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Nine Dead in New Zealand Plane Crash

Updated: 09/03/2010 - Nine people have died when a light aircraft belonging to a skydiving company crashed on New Zealand's South Island on Saturday.

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SKorea Foreign Minister Offers to Resign

Posted: 09/03/2010 - A news report says South Korean Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan has offered to resign over his ministry's controversial hiring of his daughter.

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Powerful 7.1 Quake Hits New Zealand

Updated: 09/03/2010 - A powerful 7.1-magnitude earthquake damaged buildings, cut power and knocked fleeing residents off their feet on New Zealand's South Island early Saturday, but there were so far no deaths and only two injuries reported.

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Police Say Attacks on Pakistani Minorities Kill 44

Posted: 09/03/2010 - Suicide bombings targeting religious minorities killed at least 44 people in Pakistan on Friday, sharply driving up the toll of sectarian assaults in a country already battered by massive flooding.

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Sea Shepherd Sees Dolphins Caught In Japan Cove

Posted: 09/02/2010 - Dolphins have been herded into a cove as part of an annual hunt in the Japanese seaside town made famous by an Oscar-winning documentary about their slaughter, Sea Shepherd said Friday.

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Calderon: Violence Price Worth Paying In Drug War

Posted: 09/02/2010 - President Felipe Calderon tried to rally frustrated Mexicans behind his increasingly bloody drug war Thursday, saying he knows violence has surged under his watch, but arguing that it is the price of confronting powerful and brutal cartels.

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Indonesian Volcano Spews New Burst Of Ash

Posted: 09/02/2010 - An Indonesian volcano sent a new, powerful burst of hot ash and debris two miles (thousands of meters) into the air early Friday, sending villagers fleeing back to emergency shelters.

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Ecuadorean Survivor Urges Migrants To Avoid Mexico

Posted: 09/02/2010 - One of two known survivors of a drug gang's massacre in northern Mexico of 72 undocumented Central and South American migrants urged others in an interview broadcast Thursday not to attempt the journey to the United States.

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Pakistan Army Cancels US Trip Amid Search Dispute

Posted: 09/01/2010 - Pakistan's military canceled a trip by officers to an annual meeting at U.S. Central Command after they were taken off a plane and subjected to "unwarranted security checks" in Washington, an army spokesman said.

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Australian Lawmakers Reveal $9.7B Hole In Pledges

Posted: 09/01/2010 - Australia's conservative leader said Thursday that his coalition had the best economic credentials to govern despite new figures showing that he had overstated savings from election promises by up to 10.6 billion Australian dollars ($9.7 billion).

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Obama, Netanyahu Condemn Killings as Talks Open

Posted: 09/01/2010 - Opening Mideast peace talks under the shadow of fresh violence, President Barack Obama vowed on Wednesday not to allow "extremists and rejectionists" to undercut long-stalled negotiations on creating a sovereign Palestinian state beside a secure Israel.

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Villagers Return To Slopes Of Indonesian Volcano

Posted: 08/31/2010 - Thousands of villagers returned to their homes along the ash-covered slopes of an Indonesian volcano that exploded after four centuries of dormancy, even though officials warned they could be putting their lives at risk.

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6 More American Troops Die In Afghan Fighting

Posted: 08/31/2010 - Six more American troops were killed in action in Afghanistan, ending August with a spike in bloodshed that has claimed the lives of 19 U.S. service members in only four days.

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Panel: India Must Secure Elephant Reserves

Posted: 08/31/2010 - India should protect its elephant population by securing its wildlife reserves, curbing poaching and restricting development in the corridors they use to travel between forested areas, a panel recommended.

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Birthplace Of The Taliban: The Next Battleground

Posted: 08/31/2010 - As some 400 U.S. and Afghan soldiers gather to honor their first fallen comrade, mournful Muslim prayers mingle with the stutter of machine gun fire and the thud of exploding grenades just beyond their heavily fortified camp

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'Unprecedented' Challenge To Save Chilean Miners

Posted: 08/31/2010 - The effort to save 33 men trapped deep in a Chilean mine is an unprecedented challenge, mining safety experts said Tuesday. It means months of drilling, then a harrowing three-hour trip in a cage up a narrow hole carved through solid rock.

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Mexico Says Drug Lord 'The Barbie' Captured

Posted: 08/30/2010 - Federal police on Monday captured a Texas-born alleged drug kingpin who faces trafficking charges in the U.S. and has been blamed for a vicious turf war that has included bodies hung from bridges and shootouts in central Mexico.

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