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Man Sentenced to Life in Bush Attack

A court Wednesday convicted a man of trying to assassinate President Bush and the leader of Georgia by throwing a grenade at them during a rally in May 2005, and he was sentenced to life in prison. The court also convicted Vladimir Arutyunian of killing a policeman in the course of an operation to arrest him several weeks after the incident. The grenade that Arutyunian threw during the huge rally attended by Bush and President Mikhail Saakashvili landed about 100 feet from the stage where they were standing behind a bulletproof barrier and did not explode. No one was hurt. Full Story

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