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Russia Furious Over Adopted Boy Sent Back From US

Posted: 04/09/2010 - Russia threatened to suspend all child adoptions by U.S. families Friday after a 7-year-old boy adopted by a woman from Tennessee was sent alone on a one-way flight back to Moscow with a note saying he was violent and had severe psychological problems.

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Ex-'Survivor' Producer Barred From Leaving Mexico

Posted: 04/09/2010 - The producer of "Pimp My Ride" and formerly of "Survivor" is barred from leaving Mexico while authorities investigate the death of his wife whose body was found in the sewer of a Cancun resort, a state official said Friday.

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Landslide Buries More Than 200 People in Brazil

Updated: 04/08/2010 - At least 200 people were buried and feared dead under the latest landslide to hit a slum in Rio de Janeiro's metropolitan area, authorities said Thursday.

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Obama, Medvedev Sign Treaty to Cut Nuclear Arms

Updated: 04/08/2010 - Reaching anew for peace, President Barack Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Thursday signed a treaty to shrink their nations' nuclear arsenals, the biggest such pact between the former Cold War foes in a generation.

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Opposition says It Leads Kyrgyzstan After Uprising

Posted: 04/07/2010 - Opposition leaders declared they had seized power in Kyrgyzstan, taking control of security headquarters, a state TV channel and other government buildings after clashes between police and protesters killed dozens in this Central Asian nation that houses a key U.S. air base.

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Police Investigating Explosion in Islamabad

Posted: 04/07/2010 - An explosion in the parking lot of a market in the center of the Pakistani capital on Wednesday caused minor damage at a nearby bank but no casualties.

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Gunmen Attack Mexican Army Housing, 2 Troops Hurt

Posted: 04/06/2010 - Suspected cartel gunmen wounded two soldiers in an unprecedented grenade attack on army housing in northern Mexico, the latest sign that drug gangs are increasingly turning to open warfare tactics against the military.

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7.7 Quake Strikes Off Indonesia's Sumatra Island

Updated: 04/07/2010 - A 7.7 earthquake shook Indonesia's northwest island of Sumatra early Wednesday, prompting a brief tsunami warning and sending residents rushing for higher ground. There were no immediate reports of widespread damage.

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Bombings Rip Through Baghdad, Killing 49

Posted: 04/06/2010 - At least five bombs ripped through apartment buildings across Baghdad Tuesday and another struck a market, killing 49 people and wounding more than 160, authorities said.

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88 Gay Couples Have Married in Mexico City

Posted: 04/05/2010 - Mexico City's officials say 88 same-sex couples have gotten married in Mexico's capital since a law allowing such unions took effect last month.

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6 Killed During Protest by Miners in Peru

Posted: 04/05/2010 - Clashes between police and protesting miners have killed six miners as Peru's government tries to put restrictions on unregulated gold mining that it says is ravaging the environment in the Amazon rain forest.

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Australia Questions Crew of Ship That Ran Aground

Posted: 04/05/2010 - The crew of a coal-carrying ship that ran aground on Australia's Great Barrier Reef and is leaking oil will be questioned Tuesday about why their vessel was in a restricted area, an official said.

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Thai Protesters Clash With Riot Police

Posted: 04/05/2010 - Thousands of anti-government demonstrators clashed with Thai police and military troops trying to prevent them from leaving from the capital's commercial district Tuesday to stage protests elsewhere in Bangkok.

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US Consulate Attacked in NW Pakistan

Posted: 04/05/2010 - Islamist militants attacked a U.S. consulate in northwest Pakistan with car bombs and grenades Monday, killing three people, hours after 41 people died in a suicide attack on a political rally elsewhere in the region.

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Salvaging Ship From Barrier Reef Could Take Weeks

Posted: 04/04/2010 - The lives of nearly 900 babies would be saved each year, along with billions of dollars, if 90 percent of U.S. women breast-fed their babies for the first six months of life, a cost analysis says.

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Iceland Volcano Draws Hikers Despite Lava Flow

Posted: 04/04/2010 - Tourists and hikers are thronging to the area near a volcanic eruption in southern Iceland despite the opening of a second fissure and lava flows headed in two directions, officials said Sunday.

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9 Rescued After 179 Hours In Flooded Chinese Mine

Posted: 04/04/2010 - Nine miners were pulled to safety early Monday after spending more than a week trapped in a flooded coal mine in northern China, a rescue that had seemed beyond hope for days before crews heard someone tapping from deep underground.

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Castro: Cuba Will Resist Hunger Strike 'Blackmail'

Posted: 04/04/2010 - Raul Castro called mounting international pressure over Cuba's human rights record one of the strongest assaults its communist government has ever faced and vowed not to yield to the "blackmail" of a high-profile hunger striker.

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Vatican's Easter Mass Infused with Defense of Pope

Posted: 04/04/2010 - Easter Sunday Mass in St. Peter's Square, the Catholic church's most joyous celebration, began with a senior cardinal defending Pope Benedict XVI from what he called "petty gossip" and hailing him for "unfailing" leadership and courage.

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