New York Times
New York Times
Unconfirmed photographs and video circulated on social networking sites, purporting to be from the factory, showed smashed windows, riot police officers and large groups of workers milling around. The Foxconn plant, in the Chinese city of Taiyuan ...
Hon Hai Riot Underlines Squeeze on Chinese ManufacturersWall Street Journal
Chinese electronics factory closed after 2000 riotReuters
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The public corruption trial against former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick; his father Bernard Kilpatrick; his longtime friend Bobby Ferguson, and ex-city water directorVictor Mercado, got under way Friday wirh opening statements. The federal government ...
Kwame Kilpatrick corruption trial: Defendants were out for money, US allegesDetroit Free Press
Corruption Trial Opens for Former Detroit MayorABC News
US outlines corruption case against ex-Detroit mayorChicago Tribune
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Los Angeles Times
A man who has spent 19 years in prison for murder is expected to be ordered freed Friday afternoon after the sole eyewitness, a survivor of the drive-by shooting, recanted his testimony. John Edward Smith, who was an 18-year-old gang member when he ...
John Edward Smith, former Calif. gang member, likely to be cleared of murder ...CBS News
Gang Member to Be Exonerated of MurderABC News
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