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The Israeli government, according to The Wall Street Journal, has agreed to pay about $105 million to compensate the United Nations for an incident that resulted in the killing of a UN driver and the destruction of two U schools and a World Food Program warehouse during Israel's attack on Gaza in 2009.

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Osama bin Laden's alleged driver, Salim Ahmed Hamdan, was convicted Wednesday by a military court on five counts of supporting terrorism. The decision was largely symbolic, since the U.S. had reserved the right, regardless of guilt or innocence, to detain Hamdan indefinitely. The ACLU called the verdict a "monumental debacle."

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