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At Least 20 Missing In Colombian Mountain Mudslide

Posted: 09/27/2010 - A mudslide swept over people changing from one bus to another because an earlier slide was blocking a mountain road Monday, and at least 20 people were buried, authorities said.

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China to Stick With One-Child Policy

Posted: 09/27/2010 - China will continue to limit most families to just one child in the coming decades, state media said Monday, despite concerns about the policy's problematic side effects, such as too few girls and a rapidly aging population.

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Palestinians Wait on Decision to Quit Peace Talks

Updated: 09/27/2010 - The Palestinian president said Monday he would wait at least a week before deciding whether to quit Mideast peace talks, giving U.S. mediators precious time to broker a compromise after Israel refused to extend its 10-month moratorium on new West Bank settlement construction.

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Segway Owner Dies After Falling From River Cliff

Updated: 09/27/2010 - A wealthy British businessman who owns the company that makes the two-wheeled Segway has been found dead in a river in northern England after apparently falling off a cliff on one of the vehicles, police said Monday.

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6.1 Quake Jolts Southern Iran

Posted: 09/27/2010 - Iran's seismological center says a magnitude 6.1 earthquake has jolted a remote mountainous area in southern Iran.

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Report: Oman Talking to Iran on US Prisoners

Posted: 09/26/2010 - An Iranian newspaper reports that a delegation from Oman will visit Iran to pursue the release of two American men imprisoned for more than a year.

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Soyuz Capsule Undocks From Space Station

Posted: 09/24/2010 - A manned Soyuz capsule with two Russian cosmonauts and an American astronaut onboard has successfully undocked from the International Space Station after crew resolved glitches that had prevented departure a day earlier.

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Japan Releases Chinese Boat Captain Amid Dispute

Posted: 09/24/2010 - Japan on Saturday morning released a Chinese fishing boat captain involved in a collision near disputed islands, following intense pressure from China in the worst spat between the Asian neighbors in years.

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Sudan Seeks Global Support As Vote Nears

Posted: 09/24/2010 - Sudanese officials asked world leaders including President Barack Obama on Friday for international support to maintain peace as they near a critical independence referendum on south Sudan that is likely to split Africa's largest country in two.

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Japan to Release Chinese Boat Captain

Posted: 09/23/2010 - Japanese prosecutors said Friday they will release the captain of a Chinese fishing vessel involved in a collision near disputed islands.

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7 Killed In Shooutout In Acapulco

Posted: 09/23/2010 - Mexican authorities say seven people were killed in a shootout between rival drug gangs in the Pacific resort city of Acapulco.

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2 Koreas Meet To Arrange Split Families' Reunions

Posted: 09/23/2010 - South Korea's Unification Ministry says Red Cross officials have crossed the border into North Korea to work out details for next month's reunions of families separated by war more than a half-century ago.

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Colombia: No. 2 Rebel Commander Killed In Raid

Posted: 09/23/2010 - Colombia's military killed the No. 2 leader and top military strategist of the country's main rebel army in blistering bombardments of a major jungle camp, officials announced Thursday, saying a rebel informant helped prepare the demoralizing shock to an already weakened insurgency.

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French Kidnap Convict Releases Book In Mexico

Posted: 09/22/2010 - A Frenchwoman convicted in Mexico of kidnapping and sentenced to 60 years in prison has released a book about her case in an effort to pressure Mexican courts to accept her appeal.

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Canada: Facebook Has Addressed Privacy Concerns

Updated: 09/22/2010 - The Privacy Commissioner said Wednesday the world's largest online social network has put changes in place over the past year that are reasonable and meet the expectations set under Canada's privacy law.

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3 French Employees Kidnapped In Ship Off Nigeria

Updated: 09/22/2010 - Three French employees of marine services company Bourbon have been kidnapped in an attack on one of its ships in an oil field off Nigeria, the company said Wednesday.

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China Premier Threatens Japan Over Boat Dispute

Updated: 09/22/2010 - Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao threatened action against Japan if it does not immediately release a detained ship captain, in his first comments in a growing fight over disputed islands.

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