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Former Co-op Bank boss Paul Flowers arrives to answer bail in connection with alleged drugs supply offences, at Stainbeck Police Station, Leeds, England, Wednesday, April 16, 2014. Police say the former chairman of Britain’s troubled Co-operative Bank has been charged with drug offenses. Paul Flowers, a Methodist minister, resigned from the bank last year amid claims of drug use and inappropriate expenses payments. He was arrested in November after a tabloid newspaper published footage of him allegedly buying crystal meth, cocaine and ketamine. West Yorkshire Police said Wednesday that Flowers faced two counts of possessing “class A,” or hard, drugs and one of possessing a class C drug. The Co-op is Britain’s biggest mutual society, active in everything from food to funerals to financial services. Last year, faced with a 1.5 billion-pound ($2.4 billion) black hole in its banking division, the Co-op agreed to a rescue plan giving hedge funds a huge share of its operations. (AP Photo/Lynne Cameron, PA Wire)     UNITED KINGDOM OUT    -    NO SALES    -    NO ARCHIVES
UK: Ex-Co-op Bank chair charged with drug offensesFormer chairman of UK's beleaguered Co-op Bank charged with drug possession
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Mt. Gox headed for bankruptcy, not rehabilitationMt. Gox bitcoin exchange in Tokyo headed for bankruptcy, not rehabilitation, on court decision
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President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's campaign manager, Abdelmalek Sellal, waves to supporters as part of a presidential campaign meeting in the Algerian capital, Algiers, Sunday, April 13, 2014. President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who will be running for his fourth five-year term, will be largely sitting out the campaign and relying on deputies to present his case after a stroke last year left the 77-year-old in a wheelchair with trouble speaking. Six candidates are running for the powerful presidency in the April 17 elections.  (AP Photo/Sidali Djarboub)
Algerian election faces disaffected populaceAlgeria's elections confronted by widespread disillusionment among young population
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Afghan policeman shoots, wounds female lawmakerAfghan policeman opens fire and wounds female lawmaker in Kabul in 'dispute'
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UK unemployment keeps falling amid recoveryUK unemployment falls below 7 percent as earnings growth outstrips inflation
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FILE - In this Feb. 1, 2012, file photo, Imam Malik Sakhawat Hussain, left, leads prayers at the Al-Mahdi Foundation in New York. As it canvassed the Northeast looking for Iranian terrorists, the New York Police Department recommended increasing surveillance of thousands of Shiite Muslims and their mosques based solely on their religion. On Tuesday, April 15, 2014, the New York City Police Department confirmed that it has disbanded the special unit that conducted surveillance on Muslim communities in both New York and New Jersey. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File)
End of NYPD Muslim surveillance program applaudedMuslim groups, civil liberties advocates applaud end of NYPD Muslim surveillance program
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FILE- In this file photo taken on Wednesday, Aug. 11,  2012,  Emmanuel de Merode, Virunga National Park director and chief warden, poses at the park headquarters in Rumangabo, some 60 kms (40 miles) north of Goma, eastern Congo. Park officials say the Belgian director of Africa's oldest national park, a reserve in conflict-ridden eastern Congo, has been shot and seriously wounded. Three gunmen ambushed de Merode on Tuesday, April 15 according spokeswoman Joanna Natasegara. A statement on the park's website said he was traveling between Goma, a main city in the east near Rwanda's border, and Rumangabo at the time Natasegara said Wednesday. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay,File)
Belgian head of Congo's Virunga park shotBelgian head of Congo's Virunga National Park shot, seriously wounded but condition improving
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Russian economy slows amid Ukraine crisisRussia's economic growth slows to 0.8 percent in Q1 amid growing tensions with Ukraine
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Gunmen kill 9 on bus in Ethiopia near dam projectGunmen kill 9, wound 7 in attack on bus in Ethiopia near construction of new Nile dam
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