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Producer prices up 0.7 percent in Europe

BRUSSELS, March 2 (UPI) — Producer prices in the European Union rose 0.7 percent in January from December, Eurostat, the region’s data office, said Friday.

‘Aspen Hill Rapist’ gets more life terms

ROCKVILLE, Md., March 2 (UPI) — Timothy Buzbee, who has spent three decades in prison for a series of rapes in Maryland, was sentenced to three additional life terms, officials said.

Wieners linked to listeria

MONTREAL, March 2 (UPI) — A Canadian meat producer is recalling hot dogs in Ontario and Quebec that may be contaminated with listeria, federal inspectors say.

Clooney says gay buzz doesn’t bother him

NEW YORK, March 2 (UPI) — Hollywood heartthrob George Clooney says he doesn’t care if some people think he is gay because he has no plans to marry and supports gay causes.

Search halted for fourth chopper crash victim

MOBILE, Ala., March 2 (UPI) — Searchers who recovered three bodies after a helicopter crash off the Alabama coast suspended their search for a fourth man, the U.S. Coast Guard said.

Hostage incident ends in Greece

KOMOTINI, Greece, March 2 (UPI) — A hostage incident in Greece ended Friday when a fired worker surrendered after allegedly shooting and wounding three people at a factory, authorities said.

Al-Shabaab loses more ground in Somalia

MOGADISHU, Somalia, March 2 (UPI) — Somali and African Union forces have taken control of a base used by al-Shabaab forces outside of Mogadishu, an AU commander said.

Construction expands in Britain in month

LONDON, March 2 (UPI) — The Purchasing Managers Index for Britain’s construction sector rose in February, the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply said.

U.S. very concerned by Sudanese conflicts

WASHINGTON, March 2 (UPI) — Sudan and South Sudan are drifting further from commitments outlined in a 2005 peace agreement, the U.S. State Department warned.

Amnesty International calls for end to NGO charges in Egypt

CAIRO, March 2 (UPI) — Amnesty International is urging Egyptian officials to drop all charges against aid group members on trial for allegedly violating the country’s association law.

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