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News Briefing: Charity Trial Witness Falters

By Kate Golden on August 17, 2007No Comment
  • A government witness in the trial against the Holy Land Foundation falters on the stand.  [Los Angeles Times]
  • Darfur refugees hopeful that a hybrid U.N.-African Union force could be on its way to Darfur before the end of the year.  [Reuters]
  • Governor Corzine’s foundation donated $4.2 million last year, including large grants to the World Trade Center Memorial Fund and to an evangelical ministry.  [Newsday]
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