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For August 23, 2012 – Flesh-eating bacteria survivor Aimee Copeland goes home, Florida and the Caribbean brace for Tropical Storm Isaac, and 'Accidental' removed from Natalie Wood's death certificate...
• Flesh-eating bacteria survivor Aimee Copeland goes home: "Aimee Copeland was spending her first night at home Wednesday since flesh-eating bacteria forced the amputation of her hands, leg and foot three months ago."
• Florida, the Caribbean brace for Tropical Storm Isaac: "Not yet a hurricane, Tropical Storm Isaac has already delivered shock waves from the Caribbean to Florida, postponing terror trial hearings in Cuba and posing a potential threat to next week's GOP convention in Tampa."
• Gambia vows to execute all death row inmates by September, sparking outcry: "Gambia plans to execute all death row prisoners by September, the president said this week, sparking condemnation from human rights groups worldwide. The tiny West African nation last executed an inmate about 30 years ago."
• Hedge funds are betting on disaster: "Hedge funds are betting on a disaster hitting the financial markets within the next several quarters, with managers holding onto historic levels of cash."
• 'Accidental' removed from Natalie Wood's death certificate: "Information gathered by a renewed investigation into actress Natalie Wood's 1981 drowning death has persuaded the Los Angeles coroner to remove 'accidental' from her death certificate, a detective said."
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