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US Officials Have Met With Alleged Teen Assassin

Posted: 12/07/2010 - A U.S. Embassy spokesman says consular officials met with a 14-year-old boy accused of being a drug cartel assassin but that his citizenship has not been determined.

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Mexico Appeals Acquittal Of Reputed Drug 'Queen'

Posted: 12/06/2010 - The Mexican Attorney General's Office on Monday appealed the acquittal of a reputed drug cartel "queen" on charges of conspiracy to traffic drugs, money laundering and organized crime.

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SKorea, US Hold Military Talks On NKorea

Posted: 12/06/2010 - Top U.S. and South Korean military officials will hold talks on soaring tensions following a North Korean artillery attack on a South Korean island.

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Vietnam Demotes Police For Naked Prostitutes Film

Posted: 12/06/2010 - An official says Vietnamese authorities have demoted five policemen for filming the arrest of two naked prostitutes after the footage was posted on the Internet.

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Hotels Shelter Venezuelans Affected by Floods

Posted: 12/06/2010 - Venezuelan soldiers took charge at several privately owned hotels Monday to help accommodate some of the thousands of people who have been forced from their homes by flooding and mudslides following weeks of torrential rains.

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Riots Return to Greece, 2 Years After Teen's Death

Posted: 12/06/2010 - Protesting youths rioted in central Athens for more than six hours Monday, attacking police with rocks, flares and petrol bombs, after a student rally marking two years since the fatal police shooting of a teenage boy.

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Continental Found Guilty in Concorde Crash

Posted: 12/06/2010 - Continental Airlines and one of its mechanics were convicted of manslaughter Monday by a French court, which ruled that debris from a Continental plane caused the crash of an Air France Concorde jet that killed 113 people a decade ago.

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Cuba Commutes Salvadoran Terrorist's Death Sentence

Posted: 12/03/2010 - Cuba's Supreme Court commuted the death sentence of a Salvadoran man convicted of terrorism for his role in a string of bombings that killed an Italian and wounded 11 others in 1997, ruling Friday that he should serve 30 years in prison instead

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Spain Military Takes Over Air Traffic Control

Posted: 12/03/2010 - Spain's military took control of the nation's airspace Friday night after air traffic controllers staged a massive sickout that stranded at least 330,000 travelers on the eve of a long holiday weekend.

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Dozens Injured In Easter Island Land Disputes

Posted: 12/03/2010 - A land dispute on Easter Island turned violent Friday when riot police evicting islanders from their ancestral home were surrounded by rock-throwing protesters.

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President Obama in Afghanistan on Unannounced Trip

Updated: 12/03/2010 - President Barack Obama slipped unannounced into dangerous Afghanistan on Friday, one year after widening an ever deadlier war and just days before a pivotal review about the 9-year-plus conflict.

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A380 Failure Blamed on Oil Fire

Posted: 12/02/2010 - An oil leak was the most likely cause of the mid-air disintegration of a superjumbo engine last month that prompted a global safety review of the world's newest and largest jetliner, investigators said in a preliminary report on Friday.

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Chinese Train Breaks World Speed Record

Posted: 12/02/2010 - China's railway ministry says a Chinese passenger train has set a new record for speed, hitting 302 miles per hour (486 kilometers per hour) during a test run.

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Cholera Panic Sparks Haiti Witch-Hunt; 12 Killed

Posted: 12/02/2010 - Terror over a fast-spreading cholera epidemic has triggered a violent witch-hunt in rural Haiti in which locals have murdered at least 12 neighbors on accusations they used "black magic" to infect people, police said Thursday.

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Suicide Prevention Charities Reaching Out Online

Posted: 12/02/2010 - Suicide prevention groups are increasingly focusing their attentions online, partly to fight back against Internet websites they say can facilitate suicide.

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Biggest-Ever Israeli Forest Fire Kills Dozens

Posted: 12/02/2010 - The worst forest fire in Israel's history on Thursday devastated one of the country's few forested areas, killing at least 36 guards on their way to rescue inmates at a prison in the fire zone, destroying homes and forcing the evacuation of thousands.

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Quake Hits Papua New Guinea

Posted: 12/01/2010 - A powerful earthquake struck waters off Papua New Guinea early Thursday. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage and no threat of a widespread, destructive tsunami.

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Madonna's New Mexico City Gym Gets OK To Open

Updated: 12/01/2010 - Mexican authorities have given Madonna's fitness club the green light to open after saying the gym was in danger of being shut down because it lacked several permits.

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South Korean Refugees Struggle After Shelling

Posted: 12/01/2010 - A South Korean fisherman whose neighborhood was swallowed by flames in last week's North Korean shelling saw a TV image of the North's leader, Kim Jong Il, and cringed.

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