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As Unrest Sweeps Egypt, President Refuses To Quit

Posted: 01/28/2011 - In his first response to the unrest sweeping his nation, Egypt's president fired his Cabinet Saturday and promised reforms but refused to step down, setting the stage for perhaps even heavier street battles with protesters calling for an end to his nearly 30 years in power.

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US Missionary Killed In Mexico Drug No Man's Land

Posted: 01/28/2011 - American missionaries Sam and Nancy Davis were crossing a drug-cartel battleground in northern Mexico when gunmen opened fire on their truck and mortally wounded Nancy.

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Irish To Learn National Election Date Next Week

Posted: 01/28/2011 - Ireland's embattled prime minister said Friday he would dissolve Parliament Tuesday and announce a new date for early elections, as the upper house began debate on legislation to slash spending and raise taxes expected to be its last major act under his government.

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Egypt's Military Secures Famed Antiquities Museum

Posted: 01/28/2011 - The Egyptian army secured Cairo's famed antiquities museum early Saturday, protecting thousands of priceless artifacts, including the gold mask of King Tutankhamun, from looters.

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US to Review Aid to Egypt, WH Spokesman Says

Updated: 01/28/2011 - Increasing the pressure on Egypt's leaders, the Obama administration threatened on Friday to reduce a $1.5 billion program of foreign aid depending on President Hosni Mubarak's response to swelling street protests in Cairo and other cities.

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Albanian Opposition Holds Anti-Gov't Demonstration

Posted: 01/28/2011 - Tens of thousands of Albanians holding flowers and candles marched silently through Albania's capital Friday in a peaceful anti-government demonstration to honor three opposition supporters shot dead during a protest last week.

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Mexican Town's Cops Quit After Colleagues Beheaded

Posted: 01/27/2011 - The police chief and all 38 police officers of a northeastern Mexican town have quit following a series of drug cartel attacks, including the decapitation of two of their colleagues.

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Aussie Floods Cost Billions In Lost Crops, Mining

Posted: 01/27/2011 - Deadly floodwaters that have swamped huge parts of Australia will cost the nation 1 billion Australian dollars ($990 million) in agricultural losses and billions more in lost coal exports, the nation's treasurer said Friday.

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Eleven Dead in Ferry Fire

Posted: 01/27/2011 - A crowded ferry caught fire in Indonesia early Friday, killing at least 11 people and sending panicked passengers jumping into the sea, officials said. Nearly 200 people were injured, some critically.

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Egypt Democracy Leader Returns to Lead Protests

Posted: 01/27/2011 - Nobel Peace laureate Mohamed ElBaradei, Egypt's top democracy advocate and a key challenger to President Hosni Mubarak, returned to the country Thursday night after declaring he was ready to lead the grass-roots protest movement to a regime change.

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New Route Opened in Roman Forum

Posted: 01/27/2011 - Tourists will finally be able to walk in the House of the Vestal Virgins in the ancient Roman Forum.

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Egypt Police Release APTN Crew Arrested In Protest

Posted: 01/26/2011 - Egyptian police have released an Associated Press Television News cameraman and his assistant who were arrested while filming clashes between security forces and protesters in Cairo.

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Inquest Says Explosion Killed NZ Miners

Posted: 01/26/2011 - All 29 miners in a southern New Zealand coal mine died within minutes of an initial explosion that rocked the mine in November, an inquest heard Thursday.

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Tunisia Issues Intl Warrant for Ousted President

Posted: 01/26/2011 - Tunisia's government issued an international arrest warrant Wednesday for ousted President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and six relatives, accusing him of taking money out of the North African nation illegally.

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Egyptians Denounce Mubarak, Clash With Riot Police

Posted: 01/25/2011 - Egyptian police fired tear gas and rubber bullets and beat protesters to clear thousands of people from a central Cairo square Wednesday after the biggest demonstrations in years against President Hosni Mubarak's authoritarian rule.

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Mexican Government: La Familia Cartel In Retreat

Posted: 01/25/2011 - The Mexican government vowed Tuesday not to back down in its fight against La Familia drug cartel, despite mysterious banners proclaiming that the brutal gang has dissolved itself.

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SKorea Proposes Preliminary Meeting With NKorea

Posted: 01/25/2011 - South Korea on Wednesday proposed holding a preliminary meeting with North Korea in two weeks' time to lay the groundwork for high-level defense discussions, in what would be the rivals' first official contact since the North's deadly shelling of a South Korean island late last year.

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Japanese Man Accused Of Killing Briton Pens Book

Posted: 01/25/2011 - A Japanese man charged in the 2007 slaying of a British woman admits in a book he wrote in jail that he took her life and repeatedly attempted cosmetic surgery on himself to change his appearance during his 2½ years as a fugitive.

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Ancient Water Tunnel Excavated in Jerusalem

Updated: 01/25/2011 - Archaeologists have cleared out a 2,000-year-old tunnel running under the walls of Jerusalem's Old City and plugged up over the generations by accumulated debris, the Israel Antiquities Authority said Tuesday.

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UK Wages Won't Keep Pace, Bank Chief Warns

Posted: 01/25/2011 - The Bank of England's governor is warning that inflation in Britain is likely to rise to between 4 and 5 percent in the months ahead - while wage increases will lag behind.

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Bus Explodes; At Least Two Dead

Posted: 01/24/2011 - Officials say an explosion has ripped through a passenger bus in the Philippine capital, killing at least two people and wounding six others.

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