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French Retirement Protests Take Violent Turn

Posted: 10/19/2010 - Masked youths clashed with police and set fires in cities across France on Tuesday as protests against a proposed hike in the retirement age took an increasingly radical turn.

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Mom of US Hiker Jailed in Iran Expects November Trial

Posted: 10/19/2010 - The mother of one of two American hikers still jailed in Iran said Tuesday that she's been told they will stand trial in November, and that it will finally give them the chance to formally deny the espionage charges against them.

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Strong Quake Hits New Zealand

Updated: 10/18/2010 - A strong earthquake has hit the southern New Zealand city of Christchurch, cutting power and phone services and sending some residents running into the streets just weeks after a more powerful quake caused extensive damage.

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Top Canadian Commander Pleads Guilty to Murders

Posted: 10/18/2010 - A commander who was a rising star in Canada's military pleaded guilty Monday to the murders of two women, the sexual assaults of two others and dozens of breaking and entering charges in which he stole panties from the bedrooms of girls as young as 11.

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12 Dead After Rains Cause Floods in Haiti

Posted: 10/18/2010 - A steady rain flooded portions of the Haitian capital, turning streets into rivers and leaving at least 12 people dead, civil protection officials said Monday.

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Israel Says Hamas Has Anti-Aircraft Missiles

Posted: 10/18/2010 - Gaza's Hamas rulers have obtained anti-aircraft missiles, Israel's prime minister said Monday, in a potentially game-changing development that could threaten the Israeli air force's ability to strike at the Islamic militant group.

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Super Typhoon Lashes Philippines; At Least 7 Dead

Posted: 10/18/2010 - The death toll from the strongest cyclone to buffet the Philippines in years has risen to at least seven, including a mother and her two children whose house was crushed by a falling tree.

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New Book Gives Intimate Portrait of Convicted Knox

Posted: 10/17/2010 - Amanda Knox, the American student convicted in Italy of murdering her British roommate, is quoted as saying in a new book that she'd rather not be famous for the slaying and that her days in jail feel like "limbo" - suspended between her old life and her hopes for the future.

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Wife Gives 2nd Statement on Border Lake Shooting

Posted: 10/16/2010 - The wife of an American tourist reported shot to death by pirates on a border lake has given helpful new details about the incident to Mexican authorities.

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Iran Releases American Held for 2 Years in Tehran

Posted: 10/16/2010 - Iran on Saturday set free an American businessman jailed in Tehran for more than two years on suspicion on ties to an allegedly violent opposition group, his lawyer said.

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China Media Mostly Quiet as Mine Blast Traps 16

Posted: 10/16/2010 - China joined the world in breathless coverage of the Chilean mine rescue, but when a gas blast killed 21 Chinese miners and trapped 16 Saturday, the national TV evening news didn't say a word. Rescuers said they were fighting tons of coal dust to reach the miners, who have been located but whose condition was unknown.

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20 Dead in China Mine Blast

Updated: 10/15/2010 - Chinese state television says a coal mine blast has killed 20 and trapped more than 30 workers underground in a central region.

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Cuba's Capital Cleans Up from Tropical Storm Paula

Posted: 10/15/2010 - Much of Cuba's capital remained without power early Friday following a direct hit from Tropical Storm Paula, as cleanup crews carried away fallen trees and swept up chunks of concrete torn from the city's famed seawall.

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Joyous Swiss Celebrate Longest Tunnel Breakthrough

Posted: 10/15/2010 - Swiss engineers smashed through the last stretch of rock Friday to create the world's longest tunnel, sparking a national groundswell of elation over a costly, technically difficult project that has been 60 years in the making.

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Residents Move Back to Hungarian Sludge Flood Town

Posted: 10/15/2010 - Villagers began returning Friday to the town in western Hungary that was inundated by a flood of toxic red sludge, despite warnings from environmentalists that it was too early and too dangerous yet to go back.

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Chile Miners Do Not Disclose Ordeal Details

Posted: 10/15/2010 - The first three rescued Chilean miners out of the hospital celebrated their new lives as national heroes Friday, as word emerged that the 33 want to closely guard their story so they can fairly divide the spoils of their media stardom.

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Administration Launches China Trade Investigation

Posted: 10/15/2010 - The Obama administration has decided to launch an investigation into various Chinese practices that a major U.S. union says are robbing American workers of jobs in the burgeoning field of clean energy such as solar and wind power.

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Ready, Set, Snore! Spain Holds Siesta Contest

Posted: 10/14/2010 - Some clutched pillows or stuffed animals, others fought back giggles as they sought to take a siesta in public — all in the name of plugging a quintessential Spanish custom endangered by the demands of modern life.

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Chile's Textbook Mine Rescue Brings Global Respect

Posted: 10/14/2010 - Chile's 33 rescued miners posed with the president and were poked by doctors on Thursday, itching to reunite with families and sleep in their own beds for the first time since a cave-in nearly killed them on Aug. 5.

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32 Miners Now Free as Chile Rescue Goes Off Flawlessly

Posted: 10/13/2010 - With remarkable speed - and flawless execution - one miner after another climbed into a slender cage deep beneath the Chilean earth, was hoisted through 2,000 feet of rock and saw precious sunlight Wednesday after the longest underground entrapment in human history.

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