At 31-Yr Low – Wall Street Journal

On March 28, 2011, in Latest News, by nadia

TOKYO (Dow Jones)–Tokyo stocks dropped Monday as pessimism over the nation’s ongoing nuclear crisis and concerns over the impact on corporate earnings encouraged sellers, with shares of embattled Tokyo Electric Power slumping to a fresh 31-year low.

Libyan rebels target Gadhafi’s birthplace – CNN International

On March 28, 2011, in General, Latest News, by nadia

A burning rocket launcher near Ras Lanuf Sunday. Libyan rebels were clsoing in on Sirte Monday, Gadhafi’s birthplace. STORY HIGHLIGHTS Victories over the weekend mark a comeback for opposition forces Rebels claim control of key oil cities of Ras Lanuf and al-Brega Libya’s government says airstrikes target troops and do not protect civilians NATO assumes control of enforcing a no-fly zone and protecting Libyan civilians Tripoli, Libya (CNN) — Libyan opposition fighters continued their march west Monday with a key target in their sights: Sirte, Moammar Gadhafi’s birthplace.

Dorothea Puente, boarding house operator who killed tenants, dies at 82 – Los Angeles Times

On March 28, 2011, in Latest News, by admin

Dorothea Puente, a notorious, grandmotherly Sacramento boarding house operator convicted in the 1990s of killing her tenants, died Sunday in a state prison in Chowchilla. She was 82. Puente died of natural causes at the Central California Women’s Facility, said Paul Verke, a Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation spokesman

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