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One Dead in Mall Gunfight

Posted: 01/20/2011 - Authorities say police battled armed suspects at a popular mall in the Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez, sending terrified shoppers scrambling and leaving one officer dead.

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Tijuana-Area Drug Traffic Suspect Caught

Posted: 01/20/2011 - The head of a Tijuana-area drug trafficking ring who worked for the Sinaloa cartel and has been linked by authorities to about 50 killings was captured by the Mexican army, officials said Thursday.

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24 Stranded Whales Die

Posted: 01/20/2011 - New Zealand conservation officials on Friday euthanized 10 pilot whales, the only survivors of a 24-strong pod that became stranded in a mangrove swamp.

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Floods Costing Australia $3 Billion

Posted: 01/20/2011 - Rivers surged to record heights and put rural towns and an already waterlogged city on flood watch Friday in a weekslong crisis that is costing Australia at least $3 billion in lost farming and coal exports.

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Five Dead in Bangladesh Gunfight

Updated: 01/20/2011 - A fierce gunfight Friday between rival tribal groups in remote southeastern Bangladesh left at least five people dead, television reports said.

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Line In NZ Sand Helps Pilot's Rescue From Sea

Posted: 01/19/2011 - A line scrawled by a villager in beach sand helped point airborne searchers to a downed helicopter pilot after his aircraft crashed Thursday into a bay on the coast of northern New Zealand, rescue officials said.

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16 Inmates Bolt Philippine Jail Using Blankets

Posted: 01/19/2011 - A mayor says 16 inmates have broken free from a jail in the southern Philippines by cutting the iron bars of their cell and using blankets to lower themselves into a nearby river.

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Apple Under Fire From Chinese Environmental Groups

Posted: 01/19/2011 - Three dozen Chinese environmental groups are accusing Apple Inc. of not responding to concerns about pollution and health problems at factories that supply it with components.

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Iran Tests Missile in Display Before Nuclear Talks

Posted: 01/19/2011 - Iran says it has test-fired an anti-aircraft missile near a nuclear site in a military display before talks resume with world powers over Tehran's uranium enrichment program.

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China Reaches Out To US With Cash

Posted: 01/19/2011 - Seeking to ease economic tensions with America's largest trading partner, the White House said Wednesday that China would purchase $45 billion in U.S. exports, including a highly-sought after $19 billion deal for 200 Boeing airplanes

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Rising Rivers Swamp Australian Town

Posted: 01/19/2011 - Authorities told townspeople in Australia's southeast to flee homes with three days of supplies Wednesday as a surging river threatened another community in a flooding crisis that has devastated the country's mining industry.

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Pakistan Escapes Major Quake Damage

Posted: 01/19/2011 - Authorities have dispatched teams to villages close to the epicenter of a powerful earthquake in Pakistan to check for any damage and casualties.

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Fever Claims Three Lives in India

Posted: 01/18/2011 - A state health minister says three people have died from a highly contagious hemorrhagic fever at a village in western Indian and that all residents there will be given medical screenings in efforts to contain the illness.

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Obama Discusses Tunisia with Egypt's Mubarak

Posted: 01/18/2011 - President Barack Obama has reassured Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak (HAHS'-nee moo-BAH'-rahk) that the U.S. wants calm and an end to the violence in Tunisia and for that country's interim government to uphold human rights and hold free and fair elections.

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U.S. Continues Demands on China

Posted: 01/18/2011 - U.S. companies have long demanded that China let its currency rise to make U.S. exports cheaper. But as President Hu Jintao visits Washington this week, U.S. companies are stressing other goals: Stopping the theft of intellectual property. And getting a fair chance to win government contracts.

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Violence-Scarred Tunisia Announces New Government

Posted: 01/17/2011 - Tunisia took a step toward democracy and reconciliation Monday, promising to free political prisoners and opening its government to opposition forces long shut out of power - but the old guard held onto the key posts, angering protesters.

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2 Likely Bystanders Among 6 Slain At Mexican Store

Posted: 01/17/2011 - Gunmen looking to settle a drug gang dispute blitzed a corner store Monday in northeast Mexico, killing six people, including two apparent bystanders, authorities said.

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Peaking River Splits Australian Town In 2

Posted: 01/17/2011 - Knee-deep water inundated communities in southeastern Australia and split one town in two Tuesday as swollen rivers carried flood fears downstream and officials urged residents to evacuate.

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Taiwan's Unusually Public Missile Test Fizzles

Posted: 01/17/2011 - Taiwan's leader presided Tuesday over an unusually public test-firing of 19 missiles, but almost a third missed their targets, raising new questions about the self-ruled island's readiness to defend against Chinese attack.

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Towns in Southeast Australia Prepare for Flooding

Posted: 01/17/2011 - Knee-deep water has inundated communities in southeastern Australia and electricity companies warn that further cuts there are likely if more power stations are submerged by floodwaters.

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Gov't: More Than 78 Die in Tunisian Unrest

Updated: 01/17/2011 - Tunisia's government says more than 78 protesters and other civilians have died in the unrest that has swept the country for a month.

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Latest Leak Indicates Tax Evasion

Posted: 01/17/2011 - "I am against the system. I know how the system works and I know the day-to-day business. From that point of view, I wanted to let society know what I know. It is damaging our society,"

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Cuba Says Travel Changes Not Enough

Updated: 01/16/2011 - Cuba said Sunday that the Obama Administration's decision to lift some travel restrictions on students, academics and religious groups and make it easier for Americans to send money were positive steps, but not nearly enough while Washington maintains its 48-year trade embargo on the island.

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Rural Australian Towns Brace for High River Peaks

Posted: 01/16/2011 - Australia's flooding crisis headed south Monday into Victoria state, where record floods were predicted for several rural communities facing rivers swollen from heavy upstream rains.

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US Pomp Meant to Improve Tone of China Relations

Posted: 01/16/2011 - Chinese leader Hu Jintao is being feted in Washington this week with a lavish state banquet at the White House and other pomp usually reserved for close friends and allies - all intended to improve the tone of relations between a risen, more assertive and prosperous China and a U.S. superpower in a tenuous economic recovery.

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