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International Court Hands War Crimes Case To Libya

Hall of Natural History The hall of natural history is filled with dozens of stuffed-animal mounts, including an elephants foot, an anteater and many birds. Be careful, dont step on the polar bear, Peconie says, indicating a white fur shape on the floor that was waiting to be hung on a wall. For years, children have been running up to a pair of taxidermied baby deer and asking if someone shot them. The mother deer was struck by a car, Peconie tells them. This was during Elwoods time, and when he found out, he had the doe taken to a taxidermist, who discovered the fawns inside the doe. Many of the mounts came from the estate of Robert Frothingham, a Fonda businessman who was a hunter and world traveler. <br>More:

Drugs suspect held in Amsterdam in 'National Crime Agency first'

"This is a shocking decision which we will immediately appeal," said al-Senoussi's lawyer, Ben Emmerson. Emmerson said there is "overwhelming evidence...that the Libyan justice system is close to collapse and that it is incapable of conducting fair trials of any Gadhafi-era officials." Al-Senoussi is accused by the ICC and Libyan prosecutors of crimes against humanity for the murder and persecution of protesters in the early days of the uprising that eventually toppled Gadhafi in 2011. Separate from the ICC case, he has been accused of complicity in blowing up a Pan Am jumbo jet over Lockerbie, Scotland in 1988 and a French airliner over Niger the following year causing hundreds of deaths. The ICC judges said they took a number of factors into account in their decision, notably that al-Senoussi is being held by the national government, which Seir al-Islam is held by a regional authority. Court spokesman Fadi El Abdallah said Friday's decision has no bearing on Seif al-Islam's case. <br>More:

Hat trick makes Van Persie top Dutch scorer

Craig Allen, 50, from Sheffield in South Yorkshire, was arrested in Amsterdam on Tuesday. He is wanted in connection with seizures of heroin and cocaine dating back to 2010, said the NCA, which has been dubbed the UK's answer to the FBI. Mr Allen was arrested by armed police from the UK and Netherlands. The officers captured him as he left a furniture store in the web site Dutch capital. British authorities will now attempt to extradite him back to the UK. The NCA said it is believed he oversaw the importation of drugs while living in Thailand. Officers from the NCA, South Yorkshire Police and the Dutch National Crime Squad were involved in the operation to track down Mr Allen, who was arrested on a European Arrest Warrant. <br>More:

Suspected major British drug smuggler caught in Amsterdam

The head of Britain's newly-established National Crime Agency's (NCA) fugitives unit, Dave Allen, said "we believe this man... is involved in the importation and supply of large quantities of drugs." Also called "Britain's FBI", the NCA was launched earlier this week. It has an annual budget of nearly half-a-billion pounds (676 million euros) to tackle organised crime in Britain. The suspected smuggler's arrest marked the NCA's "first fugitive to be captured abroad", Dave Allen said. NCA spokesman Rob Williams told AFP that steps were now being taken to have Allen extradited to Britain to face trial. <br>More:

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Burnt Hills faces Amsterdam in rematch of 2012 Class A Super Bowl

Burnt Hills went on to win 60-14 to run its record to 4-1. The Spartans, last years Class A state champs, face a much tougher task Saturday when they take on Amsterdam (3-2) in a rematch of the 2012 Class A Super Bowl. The contest has important implications for this years postseason. The Queensbury game had at least one positive result for Burnt Hills. When starting quarterback Dan Maynard was injured in the first half, he was replaced by John Clayton for the second. The 6-foot-2 sophomore, who had been called up from JV early in the week, acquitted himself well, completing 4-of-7 passes for 79 yards and a touchdown. As a this website result, Burnt Hills finds itself well stocked at quarterback. <br>More:

And luckily for us the girls were more than happy to share their wild weekend in Amsterdam with the world. Though we're not sure how chuffed Nicola was, especially after she tweeted: "Cheryl is ruining me on Instagram." Cheryl posted a picture of Nicola holding a big disco ball over her head soon after simply posting a message that read: "Messy #Amsterdam." Hopefully it's not heavy Instagram The girls landed back in the UK on Sunday and were quick to confirm what we all knew - that they had an amazing time - even if the trip didn't get off to the best of starts with them missing their flight . Nicola tweeted: "I'm spending every birthday in Amsterdam! We've had the best and funniest weekend ever x." But as much as we love the disco ball shot, it has nothing on the pictures Kimberley posted to her Instagram page. The masked performer is seen blog url sucking on Nicola's toe in one of the infamous adult clubs. It's one way to have a pedicure Kimberley added the caption: Only in Amsterdam! <br>More:

Police arrest 3 in Amsterdam drug raid

After heading home Arjen Robben's cross in the 43rd for his second goal of the night to tie the 10-year-old scoring record, Van Persie ran across the field and jumped into Kluivert's arms on the touchline. "Records are made to be broken ... I'm happy for him," Kluivert said. "Every international, we work toward perfection. It is good for the Netherlands, browse it is good for him." The Manchester United star, playing his 80th international, completed his hat trick in the 53rd, tapping in after Robben nodded down the ball to give the Netherlands a 5-1 lead in the Group D match. "I thought the second was fantastic. <br>More:

Amsterdam Police said Robert Toledo , 35; Giovanni Fuentes-Diaz , 33; and Melvin Gonzalez , 26; all of Amsterdam were each charged with third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance following the raid. Police said officers executed search warrants at 13 Degraff St. at 9:30 p.m. and along Route 30N, where a car was searched. During the searches, police said they found $3,449 in cash and two cars used to transport and sell narcotics. They were arraigned in Amsterdam City Court and sent to the Montgomery County Jail without bail. <br>More:

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Hollywood Billionaire Connection - James Packer, Gigi Pritzker,

Ten years from now, Id like Participant to have 2,000 employees and be producing content in every country of the world, Skoll said during an appearance at last years Toronto Film Festival, according to Variety. Then theres the Ellison siblings. Megan visit their website Ellison is already one of Hollywoods hottest producers. The press-shy daughter of software giant Oracles CEO Larry Ellison, whose net worth is estimated between $41.8 billion (Bloomberg) and $48 billion (Forbes), Megan Ellison runs a production label called Annapurna Pictures. Two of her filmsAmerican Hustle and Herwere nominated for best picture at ‘enough Is Enough!’ Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Ask Judge To Fine Youtube Founder $6k For Stalling Trial Over Leaked Engagement Video | Radar Online this years Academy Awards. Among her other films were the 2012 Oscar nominated best picture Zero Dark Thirty as well as Lawless and True Grit. Zero Dark Thirty, The Master and American Hustle have collectively grossed over $262 million in North America, according to Box Office Mojo. In media profiles, Megan Ellison comes across as a colorful, offbeat figure. Vanity Fair describes her thusly: A bit overweight, with hunched shoulders, she has a slacker vibe. And the Financial Times writes: In meetings with button-down studio chiefs she typically turns up in black jeans, black Vans sneakers and black rock band T-shirts. Her brother, David, is an accomplished acrobatic pilot who began his Hollywood career as an actor, appearing in and co-financing the 2006 MGM flop Flyboys. He named his production label Skydance Productions because of his love of flying. Skydance raised $350 million to co-finance movies with studio partner Paramount Pictures, which re-upped the co-financing pact through 2018. <br>Full story:

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Why You Should Exercise Harder

Of course, a hard workout will burn more calories than an easy one, but that's not the only reason to sweat it out. Workouts with short, intense intervals, like Tabata, will increase your afterburn view the amount of calories you burn after a workout even when you're doing nothing at all! Plus, increasing those dumbbell sizes or perfecting your kettlebell swing helps build muscle as well. As Tia Falcone, who helped site web Miss America Nina Davuluri lose 50 pounds , says, "When you're doing weight training, it's not so much about burning calories, it's about gaining as much muscle as possible. All women need to gain as much muscle as humanly possible; that's what's going to make you smaller and it raises your base metabolism permanently." The win here? Muscles help boost metabolism, burning more calories than fat. Not every workout has to be a hard one, however it's not official site healthy or smart to always push your body to its limits. "If you're trying to work out twice a day to lose weight, it's just not effective," explains Yumi Lee, a CrossFit trainer who has worked with Jessica Alba . <br>Full story:

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Australia Sports Sign Commitment To Eliminate Homophobia - Yahoo

Text messaging rates may apply. Please enter a valid phone number. Please enter your Phone Number. Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done Australia sports sign commitment [read] to eliminate homophobia April 9, 2014 5:08 AM 0 shares Done By Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY, April 9 (Reuters) - In what was hailed as a world first, Australia's five main professional sports signed a commitment on Wednesday to have frameworks in place by the end of August this year to battle homophobia. Sydney hosts the world cup of gay rugby union, the Bingham Cup, more info in August and the organisers of that tournament were behind the initiative to get the sporting bodies to commit to a timeline for implementing an inclusion policy. Wednesday's signing ceremony was a who's who of sports administration in Australia and the officials were supported by a string of high profile athletes, including rugby league international Greg Inglis and test cricketer Nathan Lyon. <br>More:

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Japan Petchem Closures To Curb Naphtha Imports As Supply Grows |

Traders said the country is expected to keep its monthlyimports of naphtha used to feed crackers at about 1.2 milliontonnes this year. That would be the second largest in Asia afterSouth Korea, which raised its cracker capacity between 2010 and2012. But the impact will be increasingly felt as two moreJapanese crackers check this out go offline in the next two years. Sumitomo Chemical plans to permanently shut a415,000 tpy cracker in Chiba near Tokyo in May 2015, while AsahiKasei will close a 504,000 tpy cracker around April2016. SUPPLIES ON THE RISE Fading demand in Japan would celebrities tapes come against a background ofgrowing naphtha supplies from the Middle East and parts of Asia. Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Co (Takreer) is expected to finishdoubling the capacity of its 415,000 barrels per day refinery bythe end web site of the year. <br>Read more:

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