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Renewed Shelling Kills 1 At Thai-Cambodia Border

Posted: 02/04/2011 - Cambodian and Thai troops resumed an artillery duel along their disputed border Saturday, killing at least one Thai soldier as some of the two countries' fiercest battles in years entered a second day.

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US Warns About Night Driving In Guadalajara

Posted: 02/04/2011 - Officials are warning U.S. citizens not to drive at night in parts of the western Mexican city of Guadalajara after suspected drug-gang members burned vehicles and blocked streets.

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'Superman' Producer At Hospital Near Mexico City

Posted: 02/04/2011 - A health official in Mexico says the producer of the Superman films of the 1970s and '80s is recovering at a hospital after being admitted in a state of disorientation and suffering facial and head injuries.

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Egyptian Journalist Dies of Gunshot Wounds

Posted: 02/04/2011 - An Egyptian reporter who was shot during clashes a week ago died of his wounds Friday, his employer said, in the first reported death of a journalist in the chaos surrounding Egypt's anti-government protests.

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Al-Jazeera's Offices Torched Amid Egypt Unrest

Updated: 02/04/2011 - Al-Jazeera's offices in Cairo were stormed and torched and its website hacked Friday, the Arab broadcaster said, as a top U.N. rights official called attacks on journalists "a blatant attempt to stifle news" about pro-democracy protest.

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Gangs Attack Foreigners in Egypt's Growing Mayhem

Posted: 02/03/2011 - Menacing gangs backing President Hosni Mubarak attacked journalists and human rights activists Thursday in an ugly turn in Egypt's crisis as government opponents pushed supporters out of Cairo's main square in second day of battles. Organizers called for protesters trying to topple the regime to fill every square in the huge capital on Friday.

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Mubarak Says He Fears Chaos if He Quits Now

Updated: 02/03/2011 - President Hosni Mubarak has said in an interview with ABC News that he wants to leave office now, but cannot for fear the country will sink deeper into chaos.

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Cash-Starved Egyptians Turn on Each Other

Posted: 02/03/2011 - For more than a week, Zaki Abdel-Aziz had been out of work and nearly out of money, joining millions of Egyptians living more on hope than cash as the capital plunged into chaos and the economy ground to a virtual halt.

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Tens of Thousands March Against Yemen's President

Posted: 02/03/2011 - Tens of thousands of protesters Thursday staged unprecedented demonstrations against Yemen's autocratic president, a key U.S. ally in battling Islamic militants, as unrest inspired by uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia spread further in the Arab world.

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10 Killed in Explosions in Turkish Capital

Posted: 02/03/2011 - Two separate explosions in an industrial district of the Turkish capital killed at least 10 people on Thursday and injured dozens of others, reports and authorities said.

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Vonn Day-to-Day After Concussion in Training Crash

Posted: 02/03/2011 - World Cup champion Lindsey Vonn says she sustained a concussion in a crash during practice and is still not sure whether she will compete in the final two races before the world championships.

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Hamas Allows Anti-Mubarak Protest in Gaza

Posted: 02/03/2011 - Hamas security officials allowed hundreds of Palestinians in Gaza to demonstrate Thursday against Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, in the first such public gathering in the seaside strip since turmoil erupted in neighboring Egypt last week.

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Cairo Square Chaos Intensifies, Violence and Lawlessness Spreads

Updated: 02/03/2011 - Protesters and regime supporters fought in a second day of rock-throwing battles at a central Cairo square while new lawlessness spread around the city. New looting and arson erupted, and gangs of thugs supporting President Hosni Mubarak attacked reporters, foreigners and rights workers while the army rounded up foreign journalists.

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Insurgents Kill 5 In Thailand's Restive South

Posted: 02/02/2011 - Suspected Muslim insurgents opened fire Thursday on a grocery store in Thailand's insurgency-plagued south, killing five Buddhist bystanders, police said.

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Volcano Made Famous By 007 Menaces Japan Island

Posted: 02/02/2011 - In the James Bond version, circa 1967, Japan's Mount Shinmoe was a serene, extinct peak with a scenic, lake-filled crater that provided the perfect perch for 007 and his bikini-clad partner to surveil the lair of supervillain Ernst Stavro Blofeld.

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Myanmar Parliament To Select Vice Presidents

Posted: 02/02/2011 - Myanmar's new parliament is meeting to elect two vice presidents, one of whom will become president and lead the new military-dominated government.

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Journalists Attacked, Detained in Egypt

Posted: 02/02/2011 - In multiple incidents, journalists covering Egypt's unrest were pummeled, hit with pepper spray, shouted at and threatened by loyalists to President Hosni Mubarak as the scene at anti-government demonstrations suddenly turned ugly.

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Chaos on the Streets of Cairo

Updated: 02/02/2011 - There have been scenes of chaos and pitched fighting today in the streets of Cairo, as thousands of supporters of President Hosni Mubarak clash with the anti-government protesters who have taken to the streets for more than a week.

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Poland Hosts Donor Conference For Belarus Struggle

Posted: 02/01/2011 - Representatives from the United States and several European countries are meeting in Warsaw on Wednesday in an effort to raise money for the democratic opposition in autocratic Belarus, officials said.

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Strong Cyclone Bears Down On North Australia Coast

Posted: 02/01/2011 - Tens of thousands of Australians stocked up on food and hunkered in sturdy shelters Wednesday as a monster cyclone approached the northeast coast with furious winds, rains and surging seas on a scale unseen there in generations.

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US Reaches Out to Egypt Opposition

Posted: 02/01/2011 - The Obama administration on Tuesday opened talks with a possible successor to embattled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak as the U.S. ramped up outreach to the hundreds of thousands determined to force their long-time leader out of power.

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Obama Envoy Tells Mubarak Time is Up

Posted: 02/01/2011 - A special envoy dispatched to Egypt by President Barack Obama told Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak that the U.S. saw his presidency at an end and urged him not to seek another term in office while preparing for an orderly transition to real democracy in elections, American officials said Tuesday.

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Egyptian President Mubarek Says He Won't Run Again

Updated: 02/01/2011 - Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's announcement that he won't seek re-election came after President Barack Obama's special envoy told him the U.S. saw his presidency at an end and urged him to prepare for an orderly transition to real democracy, American officials said.

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