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accused scandal - \'Scandal\' star Columbus Short accused of threatening to kill his wife

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'Scandal' star Columbus Short accused of threatening to kill his wife

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The wife of Scandal star Columbus Short has received a temporary restraining against the actor and filed for divorce after he allegedly threatened to kill her and himself. Tuere Short has accused her husband of holding a knife to her throat and making death threats during an altercation on April 7. According to the restraining order, the incident started when Columbus, who appeared intoxicated, lunged at Tuere with a wine bottle as if he was going to hit her.

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\'Scandal\' star Columbus Short accused of threatening to kill his wife

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'Scandal' star Columbus Short accused of threatening to kill his wife

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The wife of Scandal star Columbus Short has received a temporary restraining against the actor and filed for divorce after he allegedly threatened to kill her and himself. Tuere Short has accused her husband of holding a knife to her throat and making death threats during an altercation on April 7. According to the restraining order, the incident started when Columbus, who appeared intoxicated, lunged at Tuere with a wine bottle as if he was going to hit her.

South Korea\'s Park apologises for latest scandal to rock spy agency

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South Korea's Park apologises for latest scandal to rock spy agency

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SEOUL Tue Apr 15, 2014 7:33am BST SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean President Park Geun-hye apologised on Tuesday for the latest scandal to rock the intelligence service where three officials have been charged with conspiracy to fabricate evidence against a man accused of spying for North Korea.

Maria Miller resignation: David Cameron faces backbench backlash over his mishandling of the scandal

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Maria Miller resignation: David Cameron faces backbench backlash over his mishandling of the scandal

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The Prime Minister was accused of marginalising women after he put a man, Sajid Javid, in charge of equalities and appointed a Minister for Women, Nicky Morgan, who opposed same-sex marriage. His reshuffle means there is no mother in the Cabinet for the first time since 1992, and  leaves the number of female full Cabinet ministers – three - at its lowest level since 1997.

Former BI official points finger at VP in Bank Century scandal

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More revelations have emerged that point to the allegedly key role played by Vice President Boediono in the disbursement of short-term financial assistance (FPJP) to Bank Century, now Bank Mutiara.

Doctors\' fears over statins are \'putting lives at risk\': Professor says unjustified concerns over side effects mean the drugs are not prescribed enough

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Doctors' fears over statins are 'putting lives at risk': Professor says unjustified concerns over side effects mean the drugs are not prescribed enough

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Sir Rory Collins said studies had created 'misleading uncertainty'He claimed concerns could cause more deaths than MMR scandalMore than seven million Britons with high cholesterol take statinsBy Ben Spencer PUBLISHED: 20:16 EST, 23 March 2014 | UPDATED: 20:56 EST, 23 March 2014 Professor Sir Rory Collins said studies had created 'misleading uncertainty' over statins Doctors are putting lives at risk by exaggerating the side effects of statins, an expert warns.

Pope Appoints Former Child Victim to Church Group on Sex Abuse

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Pope Appoints Former Child Victim to Church Group on Sex Abuse

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Pope Francis on Saturday named a victim of sexual abuse by a priest to be part of a core group formed to help the Catholic Church tackle the problem of clerical pedophilia that has dogged it for two decades. The formation of a group of experts was first announced in December, and today the pope named the first eight members - four female and four male - from eight different countries.

Licenses revoked at NW China drug scandal-hit kindergartens

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XI'AN, March 22 (Xinhua) -- Two preschools at the center of the antiviral drug scandal in Xi'an, northwest China's Shanxi Province, have had their licenses revoked, the local government confirmed on Saturday. Two new public kindergartens will be established on the sites of the Hongji Xincheng and Fengyun kindergartens, which are accused of having administered antiviral drugs to children since 2008.

Strauss-Kahn hedge fund aims to raise $2bn

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Strauss-Kahn hedge fund aims to raise $2bn

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A macro hedge fund launched by LSK & Partners, the firm chaired by controversial ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn, is aiming to raise $2 billion.The 64-year-old fell from grace when he was forced to resign from the IMF in 2011, after being embroiled in a series of sex scandal allegations relating to sexual assaults. In 2011, a New York hotel maid Nafissatou Diallo, accused Strauss-Kahn of sexually assaulting her but charges were dropped after her credibility was questioned.

Edwin Edwards Isn\'t the First to Seek Congress After Crime

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Edwin Edwards Isn't the First to Seek Congress After Crime

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Felons cannot vote in the United States, but a record can’t stop someone from running for a seat in Congress. Ex-Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards might be the latest lawmaker to hit the campaign trail after a scandal, but he is hardly the first. Welcome to U.S. News’ "Convicts for Congress: a brief history." Rep. Mel Reynolds, D-Ill. Former Rep. Mel Reynolds, D-Ill.

Ex-Employee of Israeli PM Sues Over Alleged Abuse

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Ex-Employee of Israeli PM Sues Over Alleged Abuse

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A former employee at the official residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has filed a lawsuit alleging he was abused by the Israeli leader's wife, Sara. Netanyahu's office has rejected the claims as "outrageous." The lawsuit by Menny Neftali, a former member of the housekeeping staff, says he was subjected to abusive language and ethnic insults by Sara Netanyahu.