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  A special court in Bahrain sentenced 35 people to terms ranging from 15 years to life in prison in three cases related to anti-government unrest earlier this year, including the murder of a Pakistani national.

Bahrain court sentences 35 over role in anti-government protests

Updated: 10/3/2011 09:00 AM

  Former Ugandan Vice President Gilbert Bukenya was sent to prison pending his corruption trial in the High Court after a magistrate's court canceled his bail today, said Erias Kisawuzi, spokesman for the Ugandan judiciary.

Uganda former vice president sent to prison pending graft trial

Updated: 10/3/2011 09:00 AM

  t Bashar al-Assad as opposition groups set up a council to coordinate efforts to end his 11-year rule.

Syrian forces kill 10 as opposition unites against Assad

Updated: 10/3/2011 08:38 AM

  A collection of paintings by L.S. Lowry formed by the U.K. caterer and hotelier, the late Charles Forte, is estimated to raise as much as 16.9 million pounds ($26.2 million) at an auction in London next month.

Forte's lowry paintings may sell for $26.2 Million at auction

Updated: 10/3/2011 08:38 AM

  The center of Tropical Storm Ophelia will sweep across the Avalon peninsula in southeastern Newfoundland in a few hours, the National Hurricane Center said.

Ophelia with 60 mph winds to cross tip of Newfoundland in hours

Updated: 10/3/2011 08:38 AM

  U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne pledged to stick to his deficit-reduction plan, saying low interest rates are the best way to generate growth, as Standard & Poor's affirmed the country's AAA debt rating.

Osborne says he'll stick to austerity as S&P affirms U.K. rating

Updated: 10/3/2011 08:38 AM

  Woodland Elementary District 50 will host a special board meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the educational support center headquarters at 1105 N. Hunt Club Road, Gurnee.

Dist. 50 discussing charter schools

Updated: 10/3/2011 04:55 AM

  University Center will host information sessions on Tuesday, Oct. 11 and Wednesday, Nov. 9, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Grayslake facility, 1200 University Center Drive.

University Center holds information sessions

Updated: 10/3/2011 04:55 AM

  Libertyville Bank & Trust and its branches will host fall shredding and electronics recycling events on Saturday, Oct. 22.

Libertyville bank to host paper shredding event

Updated: 10/3/2011 04:55 AM

  This week's edition of Pictures Of The Week features elephants, ski jumping, and several fall festivals.

Images: Pictures of the Week

Updated: 10/3/2011 05:01 AM

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