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Clashes Erupt As Mexican President Visits City

Posted: 02/15/2011 - Police fired tear gas and clashed for several hours Tuesday with teachers protesting a visit by President Felipe Calderon to the colonial city of Oaxaca.

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1 US Immigration Agent Dead, 1 Injured In Mexico

Posted: 02/15/2011 - U.S. and Mexican officials say they're working closely together to investigate an attack in Mexico that has left one U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent dead and another wounded.

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Chinese Worry New Year Magic Act Is Cruel To Fish

Posted: 02/15/2011 - Chinese animal activists say a now-famous magic trick that showed goldfish swimming in sync for the Lunar New Year is abusive and are asking the state broadcaster not to show it again.

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Former President Who Aided Fiji Coup Dies At 91

Posted: 02/15/2011 - Tribal chief Ratu Josefa Iloilo, who as Fiji's president made crucial decisions backing the military coup of the South Pacific country, has died at age 91.

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Italy's Berlusconi Indicted In Prostitution Probe

Updated: 02/15/2011 - An Italian judge on Tuesday ordered Premier Silvio Berlusconi to stand trial on charges he paid for sex with a 17-year-old Moroccan girl and then tried to cover it up.

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UK Invites Online Comments On New Bill

Updated: 02/15/2011 - Britain is trying to get the broader public more involved with proposed new laws through comments on the Internet.

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China's Inflation Rises As Food Costs Surge

Posted: 02/14/2011 - A double-digit jump in food prices pushed China's inflation higher in January, adding to pressure on Beijing to cool living costs with more interest rate hikes and other measures.

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Bahrain Mourner Killed In Funeral March Protests

Posted: 02/14/2011 - Hospital officials say one person has been killed after security forces in Bahrain opened fire with tear gas and bird shot on thousands of mourners gathered for a funeral procession.

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Japan PM Vows To Find Fallen Soldiers On Iwo Jima

Posted: 02/14/2011 - Japan's prime minister vowed at a memorial ceremony Tuesday to find the remains of the estimated 12,000 soldiers who are still missing from the battle of Iwo Jima, one of the bloodiest and most symbolic campaigns of World War II.

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Chevron Fined $8.6 Billion In Ecuador

Posted: 02/14/2011 - An Ecuadorean judge ruled Monday in an epic environmental case that Chevron Corp. was responsible for oil drilling contamination in a wide swath of Ecuador's northern jungle and ordered the oil giant to pay $8.6 billion in damages and cleanup costs.

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Egyptian Labor Unrest Grows After Uprising

Posted: 02/14/2011 - Thousands of Egyptian state employees, from ambulance drivers to policemen and transport workers, protested Monday in Cairo to demand better pay and conditions in a wave of labor unrest unleashed by the uprising that ousted President Hosni Mubarak.

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Egypt Unrest Puts Mideast Peace Efforts on Hold

Posted: 02/13/2011 - Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's downfall appears to have nudged Israel and the Palestinians toward some common ground: Neither side seems to think now is the time for brave moves toward peace.

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Chavez: Venezuela's 'Revolution' Won't End

Posted: 02/13/2011 - President Hugo Chavez said Sunday that he has no intention of ceasing his efforts to make Venezuela a socialist country, and he expressed confidence that his allies would take the reins of his "Bolivarian Revolution" if he died or decided to step down.

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4th Captive Freed in Colombia

Posted: 02/13/2011 - The International Red Cross says Colombian rebels have released a fourth captive, a 30-year-old police officer held since December.

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Egypt's Military Rulers Dissolve Parliament

Posted: 02/13/2011 - Egypt's military rulers took sweeping action to dismantle the autocratic legacy of former President Hosni Mubarak on Sunday, dissolving parliament, suspending the constitution and promising elections in moves cautiously welcomed by pro-democracy protesters.

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2 Cuban Dissidents Released from Jail

Posted: 02/12/2011 - Two well-known Cuban dissidents were released from prison Saturday, despite the fact both men said they wanted to remain in jail until other opposition leaders were freed and other demands were met.

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Day 1 as Egypt's Ruler: Army Seeks to Reassure

Updated: 02/12/2011 - On Egypt's first day in nearly 30 years without Hosni Mubarak as president, its new military rulers promised Saturday to abide by the peace treaty with Israel and eventually hand power to an elected government. Protesters, still partying at their victory in pushing Mubarak out, now pressed for a voice in guiding their country's move to democracy.

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Security Forces in Yemen Beat Protesters

Posted: 02/12/2011 - Yemeni police with clubs on Saturday beat anti-government protesters who were celebrating the resignation of Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak and demanding the ouster of their own president.

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Mubarak's Final Hours: Desperate Bids to Stay

Posted: 02/12/2011 - Hosni Mubarak was supposed to announce his resignation on Thursday. The Egyptian military expected it. The new head of his ruling party pleaded to him face-to-face to do it. But despite more than two weeks of massive demonstrations by protesters unmoved by lesser concessions, the president still didn't get it.

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6 Dead, 37 Injured in Attack on Mexican Nightclub

Updated: 02/12/2011 - Armed men opened fire and hurled a grenade into a crowded nightclub early Saturday, killing six people and wounding at least 37 in a western city whose former tranquility has been shattered by escalating battles among drug cartels.

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Strong Quake Jolts Chile; Magnitude 6.8

Posted: 02/11/2011 - A magnitude-6.8 earthquake struck central Chile Friday, centered in almost exactly the same spot where last year's magnitude-8.8 quake spawned a tsunami and devastated coastal communities.

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'Egypt Is Free,' Crowds Chant After Mubarak Quits

Updated: 02/11/2011 - Cries of "Egypt is free" rang out and fireworks lit up the sky as hundreds of thousands danced, wept and prayed in joyful pandemonium after 18 days of peaceful pro-democracy protests forced President Hosni Mubarak to surrender power to the military

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