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Rocket Attack Kills 3 American Soldiers In Iraq

Updated: 06/30/2011 - A rocket attack on a U.S. base near Iraq's border with Iran killed three American soldiers, an official said Thursday, blaming the strike on a Shiite militia linked to Tehran.

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UK Sends Body Armor, Police Uniforms To Libya

Updated: 06/30/2011 - Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague says the U.K. is sending body armor, police uniforms and communications equipment to the police force of Libya's opposition.

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China Typhoon

Posted: 06/24/2011 - China alerted Shanghai and four coastal provinces Friday evening that a tropical storm is expected to intensify and become the season's first typhoon to strike China.

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Yemen Explosion

Posted: 06/24/2011 - Yemeni officials say a large explosion has killed three security personnel in the southern port city of Aden.

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Iran Nuclear Talks

Posted: 06/24/2011 - The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency has confirmed being invited to visit Iran. But he says he will go only if there is hope of resolving major differences over the Islamic Republic's atomic activities.

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Brazil Hackers

Posted: 06/24/2011 - Hackers have struck a Brazilian government website for the third straight day.

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Michelle Obama in Botswana

Posted: 06/24/2011 - Michelle Obama wielded a brush Friday and helped paint a mural at a children's HIV/AIDS clinic here as she opened the second leg of a weeklong visit to southern Africa.

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London Olympics Criticism

Posted: 06/24/2011 - The second round of ticket sales for the 2012 London Olympics drew fresh public criticism within hours of its launch on Friday for the slowness of the website.

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Libya Latest

Posted: 06/24/2011 - Dozens of detained rebels returned Friday on a Red Cross ship to their eastern stronghold, detailing how they were tortured at the hands of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's forces.

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Nuke Plant Owner Paying $1 Billion to Residents

Updated: 06/22/2011 - The owner of Japan's tsunami-damaged nuclear plant will pay an estimated $1 billion (88 billion yen) to thousands of residents who evacuated homes near the radiation-leaking plant and don't yet know when they can return.

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Israel Apple Protest

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Posted: 06/21/2011 - The Israeli government has appealed to Apple Inc. to remove an application called "ThirdIntifada" from its App Store.

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Baghdad Bombings

Posted: 06/21/2011 - Twin explosions including a suicide bombing killed at least 22 people and wounded dozens early Tuesday near a government compound in a rare attack in the Shiite heartland, Iraqi officials said.

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Arrest Made in Cyber Attacks


Posted: 06/21/2011 - A 19-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of involvement with cyber attacks on Sony and the CIA website, British police said Tuesday.

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Russia Buys French Warships

Posted: 06/17/2011 - Russia signed a contract Friday worth more than $1 billion to buy two French warships - the largest military deal between a NATO country and Moscow in a move that will likely worry some of Russia's neighbors.

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UPS Restricted from Shipping Some UK Cargo

Updated: 06/17/2011 - Shipping company UPS has been barred from moving air cargo through some U.K. facilities because of security flaws, the British government said Friday after it carried out security tests.

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Egyptian Treasures Tour Reno

Posted: 06/17/2011 - Ancient Egyptian beliefs about life, death, and the afterlife are explored in To Live Forever: Egyptian Treasures from the Brooklyn Museum, the new exhibit at the Nevada Museum Of Art. The exhibit runs through June but on Saturday, June 18 you can head to the museum and check out the exhibit for free.

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Two Afghanistan Men Sentenced to Death

Updated: 06/14/2011 - Afghan court officials say two men who stormed a Jalalabad bank in February and killed at least 38 people at point blank range are to be hanged.

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Clinton: Africa Should Sever Ties With Gadhafi

Updated: 06/14/2011 - The nations of Africa should sever all links with Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi despite his long support and patronage for many African leaders, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Monday.

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