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First New Zealand Soldier Dies In Afghanistan

Posted: 08/03/2010 - New Zealand suffered its first combat fatality in Afghanistan when a soldier died in an ambush that left another two New Zealand soldiers and an Afghan interpreter wounded, an official said on Wednesday.

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NASA Puts Off Space Station Repair Until Friday

Posted: 08/03/2010 - NASA says it needs more time to prepare before sending two astronauts on a spacewalk to replace a broken pump on the station's cooling system. The pump failed over the weekend and knocked out half of the space station's cooling system, which keeps electronic equipment from overheating.

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Russia Admits Some Wildfires Are Out Of Control

Updated: 08/03/2010 - Some of the devastating wildfires sweeping western Russia are out of control, Russia's emergency chief said Tuesday, as fears grew there were not enough firefighters to battle them.

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Russia Pushes Back Chemical Weapons Deadline

Updated: 08/03/2010 - Russia's Foreign Ministry says the country will push back its deadline for destroying chemical weapons stockpiles by as much as three years due to budget and technical problems.

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Protesters In Poland Block Cross From Being Moved

Updated: 08/03/2010 - Protesters shouting "Defend the cross!" scuffled with police Tuesday but managed to prevent Polish officials from moving a cross erected outside the presidential palace in memory of the late President Lech Kaczynski.

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Unrest In Karachi As 45 Gunned Down

Updated: 08/03/2010 - Security forces are struggling to regain control of Pakistan's largest city after 45 shooting deaths and unrest that saw dozens of vehicles and shops set ablaze.

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Deadly Flooding Spreads To Pakistan's Heartland

Updated: 08/03/2010 - Floodwaters are spreading into Pakistan's heartland, submerging dozens of villages along swollen rivers. And fresh rains in the hardest-hit northwest are threatening the country's third-largest dam.

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NKorea Threatens To Retaliate Against SKorea

Updated: 08/03/2010 - North Korea's military has threatened to retaliate against South Korea over its planned naval drills this week near the disputed sea border with North Korea.

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9 Dead, 7 Trapped In Central China Coal Mine

Updated: 08/03/2010 - The official Xinhua News Agency says a "gas outburst" occurred at 11:19 p.m. Monday at the Sanyuandong Coal Mine in Dengfeng, a city in Henan province.

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Group Sues Brazilian Exporter Over Shark Fishing

Posted: 08/02/2010 - A Brazilian environmental group sued a fish exporter for $790 million Monday, alleging the firm has illegally sold the fins from 280,000 sharks since 2009 to meet demand in Asia where they are a culinary delicacy.

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9 Dead, 7 Trapped In Central China Coal Mine

Posted: 08/02/2010 - Nine workers were killed and seven others trapped after lethal gas leaked into a coal mine in central China, a state news agency said Tuesday.

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Mexico Prez: Cartels Show No 'Limits Or Scruples'

Posted: 08/02/2010 - President Felipe Calderon said Monday that Mexico is facing a new stage in its war with drug cartels as gangs escalate their attacks on the government and civilians, including journalists.

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Plane Crashes in Northern Siberia, at Least 7 Dead

Posted: 08/02/2010 - A twin-engine passenger plane crashed early Tuesday near a northern Siberia town, killing at least seven of the 15 people on board, Russia's Emergencies Ministry said.

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Firefighting Plane Crashes in Canada

Posted: 08/01/2010 - Search and rescue teams were trying Sunday to reach the site where a Canadian waterbombing plane crashed while fighting a wildfire.

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Castro Accuses US Of Torture In 'Cuban Five' Case

Posted: 07/30/2010 - Fidel Castro accused U.S. authorities of torturing a convicted Cuban spy, telling a meeting of communist youths that the agent had been placed in solitary confinement in California.

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Chile General Convicted In 1974 Murders Blames CIA

Posted: 07/30/2010 - The former chief of Chile's feared secret police who was convicted in the 1974 assassination of Gen. Augusto Pinochet's biggest enemy in exile says the CIA committed the crime.

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Expo Shows Illegal Pet Trade Rampant In Indonesia

Posted: 07/30/2010 - The most threatened tortoise in the world is being sold openly at a plant and animal exposition in the heart of Indonesia's capital, highlighting concerns about the rampant - and growing - illegal pet trade.

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Mexico's TV Channel Cancels Show After Kidnappings

Posted: 07/30/2010 - Mexico's biggest television network canceled a popular news show to protest the kidnapping of four reporters in what media advocates said Friday is an escalation of a campaign by drug gangs to control information.

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Raging Russian Fires Destroy Homes

Posted: 07/29/2010 - Raging forest fires encircled a southern Russian city and tore through provincial villages Thursday, forcing mass evacuations as Moscow suffered through a record, weeks-long heat wave and smog cloud caused by peat-bog fires.

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