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South Korea's Lee Open To Summit With Kim Jong Il

Posted: 01/31/2011 - South Korea's president pressed North Korea on Monday to take responsibility for two deadly attacks last year and to change its pattern of provocations if it wants to improve relations with the outside world.

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Hundreds of Russians Protest Against Putin

Posted: 01/31/2011 - About 500 people demonstrated in a central Moscow square Monday to demand the ouster of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and his "rule of thieves."

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100 Dogs in Canada Killed After Business Slows

Posted: 01/31/2011 - An organization that fights animal abuse is calling the slaughter of 100 sled dogs by an outdoor adventure company in British Columbia a bloodbath and police are investigating.

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Troops Use Controlled Blast After Arms Depot Fire

Posted: 01/31/2011 - Venezuela's military says it has set off a controlled detonation to dispose of unexploded ordnance at an arms depot that was ravaged by a fire and a series of blasts.

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Egypt VP Promises Dialogue for Reform

Posted: 01/31/2011 - Egypt's newly appointed vice president says President Hosni Mubarak has asked him to immediately begin dialogue with "political forces" for constitutional and legislative reforms.

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Report Warns of Iran Nuke Disaster

Posted: 01/31/2011 - The control systems of Iran's Bushehr nuclear plant have been penetrated by a computer worm unleashed last year, according to a foreign intelligence report that warns of a possible Chernobyl-like disaster once the site becomes fully operational.

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Iran Summons American Hiker Sarah Shourd Back to Iran for Trial

Updated: 01/31/2011 - TEHRAN, Iran (AP) - Iran has summoned the female American hiker Sarah Shourd that was freed last year to return to the country and stand trial on Feb. 6 along with two other Americans still in custody. They are accused of spying after crossing the border from Iraq, a judiciary spokesman said Monday.

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Cairo Airport a Scene of Chaos as Foreigners Flee

Updated: 01/31/2011 - Cairo's international airport was a scene of chaos and confusion Monday as thousands of foreigners sought to flee the unrest in Egypt and countries around the world scrambled to send in planes to fly their citizens out.

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Media Shut Down in Egypt

Posted: 01/31/2011 - Egyptian authorities shut Al-Jazeera's office, complaining its round-the-clock coverage was slanted toward protesters and could encourage more unrest.

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Mexican Military Finds Drugs on Commercial Plane

Posted: 01/29/2011 - Mexican soldiers seized nearly 200 pounds (90 kilograms) of drugs from the cargo area of an Aeromexico commercial plane scheduled to fly to the northern border city of Tijuana, the military said Saturday.

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Train Crash in Germany Kills 10, Injures 43

Posted: 01/29/2011 - The German news agency DAPD reports a head-on train crash in the country's east killed 10 people and injured 43 others, 18 of them seriously.

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Chaos Engulfs Cairo; Mubarak Points to Succession

Posted: 01/29/2011 - With protests raging, Egypt's president named his intelligence chief as his first-ever vice president on Saturday, setting the stage for a successor as chaos engulfed the capital. Soldiers stood by - a few even joining the demonstrators - and the death toll from five days of anti-government fury rose sharply to 74.

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Kerry Says Mubarak Needs to Respond to his People

Posted: 01/29/2011 - U.S. Sen. John Kerry said Saturday that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak must respond to the concerns of his people and their issues, days after anti-government protests rocked the country.

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Honduras' Lobo: Zelaya Wanted to Stay in Office

Posted: 01/29/2011 - Honduras' president says ousted leader Manuel Zelaya told him point-blank that he wanted to stay in power despite a constitutional prohibition - the very ambition that opponents alleged to justify the coup that toppled Zelaya.

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As Unrest Sweeps Egypt, President Refuses To Quit

Posted: 01/28/2011 - In his first response to the unrest sweeping his nation, Egypt's president fired his Cabinet Saturday and promised reforms but refused to step down, setting the stage for perhaps even heavier street battles with protesters calling for an end to his nearly 30 years in power.

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US Missionary Killed In Mexico Drug No Man's Land

Posted: 01/28/2011 - American missionaries Sam and Nancy Davis were crossing a drug-cartel battleground in northern Mexico when gunmen opened fire on their truck and mortally wounded Nancy.

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Irish To Learn National Election Date Next Week

Posted: 01/28/2011 - Ireland's embattled prime minister said Friday he would dissolve Parliament Tuesday and announce a new date for early elections, as the upper house began debate on legislation to slash spending and raise taxes expected to be its last major act under his government.

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Egypt's Military Secures Famed Antiquities Museum

Posted: 01/28/2011 - The Egyptian army secured Cairo's famed antiquities museum early Saturday, protecting thousands of priceless artifacts, including the gold mask of King Tutankhamun, from looters.

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US to Review Aid to Egypt, WH Spokesman Says

Updated: 01/28/2011 - Increasing the pressure on Egypt's leaders, the Obama administration threatened on Friday to reduce a $1.5 billion program of foreign aid depending on President Hosni Mubarak's response to swelling street protests in Cairo and other cities.

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Albanian Opposition Holds Anti-Gov't Demonstration

Posted: 01/28/2011 - Tens of thousands of Albanians holding flowers and candles marched silently through Albania's capital Friday in a peaceful anti-government demonstration to honor three opposition supporters shot dead during a protest last week.

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