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NZ Earthquake Death Toll at 75 as Search Continues

Updated: 02/22/2011 - Rescuers used their bare hands, dogs, and heavy machines Wednesday in an urgent search for survivors still trapped in crumbled buildings more than 24 hours after an earthquake devastated one of New Zealand's largest cities.

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Key Libyan Diplomats Disown Gadhafi's Regime

Posted: 02/22/2011 - Key Libyan diplomats disowned Moammar Gadhafi's regime for its brutal crackdown on protesters and the country's deputy U.N. ambassador called for an urgent meeting of the U.N. Security Council that will take place Tuesday.

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Baby, Stranded In Ukraine, To Join Belgian Parents

Posted: 02/21/2011 - Baby Samuel's room has been waiting for him for more than two years. The crib stands empty in the corner. Above it hangs a mobile in the shape of a friendly dragon. On the dresser a toy bus stands idle.

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Work Starts On China-Backed Bahamas Resort Project

Posted: 02/21/2011 - Chinese and Bahamian dignitaries celebrated Monday as workers broke ground on what is being billed as the largest project of its kind in the Caribbean - a megaresort that will be financed and largely built by Beijing.

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Key Libyan Diplomats Disown Gadhafi's Regime

Updated: 02/21/2011 - Key Libyan diplomats disowned Moammar Gadhafi's regime on Monday and the country's deputy U.N. ambassador called on the longtime ruler to step down because of its bloody crackdown on protesters.

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Banned Mexican Group Hopes To Return To Tijuana

Posted: 02/21/2011 - The norteno band Tucanes de Tijuana hopes to be able to perform once again in that Mexican border city, now that a police official who banned it from playing there has resigned.

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36 Killed in Mali Stampede

Posted: 02/21/2011 - The minister of interior security said in a statement that 36 people were killed in a stampede Monday following a religious ceremony.

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Gadhafi's Hold on Libya Weakens in Protest Wave

Updated: 02/21/2011 - Deep cracks opened in Moammar Gadhafi's regime Monday, with Libyan government officials at home and abroad resigning, air force pilots defecting and a major government building ablaze after clashes in the capital of Tripoli. Protesters called for another night of defiance against the Arab world's longest-serving leader despite a crackdown.

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EU Ministers Urge Libya to End Attacks on Protests

Posted: 02/21/2011 - European Union foreign ministers sharply criticized Libyan authorities on Monday for cracking down on pro-democracy protesters, overcoming a disagreement over how tough the EU should be in denouncing Moammar Gadhafi's government.

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Libya: Protesters, Security Clash In Capital

Posted: 02/21/2011 - Libyan protesters celebrated in the streets of Benghazi on Monday, claiming control of the country's second largest city after bloody fighting, and anti-government unrest spread to the capital with clashes in Tripoli's main square for the first time.

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12 Taxi Drivers, Fares Killed in Mexican Resort

Posted: 02/20/2011 - A spate of attacks on taxis in the Mexican resort city of Acapulco has left 12 taxi drivers or passengers dead, police said Sunday, just hours before the Mexican Open tennis tournament is scheduled to start.

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Peru: Fujimori to Have Tongue Surgery

Posted: 02/20/2011 - Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori's chief doctor says he has been hospitalized for surgery to correct lesions on his tongue.

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Pirates: Warship Shadowing Hijacked American Yacht

Posted: 02/20/2011 - A warship is shadowing a yacht with four Americans on board that was hijacked by Somali pirates, a pirate said Sunday, as the vessel was reported to be moving closer to the Somali coast.

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Ivory Coast Police Open Fire on Crowd

Posted: 02/20/2011 - Witnesses say security forces fired on protesters for the second consecutive day in Ivory Coast's biggest city, following a call for an "Egypt-style" uprising to depose sitting president Laurent Gbagbo.

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Thai Police: Insurgent Attacks in South Wound 17

Posted: 02/19/2011 - Suspected Muslim insurgents detonated a car bomb and raked a karaoke restaurant with gunfire in Thailand's restive south, wounding at least 17 people in back-to-back attacks in the volatile region, police said Sunday.

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China Cracks Down on Call for 'Jasmine Revolution'

Posted: 02/19/2011 - Chinese authorities cracked down on activists as a call circulated for people to gather in more than a dozen cities Sunday for a "Jasmine Revolution" apparently inspired by the wave of pro-democracy protests sweeping the Middle East.

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Peruvian from US Spy Scandal Back Home

Posted: 02/19/2011 - A Peruvian journalist deported by the United States to Russia in a spy swap returned home to attend her father's burial Saturday.

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Mexico President Vows $830 a Month for Army Widows

Posted: 02/19/2011 - President Felipe Calderon promised minimum monthly pensions of 10,000 pesos ($830) for the spouses of soldiers killed in action, during a speech Saturday praising the army's fight against drug cartels.

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Iran Releases 2 German Journalists Held for Months

Posted: 02/19/2011 - Iran on Saturday freed two German journalists arrested four months ago after they interviewed the son of an Iranian woman sentenced to death by stoning for adultery.

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Tijuana's Former Top Cop Leaves Government

Updated: 02/18/2011 - A retired Mexican army officer who led an overhaul of the notoriously corrupt police force of the border city of Tijuana has quit as a state law enforcement official after only three months on the job.

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