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Favre a no-show to Packers camp _ for now - Miami Herald

By germanifa01 - July 27th, 2008, 11:20, Category: General

MILWAUKEE Brett Favre didn't report to the Green Bay Packers' training camp Sunday, temporarily easing tensions in the three-time MVP's ongoing standoff with the team. Packers spokesman Jeff Blumb confirmed Sunday that Favre did not report to camp with Packers players, who were required to report at

Russia uses US racketeering law to sue Bank of New York Mellon in Moscow for $22.5 billion - Los Angeles Times
MOSCOW (AP) _ Russian authorities are hoping to make legal history by applying an American racketeering law in a Moscow court as they seek to recover billions of dollars in damages from the Bank of New York Mellon. Hearings resume Monday in the Russian Federal Customs Service's $22.5 billion lawsuit

1 dead, six injured by church gunfire - MSNBC
WEST KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - One person was killed and at least six others were injured Sunday morning when a man opened fire inside a church in West Knoxville, according to NBC affiliate WBIR-TV. The shootings happened at the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church on Kingston Pike. One witness

Sastre sees off rivals to set up first Tour triumph - Guardian Unlimited
The predicted thunder storms did not materialise, the rain that fell so heavily over central France in the morning ceased around lunchtime, and in the end the denouement of the 2008 Tour de France defied most forecasts. Carlos Sastre survived the expected challenge of pre-race favourite Cadel Evans

Experts study whether oxygen tank could have exploded on Qantas jet, forcing emergency landing - Chicago Tribune
MANILA, Philippines (AP) _ Australian investigators are focusing on the possibility that an oxygen cylinder could have exploded mid-flight on a Qantas jumbo jet that made an emergency landing in the Philippines with a giant hole in its fuselage, officials said Sunday. Australia's Civil Aviation