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French court backs extradition
of suspect in abortionist slaying
The three-judge panel in Rennes said it was recommending extradition of James Charles Kopp only on the condition that "the death penalty will not be requested, pronounced or applied." One of the FBI's most wanted fugitives, Kopp, 46, is charged in the 1998 sniper killing of a New York doctor who performed abortions. The U.S. agreed not to seek the death penalty.
Castro allows children to leave
in a "reverse Elian' controversy
In a case that recalled Cuban castaway Elian Gonzalez, Castro's government agreed to let a little girl and her half brother emigrate to Miami …