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Mugabe Defends Business Take Overs

Posted: 02/20/2010 - President Robert Mugabe defended a law requiring Zimbabwean businesses to be controlled by blacks, underlining differences with his governing partners in an interview Saturday.

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Shipwrecked Students Feared Remote Death At Sea

Posted: 02/20/2010 - When wind and rough seas drove the Canadian sailing ship carrying dozens of teenage students to lean precariously to one side, the captain figured it was just another day of sailing in rough weather.

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32 Reported Dead In Storm On Portuguese Island

Posted: 02/20/2010 - Flooding and landslides swept away cars and knocked down houses as a violent storm killed at least 32 people Saturday on the Portuguese island of Madeira, a news agency reported.

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Georgians Mourn Olympic Luger Who Died in Practice

Updated: 02/20/2010 - A nation that had hoped to watch one of its most promising young athletes compete in the Olympics gathered instead Saturday to mourn him, more than a week after the luger was thrown to his death in a practice run at the Vancouver Games.

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32 Reported Dead in Storm on Portuguese Island

Posted: 02/20/2010 - Flooding and landslides swept away cars and knocked down houses as a violent storm killed at least 32 people Saturday on the Portuguese island of Madeira, a news agency reported.

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Oil Falls to Near $78 on US Dollar Rally

Posted: 02/18/2010 - Oil prices fell to near $78 a barrel Friday in Asia after the U.S. Federal Reserve's unexpected hike to interest rates for emergency loans to banks boosted the dollar, making commodities less attractive to investors.

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Mexican Leader Listens to Border City on Drug War

Posted: 02/17/2010 - President Felipe Calderon promised federal investigations into all complaints of extortion and kidnapping in a Mexican border city overwhelmed by drug gang violence.

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Suspected Rebels Kill 10 Villagers in East India

Posted: 02/17/2010 - Suspected Maoist rebels raided a village in eastern India early Thursday and killed at least 10 people in an apparent act of revenge after several guerrillas were captured and turned over to police.

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Haiti Judge Says 8 of 10 Missionaries to Be Freed

Posted: 02/17/2010 - A Haitian judge says he decided to free 8 of 10 Americans charged with child kidnapping after their parents testified they voluntarily handed their children over to the missionaries.

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Toyota Investigates Corolla Steering Problems

Updated: 02/17/2010 - First it was gas pedals, then brakes. Now Toyota and the government are looking into complaints that the popular Corolla is difficult to steer straight, raising a new safety concern ahead of next week's congressional hearing about the automakers recalls.

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Black Box Located For Belgian Train That Crashed

Posted: 02/16/2010 - earch teams on Tuesday located one black box from the two trains that slammed into each other near Brussels, a find that could help reveal the cause of tragedy that killed 18 people and injured over 170.

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Heat Wilting Rio Carnival Street Parties

Posted: 02/16/2010 - The hottest temperatures in five decades were melting Carnival revelry Tuesday after five days of dancing, drinking and smooching.

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Pope Tells Irish Bishops To Show Courage

Posted: 02/16/2010 - Pope Benedict XVI told Irish bishops at a special summit meeting Tuesday to be courageous in confronting the pedophile priest scandal that has rocked that Catholic nation's church, but took no action on victims' demands the Vatican take some responsibility.

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Guinea Pig Touted As Solution To Congo Food Crisis

Posted: 02/16/2010 - An army of humanitarian organizations has been unable to end years of recurring hunger in conflict-torn Congo. Now a South American research group says it may have found another way to fill hungry bellies: with guinea pigs.

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UK Police To Probe Reporter's Mercy Killing Claim

Posted: 02/16/2010 - A veteran British TV reporter has claimed on the air that he used a pillow to smother a lover who was dying of AIDS, adding a startling contribution to the country's debate on mercy killing.

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Greece: Bomb Explodes at JPMorgan Branch

Posted: 02/16/2010 - Police in the Greek capital say a bomb has exploded at the offices of American financial services firm JPMorgan Chase & Co., causing no injuries.

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Frail Boy-King Tut Died from Malaria, Broken Leg

Posted: 02/16/2010 - Egypt's famed King Tutankhamun suffered from a cleft palate and club foot, likely forcing him to walk with a cane, and died from complications from a broken leg exacerbated by malaria, according to the most extensive study ever of his mummy.

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