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Plane Crashes in Northern Siberia, at Least 7 Dead

Posted: 08/02/2010 - A twin-engine passenger plane crashed early Tuesday near a northern Siberia town, killing at least seven of the 15 people on board, Russia's Emergencies Ministry said.

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Firefighting Plane Crashes in Canada

Posted: 08/01/2010 - Search and rescue teams were trying Sunday to reach the site where a Canadian waterbombing plane crashed while fighting a wildfire.

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Castro Accuses US Of Torture In 'Cuban Five' Case

Posted: 07/30/2010 - Fidel Castro accused U.S. authorities of torturing a convicted Cuban spy, telling a meeting of communist youths that the agent had been placed in solitary confinement in California.

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Chile General Convicted In 1974 Murders Blames CIA

Posted: 07/30/2010 - The former chief of Chile's feared secret police who was convicted in the 1974 assassination of Gen. Augusto Pinochet's biggest enemy in exile says the CIA committed the crime.

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Expo Shows Illegal Pet Trade Rampant In Indonesia

Posted: 07/30/2010 - The most threatened tortoise in the world is being sold openly at a plant and animal exposition in the heart of Indonesia's capital, highlighting concerns about the rampant - and growing - illegal pet trade.

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Mexico's TV Channel Cancels Show After Kidnappings

Posted: 07/30/2010 - Mexico's biggest television network canceled a popular news show to protest the kidnapping of four reporters in what media advocates said Friday is an escalation of a campaign by drug gangs to control information.

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Raging Russian Fires Destroy Homes

Posted: 07/29/2010 - Raging forest fires encircled a southern Russian city and tore through provincial villages Thursday, forcing mass evacuations as Moscow suffered through a record, weeks-long heat wave and smog cloud caused by peat-bog fires.

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267 Dead in Pakistan Floods

Posted: 07/29/2010 - The death toll in three days of flooding in Pakistan reached at least 267 on Friday, rescue and government officials said, as rains bloated rivers, submerged villages, and triggered landslides.

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French Woman Admits To Suffocating Her 8 Newborns

Posted: 07/29/2010 - A French woman who admitted suffocating eight of her newborns and concealing their corpses in the garden and garage of her home has been charged with manslaughter.

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Body Of 2nd Navy Sailor Recovered In Afghanistan

Posted: 07/29/2010 - The discovery of the body of a second U.S. sailor who vanished in Afghanistan last week only deepened the mystery of the men's disappearance nearly 60 miles from their base in a dangerous area controlled by the Taliban.

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Black Box Sought After 152 Die in Pakistan Plane Crash

Posted: 07/28/2010 - A passenger jet that officials suspect veered off course in monsoon rains and thick clouds crashed into hills overlooking Pakistan's capital Wednesday, killing all 152 people on board and scattering body parts and twisted metal far and wide.

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Thai Probe Of Journalist Deaths Called Inadequate

Posted: 07/28/2010 - Thailand's government has failed to properly investigate the shooting deaths of two journalists killed while they covered recent political violence, and the perpetrators of those attacks should be brought to justice, a press freedom group said Thursday.

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Tonga To Send 275 Troops To Afghanistan

Posted: 07/28/2010 - Tonga government has agreed to deploy 275 soldiers to Afghanistan over the next two years at the request of the British government.

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Ship Lost For More Than 150 Years Is Recovered

Posted: 07/28/2010 - Canadian archeologists have found a ship abandoned more than 150 years ago in the quest for the fabled Northwest Passage and which was lost in the search for the doomed expedition of Sir John Franklin, the head of the team said Wednesday.

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Parents Mourn 2 Boys Killed By Storm In Haiti Camp

Posted: 07/28/2010 - Distraught parents mourned the loss of two children in a camp for Haitian earthquake survivors Wednesday, a day after rains caused a wall to collapse on top of a row of tarp homes.

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Lying for Sex: Old Sin Means Jail Time in Israel

Posted: 07/28/2010 - A married Palestinian man has been ordered jailed for 18 months for having sex with an Israeli woman after giving her the impression he too was Jewish, as well as single and interested in a relationship.

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Spanish Region Says Adios to Bullfighting

Updated: 07/28/2010 - Lawmakers in Catalonia outlawed bullfighting Wednesday, making it Spain's first major region to ban the deadly, centuries-old ballet between matador and beast after heated debate that pitted animal rights against a pillar of traditional culture.

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WikiLeaks: We Don't Know Source of Leaked Data

Posted: 07/28/2010 - WikiLeaks' editor-in-chief claims his organization doesn't know who sent it some 91,000 secret U.S. military documents, telling journalists that the Web site was set up to hide the source of its data from those who receive it.

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30,000 Trapped in Worst China Floods in Decade

Posted: 07/28/2010 - Floods caused by heavy rains in northeastern China stranded tens of thousands of residents without power Wednesday, as the worst flooding in more than a decade continued to besiege many areas of the country.

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Pakistan Plane Crash Kills 152 on Board

Updated: 07/28/2010 - A passenger jet crashed into the hills overlooking Pakistan's capital amid poor weather Wednesday, killing all 152 people on board and blazing a path of devastation strewn with body parts and twisted metal wreckage.

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