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2 Australian Workmen Flee Excavation Bungle

Posted: 05/05/2010 - Two workmen who excavated the wrong front yard in Australia's eastern city of Brisbane fled after realizing their error, the home owner said on Thursday.

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Nigeria President Yar'Adua Dies After Long Illness

Posted: 05/05/2010 - Nigerian President Umaru Yar'Adua, long plagued by poor health, has died at age 58, almost three months after his vice president assumed control of Africa's most populous nation, Yar'Adua's spokesman said.

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Japan Reactor Reopens After 1995 Accident

Posted: 05/05/2010 - Japan restarted a costly fast-breeder nuclear reactor Thursday for the first time since it was shut down 14 years because of a major accident and cover-up.

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3 Dead In Fire At Greek Bank During Athens Riots

Updated: 05/05/2010 - Three people died when an Athens bank went up in flames Wednesday as tens of thousands of Greeks took to the streets to protest harsh spending cuts aimed at saving the country from bankruptcy.

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Another Attack Hurts Children in China

Posted: 04/29/2010 - A farmer attacked and injured five kindergarten students with a hammer in eastern China before burning himself to death Friday in the latest in a string of horrific assaults on children at Chinese schools, state media reported.

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Russia Posts Katyn Massacre Documents on Internet

Posted: 04/28/2010 - Russia's state archives posted documents on the Internet for the first time Wednesday about the Soviet Union's World War II massacre of more than 20,000 Polish officers and other prominent citizens.

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2 Dead in Attack on Rights Caravan in South Mexico

Posted: 04/28/2010 - Gunmen ambushed a caravan of rights observers and leftist political activists in a remote, restive area of southern Mexico, killing a Finnish man and a Mexican woman, and dozens from the group remained missing, prosecutors said Wednesday.

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South Korea Bids Final Farewell to 46 Navy Sailors

Posted: 04/28/2010 - South Korea honored 46 sailors Thursday with a tearful military funeral a month after a blast sank their warship, and officials vowed retaliation for those responsible as speculation mounted that North Korea may have torpedoed the vessel.

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Man Stabs 28 Children at Kindergarten in China

Posted: 04/28/2010 - A knife-wielding man wounded 28 children and three adults Thursday at a kindergarten in eastern Jiangsu province, the second such violent assault at a Chinese school in two days.

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Venezuela's Hugo Chavez Takes to Twitter

Posted: 04/28/2010 - Hugo Chavez is starting to use Twitter to counter his opponents online, forcing a president who often talks for hours to sum up each thought in 140 characters or less.

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Europe Debt Crisis Spreads to Portugal

Posted: 04/27/2010 - Greece was pushed to the brink of a financial abyss and started dragging another eurozone country - Portugal - down with it Tuesday, fueling fears of a continent-wide debt meltdown.

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Paris-to-Atlanta Flight Diverted to Maine Airport

Updated: 04/27/2010 - An American citizen on a flight from Paris to Atlanta claimed to have a fake passport and said he had explosives in his luggage, forcing federal air marshals to intervene and the plane to land in Maine, U.S. officials said Tuesday.

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Hong Kong Police Make Largest Drug Bust

Posted: 04/26/2010 - In their largest haul ever, police in Hong Kong have seized 820 pounds (372 kilograms) of cocaine from a suburban house that was reportedly part of a botched drug shipment sent to the southern Chinese territory by mistake.

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Climate Bill Placed on Hold Over Senate Dispute

Posted: 04/24/2010 - Long-awaited climate change legislation was put on hold by its authors Saturday when a dispute over immigration politics and Senate priorities threatened to unravel a bipartisan effort that took months of work.

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Flights Resume in Europe but Travel Chaos Not Over

Posted: 04/20/2010 - Many European flights took to the skies Tuesday for the first time in days but the travel chaos was far from over: London's airports were still closed, a massive flight backlog was growing and scientists feared that history could repeat itself with yet another volcanic eruption in Iceland.

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Indonesia Court Upholds Blasphemy Law

Posted: 04/19/2010 - A decision by Indonesia's constitutional court to uphold a controversial blasphemy law has dealt a severe blow to religious freedom in the world's largest Muslim-majority country, a rights group said Tuesday.

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