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Botanist, 89, Gets 4 Years In Jamaica Murder Plot

Posted: 02/02/2010 - A Jamaican judge on Tuesday sentenced an 89-year-old U.S.-born botanist to four years in prison for conspiring to kill his wife and three other women who lived in the couple's home on the Caribbean island.

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Judge Denies Feng Shui Master Wang Fortune

Posted: 02/01/2010 - A bartender-turned-fortune teller who claimed he was the lover of a late Hong Kong tycoon who was Asia's richest woman lost his bid for her multibillion-dollar estate Tuesday when a court ruled that his purported will is a forgery.

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Cuba Gives Its Citizens 2 Months To Register Guns

Posted: 02/01/2010 - Cuba has declared a two-month amnesty for citizens to register unlicensed guns, and says those passing aptitude and psychological tests will be allowed to keep their weapons.

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No-Kill Researchers Sail To Study Antarctic Whales

Posted: 02/01/2010 - Researchers set sail from New Zealand on Tuesday to study whales off Antarctica without killing them - an open challenge to Japan's killing of up to 1,000 whales a year in the name of science.

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China Launches Emergency Sweep For Tainted Milk

Posted: 02/01/2010 - China has launched a 10-day emergency crackdown on tainted milk products after several were found creeping back onto the market despite a massive scandal that sickened hundreds of thousands of children in 2008.

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Polish Scientists Say 3 Neanderthal Teeth Found

Posted: 02/01/2010 - A team of Polish scientists said Monday they have discovered three Neanderthal teeth in a cave, a find they hope may shed light on how similar to modern humans our ancestors were.

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Official: Germany's Jesuits Did Not Stem Sex Abuse

Posted: 02/01/2010 - Germany's top Jesuit apologized Monday for serial sexual abuse apparently committed by two priests at one of the country's most prestigious high schools, saying there was evidence of it for years but Jesuit officials did not "react the way it would have been necessary."

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Mexican Mayor Fears Massacre of 16 Was Random

Posted: 02/01/2010 - The mayor of a violent Mexican border city said Monday he fears a shooting that killed 16 people in a working class neighborhood may have been random because many of the victims were "good kids" with no apparent ties to drug gangs.

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Earthquake Strikes Southwestern China, Killing 1

Posted: 01/31/2010 - A moderate earthquake jolted southwestern China on Sunday, killing one person and injuring 12 others, officials said. More than 200 houses were damaged or destroyed.

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Egypt To Soon Announce King Tut DNA Test Results

Posted: 01/31/2010 - Egypt will soon reveal the results of DNA tests made on the world's most famous ancient king, the young Pharaoh Tutankhamun, to answer lingering mysteries over his lineage, the antiquities department said Sunday.

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13 Young Students Killed At Party In Mexico Border

Posted: 01/31/2010 - Armed men stormed a party in this violent Mexican border city, killing 13 high school and college students in what witnesses said they thought was an attack prompted by false information.

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Haitian Child Quake Victims Flown to US for Care

Posted: 01/31/2010 - Doctors skirted a bureaucratic logjam to save the life of three critically ill child victims of Haiti's earthquake on Sunday, flying them to U.S. hospitals on a private jet to avoid a military suspension of medical evacuation flights.

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First New Russian Casino Opens Under Gambling Plan

Posted: 01/30/2010 - Half a year after Russia closed all of it's gambling casinos and slot-machine halls, the first new casino opened Saturday under a plan to limit legalized gambling to four comparatively remote areas.

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Brazil's Silva Says He's in 'Perfect Health'

Posted: 01/30/2010 - Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said Saturday he is in "perfect health" two days after being hospitalized for a high-blood-pressure attack that forced him to cancel his attendance at a global economic forum.

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Gandhi's Ashes Scattered Off South Africa Coast

Posted: 01/30/2010 - Six decades after his death, some of Mohandas K. Gandhi's ashes have been scattered off the coast of South Africa, where he was confronted by racial discrimination and developed some of his philosophies of peaceful resistance.

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