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Two UN Employees Kidnapped in Ivory Coast

Posted: 02/28/2011 - An internal U.N. report leaked to The Associated Press says two U.N. employees of Ukrainian descent have been kidnapped by the Young Patriots, a dangerous youth militia allied with the country's sitting president.

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UN chief: Belarus Sent Helicopters To Ivory Coast

Posted: 02/28/2011 - Three attack helicopters are being delivered from Belarus to military forces supporting Ivory Coast's longtime ruler who refuses to cede power, the U.N. chief said, marking a dramatic escalation in the months-long political crisis.

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ICC: Killing Of Libyan Civilians Could Be Criminal

Posted: 02/28/2011 - The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court says information of attacks on civilians by forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi suggests they could constitute a crime against humanity.

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Mexico Nabs Another Suspect in US Agent Slaying

Posted: 02/27/2011 - Mexico's Safety Department says federal agents have arrested a member of the Zetas drug cartel allegedly linked to the killing of a U.S. immigration agent.

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Former Bolivian Counterdrug Chief Arrested

Posted: 02/27/2011 - A senior Interior Ministry official who recently headed Bolivia's counternarcotics police has been arrested in Panama and sent to the United States to face charges he ran a cocaine trafficking ring.

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China Uses Whistles, Water, Police on Protests

Posted: 02/27/2011 - Large numbers of police - and new tactics like shrill whistles and street cleaning trucks - squelched overt protests in China for a second Sunday in a row after more calls came for peaceful gatherings modeled on recent democratic movements in the Middle East.

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New Irish Leader Enda Kenny Often Underestimated

Posted: 02/27/2011 - Opposition leader Enda Kenny has already shattered Ireland's 80-year-old political monopoly. Now he faces an even more challenging assignment - rebuilding Ireland's economy, nearly brought to its knees by reckless property speculation and bank lending.

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Hill Collapse in Bolivian Capital Ruins 400 Homes

Posted: 02/27/2011 - Heavy rains caused a hilltop to collapse in a poor neighborhood of the Bolivian capital Sunday, cracking roads, destroying at least 400 homes and burying people's belongings under mud and debris.

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UK, Germany Fly secret Evac Missions into Libya

Posted: 02/27/2011 - British and German military planes swooped into Libya's desert, rescuing hundreds of oil workers and civilians stranded at remote sites, as thousands of other foreigners are still stuck in Tripoli by bad weather and red tape.

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14 Killed in Mexico Bar Attacks

Posted: 02/27/2011 - Police say at least 14 people were killed in three separate attacks in bars in northern Mexico.

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'Free Libya' Chants Heard in City Near Capital

Posted: 02/27/2011 - With residents shouting "Free, free Libya," anti-government rebels who control this battle-scarred city nearest to the capital deployed tanks and anti-aircraft weapons Sunday, bracing for an attack by troops loyal to Moammar Gadhafi. Politicians in the opposition stronghold of Benghazi, meanwhile, set up their first leadership council in a step that could lead to an alternative to the regime.

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Mubarak's Fall Sparks Islamists' Rise in Politics

Posted: 02/27/2011 - For decades under Hosni Mubarak, Egypt's Islamists of all shades were disenfranchised, thrown in jail or targeted in crackdown after crackdown. Now their tormentor of some 30 years is gone, and they are rushing to claim a spot in the country's new political landscape.

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North Korea Threatens to Fire at South Korea

Posted: 02/26/2011 - North Korea's military threatened Sunday to fire at South Korea, as Seoul prepared to start annual joint drills with U.S. troops, maneuvers Pyongyang says are a rehearsal for an invasion.

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Christchurch Holds Prayers for Quake Victims

Posted: 02/26/2011 - Residents have held open-air prayers for the dead and missing on the lawns of churches shattered in New Zealand's earthquake as teams search for more bodies in what could become the country's deadliest disaster.

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UN Agrees To Meet Saturday On Libya Sanctions

Posted: 02/25/2011 - The U.N. Security Council agreed Friday to urgently consider sanctions against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's regime to try to end its bloody crackdown against anti-government protesters.

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New Zealand Earthquake Toll At 145 Dead

Posted: 02/25/2011 - Fresh aftershocks sent masonry tumbling among rescuers in New Zealand's quake zone and a cat sparked false alarms of a possible survivor Saturday, as the disaster's death toll rose to 145 with more than 200 missing.

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CIA Employee In Pakistani Court Saturday

Posted: 02/25/2011 - An American detained for visa violations in northwest Pakistan is a contractor who had worked on a U.S.-funded construction project in the region, a security official said Saturday.

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Angry Irish Voters Turn Out For Historic Election

Posted: 02/25/2011 - Ireland's government prepared for a whopping defeat and the country for more uncertainty as angry voters turned out for a historic election triggered by the humiliating collapse of the "Celtic Tiger" economy.

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Protesters Hit by Hail of Gunfire in Libya March

Posted: 02/25/2011 - Protesters demanding Moammar Gadhafi's ouster came under a hail of bullets Friday when pro-regime militiamen opened fire to stop the first significant anti-government marches in days in the Libyan capital. The Libyan leader, speaking from the ramparts of a historic Tripoli fort, told supporters to prepare to defend the nation.

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