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US Navy Warns Al-Qaida Threatens Ships Off Yemen

Updated: 03/23/2010 - The U.S. Navy is warning of possible al-Qaida attacks against ships off the coast of Yemen, where an offshoot of the terrorist network has established a significant base of operations over the past year.

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Man Stabs, Kills 8 Children At Chinese School

Updated: 03/23/2010 - A former doctor armed with a large knife rampaged outside an elementary school in eastern China, stabbing eight young children to death and wounding five others Tuesday, a local official and a state news agency said.

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164 People Face Charges Over Massacres in Nigeria

Posted: 03/21/2010 - A Nigerian police spokesman says 164 people will be charged with a variety of offenses, including terrorism, for their suspected roles in the slaughter of more than 200 people in central Nigeria this month.

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One Snowmobiler Dead in Canadian Avalanche

Posted: 03/20/2010 - Rescue crews resumed their search Saturday in British Columbia's mountainous backcountry for any more victims after the region's second deadly avalanche hit in less than a week, killing one snowmobiler.

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Huge Sandstorm Covers Beijing, Turns Sky Orange

Posted: 03/20/2010 - Tons of sand turned Beijing's sky orange as the strongest sandstorm this year hit northern China, a gritty reminder that the country's expanding deserts have led to a sharp increase in the storms.

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Thousands Of BA Flights Canceled As Crew On Strike

Posted: 03/20/2010 - Retiree Richard Moore arrived at Heathrow with a suitcase of summer clothes for a Miami cruise only to be sent to Denver. Susan Danby wondered if plans for a joint 50th birthday celebration in Las Vegas would be a losing bet.

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South Africa Marks 50th Anniversary Of Massacre

Posted: 03/20/2010 - A half century ago, police officers massacred 69 black South Africans in the township of Sharpeville, where protesters had burned the passbooks that the white-led apartheid government required them to carry at all times.

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Power Cut To 60,000 As Cyclone Hits Australia

Posted: 03/20/2010 - About 60,000 homes are without power, trees and signs have blown over and boats have been smashed on the rocks after a massive storm blew across the coast of northeastern Australia.

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Moderate Earthquake, Aftershock Shake Eastern Cuba

Posted: 03/20/2010 - A moderate earthquake and smaller aftershock rattled houses and nerves in eastern Cuba on Saturday near the U.S. holding facility at Guantanamo Bay. No damages or injuries were reported.

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LaHood's Japan Trip to Focus on Toyota Safety

Posted: 03/20/2010 - Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says he'll go to Japan this summer for talks with Toyota executives about the sudden acceleration problem plaguing some Toyotas.

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Clinton Says Agreement With Russia Near On Nukes

Updated: 03/19/2010 - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Friday that American and Russian negotiators are "on the brink" of agreement on a nuclear arms reduction treaty.

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French Polemic Over Fake Game Show Electrocutions

Posted: 03/17/2010 - A state-run TV channel is stirring controversy with a documentary about a fake game show in which credulous participants obey orders to deliver increasingly powerful electric shocks to a man, who is really an actor, until he appears to die.

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2 Suspects Nabbed In Berlin Poker Heist

Posted: 03/17/2010 - A man who admits he took part in a brazen daylight raid on a poker tournament in Berlin surrendered to authorities and identified three suspected accomplices, one of whom was later arrested, officials said Wednesday.

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US Clinic Sparks Debate With UK Human Egg Raffle

Posted: 03/17/2010 - An American infertility clinic seeking business in Britain prompted fierce criticism by offering free eggs from a U.S. woman to one participant in a promotional seminar in London on Wednesday.

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USVI Judge Orders Halt To Waste Dumped In Ocean

Posted: 03/17/2010 - Federal authorities won a court order Wednesday requiring officials in this U.S. territory to repair sewage plants that have dumped raw waste at beaches renowned for snorkeling and surfing.

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Steamy Text Messages Land Couple in Dubai Jail

Updated: 03/17/2010 - A string of steamy text messages has resulted in a jail sentence for an Indian couple, local media announced Wednesday, in the latest case of passions clashing with the law in the cosmopolitan, yet occasionally conservative, Gulf city of Dubai.

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Sex Scandal Embroils Catholic Church in Brazil

Posted: 03/16/2010 - Brazilian authorities are investigating three priests accused of sexually abusing altar boys after a video allegedly showing one case of abuse was broadcast on television, police and church officials said Tuesday.

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British Hospitals: No Sitting Allowed

Posted: 03/16/2010 - Britons trying to cheer up their hospitalized friends and relatives often have to do so standing up; sitting on the bed usually isn't allowed.

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French Policeman Slain In Shootout

Posted: 03/16/2010 - A French police officer was killed Tuesday in an exchange of fire with assailants east of Paris, and one suspect was taken into custody, a police official said.

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