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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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NATO Airstrikes Hit Gadhafi Targets

Posted: 04/13/2011 - NATO launched news airstrikes Wednesday on targets held by Moammar Gadhafi as the rebel movement urged a stronger air campaign that will allow them to advance on Gadhafi's territory.

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Mexico Finds 28 More Bodies in Border Pits

Posted: 04/12/2011 - Mexican investigators have found a total of 116 bodies in pits near the U.S. border, 28 more than previously reported, Attorney General Marisela Morales said Tuesday.

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New Battles in Libya, France Urges NATO to Do More

Posted: 04/12/2011 - Moammar Gadhafi's forces fired rockets along the eastern front line and shelled the besieged city of Misrata on Tuesday as France and Britain said NATO should be doing more to pressure the Libyan regime.

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Japan Upgrades Nuclear Crisis Severity

Updated: 04/11/2011 - Japan raised the severity level of the crisis at its crippled nuclear plant Tuesday to rank it on par with the 1986 Chernobyl disaster, citing cumulative radiation leaks contaminating the air, tap water, vegetables and seawater.

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Libya's Koussa Speaks For First Time Since Fleeing

Posted: 04/11/2011 - The highest profile insider to break with Moammar Gadhafi's regime since Libya's conflict began warned on Monday that the country risked becoming engulfed in civil war like Somalia.

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US Envoy Departs Ecuador, Expelled Over Criticism

Posted: 04/11/2011 - U.S. Ambassador Heather Hodges left Ecuador on Tuesday under an expulsion order issued by the government last week in reaction to a leaked diplomatic report in which she criticized corruption among police leaders.

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