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  • BP Amoco to Pay U.S. $20.5 Million to Resolve Allegations of Royalty Underpayments from Indian and Federal Lands (09/16/2011)
  • Donor support to help reduce poverty and improve lives still falling short (09/16/2011)
  • World leaders must take binding steps to curb unhealthy food industry (09/16/2011)
  • Haiti: UN calls on world to stand by aid pledges at critical juncture for stability (09/16/2011)
  • UN agencies scaling up assistance to flood-affected Pakistanis (09/16/2011)
  • Ban warns on replacing ozone-depleting gases with greenhouse substitutes (09/16/2011)
  • Former Indianapolis City-County Councilman Convicted for Soliciting a Bribe and Attempted Extortion (09/16/2011)
  • Former Jerseyville Bank Vice President Convicted (09/16/2011)
  • Kansas Attorney, British Real Estate Speculator Plead Guilty to $52 Million Ponzi Scheme (09/16/2011)
  • Bridgestone Corporation Agrees to Plead Guilty to Participating in Conspiracies to Rig Bids and Bribe Foreign Government Officials (09/15/2011)
  • Texas Federal Court Bars Two Men from Promoting Alleged Tax Scam Involving Fictitious Methane at Landfills (09/15/2011)
  • UN stands ready for turbulent times ahead (09/15/2011)
  • Violent crime threatens development in Latin America and Caribbean (09/15/2011)
  • Millions set to benefit from UN-Luxembourg partnership for food aid (09/15/2011)
  • UN marks International Day of Peace with call to make your voice heard (09/15/2011)
  • Coca cultivation in Bolivia remains stable, UN report finds (09/15/2011)
  • Manhattan U.S. Attorney Charges Former Consultant and Former Investment Professional with Insider Trading Scheme That Reaped More Than $2.6 Million in Illegal Profits (09/15/2011)
  • Former Bookkeeper Indicted on $2 Million Fraud Charge (09/15/2011)
  • Former Walnut Creek Financial Adviser Sentenced to More Than Five Years in Prison for Stealing from Clients (09/15/2011)
  • Former Natchez County, Miss., Officer Sentenced for Theft and Civil Rights Violations (09/14/2011)
  • Justice Department Awards $118 Million to Enhance, Support Tribal Justice and Safety (09/14/2011)
  • Final Defendant Pleads Guilty for His Role in International Conspiracy Involving the Forced Labor of Eastern European Women in Detroit-Area Exotic Dance Clubs (09/14/2011)
  • As global population nears 7 billion, UN capitalizes on new opportunities (09/14/2011)
  • Somali consensus on end of transition paves way for restoring stability (09/14/2011)
  • Toll from Pakistani rains mounts as flooding spreads, UN reports (09/14/2011)
  • Outsourcing to private security contractors threatens rights, UN panel warns (09/14/2011)
  • Detroit Man Pleads Guilty to Threatening Couple Because of Their Race (09/13/2011)
  • Three Plead Guilty to Conspiracy to Provide Material Support to the Pakistani Taliban (09/13/2011)
  • Second California Aftermarket Auto Lights Distributor Agrees to Plead Guilty in Price-Fixing Conspiracy (09/13/2011)
  • St. Michaels Man Pleads Guilty to Tilghman Island Bank Robbery (09/13/2011)
  • Flying Horse Sentenced for Assault with a Dangerous Weapon (09/13/2011)
  • Chicago Man Indicted for Making Bomb Threat Targeting Southern Illinois University in Carbondale (09/13/2011)
  • Yemen: UN report urges probe into alleged human rights abuses (09/13/2011)
  • Ban forwards report on Sri Lanka war crimes to top UN human rights body (09/13/2011)
  • Yemeni group receives prestigious UN award for assisting refugees (09/13/2011)
  • UN agency renews funding appeal for emergency programmes in Gaza (09/13/2011)
  • Maxim Healthcare Services Charged with Fraud, Agrees to Pay Approximately $150 Million, Enact Reforms After False Billings Revealed as Common Practice (09/12/2011)
  • Accenture Pays U.S. $63.675 Million to Settle False Claims Act Allegations (09/12/2011)
  • Countries in political transition should exercise restraint, says UN rights chief (09/12/2011)
  • After Japanese reactor accident, UN agency pledges to restore faith in nuclear power (09/12/2011)
  • UN chief voices sadness after deadly pipeline explosion in Kenyan capital (09/12/2011)
  • UN Human Rights Council appoints experts to probe Syrian violence (09/12/2011)
  • Sierra Leone: UN envoy praises stability and urges calm ahead of polls next year (09/12/2011)
  • German Shipping Company Sentenced in Puerto Rico to Pay $800,000 Penalty for Intentional Cover-Up of Oil Pollution (09/09/2011)
  • Former CEO of U.S. Telecommunications Company Sentenced to 46 Months in Prison for Bribing Foreign Government Officials (09/09/2011)
  • Former Fort Pierce, Fla., Detective and Tax Preparer Sentenced for Tax Fraud (09/09/2011)
  • UN rights office calls on Nigeria to address renewed ethnic, religious violence (09/09/2011)
  • Countries need to pay more attention to managing fires near forests (09/09/2011)
  • UN-backed meeting in Kigali focuses on role of youth in getting Africa online (09/09/2011)
  • Additional Charges Filed Against HSI Special Agent and Her Sister for Obstruction and Other Federal Violations (09/09/2011)
  • Republic Man Pleads Guilty to Gambling Conspiracy; Operated Poker Games in His Home (09/09/2011)
  • Marlborough Man Admits Role in Multi-Million-Dollar Bank Fraud Conspiracy (09/09/2011)
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