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Biden: Insurgents Have Failed

Updated: 08/23/2010 - Insurgents in Iraq have failed in their efforts to undermine elections and the forming of a new government there according to Vice President Joe Biden.

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UK Official Decries Video Game with Taliban Role

Posted: 08/22/2010 - A video game that allows players to adopt the role of the Taliban is a "tasteless product," Britain's defense secretary said Sunday, calling on retailers to show their support for troops by not selling it.

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Iran Loads Fuel Into First Nuclear Power Plant

Posted: 08/20/2010 - Iranian and Russian engineers have begun loading fuel into Iran's first nuclear power plant, a major milestone as Tehran forges ahead with an atomic program despite U.N. sanctions.

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Wyclef Jean Not Eligible to Run for Haiti President

Updated: 08/20/2010 - Haiti's electoral council on Friday ruled that hip hop-artist Wyclef Jean cannot run for president, ending his outsider's bid to lead the reconstruction of the earthquake-ravaged Caribbean island.

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Mexico Adds Tax Charges In $205 Million Cash Case

Posted: 08/20/2010 - Mexican prosecutors added tax evasion charges to drug counts pending against a Chinese-Mexican businessman who is fighting extradition from the United States, the Attorney General's Office announced Friday.

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Pakistan Thanks World For Opening Wallets

Posted: 08/20/2010 - Pakistan thanked the world Friday for opening its wallets and said more than 20 million flood victims now know that nations and people around the globe are standing with them during the worst disaster the country has ever faced.

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Nigeria: Election Pressure Mounts For Quiet Leader

Posted: 08/20/2010 - While Nigeria's president remains silent on whether he'll seek the oil-rich nation's highest office in upcoming elections, the campaign has all but begun on the Internet.

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Floods Expose Civilian-Military Divide in Pakistan

Posted: 08/20/2010 - Massive flooding in Pakistan appears to be draining support for the already-weak civilian government while boosting the powerful military, a blow to U.S. and domestic hopes for a strong Pakistani democracy capable of undercutting the allure of al-Qaida and the Taliban.

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Guerrillas' Child Testifies Against Kidnapper

Posted: 08/19/2010 - The first dirty-war kidnap victim to be identified by DNA tests returned from Spain to testify that a former government intelligence agent not only stole her from her parents, but sexually abused her as well.

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UN Seen Meeting Aid Goal For Flood-Hit Pakistan

Posted: 08/19/2010 - The United Nations appeared to have met its target of $460 million in immediate aid for flood-stricken Pakistan on Thursday after the U.S. and other nations significantly upped their pledges.

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Singer Wyclef Jean Meets With Haiti's President

Posted: 08/19/2010 - Haitian President Rene Preval met with presidential hopeful Wyclef Jean for more than two hours on Thursday, touching off a new round of speculation as to whether the singer will be allowed to run in Nov. 28 elections.

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Mexican Mayor Found Dead 3 Days After Kidnapping

Posted: 08/19/2010 - The kidnapped mayor of a northern Mexican town was found dead Wednesday, extending a rash of deadly attacks on political figures in an area besieged by drug gang battles.

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Bull Leaps Into Bullring Stands, 40 Hurt

Posted: 08/19/2010 - A bull lept into the packed grandstands of a Spanish bullring and ran amok, charging and trampling spectators and leaving 40 people injured, regional officials said Thursday.

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US Envoy Says Billions Needed for Pakistan

Posted: 08/19/2010 - A top U.S. envoy said Thursday that "many billions" of dollars will be needed to rebuild Pakistan after the worst flooding in living memory, which has left one-fifth of the country inundated with water and devastated the economy.

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Train Falls Into River As Floods Hit Bridge

Posted: 08/19/2010 - At least two carriages of a passenger train fell into a river Thursday after floods knocked out a bridge in southwestern China, but there were no fatalities, state media reported.

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Goodbye, Iraq: Last US Combat Brigade Heads Home

Updated: 08/18/2010 - As their convoy reached the barbed wire at the border crossing out of Iraq on Wednesday, the soldiers whooped and cheered. Then they scrambled out of their stifling hot armored vehicles, unfurled an American flag and posed for group photos.

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American Activist Surrenders To Peru Police

Posted: 08/18/2010 - An American activist convicted of aiding leftist rebels surrendered to police on Wednesday after a court struck down a decision granting her parole and ordered her to return to prison, where she is to remain with her 15-month-old son for the time being.

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