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Thousands Line Royal Wedding Route In London

Posted: 04/29/2011 - Tens of thousands of people have lined the royal wedding route hours before Prince William and Kate Middleton marry, with the crowd in a jovial mood despite steely gray skies over London.

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What Will It Take For The Royal Marriage To Work?

Posted: 04/28/2011 - With the two simple words "I will," Prince William and Kate Middleton are ending months of buildup and sealing their love with the most public of spectacles, a wedding ceremony at Westminster Abbey that holds the promise of a royal renaissance.

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Mexico Loves Pope Despite Ties To Maciel Scandal

Posted: 04/28/2011 - From nearly the beginning of his 26-year papacy, John Paul II was known as Mexico's pope, visiting Latin America's second-largest Roman Catholic country more often than any other nation except his native Poland and France.

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Countdown to the Royal Wedding

Updated: 04/28/2011 - Each step has been rehearsed, each flower meticulously arranged, the aisle of Westminster Abbey transformed into a flowering avenue of trees.

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Gadhafi Forces Shell Frontline City in West Libya

Posted: 04/28/2011 - Moammar Gadhafi's forces shelled the rebel-held city of Misrata on Thursday, killing nine people. Regime supporters and opponents battled on another front in western Libya for control of a crossing point along the Tunisian border, killing refugees as they fled.

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Terrorist Attack Hits Cafe in Morocco, 14 Dead

Posted: 04/28/2011 - A massive terrorist bombing tore through a tourist cafe in the bustling heart of Marrakech's old quarter Thursday, killing at least 11 foreigners and three Moroccans in the country's deadliest attack in eight years.

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Japan Factory Output, Consumer Spending Plummet

Updated: 04/28/2011 - Japan's factory production and consumer spending both fell the most on record in March as the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disasters sent the country's halting economic recovery into reverse.

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China Census Shows Population Aging Rapidly

Posted: 04/27/2011 - China's population is aging rapidly, the government said Thursday, though its leaders are refusing to relax strict family planning controls that are part of the cause.

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Unity Among North Waziristan Groups Crumbles

Posted: 04/27/2011 - Crumbling unity among militants could provide the Pakistan army an opening to conduct a limited offensive against a particularly vicious Taliban group in a strategic tribal region, according to analysts and a senior military official.

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Bomb Hits Pakistan Navy Bus In Karachi, 5 Dead

Posted: 04/27/2011 - A roadside bomb hit a bus taking Pakistani navy employees to work in Karachi on Thursday, killing five people in the third such attack this week and just days after the army chief claimed to have "broken the backbone" of militants.

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Afghan Pilot Kills 9 Americans

Posted: 04/27/2011 - An Afghan military pilot killed eight American soldiers and a U.S. contractor at the Kabul airport Wednesday after they argued at a meeting, officials said.

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Obama Directs $25M Non-Lethal Aid to Libyan Rebels

Posted: 04/26/2011 - President Barack Obama has ordered the expenditure of up to $25 million in surplus government goods to support Libyan opposition groups and protect civilians threatened by Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's forces.

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Thailand Shuts Down Opposition Radio

Posted: 04/26/2011 - Thai authorities forced the closure of 13 anti-government radio stations Tuesday in the biggest crackdown on dissident media since a state of emergency during street protests last year.

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Holy Man Considered "Living God" Dies

Posted: 04/23/2011 - PUTTAPARTI, India (AP) - A doctor says Hindu holy man Sathya Sai Baba, considered a living god by followers, has died. He was 86.

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Former Sony President Dies at 81

Posted: 04/23/2011 - TOKYO (AP) - As a young man, aspiring opera singer Norio Ohga wrote to Sony to complain about the quality of its tape recorders.

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Shooting Near Joseph's Tomb

Posted: 04/23/2011 - JERUSALEM (AP) - Palestinians shot and killed one Israeli and wounded two others early Sunday near Joseph's Tomb, a Jewish holy site inside the Palestinian city of Nablus, the Israeli military and rescue services said.

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Yemeni President Agrees To Step Down In 30 Days

Posted: 04/23/2011 - Yemen's embattled president agreed Saturday to a proposal by Gulf Arab mediators to step down within 30 days and hand power to his deputy in exchange for immunity from prosecution, a major about-face for the autocratic leader who has ruled for 32 years.

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Syria Death Toll Hits 120 Over 2 Days, Group Says

Posted: 04/23/2011 - The death toll from two days of violence in Syria reached 120 Saturday as security forces fired on tens of thousands of mourners who shouted for the regime's downfall during funeral processions, a human rights group said.

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UK Woman Dropped Into Sea In Botched Rescue Dies

Posted: 04/23/2011 - A 73-year-old British woman who was accidentally dropped into the Norwegian Sea as rescue workers took her off a cruise ship late last month has died at a hospital in England.

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2 Syrian Legislators Resign Over Violence

Updated: 04/23/2011 - Syrian security forces fired on tens of thousands of mourners during funeral processions Saturday, killing at least nine people as the mounting death toll prompted two Syrian lawmakers to resign in disgust over the killings.

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