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UN: Attacks on Hutus in 1990s Could be Genocide

Posted: 08/27/2010 - A draft U.N. report says the Rwandan army that ended the 1994 slaughter of more than 500,000 people retaliated with barbaric killings in Congo two years later that also could be classified as a genocide.

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New Video Gives Tour of Trapped Miners' Refuge

Updated: 08/27/2010 - The first video released of the 33 men trapped deep in a Chilean copper mine shows the men stripped to the waist and appearing slim but healthy, arm-in-arm, singing the national anthem and yelling "long live Chile, and long live the miners!" - images that bolstered family members' spirits Friday.

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Mexican TV Network: Car Explodes Next to Office

Posted: 08/27/2010 - A major Mexican television network says a car has exploded in front of its offices in a northern state where officials are investigating the massacre of 72 Central and South American migrants.

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China to Inspect Airline Safety in Wake of Crash

Posted: 08/27/2010 - China will inspect airline safety measures nationwide in the wake of a crash that killed 42 people at a small airport in the northeast, the country's civil aviation body said Friday.

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NKorea's Reclusive Kim on Unexpected China Visit

Posted: 08/26/2010 - North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il has turned up in China in a strangely timed visit for the reclusive leader while former U.S. President Jimmy Carter is in North Korea trying to win the release of an imprisoned American.

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NKorea Releases American Prisoner

Updated: 08/26/2010 - Looking gaunt but relieved, an American freed after nearly seven months jailed in North Korea left Pyongyang on Friday in the company of former U.S. President Jimmy Carter.

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Indians Remember Mother Teresa on Birth Centennial

Posted: 08/26/2010 - Hundreds of nuns, bishops and volunteers attended a Mass on Thursday marking the 100th anniversary of the birth of Mother Teresa, the selfless nun who dedicated her life to serving the sick and poor in India.

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Chile Faces Unique Challenge in Maintaining Miners

Posted: 08/26/2010 - In less than a week the 33 miners trapped under Chile's Atacama Desert will have been stuck underground longer than any others in memory — taxing authorities Thursday with unique challenges on coaxing them and their families through the ordeal.

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Drug Cartel Suspected in Massacre of 72 Migrants

Posted: 08/26/2010 - Mexican security forces were bringing refrigeration equipment for the bodies of 72 Central and South American migrants massacred by drug cartel gunmen at a remote ranch in northern Mexico.

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Dutch Teen Sailor Reaches Canary Islands

Posted: 08/26/2010 - A 14-year-old Dutch sailor aiming to become the youngest person to sail solo around the world says she has reached Spain's Canary Islands off northwest Africa but declined Thursday to say where exactly she was.

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Man Shot in Head Felt Bullet Only 4 Years Later

Posted: 08/25/2010 - A 35-year-old man who walked around for five years with a bullet lodged in the back of his head says he suspected for a while something was there but only went to doctors after he started getting headaches.

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Pakistan Floods Threaten 3 Towns as Levee Fails

Posted: 08/25/2010 - Pakistani officials urged anyone left in three southern towns Thursday to evacuate immediately as floodwaters broke through a levee, endangering areas previously untouched by the country's almost monthlong disaster.

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China Says Airport Not Responsible for Crash

Updated: 08/25/2010 - A top aviation official defended the safety of an airport in remote northeast China where a flight crashed while coming in for a night landing, raising questions about the facility's design, a state news agency reported Thursday.

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Massive Traffic Jam Could Last Weeks

Updated: 08/24/2010 - A massive traffic jam in north China that stretches for dozens of miles and hit its 10-day mark on Tuesday stems from road construction in Beijing that won't be finished until the middle of next month, an official said.

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Woman Seen on Camera Dumping Cat in Trash

Posted: 08/24/2010 - The gray-haired woman gently pets the cat, occasionally glancing furtively at a garbage bin. Then she strikes, casually grabbing it by the scruff, tossing it in, popping the lid closed, and quickly strolling away.

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Remaining US Troops Still Face Danger in Iraq

Posted: 08/24/2010 - Lt. Ryan Alexander stands thigh-deep in a dark grove of reeds and palm trees, hunting for rockets. Officially, the U.S. combat role in Iraq is ending this month, but Alexander and his platoon are under orders to keep insurgents from using the south Baghdad field as a hiding place for Katyushas.

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2nd Bore Hole Reaches 33 Trapped in Mine

Posted: 08/24/2010 - Singing the national anthem in a full-throated chorus, 33 miners trapped deep underground thanked their rescuers and settled in for a long wait until a tunnel wide enough to pull them out can be carved through a half-mile of solid rock.

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800,000 Cut Off by Pakistan Floods

Posted: 08/24/2010 - About 800,000 people have been cut off by floods in Pakistan and are only reachable by air, the United Nations said Tuesday, adding it needs at least 40 more helicopters to ferry lifesaving aid to increasingly desperate people.

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42 Killed When Jet Misses Runway

Posted: 08/24/2010 - A Chinese passenger jet overshot a fog-shrouded runway in the country's northeast and burst into flames Tuesday, killing 42 people and injuring 49 others, state media said.

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Plane Crashes on Way to Everest

Posted: 08/23/2010 - A small passenger plane heading to the Mount Everest region crashed Tuesday outside Nepal's capital in heavy rain with 14 people aboard, including five U.S. nationals and a Japanese tourist, officials said.

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2 Spanish Hostages Land in Burkina Faso

Posted: 08/23/2010 - Two Spanish nationals kidnapped nearly nine months ago by an al-Qaida-linked group stepped out of a helicopter to freedom in Burkina Faso's capital where they were greeted by diplomats.

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