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US, Pakistan Try to Salvage Ties as Sen. John Kerry Visits

Updated: 05/16/2011 - A top U.S. emissary warned Pakistan on Monday that "actions not words" are needed to tackle militant sanctuaries, as the two countries tried to salvage their relationship two weeks after the U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden in a garrison town close to the national capital.

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bin Laden Was Logged Off, But Not al Qaeda

Updated: 09/07/2011 - Osama bin Laden cut himself off from direct access to the Internet during his final years in Pakistan as he attempted to elude the CIA. But the terror group he founded has been able to seize the power of the Web to spawn an army of online followers who will prolong al-Qaida's war against the West long after his demise.

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Arab League Chooses Egyptian as New Leader

Posted: 05/15/2011 - The Arab League chose a new chief Sunday, after Egypt switched candidates at the last minute to avert a divisive vote for a post that is usually determined by consensus.

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Galaxy Macau Casino Opens to Lucrative Market

Posted: 05/15/2011 - The Galaxy Macau, a multibillion-dollar casino resort complex, opened Sunday as Macau aims to draw a broader mix of visitors than the high-rolling mainland Chinese who have helped the city become the world's most lucrative gambling market.

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Miami Imam, Sons Charged With Supporting Taliban

Posted: 05/15/2011 - An elderly Miami imam and two of his sons have been arrested on federal charges they provided some $50,000 to the Pakistani Taliban, while three others in Pakistan have been indicted on charges of handling distribution of the funds, authorities say.

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IMF Chief Denies Sex Assault Charges

Updated: 05/15/2011 - Dominique Strauss-Kahn's reputation with women earned him the nickname "the great seducer," and not even an affair with a subordinate could knock the International Monetary Fund leader off a political path pointed in the direction of the French presidency.

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China Rejects Clinton's Human Rights Comments

Posted: 05/13/2011 - China has rejected comments by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton about its human rights record and says any attempts to direct the turmoil in the Middle East to China will fail.

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Musharraf Says He Will Return To Pakistan

Posted: 05/13/2011 - Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf said Friday he will return to his homeland no later than next March to resume his political ambitions despite facing arrest warrants in connection with the slaying of an ex-prime minister.

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Taliban Show Resolve to Fight on After bin Laden

Updated: 05/13/2011 - A double Taliban suicide attack Friday that killed 66 paramilitary police recruits represented the deadliest terrorist strike in Pakistan since the killing of Osama bin Laden. It sent a strong signal that militants mean to fight on and to try to avenge the al-Qaida leader.

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Man Beheads Woman in Spanish Island Supermarket

Updated: 05/13/2011 - A man beheaded a British woman in a random attack in a supermarket on the Spanish resort island of Tenerife in the Canary Islands on Friday, officials said.

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Thousands Protest Across Syria; at Least 6 Killed

Updated: 05/13/2011 - Syrian security forces opened fire on thousands of protesters Friday, killing at least six people as soldiers tried to head off demonstrations by occupying mosques and blocking public squares, human rights activists said.

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Spaniards Fearing Aftershocks Flee Quake City

Posted: 05/12/2011 - Thousands of Spaniards fled this small agricultural city Thursday, fearing major aftershocks might level it after the country's deadliest earthquakes in 55 years killed nine people and caused extensive damage.

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2 Quakes in Spain Kill 10, Injure Dozens

Updated: 05/11/2011 - Two earthquakes struck southeast Spain in quick succession Wednesday, killing at least 10 people, injuring dozens and causing major damage to buildings, officials said.

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Tripoli Sites Bombed, Rebels Claim Misrata Gains

Updated: 05/10/2011 - In a one-two punch against Moammar Gadhafi's forces, NATO warplanes struck a command center in the capital, Tripoli, on Tuesday after pounding regime targets around the besieged port of Misrata. Rebels hoped the stepped-up attacks could help extend some of their biggest advances to date, including a major outward push from Misrata.

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Ex-Nepal Foreign Minister, 82, Dies In Everest Bid

Posted: 05/09/2011 - An 82-year-old former Nepalese foreign minister has died on the slopes of Mount Everest while attempting to become the oldest person to climb the world's highest mountain, an official said Tuesday.

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NATO Bombs Tripoli, Combat Stirs Libyan East Front

Posted: 05/09/2011 - Rebels battled Moammar Gadhafi's forces on a deadlocked front line in eastern Libya, and NATO warplanes struck Tripoli early Tuesday in the heaviest bombing of the Libyan capital in weeks.

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India Court Urges Death Penalty For Honor Killing

Posted: 05/09/2011 - India's top court is recommending the death penalty for those found guilty of committing so-called "honor killings," calling it a barbaric and feudal practice.

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Egypt Riots Raise Worries Over Islamic Hard-Liners

Posted: 05/09/2011 - Deadly Muslim-Christian riots that left 12 dead and a Cairo church a burned-out husk have magnified worries in Egypt over Islamic ultraconservatives who have grown more assertive since the fall of President Hosni Mubarak. Egypt's military rulers are stumbling over how to deal with them, reluctant to crack down and spark a backlash.

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Pakistan Suspected of Retaliating After US Raid

Updated: 05/09/2011 - Suspicion rose Monday that Pakistan's intelligence service leaked the name of the CIA chief in Islamabad to local media in anger over the raid that killed Osama bin Laden - the second outing of an American covert operative here in six months.

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17 Die in Attempted Prison Break

Posted: 05/08/2011 - The man accused of masterminding an attack on a Baghdad church last year wrestled a gun from a guard at a detention facility, freed his comrades and launched an hours-long assault that ended with 17 people dead, including a top counterterrorism officer, officials and witnesses said.

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Japan Won't Abandon Nuclear Power

Posted: 05/08/2011 - Japan will maintain atomic power as a major part of its energy policy despite the country's ongoing nuclear crisis at tsunami-crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi power plant, a top official said Sunday.

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Pakistan Still Holding bin Laden's Wife, Children

Updated: 09/07/2011 - As U.S. investigators comb through a treasure trove of computer data and documents seized from Osama bin Laden's home, Pakistani officials face a more domestic task: What to do with three of the slain terrorist leader's wives and eight of his children.

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