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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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Turkey Hosts Forum on Poorest Nations

Posted: 05/08/2011 - The acute problems of the world's poorest countries form the agenda of a U.N.-backed conference this week in Turkey, which has sought to balance its traditional Western alliances with growing ties to Africa, the Middle East and other developing regions.

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Pope Visits Venice, Urges Welcome for Immigrants

Updated: 05/08/2011 - Pope Benedict XVI urged Italy on Sunday to welcome immigrants fleeing to its shores, invoking the historic role of Venice and the once influential church in nearby Aquileia as a cultural bridges during his two-day visit to northern Italy.

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Mexico Sending Troops To North Amid Attacks

Posted: 05/06/2011 - Drug cartel gunmen fired on a military convoy with a grenade launcher and hit a bus carrying employees of a U.S.-owned assembly plant, wound a soldier and five civilians.

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Singapore Votes As Ruling Party Faces Tough Test

Posted: 05/06/2011 - Singapore's ruling party faced its toughest challenge since independence in 1965 as voters in the Southeast Asian city-state went to the polls Saturday for parliamentary elections.

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Death Toll From Mexican Mine Blast Rises To 9

Posted: 05/06/2011 - Rescue crews on Friday recovered three more bodies from a coal mine in northern Mexico hit by a gas explosion earlier this week, raising the confirmed death toll to nine.

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Reno Freezes Slots

Posted: 05/06/2011 - The Reno City Council is putting a freeze on the number businesses in town allowed to operate with restricted gaming licenses that allow for 15 or fewer slot machines.

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bin Laden's Wife Speaks

Posted: 05/06/2011 - She had been living in the al-Qaida chief's final hideout for five years without leaving the upper floors of the house.

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Northern Ireland Voters Asked To Back Powersharing

Posted: 05/04/2011 - Voters in Northern Ireland are being asked to back renewed power-sharing between their Protestant and Catholic leaders, an experiment in compromise designed to end decades of bloody conflict over the territory's future.

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11 Bodies Found In Mexico Pits, Total Now 121

Updated: 05/04/2011 - Investigators in the northern Mexico state of Durango said they found the remains of 10 men and one woman in mass graves in the state capital Wednesday, bringing the total of bodies recovered there to 121.

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Workers Enter Japan Nuclear Reactor Building

Posted: 05/04/2011 - Workers entered one of the damaged reactor buildings at Japan's stricken nuclear power plant Thursday for the first time since it was rocked by an explosion in the days after a devastating earthquake, the country's nuclear safety agency said.

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Last World War I Combat Vet Dies In Australia

Posted: 05/04/2011 - Claude Stanley Choules, the last known combat veteran of World War I, died Thursday at a nursing home in the Western Australia city of Perth, his family said. He was 110.

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5 Decapitated Bodies Found Near Mexican Capital

Posted: 05/03/2011 - Police in the suburbs of Mexico City found a total of five decapitated bodies on Tuesday accompanied by written messages of the kind frequently left by drug gangs.

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3 Dead, 11 Trapped In Mexican Coal Mine Explosion

Updated: 05/03/2011 - Mexican officials who had hoped to call in Chilean experts to help rescue 14 miners trapped in a coal mine instead have had to break the tragic news to relatives that three bodies had already been found and there was little hope the 11 others had survived.

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Popular Palestinian Premier Could Be On Way Out

Posted: 05/03/2011 - There are growing signs that the Palestinian prime minister, Salam Fayyad, could be on his way out, as the rival Fatah and Hamas movements prepare to sign a reconciliation deal this week and form a new "unity government."

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Swiss Identify Nearly $1 Billion Gadhafi Assets To Freeze

Posted: 05/02/2011 - The Swiss government says it has identified potential assets to be frozen worth 830 million Swiss francs ($957 million) belonging to Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi and the ousted presidents of Egypt and Tunisia.

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