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North Korea Warns area is on Brink of War

Updated: 11/26/2010 - North Korea warned Friday that U.S.-South Korean plans for military maneuvers put the peninsula on the brink of war, and appeared to launch its own artillery drills within sight of an island it showered with a deadly barrage this week.

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Mexico: Mayor With Drug Cartel Links Goes Missing

Posted: 11/25/2010 - The mayor and mayor-elect of a southern Mexican town have disappeared after Mexico's army detained police and local officials suspected of working for a drug cartel.

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Japan Election Sure To Show Opposition To US Base

Posted: 11/25/2010 - An election Sunday for the governor of a southern Japanese island where a controversial U.S. Marine base is located is likely to cause more problems for Japan's relations with key ally, the United States, as both leading candidates want the base off the island.

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Red Cross Scolds 'Failed' HIV Policy Among Nations

Posted: 11/25/2010 - The spread of HIV and AIDS among millions of people could be slowed if addicts who inject drugs were treated as medical patients rather than as criminals, the International Federation of the Red Cross said Friday.

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France to Hunt Again for Vanished Rio-Paris Flight

Posted: 11/25/2010 - The French government has announced plans for a fourth search for the flight recorders of an Air France jetliner that crashed into the Atlantic Ocean while flying from Rio de Janeiro to Paris 18 months ago.

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Months May Be Needed to Recover Miners' Bodies

Posted: 11/24/2010 - New Zealand held a national day of mourning Thursday for the 29 victims of its worst mining disaster in decades, while officials said it could be weeks or months before their bodies are recovered from deep underground.

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Australia Deports US Man Convicted of Killing Wife

Posted: 11/24/2010 - An American man convicted of manslaughter in his wife's honeymoon death was deported Thursday from Australia to the United States, where he is likely to face murder charges for the 2003 drowning.

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South Korea Boosts Security as North Korea Issues Warning

Posted: 11/24/2010 - South Korea's president vowed Thursday to boost troops on an island targeted by a North Korean artillery barrage, while the North stridently warned of additional attacks if the South carries out any "reckless military provocations."

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Egypt Activists Struggle to Monitor Election

Posted: 11/24/2010 - Rights activists in Egypt are struggling to ensure they will be able to monitor parliament elections Sunday that they expect to be plagued by rigging.

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North Korean Shelling Killed 4, Gutted Homes

Posted: 11/24/2010 - As they left behind gutted homes, scorched trees and rubble-strewn streets, residents of the tiny South Korean island shelled by North Korea told harrowing tales Wednesday of fiery destruction and narrow escapes.

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US, China Disagree On More Nuke Talks With NKorea

Posted: 11/24/2010 - A U.S. envoy called Wednesday for international condemnation of North Korea over its shelling of a South Korean island, a day after he ruled out resuming six-nation nuclear disarmament talks with the North while it works on a new uranium facility.

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Spain Frees Guatemalan Wanted In UN-Backed Probe

Posted: 11/23/2010 - A Spanish judge Tuesday ordered a former Guatemalan interior minister be freed because authorities in the Central American country failed to request his extradition on charges he ordered the extra-judicial execution of seven inmates.

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Tensions High As North, South Korea Trade Shelling

Posted: 11/23/2010 - North and South Korea exchanged artillery fire along their disputed frontier, raising tensions between the rivals to their highest level in more than a decade. The communist nation warned of more military strikes if the South encroaches on the maritime border by "even 0.001 millimeter."

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Poll: 49% Of Mexicans Think Drug War A Failure

Posted: 11/23/2010 - Nearly half the Mexican public considers President Felipe Calderon's offensive against drug cartels a failure, a poll suggested Tuesday for the first time since the conservative leader launched the deadly crackdown in 2006.

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Report Blames Rig Operator For Australian Spill

Posted: 11/23/2010 - A government report on Wednesday blamed a Thai-owned oil rig operator for Australia's worst ever oil spill that stained the coasts of Indonesia and East Timor last year.

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US Condemns North Korean Attack on South Korea

Posted: 11/23/2010 - President Barack Obama was "outraged" Tuesday, the White House said, following North Korea's artillery attack against the South Korean island of Yeonpyeong, the latest in a series of provocations that have reawakened concerns about the threat posed by the communist country and its reclusive leadership.

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North, South Korea Exchange Fire; Two Marines Killed

Posted: 11/23/2010 - North and South Korea exchanged artillery fire Tuesday after the North shelled an island near their disputed sea border, killing at least two South Korean marines, setting dozens of buildings ablaze and sending civilians fleeing for shelter.

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Jawbone Not That of Natalee Holloway

Updated: 11/23/2010 - A jawbone found on an Aruba beach does not belong to missing Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway, prosecutors in the Dutch Caribbean island said Tuesday.

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Qantas To Return A380s To Service

Posted: 11/22/2010 - Qantas said Tuesday it will resume flying some of its A380 superjumbos this weekend, ending a self-imposed flight ban after a massive in-flight engine failure prompted a global safety review.

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Mexico: Migrants Should Form Convoys For Safety

Posted: 11/22/2010 - Mexico's government is telling migrants driving home for the holidays from the United States that they should form convoys for their own safety while traveling through Mexico, and an official said Monday that police will accompany convoys on the most dangerous stretches of highway.

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At Least 349 Die In Stampede At Cambodian Festival

Posted: 11/22/2010 - Thousands of people stampeded during a festival in the Cambodian capital, leaving at least 349 dead and hundreds injured in what the prime minister called the country's biggest tragedy since the 1970s reign of terror by the Khmer Rouge.

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