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Love 999: British police officers elected auspicious time for the trend of marriage

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A pair of British police officers intend to September 9, 2009 The “only once a lifetime,” the days of marriage.

Love 999: British police officers elected auspicious time for the trend of marriage

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3 “9” reunite, affectionately kissing the officers decided to carry out in the end love.

BEIJING, September 9, according to British media on the 9th Xinhua reported that two pairs of police officers in Britain today, tied the knot, they are to “jump on the bandwagon”, specially chosen to September 9, 2009 this rare day of marriage.

It seems, in addition to the Chinese people think that this year is a down day today, the British seem to understand that the three numbers “9” implied in the “permanence”, “love you long long time,” the profound meaning.

In which two police officers are former college classmates, they have fell in love 10 years, respectively, both aged 30 years and 29 years old. They are originally intended to August 8, 2008, when married, and later postponed to this year, they think of marriage this year, today is a “perfect date”, decided today, “will be carried out in the end of love.”

The woman said: “We’re really looking forward to, it will be a great day. I am a bit nervous, but excited.” The man said they love each other, and decided in the hundred years of the date itself entrusted solely to the other side. Moreover, the date of the next number of years and then turn contains three “9”, it will span a century of vicissitudes, need to wait for a century.

While the two have little savings, but in order to catch up with one of this rare day, decided to cut other expenses to run the wedding.

At the same time, there is a pair of Britain’s firefighters have chosen the same date of marriage. The 49-year-old man has been working in the fire protection system for 30 years, while the woman, now 40 years old, a year ago, became a fireman. The two like-minded decision September 9, 2009 ride fire engines went to the Office of registration and at the local celebration of marriage.

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California wildfire declared arson, homicide

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California wildfire declared arson, homicide

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LOS ANGELES  – A huge wildfire burning in the mountains above Los Angeles, now the largest ever in the county, was started by arson and will be investigated as a homicide, authorities said on Thursday.

The so-called Station Fire has killed two firefighters, destroyed 64 homes and torched an area the size of Chicago in the nine days it has roared across the rugged San Gabriel Mountains overlooking Los Angeles.

“After a forensic examination at the point of origin, arson investigators have concluded that the Station Fire was the result of an act of arson,” U.S. Forest Service Commander Rita Wears said.

The deaths of Los Angeles County Fire Capt. Ted Hall and firefighter Arnaldo Quinones, who were killed when their vehicle plunged 800 feet (244 metres) from a road, made the case a homicide, Wears said.

Authorities did not offer details about how the fire was started but an area near the city of La Canada-Flintridge, north of Los Angeles, has been cordoned off with yellow crime scene tape since Wednesday.

It was not clear if any suspects had been identified.

As of Thursday evening, the Station Fire had blackened 145,000 acres (59,000 hectares), or about 226 square miles (585 sq km), making it the largest wildfire recorded in Los Angeles county. It could ultimately become one of the top 10 in state history, in terms of size.

Authorities estimated containment of the massive conflagration at 38 percent, up from 28 percent a day earlier, according to fire commander Mike Dietrich, who said his force of more than 4,700 firefighters was making “great progress.”

By Wednesday night, the all-clear had been given for the last of 6,400 evacuated households to return home.

But a flare-up in one canyon early on Thursday led officials to order a small cluster of homes evacuated, and crews were concentrating their attack on the southeastern flank of the blaze to prevent flames from spreading.

One town on the fire’s southeastern fringe is Pasadena, known for its annual New Year’s Day Rose Bowl college football game and Tournament of Roses Parade. Fire commanders planned to brief residents in a meeting Thursday night.

Fire commanders said Mount Wilson, an observatory and telecommunications and broadcasting hub, would be spared.

The Station Fire has cost $21 million so far to fight, making it the most expensive of several California wildfires in recent weeks that already have depleted the cash-strapped state’s emergency firefighting budget by more than half.

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has insisted the state has plenty of resources at its disposal for such emergencies.

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Doctor confirms Iran prisoner abuse death

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Doctor confirms Iran prisoner abuse death

CAIRO – An Iranian medical examiner found that the son of a prominent conservative politician’s adviser died from beatings and poor prison conditions, a semiofficial news agency reported Monday, in what would be the first official confirmation of a prisoner abuse death during Iran‘s post-election turmoil.

The report could be a sign that conservatives will seek to prosecute those responsible for prisoner abuse in an attempt to defuse anger over allegations that many opposition supporters detained after the disputed presidential election were tortured.

The claims have outraged many conservatives, as well as the pro-reform opposition that believes hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad stole the June election through massive vote fraud. Conservative anger has partly been driven by the death of Mohsen Rouhalamini, the son of an adviser to defeated presidential candidate Mohsen Rezaei.

Police initially suggested that Rouhalamini’s death while in custody was caused by meningitis. But the semiofficial Mehr news agency, which has close ties to conservatives, said Monday that a state forensic doctor ruled that out in a report handed over to judicial authorities about 10 days ago.

Instead, it said Rouhalamini died of “physical stress, the effects of being held in bad conditions, multiple blows and severe injuries to the body,” according to the news agency, which cited “informed sources” without revealing their names.

The report could not be independently confirmed, but conservative critics of Ahmadinejad have used the news agency to leak information previously.

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei recently appointed the brother of Ahmadinejad’s main conservative rival to head the judiciary, a move some analysts interpreted as a way to appease conservatives upset over Khamenei’s swift support of the president in the election crisis.

The new judiciary chief, Sadeq Larijani, whose brother is parliament speaker Ali Larijani, recently appointed a three-member team to supervise an investigation into the post-election unrest, including the alleged abuse of detained protesters.

The prosecution of officials accused of torture would be an embarrassment for Ahmadinejad, who has staunchly defended the security forces sent out after the June 12 election to violently crack down on the thousands of protesters who took to the streets.

The government has confirmed that at least 30 people were killed during the unrest, but the opposition believes at least 69 died. Hundreds of protesters and opposition activists were also arrested.

Rouhalamini was detained during a July 9 protest and taken to a hospital two weeks later where he died within hours. Reformist Web sites said he had been held at Kahrizak prison, where much of the alleged prisoner abuse took place, and his jaw was broken when his father received his body.

The medical examiner’s report carried by the Mehr news agency said Rouhalamini was “in bad physical condition” prior to a scheduled move to Evin prison, which is also located in Tehran.

“After his condition was seen to worsen … and after a 70-minute delay, he was taken to a hospital, where unfortunately he died,” said the report.


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