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  Operation of Hope, a charitable organization serving children, will honor Bianca Jagger and Brenda Hampton at its gala in Los Angeles on Nov. 19.  
  Willie Shannon, convicted of shooting a man during a 1992 carjacking in Houston, has been executed, marking the 24th death penalty carried out in Texas in 2006.  
  U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Zalmay Khalilzad said this week's congressional power shift will not bring immediate change to U.S. policy in Iraq.  
  A shake-up at the Pentagon is expected if the U.S. Senate confirms former CIA Director Robert Gates as secretary of Defense, Voice of America reported.  
  Danske Bank AS is buying Finland's Sampo PLC's banking assets for $5.15 billion as it extends its reach toward resurgent eastern markets.  
  Former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, 81, was admitted to a hospital Thursday in Kuala Lumpur after reportedly suffering a mild heart attack.  
  A federal judge in California has blocked enforcement of an initiative approved by the state's voters this week imposing new restrictions on sex offenders.  
  A national survey of Afghans indicates more of them have lost confidence in the direction Afghanistan has taken in the past two years.  
  The European Space Agency celebrated the first anniversary of its Venus Express spacecraft Thursday as it continues its detailed examination of Venus.  
  The European Union, considering Turkey's admission, has warned membership talks may be canceled unless Ankara improves its human rights record.  
  Entertainer Bill Cosby and a woman who accused him of drugging and fondling her in Philadelphia last year have settled a civil lawsuit.  
  Presumptive U.S. House Speaker Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., says the new Democratic majority has no intention of cutting funding for the war in Iraq.  
  Iraqi court officials are disputing Prime Minister Nouri Kamal al-Maliki's claim deposed leader Saddam Hussein can be executed by the end of the year.  
  U.S. scientists have found where and how some plant seeds store iron, a valuable discovery in fighting iron deficiency and malnutrition in humans.  
  Microsoft is cutting Universal Music Group in on the sales of its new Zune digital music player in a deal that has caused a buzz in the music industry.  

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