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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A victim of an Oklahoma City police officer convicted of rape and sexually battery says he "picked the wrong lady to stop that night." Jannie Ligons (JAY'-nee LIHG'-uns) complained to the police and a local TV station, triggering an investigation that led to charges that Daniel Holtzclaw had assaulted 13 women. He was convicted of charges involving eight of the women. The jury recommended sentences totaling more than 200 years.

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — A review of evidence by The Associated Press finds that four of the nine people killed in a biker melee outside a Waco, Texas, restaurant were struck by bullets from the same caliber of rifle fired by Waco police. It's not clear whether any bikers had similar guns to the police that day. Bikers have criticized the way police dealt with the incident.

NEW YORK (AP) — Another sharp drop in the price of oil has prompted investors to dump stocks again, leaving the U.S. market with its worst weekly loss since the summer. Oil and gas companies led stocks lower, capping an ugly week. The Dow Jones lost 309 points. The S&P gave up 39 points. The Nasdaq declined 111 points.

BEIRUT (AP) — The son of Libya's late leader Moammar Gadhafi has been kidnapped in Lebanon. Militants are demanding information about the fate of a Shiite cleric who went missing in Libya decades ago. Hannibal Gadhafi appeared in a video aired tonight on local Al-Jadeed TV.

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — A car bomb explosion by the Taliban has hit a diplomatic area of central Kabul, killing a Spanish police officer and wounding seven civilians. During the night, the area was rocked by at least five more explosions and gunfire as security forces tried to flush out Taliban attackers.

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