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Astana says Armstrong will be in Tour de France - Caspar Star-Tribune

By germanifa01 - March 24th, 2009, 16:49, Category: General


Astana says Armstrong will be in Tour de France - Caspar Star-Tribune
PALENCIA, Spain - Lance Armstrong's team manager is confident a broken collarbone won't prevent the cycling great from riding in the Giro d'Italia or Tour de France. "I don't think this changes anything for the Tour de France," Astana team manager Johan Bruyneel said Tuesday. "A broken collarbone in

Immaculata U Finally Revealed As Mass Grave For Irish Catholics - Philebrity.com
I mean, hey, we could have told you that when we were undergrads at St. Joe’s! HIYO! No, but really: Historians digging around near Immaculata University believe they’ve found the storied mass grave site of 57 Irish workers who died near the site in the mid-1800s: In June, 1832, a group of 57

U.S. moves to deport John Demjanjuk to face war crimes charges in Germany - CJAD
CLEVELAND - German officials are being asked for travel documents needed to deport accused Nazi death camp guard John Demjanjuk to face 29,000 counts of accessory to murder, U.S. officials said Tuesday. Immigration and Customs Enforcement provided an email to The Associated Press showing that it has

Michael Jackson's Crystal Gloves Put On Display - CBS 3 Philadelphia
One of Michael Jackson's crystal-encrusted gloves will be on display in Times Square this week in a preview of a planned auction of the pop legend's possessions. Some 2,000 items taken from Jackson's Neverland Ranch are scheduled to be sold during a televised auction in April. It is still unclear

Ice on wings becomes main focus in Montana crash - WTOP Radio
WASHINGTON (AP) - Speculation over the crash of a single-engine turboprop plane into a cemetery shifted to ice on the wings Monday after it became less likely that overloading was to blame, given that half of the 14 people on board were small children. While descending Sunday in preparation for