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Pope's Brother Says He Would Testify In Abuse Case

Posted: 03/07/2010 - The brother of Pope Benedict XVI has told a newspaper he is willing to testify in the sex scandal rocking Germany's Catholic Church, even though he says he knows nothing about the alleged abuse of boys in a choir he later led.

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British Tenor Philip Langridge Dies at 70

Posted: 03/07/2010 - British tenor Philip Langridge, who won praise for his vocal versatility and subtle characterization, has died at the age of 70, the Royal Opera House said Sunday.

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Mexico City Cuts Cops' Calories

Posted: 03/07/2010 - Mexico City's police department has introduced a new lower-calorie menu in cafeterias serving its 70,000-member force after finding out that almost three-quarters of officers are overweight.

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Catholic Church Slams Mexico City's Leftist Mayor

Posted: 03/07/2010 - Mexico's Roman Catholic Church has published its harshest criticism to date of leftist Mexico City Mayor Marcelo Ebrard, accusing his administration of botching issues ranging from crime to public transit.

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Obama Congratulates Iraqis on National Vote

Updated: 03/07/2010 - President Barack Obama praised Iraqis who turned out to vote in national elections Sunday despite "acts of violence" to discourage participation.

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Officers: Pakistan Arrests American-Born Al-Qaida

Posted: 03/07/2010 - The American-born spokesman for al-Qaida has been arrested by Pakistani intelligence officers in the southern city of Karachi, two officers and a government official said Sunday, the same day Adam Gadahn appeared in a video calling for Muslim violence.

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Early Results: Iceland Voters Reject Debt Deal

Posted: 03/06/2010 - Initial results show that most Icelandic voters have rejected a $5.3 billion plan to pay off Britain and the Netherlands for debts spawned by the collapse of an Icelandic Internet bank.

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British PM Pledges Vehicles to Battle Afghan Bombs

Posted: 03/06/2010 - British Prime Minister Gordon Brown promised British troops 200 new patrol vehicles that can resist roadside bombs more effectively during an unannounced visit Saturday to southern Afghanistan.

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Lawyer: New Testimony in Knox Murder Case

Posted: 03/06/2010 - A convict has offered new testimony in the murder case of American student Amanda Knox, according to the lawyer for Knox's former boyfriend.

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Huge Waves Kills 2 on Cruise Ship in Mediterranean

Posted: 03/03/2010 - Greek and Cypriot officials say 26-foot waves have crashed into a cruise ship with nearly 2,000 people on board off France, smashing glass windshields and killing two passengers.

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Greek Prime Minister Says IMF Loan a Last Resort

Posted: 03/03/2010 - Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou says his debt-ridden country would go to the IMF "as a last resort" if European partners fail to provide practical support after deep spending cuts.

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Guatemala Arrests National Police Chief, Drug Czar

Posted: 03/02/2010 - Authorities arrested Guatemala's anti-drug czar and national police chief Tuesday in a case involving stolen cocaine and slain police, acting just two days before U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton arrives to discuss the drug war.

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Officer Suspected Of Stealing Ivory In Philippines

Posted: 03/02/2010 - A Philippine wildlife officer is suspected of stealing more than 1,500 pounds (700 kilograms) of smuggled elephant tusks seized last year, an embarrassing setback for the country's anti-poaching efforts, an official said Wednesday.

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Russians Say Many Tanks Sat Derelict For Months

Posted: 03/02/2010 - Residents of a Russian village say scores of modern battle tanks sat abandoned for months on the edge of a snowy forest - but the Russian military insists they were just in transit to a new base and had been guarded the whole time.

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Rare Tiger Cub Found In China Dies Of Malnutrition

Posted: 03/02/2010 - A rare Siberian tiger discovered near the Russian border seemed an auspicious beginning to China's Year of the Tiger, but within days, the emaciated cub had died of malnutrition.

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Experts Explore 1641 Irish Slayings of Protestants

Posted: 03/02/2010 - One of the most divisive and hotly disputed events in Irish history - the 1641 killings of thousands of Protestant settlers by Catholic natives - is to be examined in forensic detail for the first time, researchers said Tuesday.

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Official: Uganda Landslides Kill 70; 250 Missing

Posted: 03/02/2010 - Rivers of mud swamped houses, stores and at least one school after heavy rains in this Central African country, killing at least 70 people with some 250 still missing, officials and survivors said Tuesday.

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Trafficking Probe Nets 10 Mexican Migration Agents

Posted: 03/02/2010 - Mexico's interior department says prosecutors have detained 10 Mexican immigration agents and three airline workers at Cancun's international airport on suspicion of trafficking Chinese migrants.

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50 Fake Bombs Found In Dead Australian's House

Posted: 03/02/2010 - Sydney police used explosives to blow up suspected bombs found throughout a dead man's house but then discovered they were fake, officials said Wednesday.

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2 Employees Of Closed Venezuelan Bank Detained

Posted: 03/01/2010 - Venezuela's Public Ministry says two employees of a closed financial group have been detained, bring to 15 the number of bank officials jailed the past three months following a series of government seizures.

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