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Cruise Employee Found Dead in Cozumel, Mexico

Posted: 02/06/2011 - A crew member of a Royal Caribbean cruise ship was found dead in the Mexican resort island of Cozumel, possibly the victim of a violent crime, authorities and company officials said Sunday.

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Police Peacefully Take Over 9 More Rio Slums

Posted: 02/06/2011 - Police faced no resistance Sunday as they took control of nine more slums commanded by drug traffickers, an operation that also led to the arrest of an allegedly fake German doctor working at a makeshift hospital in one of the shantytowns.

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No Breakthrough in India-Pakistan Talks

Posted: 02/06/2011 - The foreign secretaries of India and Pakistan have met in the Bhutanese capital, but failed to set any dates for the resumption of peace talks between the hostile neighbors.

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Tunisia's Interior Minister Suspends Ruling Party

Posted: 02/06/2011 - Tunisia's interior minister has suspended all activities of the country's former ruling party amid the most serious protests since the country's autocratic ruler fled into exile.

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Hunt Under Way for Missing Swiss Twins

Posted: 02/06/2011 - Police in Italy, Switzerland and France searched on Sunday for 6-year-old twin girls who disappeared after their father died in an apparent suicide.

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Egyptians Return to Unfamiliar Homeland

Posted: 02/06/2011 - The plane was nearly empty when it took off en route to Cairo. Most people have gone in the other direction, escaping the chaos surrounding mass protests demanding President Hosni Mubarak's ouster.

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Ex-Official: Direct Israel-Syria Talks Were Close

Posted: 02/06/2011 - A high-ranking official in the previous Israeli government said Sunday that Israel and Syria were close to resuming direct peace talks in late 2008, and that the Syrians signaled readiness to ease past demands for a full Israeli withdrawal from captured lands.

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Tunisian Police Fire on Crowd, Killing 2

Posted: 02/05/2011 - Police fired at an angry crowd of 1,000 attacking the police station in the northwestern town of Kef on Saturday, killing two people and injuring 17 others, the Interior Ministry said.

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Kentucky Tourist Killed by Car in Jamaica

Posted: 02/05/2011 - Authorities in Jamaica say a car has hit and killed a tourist from Lexington, Kentucky, and injured his girlfriend as they were walking in the resort area of Negril.

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Egypt Ruling Party Leaders Resign but Regime Holds

Posted: 02/05/2011 - The leadership of Egypt's ruling party stepped down Saturday as the military figures spearheading the transition tried to placate protesters without giving them the one resignation they demand, President Hosni Mubarak's. The United States gave key backing to the regime's gradual changes, warning of the dangers if Mubarak goes too quickly.

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Pipeline Explodes Near Israel

Posted: 02/04/2011 - Egyptian state TV says there has been an explosion at a gas pipeline near Israel and that a huge fire is raging along the pipeline in the northern Sinai Peninsula.

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Canadian Terror Suspect Denied Bail

Posted: 02/04/2011 - A Canadian man accused of conspiring to kill Americans was denied bail Friday while he fights extradition to the United States.

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Renewed Shelling Kills 1 At Thai-Cambodia Border

Posted: 02/04/2011 - Cambodian and Thai troops resumed an artillery duel along their disputed border Saturday, killing at least one Thai soldier as some of the two countries' fiercest battles in years entered a second day.

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US Warns About Night Driving In Guadalajara

Posted: 02/04/2011 - Officials are warning U.S. citizens not to drive at night in parts of the western Mexican city of Guadalajara after suspected drug-gang members burned vehicles and blocked streets.

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'Superman' Producer At Hospital Near Mexico City

Posted: 02/04/2011 - A health official in Mexico says the producer of the Superman films of the 1970s and '80s is recovering at a hospital after being admitted in a state of disorientation and suffering facial and head injuries.

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Egyptian Journalist Dies of Gunshot Wounds

Posted: 02/04/2011 - An Egyptian reporter who was shot during clashes a week ago died of his wounds Friday, his employer said, in the first reported death of a journalist in the chaos surrounding Egypt's anti-government protests.

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Al-Jazeera's Offices Torched Amid Egypt Unrest

Updated: 02/04/2011 - Al-Jazeera's offices in Cairo were stormed and torched and its website hacked Friday, the Arab broadcaster said, as a top U.N. rights official called attacks on journalists "a blatant attempt to stifle news" about pro-democracy protest.

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Gangs Attack Foreigners in Egypt's Growing Mayhem

Posted: 02/03/2011 - Menacing gangs backing President Hosni Mubarak attacked journalists and human rights activists Thursday in an ugly turn in Egypt's crisis as government opponents pushed supporters out of Cairo's main square in second day of battles. Organizers called for protesters trying to topple the regime to fill every square in the huge capital on Friday.

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Mubarak Says He Fears Chaos if He Quits Now

Updated: 02/03/2011 - President Hosni Mubarak has said in an interview with ABC News that he wants to leave office now, but cannot for fear the country will sink deeper into chaos.

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