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NZ Police Inquire into Attack on Dolphin

Posted: 01/14/2010 - Police in New Zealand are investigating reports that a boisterous teenage dolphin with a reputation for stealing surfboards and balls from swimmers was attacked with a paddle after annoying a canoeist.

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Doge's Palace in Venice Restored

Posted: 01/14/2010 - Experts have restored part of Venice's Palazzo Ducale, cleaning marble facades and uncovering hidden shades of color and gold.

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Activists Protest Experiments Burying Pigs in Snow

Posted: 01/14/2010 - Vehement protests by animal rights activists prompted scientists on Thursday to temporarily stop an avalanche experiment that involved burying pigs in snow and monitoring their deaths.

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Chavez Suspends Rolling Blackouts in Caracas

Posted: 01/14/2010 - President Hugo Chavez suspended rolling blackouts in Venezuela's capital a day after they began and sacked his electricity minister, saying government officials imposed a rationing plan riddled with mistakes.

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Panama Ex-President Perez Under House Arrest

Posted: 01/14/2010 - Former president Ernesto Perez Balladares was put under house arrest Thursday while authorities investigate accusations that he laundered money.

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Attack in Jordan Targets Israeli Embassy Convoy

Posted: 01/14/2010 - A roadside bomb exploded Thursday near a convoy of Israeli diplomats traveling through Jordan on their way home for the weekend, but no one was hurt, officials in both countries said.

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Haiti Quake Aid Snarled; Up to 50,000 Feared Dead

Posted: 01/14/2010 - Doctors and search dogs, troops and rescue teams flew to this devastated land of dazed, dead and dying people Thursday, finding bottlenecks everywhere, beginning at a main airport short on jet fuel and ramp space and without a control tower.

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Aid Flight to Haiti Resume, Other Charters on Hold

Posted: 01/14/2010 - Military officials said aid flights from the U.S. to earthquake-ravaged Haiti were resumed Thursday afternoon, but other charter flights were still being held back.

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Aid Workers in Haiti Face 'Logistical Nightmare'

Posted: 01/14/2010 - Roads full of hungry, homeless people. A ruined port and an overwhelmed airport. Hundreds of crumpled buildings and little heavy machinery. Few working phones.

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Haiti Quake: Survivors Struggle While Awaiting Aid

Posted: 01/14/2010 - Turning pickup trucks into ambulances and doors into stretchers, Haitians were frantically struggling to save those injured in this week's earthquake as desperately needed aid from around the world began arriving Thursday.

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Thousands Feared Dead in Haiti Quake; Many Trapped

Updated: 01/13/2010 - Dazed survivors wandered past dead bodies in rubble-strewn streets Wednesday, crying for loved ones, and rescuers desperately searched collapsed buildings as fear rose that the death toll from Haiti's devastating earthquake could reach into the tens of thousands.

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Massive Quake Strikes Haiti

Updated: 01/13/2010 - A powerful earthquake struck Haiti's capital on Tuesday with withering force, toppling everything from simple shacks to the ornate National Palace. The dead and injured lay in the streets even as strong aftershocks rippled through the impoverished Caribbean country.

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Chile Repatriates Indian Remains from Europe

Posted: 01/12/2010 - The remains of five Indians from a tribe in southern Chile have been repatriated from Europe more than a century after they were taken away to be displayed as curiosities.

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UN: Guatemala Attorney Orchestrated Own Killing

Posted: 01/12/2010 - A Guatemalan lawyer who accused the country's president of his murder in a video made before his death actually contracted the hitmen to kill him, U.N. investigators announced Tuesday.

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Mexico still Waiting for Most Swine Flu Vaccines

Posted: 01/12/2010 - Mexico - the epicenter of last year's swine flu outbreak - has received less than half of the 30 million vaccine doses it ordered last year, the country's health secretary said Tuesday.

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Israel to Build 2 Fences on Porous Egyptian Border

Posted: 01/11/2010 - Israel's prime minister has ordered the construction of two massive fences along the long and porous southern border with Egypt, saying he wants to stem a growing flood of African asylum seekers and to prevent Islamic militants from entering the country.

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Prehistoric Building Found in Modern Israeli City

Posted: 01/11/2010 - Archaeologists have uncovered remains of an 8,000-year-old prehistoric building as well as ancient flint tools in the modern city of Tel Aviv, Israel's Antiquities Authority announced Monday.

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