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Italy Sees Intermediate Steps at UN Climate Summit

Posted: 07/01/2010 - Italy's environment minister says an upcoming U.N. climate summit won't broker a global accord on climate change, but may represent a step towards such an agreement.

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Google Says China Partially Blocks Search Service

Posted: 07/01/2010 - A Google search feature was blocked in China on Thursday, the company said as it awaited Beijing's decision on whether to renew its operating license amid tensions over censorship.

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Bail Hearings Await Nine in Russian Spy Case

Posted: 07/01/2010 - Nine people charged with operating as Russian spies entrenched in American suburbia awaited bail hearings Thursday, as authorities scoured the Meditteranean island nation of Cyprus for a defendant who posted bail and disappeared.

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Hurricane Alex Drenches Parts of Texas, Mexico

Posted: 07/01/2010 - Hurricane Alex ripped off roofs, caused severe flooding and forced thousands of people to flee coastal fishing villages before weakening to a tropical storm over northern Mexico.

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Gunman Kills Two in Sweden

Posted: 06/30/2010 - Police say two men have been shot dead and a third person wounded by an unknown gunman in the city of Sodertalje, south of Stockholm.

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6.2 Quake Hits Southern Mexico

Updated: 06/30/2010 - A strong earthquake rattled southern Mexico on Wednesday, sending people fleeing into the streets in Pacific coast towns and in the nation's capital.

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Pope Shuffles Vatican Bureaucracy Before Vacation

Posted: 06/30/2010 - Pope Benedict XVI, preoccupied for months by the clerical sex abuse scandal, shuffled the Vatican bureaucracy on Wednesday and named the head of a new office designed to fight secularism in the West.

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Strike Halts Madrid Subway Again

Posted: 06/30/2010 - Spain's capital endured a second day without subway service Wednesday, with big traffic jams forming as people scrambled to find alternative transport, as workers went on strike over pay cuts that are part of government austerity plans.

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New Rules to Limit Bankers' Bonuses

Posted: 06/30/2010 - Bankers will only be able to get part of their yearly bonuses in cash upfront under new European Union rules that will enter into force next year.

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French Prosecutors Seek 10-Year Term for Noriega

Posted: 06/30/2010 - Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega should be jailed for 10 years for laundering millions of dollars in drug money through the French banks, a French prosecutor said Wednesday, as defense lawyers dismissed the accusations as a political plot.

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Six Dead in Amusement Park Accident

Posted: 06/29/2010 - An accident on a space-themed ride at a southern Chinese amusement park has killed six people and injured 10.

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Strengthening Alex Expected to Become Hurricane

Posted: 06/29/2010 - A strengthening Tropical Storm Alex was expected to become a hurricane Tuesday as it swirled toward the Gulf coast of northern Mexico and southern Texas, where authorities were readying emergency shelters and distributing sandbags.

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Google Changes China Access After Beijing Objects

Posted: 06/29/2010 - Google Inc. said Tuesday it will stop automatically routing users in China to its Hong Kong site after Beijing threatened the company with the loss of its Internet license in their latest skirmish over censorhip.

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Israel: No Palestinian State by 2012

Posted: 06/29/2010 - Israel's hard-line foreign minister said Tuesday that there was "no chance" a Palestinian state would be established by 2012 — a message that threatened to cloud the latest visit by President Barack Obama's Mideast envoy.

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Russia: Suspected Spies Include Russian Citizens

Posted: 06/29/2010 - Russia's Foreign Ministry says some of the suspected spies arrested in the United States include Russian citizens but insist they did nothing to hurt U.S. interests.

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More Than 100 Feared Dead in China Slide

Posted: 06/28/2010 - A landslide caused by heavy rains has trapped at least 107 people Monday in southwestern China, and there is little hope for their survival, a local official said.

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Belgium Church Panel on Sex Abuse Shuts After Raid

Posted: 06/28/2010 - A panel appointed by the Catholic church to investigate clerical sex abuse in Belgium is shutting down after police seized all its files during a raid last week, the group's chairman said Monday.

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OPEC: US Should Reconsider Offshore Drilling Ban

Posted: 06/28/2010 - OPEC called Monday on the United States to reconsider a ban on new deep-water drilling that could hold back oil supplies — despite safety concerns in the wake of the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

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Pirates Hijack Ship Carrying Antifreeze

Posted: 06/28/2010 - Pirates hijacked a ship carrying a poisonous chemical used in antifreeze early Monday off the northern tip of Somalia and took the 19 Chinese sailors onboard hostage, officials said.

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