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Prosecutor amends indictment in Hariri probe

The prosecutor of a U.N.-backed tribunal investigating the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri filed an amended indictment Friday. Full story

Lawyer: Bin Laden case defendant extradition soon

More than a decade of delays in bringing the man accused of being Osama bin Laden's representative in Britain to the United States for trial appears to be nearing an end, according to a lawyer seeking to represent him against charges in the deadly 1998 bombings of two U.S. embassies in Africa. Full story

Criminal charges in NY bus crash that killed 4

The driver of a double-decker Megabus that smashed into a low bridge in upstate New York in September, killing four passengers, is scheduled to be arraigned on criminal charges Monday. Full story

2 former Uribe aides face charges in spy scandal

Colombia's chief prosecutor says she intends to file criminal charges against two top officials in former President Alvaro Uribe's government for their alleged roles in a domestic spying scandal. Full story

Prayers at Sikh Temple in New York erupt in sword fight

A leadership dispute that turned violent at a Sikh temple in New York, interrupting prayers with swinging swords and cricket bats, landed congregants in court on Monday on criminal charges, a prosecutor said. Full story

Accused Somali pirate negotiator faces U.S. charges

A Somali man accused of negotiating a ransom after pirates seized a merchant ship in the Gulf of Aden has been brought to the United States to face criminal charges, the Justice Department said Thursday. Full story

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  Facebook bullies hit with criminal charges

College freshman Ally Pfeiffer says two teenagers tormented her by impersonating her on the social-networking site Facebook. NBC’s Jeff Rossen reports.