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Ecuador Troops Clash With Rebellious Police

Posted: 09/30/2010 - Soldiers are moving in on the hospital where Ecuador's president has been surrounded by rebellious police in an apparent attempt to rescue the leader.

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Obama Meets With Freed Hiker Sarah Shourd

Posted: 09/30/2010 - President Barack Obama has met at the White House with Sarah Shourd, the hiker recently freed by Iran, and with her mother and the mothers of the other two American hikers still held by the Iranians.

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Search for Missing US Balloon Pilots Intensifies

Posted: 09/30/2010 - Coast guards and ships from the U.S. Navy are hunting for a pair of missing American balloonists last detected piloting their craft over the Adriatic Sea in rough weather.

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Terror Plot in Europe Prompted Drone Strikes

Posted: 09/29/2010 - Police increased their guard around Buckingham Palace and other landmarks Wednesday as security officials monitored what they described as a fledgling terror plot to wage Mumbai-style shooting sprees or other attacks on Britain, France or Germany.

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2 Known Dead, 12 Missing After Storm Soaks Jamaica

Posted: 09/29/2010 - Tropical Storm Nicole caused flooding and mudslides across Jamaica on Wednesday, leaving two confirmed dead and at least 12 more missing, even as the drenching system moved north and dissipated over the Florida straits.

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Mexico Landslide Kills 16

Posted: 09/29/2010 - Searchers recovered the bodies of four members of a family Wednesday during the hunt for 11 people missing after a huge hillside collapsed on a town in Mexico's rain-soaked southern state of Oaxaca, while a landslide in a neighboring state killed 16 people.

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30 Gulf Cartel Suspects Captured In North Mexico

Posted: 09/29/2010 - Mexican marines captured 30 suspected Gulf cartel members and seized an arsenal of weapons during two days of raids in a northern border state torn by drug gang battles, officials announced Wednesday.

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Inter-Korean Military Talks End With No Progress

Posted: 09/29/2010 - North and South Korea ended their first working-level military talks in two years Thursday with no progress as the meeting stumbled over the deadly sinking of a South Korean warship blamed on Pyongyang, Seoul's Defense Ministry said.

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Oil Hovers Below $78 After US Crude Supply Drop

Posted: 09/29/2010 - Oil prices hovered below $78 a barrel Thursday in Asia after strong gains the previous day on a drop in U.S. crude supplies, a sign demand may be improving.

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Berlusconi Betting On Winning Confidence Vote

Posted: 09/28/2010 - Premier Silvio Berlusconi is betting his government can still muster an impressive majority as he pitches for support in a confidence vote in the Chamber of Deputies following a nasty break with some coalition allies.

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Asian Stocks Rise On US Stimulus Speculation

Posted: 09/28/2010 - Asian stock markets climbed Wednesday, supported by growing speculation that the Federal Reserve is likely to introduce more stimulus measures to support the U.S. economy, a key market for Asian exporters.

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Oh Look: There's A Mouse In My Bread

Updated: 09/28/2010 - British officials have released the photo which proved that Stephen Forse wasn't kidding when he claimed to find the wee creature while making sandwiches for his children.

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More H.I.V. Care For Pregnant Women In Poor Countries

Updated: 09/28/2010 - Just over half of HIV-infected pregnant women in poor countries received crucial AIDS drugs to protect their unborn children last year, the World Health Organization reported Tuesday - one of a list of improvements in the global fight against HIV.

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Hundreds Feared Dead In Landslide

Updated: 09/28/2010 - A Mexican governor says a hillside has collapsed on more than 100 homes in a rural community and hundreds of people are feared dead.

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Palestinians Wait On Decision To Quit Peace Talks

Posted: 09/27/2010 - The Palestinian president said Monday he would wait at least a week before deciding whether to quit Mideast peace talks, giving U.S. mediators precious time to broker a compromise after Israel refused to extend its 10-month moratorium on new West Bank settlement construction.

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Global Poll: World Split On Stimulus Spending

Posted: 09/27/2010 - Over half of people in the some of the world's biggest economies are opposed to their government's spending money in stimulus programs, according to a BBC World Service poll published Tuesday.

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