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Oakland police clear anti-Wall Street protest, arrest 75

Oakland police officers sifted through items left behind yesterday by protesters who were evicted from a city plaza where they were camping out for about two weeks. Oakland police officers sifted through items left behind yesterday by protesters who were evicted from a city plaza where they were camping out for about two weeks. (Ben Margot/Associated Press)
Associated Press / October 26, 2011

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Five people and four companies have been indicted for allegedly plotting to export 6,000 radio control devices to Iran, including 16 of the items that were found in improvised explosive devices in Iraq, the Justice Department announced yesterday. Authorities in Singapore arrested four people in the case Monday. The fifth defendant is a resident of Iran who remains at large.

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