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House: Obama Launched War Without Approval

Updated: 06/03/2011 - The House is poised to reproach President Barack Obama for dispatching U.S. forces against Libya without getting congressional approval.

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Mexico Charges Criminal Tied To Mass Killings

Posted: 06/02/2011 - Mexico has filed charges against the alleged leader of a ruthless cell of the Zetas drug cartel who authorities say masterminded the mass killings of more than 250 people in a northern border state.

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Fire At Chevron Oil Refinery In Wales, 4 Killed

Posted: 06/02/2011 - An explosion in a storage tank caused a fire at a Chevron oil refinery in Wales on Thursday, killing four contractors and seriously injuring another worker, the company said.

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UN Says New AIDS Infections Dropped Since 2001

Updated: 06/02/2011 - The last decade has seen a nearly 25 percent decline in new HIV infections, a reduction in AIDS-related deaths, and "unprecedented advances" in access to treatment, prevention services and care, the United Nations AIDS agency said in a report released Thursday night.

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Mexico's Pemex Sues 9 US Companies In Oil Thefts

Updated: 06/01/2011 - Mexico's state-owned oil company announced Wednesday it has filed a lawsuit against nine U.S. companies and two individuals for alleged involvement in buying or processing Mexican oil products stolen by gangs.

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Rats Found On Qantas Plane Just Before Takeoff

Updated: 06/01/2011 - A flight crew checking the cabin of a Qantas plane before takeoff found rats in a compartment holding medical equipment, grounding the plane for more than a day, a spokeswoman said Thursday.

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Japan's PM Under Pressure To Resign Over Crisis

Updated: 06/01/2011 - Prime Minister Naoto Kan, facing a no-confidence vote in parliament, said Thursday he will consider resigning once Japan's efforts to recover from its earthquake and tsunami disaster take firm hold.

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Street Battles in Yemeni Capital Leave 41 Dead

Posted: 06/01/2011 - Government forces and tribal fighters exchanged gun and artillery fire in Yemen's capital early Wednesday, sending the crackle of gunfire and resounding booms over the city in fresh fighting that killed at least 41 people. The fighting spread to new areas, with tribesmen from the powerful Hasid confederation seizing buildings in neighborhoods in the city's south and northwest.

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Witnesses: Car Bomb Explodes in Libyan City

Posted: 06/01/2011 - A car bomb exploded Wednesday next to the Tebesty Hotel, where foreign diplomats stay in the Libyan rebels' de facto capital of Benghazi.

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Armstrong Attorney Demands Apology from 60 Minutes

Updated: 06/01/2011 - Last week, the head of Switzerland's anti-doping laboratory, Martial Saugy, denied allegations Armstrong tested positive for performing-enhancing drugs during the 2001 Tour de Suisse.

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Mladic Extradited to UN Court in The Hague

Posted: 05/31/2011 - Ratko Mladic has been placed in U.N. custody at a detention unit to await trial for genocide, 16 years after he was charged by the court for the killing of 8,000 Muslim men and boys in the worst massacre of civilians in Europe since World War II.

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26 Dead as Bus Crashes into Pond

Updated: 05/30/2011 - An official says at least 26 people have been killed when a bus carrying a wedding party crashed into a large pond in India's remote northeast.

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Japan Jobless Rate Rises

Updated: 05/30/2011 - Japan's unemployment rate in April rose for the first time in six months, while the nation's industrial production rebounded weakly from a record drop following March's earthquake and tsunami.

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Push for Abortion Ban to Make More Babies

Posted: 05/30/2011 - Russia's Orthodox Church teamed with Conservative parliamentarians Monday to push legislation that would radically restrict abortions in a nation struggling to cope with one of the world's lowest birthrates.

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Church to Pay for Sex Abuse

Posted: 05/30/2011 - The Belgian church says it is willing to pay compensation to victims of sexual abuse by clergy to help those abused restore their dignity.

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Nuclear Workers May Have Faced Radiation Exposure

Updated: 05/30/2011 - Two workers at Japan's crippled nuclear plant might have exceeded a radiation exposure limit amid concerns about the risks faced by the workers struggling to contain the crisis.

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Venezuelans Protest US Sanctions Against Oil Company

Posted: 05/29/2011 - Thousands of government supporters jammed into a plaza Sunday to protest U.S. sanctions against Venezuela's state oil company, the latest in a series of demonstrations encouraged by President Hugo Chavez to invoke nationalist sentiments.

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Cheetah Captured While Roaming Abu Dhabi

Posted: 05/29/2011 - A city of gleaming skyscrapers along the Persian Gulf hardly seems a fitting habitat for a cheetah, but there it was prowling among residential villas in Abu Dhabi.

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US Soldiers in Afghanistan Mark Memorial Day

Updated: 05/29/2011 - Nearly a decade later, after more than 1,400 killed in combat, some U.S. troops paused for a moment Sunday to remember what brought America to Afghanistan and to honor the lives that continue to be lost.

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Clashes Erupt to Protest Mladic Arrest

Posted: 05/29/2011 - Protesters throwing stones and bottles clashed with baton-wielding riot police Sunday in Belgrade after several thousand Serbian nationalist supporters of jailed war-crimes suspect Ratko Mladic rallied outside the parliament building to demand his release.

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Younger Castro Brother Turns 80 in Aging Regime

Posted: 05/29/2011 - Cuban President Raul Castro is set to join elder sibling Fidel in the ranks of octogenarians this week, even as he spearheads efforts to rejuvenate the Communist-run island's tired economy.

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Speeding Bus Hits 6 During Marathon

Posted: 05/28/2011 - A bus raced out of control down a set of steps and into a busy square during the Stockholm Marathon on Saturday, injuring six people and causing a panic among spectators, officials and witnesses said.

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UNAIDS to Vatican: Pope's HIV-Condom View Helpful

Updated: 05/28/2011 - The head of the U.N. AIDS agency told a Vatican conference Saturday that the pope had opened the door to greater dialogue with his groundbreaking comments on condoms and HIV prevention — even as Vatican officials stressed abstinence and marital fidelity as the best prevention.

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