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Gates Takes Stand in Korea Warship Drama

Posted: 06/04/2010 - In a clear challenge to China, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Asian nations cannot stand by in the face of North Korea's alleged sinking of a South Korean warship.

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Moscow Launches Mars Simulation

Posted: 06/03/2010 - An international team of researchers climbed into a set of windowless steel capsules Thursday to launch a 520-day simulation of a flight to Mars intended to help real space crews of the future cope with confinement, stress and fatigue of interplanetary travel.

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Migrant Death Protested at Border

Posted: 06/03/2010 - Dozens of people rallied on the California-Mexico border Thursday to protest the death of a migrant after a U.S. immigration officer shot him with a stun gun.

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More Than 100 Dead in Bangladesh Fire

Posted: 06/03/2010 - A huge fire raced through several apartment buildings and devastated a rooftop wedding party in the Bangladeshi capital, killing at least 108 people and injuring more than 100 others, officials and local media said Friday.

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Holloway Suspect Sought in Peru Murder

Updated: 06/03/2010 - A young Dutchman previously arrested in the 2005 disappearance of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway is the prime suspect in the weekend murder of a Peruvian woman, police said Wednesday.

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US Considers Sending Carrier to Korea

Posted: 06/02/2010 - U.S. defense officials say they may deploy the massive aircraft carrier USS George Washington off the Korean Peninsula in the Yellow Sea, where North Korea allegedly sank a South Korean warship.

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UK Taxi Driver Kills 12, Wounds 25 in England

Updated: 06/02/2010 - British police say a taxi driver went on a shooting spree across rural northwestern England, killing 12 people and wounding 25 others before turning the gun on himself.

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179 Dead in Tropical Storm Agatha

Posted: 06/01/2010 - Rural villagers used hoes and pick axes to hunt for victims of landslides that have killed at least 179 people in Central America while officials in Guatemala's capital tried to cope with a vast sinkhole that swallowed a clothing factory.

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Al-Qaida: Number 3 Official Killed

Posted: 06/01/2010 - Al-Qaida announced Monday that its No. 3 official, Mustafa al-Yazid, had been killed along with members of his family — perhaps one of the most severe blows to the terror movement since the U.S. campaign against al-Qaida began. A U.S. official said al-Yazid was believed to have died in a U.S. missile strike.

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Turkish PM Calls Israeli Ship Raid a Massacre

Posted: 06/01/2010 - The Turkish prime minister furiously blamed Israel on Tuesday for a "bloody massacre" that killed nine people on a Gaza-bound Turkish aid ship, and proclaimed that the two countries had reached a turning point in their long-standing alliance.

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China's Shift Away from Cheap Labor Hard on All

Posted: 06/01/2010 - Global manufacturers struggling with life-or-death pressures to control costs are finding that the legions of low-wage Chinese workers they rely on have limits.

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Sarah Ferguson Tells Winfrey She Had Been Drinking

Posted: 05/31/2010 - Sarah Ferguson says she had been drinking and was "not in my right place" when she was caught on video offering access to her former husband, Prince Andrew, for $724,000.

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Body of Reno Man Found in Dutch St. Maarten

Updated: 06/01/2010 - Police in St. Maarten say they have found the body of an American man who died under mysterious circumstances in the Dutch Caribbean territory.

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Israel Boat Raid Sparks Condemnations, Protests

Updated: 05/31/2010 - Turkey withdrew its ambassador to Israel and called for an emergency session of the U.N. Security Council as criticism and condemnations arose across Europe and the Arab world Monday over Israel's deadly commando raid on ships taking humanitarian aid to the blockaded Gaza Strip.

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German President Quits Post

Updated: 05/31/2010 - In a surprise announcement, German President Horst Koehler resigned Monday after being criticized for remarks in which he appeared to link military deployments abroad with the country's economic interests.

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Air France Crash Victims' Families Want New Ssearch

Updated: 05/31/2010 - A year after Air France Flight 447 crashed into the Atlantic Ocean, families of some of the 228 victims are demanding a new search for the flight recorders - and for answers.

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U.S. Troops in Afghanistan Mark Memorial Day

Updated: 05/31/2010 - U.S. soldiers serving in Afghanistan remembered friends and colleagues Monday in solemn Memorial Day ceremonies to commemorate all of their nation's war dead.

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Uribe Defends Brother Against Death Squad Charge

Posted: 05/28/2010 - Colombian President Alvaro Uribe defended his brother Friday against allegations of having led a right-wing death squad from the family ranch during the early 1990s.

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Mexico Offers Rewards For 33 Drug Gang Suspects

Posted: 05/28/2010 - Mexico's government unveiled a list of 33 wanted drug suspects Friday, including three men allegedly tied to a cartel responsible for much of the bloodshed in the northern border city of Ciudad Juarez.

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UK Treasury Minister Apologizes Over Expenses

Posted: 05/28/2010 - Britain's new coalition government faced its first major setback Friday, as a senior Treasury minister admitted to claiming lawmakers' expenses to rent rooms in homes owned by his partner.

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