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Taiwanese President Going for Second Term

Posted: 04/22/2011 - Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou will bid for a second term in next year's election, riding on a strong economic recovery and markedly improved ties with rival China.

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US Diplomats Question Haiti's Lawmaker Elections

Posted: 04/22/2011 - The legitimacy of Haiti's election could be in question after officials released results showing 18 legislative candidates suddenly received thousands of votes and were named winners, U.S. diplomats said Friday.

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Suspect to Plead Not Guilty in Webcam Death

Posted: 04/22/2011 - The lawyer for a man accused of killing a Chinese student, attacked in her apartment as her boyfriend watched helplessly through a webcam, says his client will plead not guilty.

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Japan Seals Off No-Go Zone Around Nuclear Plant

Posted: 04/21/2011 - Japan officially sealed off a wide area around a crippled nuclear power plant early Friday to stop tens of thousands of residents from sneaking back to the homes they quickly fled and are enduring a long, uncertain wait to return.

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At Least Three Dead as Ferry Capsizes

Updated: 04/20/2011 - A police official says a ferry carrying about 100 passengers has capsized in a river in eastern Bangladesh, leaving three people dead and dozens missing.

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Ivorian Liberation Forces Turn Guns On Each Other

Updated: 04/20/2011 - Ivory Coast's new army turned its guns Wednesday on a former ally who helped liberate Abidjan and install the democratically elected president, military sources said of a major setback as the country was beginning to return to normal.

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Angry Truckers In China Protest Rising Costs

Posted: 04/20/2011 - Hundreds of truck drivers are holding a three-day protest against rising fees and fuel prices at China's busiest port, the latest display of resentment over surging inflation.

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Haiti: Pop Star Officially President

Updated: 04/20/2011 - Haitian officials have published final results that show a popular singer won Haiti's presidential elections.

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Japan Declares No-Go Zone Around Nuclear Plant

Posted: 04/20/2011 - Japan declared a 12-mile (20-kilometer) area evacuated around its radiation-spewing nuclear power plant a no-go zone on Thursday, urging residents to abide by the order for their own safety or possibly face fines or detention.

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Police: Arrest in Case of Dead Chinese Student

Posted: 04/20/2011 - A 29-year-old man has been charged with the murder of a college student whose frantic boyfriend in China watched though a webcam as she struggled with an attacker, police said Wednesday.

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Chinese Student's Last Moments Witnessed on Webcam

Posted: 04/19/2011 - Canadian police said Tuesday they still don't know what caused the death of a student from Beijing who was last seen alive on a webcam by a friend who witnessed her struggling with a man before the camera was abruptly shut off.

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Egypt: At Least 846 Killed in Protests

Updated: 04/19/2011 - At least 846 Egyptians died in the nearly three-week-long popular uprising that toppled long-serving President Hosni Mubarak, electrifying the region, a government fact-finding mission announced Tuesday.

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Cuba Approves Economic Changes At Party Summit

Posted: 04/18/2011 - A day after Cuban media revealed that a Communist Party summit had approved sweeping economic changes and elected a new leadership - without saying what the changes were or who is now in charge - Cubans hoped to get details in a closing speech by President Raul Castro on Tuesday.

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Ivory Coast: Calls for Reconciliation, Vengeance

Posted: 04/18/2011 - With tears welling in her eyes, the 16-year-old recounted how both her brothers were killed by troops fighting for strongman Laurent Gbagbo. Then rage contorted her face as she ranted against the arrested former president: "They must kill him. He's a savage."

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Suicide Bomber Hits Military Base In Afghanistan

Updated: 04/15/2011 - A suicide bomber wearing an Afghan security forces uniform blew himself up Saturday at the entrance to a military base in eastern Afghanistan, a defense official said.

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Gadhafi's Daughter Sends Defiant Message

Posted: 04/14/2011 - From her father's compound, struck by U.S. bombs exactly 25 years ago, Moammar Gadhafi's daughter sent a defiant message early Friday: Libya was not defeated by airstrikes then and won't be defeated now, she told a cheering crowd.

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Nestle Says Sales Down But Growth Up 6.4 Percent

Posted: 04/14/2011 - Swiss food and drinks giant Nestle SA reported Friday first-quarter sales of 20.26 billion Swiss francs, compared to 22.34 billion francs in the comparable period a year ago, with organic growth still up 6.4 percent.

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Gadhafi Forces Shell Besieged Libyan City, 13 Dead

Posted: 04/14/2011 - Forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi shelled a besieged western city Thursday, killing at least 13 people, and new NATO airstrikes shook Tripoli as the U.S. told a meeting the alliance must intensify its mission to isolate the Libyan leader and "bring about his departure."

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