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Putin Talks Tough After Moscow Subway Bombings

Posted: 03/30/2010 - The old Vladimir Putin is back, confronting a terrorist attack in Moscow by using the same kind of coarse and colorful language that helped him win the presidency a decade ago.

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Colombian Rebels Free Soldier Held For 12 Years

Posted: 03/30/2010 - A Colombian soldier held hostage for more than 12 years was freed by rebels Tuesday and reunited with his family, ending an ordeal that prompted his father to hike halfway across the country wearing a symbolic chain around his neck to press for his son's release.

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2 Detained for Dead Babies Found Along China River

Posted: 03/30/2010 - The bodies of 21 babies washed ashore on a riverbank in eastern China and two hospital mortuary workers were detained for allegedly dumping them, state media reported Tuesday.

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Germany Arrests 11 in Cocaine Investigation

Posted: 03/29/2010 - Bavarian police say they have arrested 11 people in an investigation of suspected cocaine trading by members of Italy's 'ndrangheta organized crime group.

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Rare Items From Home Of UK's Diana To Be Auctioned

Posted: 03/29/2010 - Rare antiques from the ancestral home of Diana, Princess of Wales - including a 12 million pound ($18 million) Rubens portrait from the 17th Century - will be offered for sale this summer, an auction house said Monday.

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UK Government Will Ban 'Legal High' Mephedrone

Posted: 03/29/2010 - The British government said Monday it will criminalize mephedrone, after the drug known by party revelers as "meow meow" or "MCAT" was linked to several deaths.

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'Nyet' to $1 Million? Math Genius May Reject Award

Posted: 03/29/2010 - Who doesn't want to be a millionaire? Maybe a 43-year-old unemployed bachelor who lives with his elderly mother in Russia - and who won $1 million for solving a problem that has stumped mathematicians for a century.

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Twin Suicide Bombings Kill 38 in Moscow Subway

Posted: 03/29/2010 - Terror returned to the heart of Russia, with two deadly suicide bombings on the Moscow subway at rush hour, including an attack at the station beneath the headquarters of the secret police.

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Haiti Seeking $3.8 Billion To Rebuild Country

Posted: 03/29/2010 - The Haitian government will be seeking about $3.8 billion at a donors conference this week to start rebuilding the country after January's devastating earthquake.

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No Communication From 153 Trapped In China Mine

Posted: 03/29/2010 - Rescuers pumped water from a flooded mine in northern China where time is running out for 153 trapped workers as efforts stretched into a second day with no communication from those stuck deep underground.

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Mexico Detains Suspect In Killings Of 2 Americans

Posted: 03/29/2010 - Mexican soldiers have arrested a gang member suspected in the killings of three people linked to the U.S. consulate in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua state police said Monday.

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Christian Pilgrims Mark Palm Sunday In Jerusalem

Posted: 03/28/2010 - Hundreds of Christians from around the world marched from the Mount of Olives into Jerusalem to mark Palm Sunday, retracing the steps of Jesus 2,000 years ago.

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Russia Eliminates 2 Time Zones

Posted: 03/28/2010 - Russia's president thought the country had too much time on its hands, so on Sunday he eliminated two of its 11 time zones.

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Flood Traps 153 Coal Miners In Northern China

Posted: 03/28/2010 - Rescuers were scrambling Monday to save 153 workers trapped after a flood swept through a coal mine in northern China, the country's work safety agency said.

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In Surprise Visit to War Zone, Obama Prods Afghans

Updated: 03/29/2010 - President Barack Obama has told American forces during his surprise visit to Afghanistan that U.S. lives would be at risk if the Taliban retake control of the country.

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Russian Building Collapses, 3 Reported Killed

Posted: 03/27/2010 - An apartment block west of Moscow partially collapsed following a suspected gas explosion Saturday, killing three people and possibly trapping others under the rubble.

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UK Parliament Hosts First Same-Sex Marriage

Posted: 03/27/2010 - Britain's Europe Minister Chris Bryant has taken part in Parliament's first gay marriage, celebrating a civil partnership ceremony at the historic venue.

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321 Civilians Killed in 2009 Massacre in Congo

Posted: 03/27/2010 - At least 321 civilians were killed in a previously unreported massacre in Congo in late 2009, while villagers that escaped their rebel captors were sent back with their lips and ears cut off as a warning to others of what would happen if they tried to talk, according to an investigation by a human rights group.

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