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Three Convicted in Airline Terror Plot

Posted: 07/08/2010 - A jury on Thursday convicted three British Muslims of conspiring to murder hundreds of people as part of a plot to blow up passenger planes over the Atlantic.

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Al-Qaida May Have Plotted Bombings in US, Europe

Updated: 07/08/2010 - Three suspected al-Qaida members were arrested Thursday for what Norwegian and U.S. officials said was a terrorist plot linked to similar plans to bomb New York's subway and blow up a shopping mall in England.

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Egypt Unveils Discovery of 4300-Year-Old Tombs

Posted: 07/08/2010 - Egyptian archaeologists on Thursday unveiled a newly-unearthed double tomb with vivid wall paintings in the ancient necropolis of Saqqara near Cairo, saying it could be the start for uncovering a vast cemetery in the area.

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Russia-US Spy Swap Appears in Motion

Updated: 07/08/2010 - The largest Russia-U.S. spy swap since the Cold War appeared to be in motion Thursday, with up to 10 guilty pleas expected in New York of defendants accused of spying for Russia in exchange for the release of convicted Russian spies. A Russian convicted of spying for the United States was reportedly plucked from a Moscow prison and flown to Vienna.

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Two Gored in Running of the Bulls

Posted: 07/07/2010 - Two people have been gored and at least four more injured in falls in the second running of the bulls of the famed the San Fermin fiesta.

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Swiss Solar Plane Flying High In Crucial Test

Posted: 07/07/2010 - An experimental solar-powered plane took off from western Switzerland on Wednesday for a 24-hour test flight - a key step in a historic effort to one day circle the globe using only energy collected from the sun.

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US: NY Subway Plot Linked to British Cell

Updated: 07/07/2010 - A failed plot to set off bombs in the New York subway system last year was part of a larger al-Qaida terrorist conspiracy that planned a similar attack in England, U.S. prosecutors said Wednesday.

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Two Hurt in Running of the Bulls

Posted: 07/07/2010 - Thousands of daredevils dashed through Pamplona's historic old quarter Wednesday for a goring-free first bull run at the San Fermin fiesta, a raucous event that ushers in Spain's summer party season.

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Sen. Lieberman Says Force May Be Needed In Iran

Posted: 07/07/2010 - U.S. Senator Joseph Lieberman says there is a broad consensus in Congress that military force can be used if necessary to stop Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons.

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Swiss Solar Plane Flying High in Crucial Test

Posted: 07/07/2010 - An experimental solar-powered plane took off from western Switzerland on Wednesday for a 24-hour test flight - a key step in a historic effort to one day circle the globe using only energy collected from the sun.

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Germany Takes Legal Steps Against Facebook

Updated: 07/07/2010 - A German data protection official said Wednesday he launched legal proceedings against Facebook, which he accused of illegally accessing and saving personal data of people who don't use the social networking site.

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French Parliament Debates Ban on Burqa-Style Veils

Posted: 07/06/2010 - France's hotly debated bill to ban burqa-style Islamic veils in public is going before parliament, with President Nicolas Sarkozy's government casting the measure as a way to promote equality between the sexes and protect oppressed women.

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Spain Shrugs Off Bad Economy, Launches Bull Runs

Posted: 07/06/2010 - Spain shrugged off its economic woes Tuesday with tens of thousands of Spaniards and foreigners jamming a historic city plaza and spraying each other with wine as a firecracker rocket blasted off to launch the famed San Fermin bull-running festival.

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Charged: US Soldier Linked to Iraq Attack Video

Posted: 07/06/2010 - BAGHDAD – An American soldier suspected of leaking a military video of an attack on unarmed men in Iraq was charged with multiple counts of mishandling and leaking classified data and putting national security at risk, the U.S. Army said in a statement Tuesday.

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US Eyes UN Peacekeepers for Iraq After 2011

Posted: 07/06/2010 - The top American military commander in Iraq said Tuesday that U.N. peacekeeping forces may need to protect disputed territories in the nation's north if tensions between Kurds and Arabs haven't eased by the time U.S. troops leave in 2011.

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Israeli Army: Gaza War Troops to be Disciplined

Posted: 07/06/2010 - The Israeli military indicted a soldier Tuesday on a charge of manslaughter during last year's war in the Gaza Strip — the most serious criminal charge to come out of an internal investigation into the devastating offensive in the Hamas-ruled territory.

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Toyota Recalls 92,000 Cars in Japan

Posted: 07/05/2010 - Toyota started recalling more than 90,000 luxury Lexus and Crown vehicles Monday in Japan over defective engines -- the latest setback for the automaker beset with quality problems.

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McCain: Kandahar Key to Victory in Afghan War

Posted: 07/05/2010 - The ranking Republican on the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee said Monday that NATO and Afghan troops will prevail in the war if they can succeed in securing and bolstering governance in the Taliban stronghold of Kandahar.

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Chinese Court Sentences US Geologist to 8 Years

Posted: 07/05/2010 - An American geologist held by Chinese state security agents who stubbed lit cigarettes on his arms was sentenced to eight years in prison Monday for gathering data on China's oil industry — a case that highlights the government's use of vague secrets laws to restrict business information.

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Mexican President's Allies Lead in Key Elections

Posted: 07/05/2010 - President Felipe Calderon's allies held back a resurgence by Mexico's old ruling party, according to results Monday from state elections marred by drug gang violence so severe a large majority of citizens stayed home in two of the most dangerous border states.

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Komorowski Win Strengthens Local Government

Posted: 07/05/2010 - Bronislaw Komorowski's election as president offered Poland's pro-business ruling party an opportunity but also a challenge Monday as it prepared to govern without the obstacle of a hostile head of state.

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Israel to Allow Most Goods into Gaza

Posted: 07/05/2010 - Israel dropped its long-standing restrictions on allowing consumer goods into the Gaza Strip on Monday but retained limits on desperately needed construction materials, redefining the rules of its heavily criticized Gaza embargo on the eve of the Israeli prime minister's trip to the White House.

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