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Amir Khan and Lamont Peterson exchange punches during their WBA Super Lightweight and IBF Junior Welterweight title fight in Washington

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Amir Khan tonight blamed referee Joseph Cooper for his shock light-welterweight world title defeat by Lamont Peterson, insisting he was "against two people" in the ring.

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Woman claims 'D B Cooper', who bailed out of plane with $200,000 ransom, was her uncle.

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It is thought that more than 9,000 people have paid to watch Amir Khan fight in Washington DC tonight, proving that the teenager from the Athens Olympics is finally, against the odds and reason, a global star of the ring.

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Knox tells Obama's agent: now I'll sell my story

Amanda Knox is planning to sell her story of her murder trial after hiring a literary agent to negotiate what she hopes will be a lucrative book deal.

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MPs call for revamp of extradition laws with US

MPs last night demanded an overhaul of extradition laws after the battle between Britain and the United States over the alleged computer hacker Gary McKinnon intensified.

Sir David Richmond, a key player in Bell Pottinger’s international division

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Britain is gaining a reputation as an international centre of image laundering, with the lack of regulation meaning that PR companies can represent the most repressive regimes without public scrutiny.

Amir Khan trains in Hollywood's Wild Card gym. He got to know Gary Speed at Bolton Wanderers: 'He was respected so much by the other lads'

Boxing: Khan builds on reputation as Golden Boy

British Fighter of the Year defends titles against elusive Peterson amid sadness over friend Speed

Michele Bachmann brushes off Hurricane Irene joke

Republican White House hopeful Michele Bachmann insisted yesterday she was joking when she said a hurricane and quake were God's warning to Washington, in an effort to control the damage from her latest controversial comments.

Stephen Foley: Washington battened down for a storm in a Starbucks coffee cup

US Outlook: Howard Schultz has brewed up a storm with his pledge to withhold campaign contributions to US politicians until they stop their destructive squabbling and put a proper budget deal in place – a budget deal that cuts the national debt in the long term with the mix of cut and tax rises that every economist says are necessary, and also gives an urgent boost to the economy now.

US 'unlikely' to sell F-16 fighter jets to Taiwan

The sale of 66 American F-16 fighter jets to Taiwan, which would cause fury in Beijing, now appears unlikely to go through, according to sources. Taiwan has repeatedly asked Washington to agree to sell it the advanced fighters, citing the need to counter the growing military strength of China, which views the island as a breakaway province.

Video: Shot Congresswoman gets standing ovation

Congresswoman and Arizona shooting survivor Gabrielle Giffords is met with applause during her return to Washington.

Pakistan: US drone attacks kill 45 militants

At least 45 suspected militants have been killed in a series of missile strikes from US drone aircraft in Pakistan's north-west, one of the largest death tolls to date in the controversial air bombing campaign.

US ambassador resigns over WikiLeaks fallout

After a campaign lasting several months, the Mexican president, Felipe Calderon, has secured the resignation of the US ambassador to the country, whose criticism of the government's efforts to tackle drug-related violence was revealed by WikiLeaks.

Mexican cartel threatens new police chief

The new police chief in the violent Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez received a threat on just his second day on the job.

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