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For April 25, 2011 – Details released about Guantanamo detainees, Rep. Giffords to attend shuttle launch Friday, Gadhafi compound hit by airstrikes...
• WikiLeaks reveals details about Guantanamo detainees: "Nearly 800 classified U.S. military documents obtained by WikiLeaks reveal extraordinary details about the alleged terrorist activities of al Qaeda operatives captured and housed at the U.S. Navy's detention facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba."
• Air traffic resumes at tornado-hit St. Louis airport: "Flights resumed Sunday at the main airport in St. Louis after a tornado struck, knocking out power, shattering windows and sending passengers scrambling for cover from falling debris. A handful of incoming flights touched down at Lambert-St. Louis Airport Saturday night for the first time after the powerful tornado hit Friday night. Airport spokesman Jeff Lea said Sunday morning that outgoing flights had resumed and were running on schedule."
• Rep. Giffords cleared to attend shuttle launch: "Astronaut Mark Kelly visits U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords twice a day, witnessing and aiding her recovery from a devastating bullet wound suffered nearly four months ago. Friday, the Arizona congresswoman will witness her husband's own inspiring moment: Commanding the space shuttle Endeavour on its last launch."
• Libyan state TV says Gadhafi compound hit by airstrikes: "The sounds of loud explosions and jets pierced through the Libyan capital of Tripoli on Monday as state-run TV reported that airstrikes flattened a building at Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's compound. The airstrikes appeared to be some of the heaviest attacks by NATO in the last few weeks as the deadly fighting in Libya rages on. Libyan state TV said military and civilian casualties resulted from the strike on the Bab el-Azizia compound."
• Royal wedding fever hits the candy store hits the candy store: Think royal wedding mania has escaped the bubble gum and baseball card set? Well, think again. Bazooka Candy Brands has put together a limited edition Swarovski crystal-encrusted Ring Pop. The blue jewel itself is the same size and shape of the classic Ring Pop lollipop, except it is not edible."