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Chile Quake in 'Elite Class' Like 2004 Asian Quake

Posted: 02/27/2010 - The huge earthquake that struck off the coast of Chile belongs to an "elite class" of mega earthquakes, experts said, and is similar to the 2004 Indian Ocean temblor that triggered deadly tsunami waves.

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Gunmen Kill 13 People in Southern Mexican Town

Posted: 02/24/2010 - The U.S. government warned its citizens Wednesday against traveling to a northern Mexico border state where shootouts killed 19 people the previous three days.

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Toyota Chief's Testimony Closely Watched in Japan

Updated: 02/25/2010 - Japan appeared relieved Thursday that much-anticipated testimony by Toyota's chief executive before U.S. lawmakers was finally over, though analysts said the company's recall woes are no closer to being solved.

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AP Source: Obama Urges Russia to Help Gain Treaty

Posted: 02/24/2010 - President Barack Obama weighed in Wednesday to try to hasten the conclusion of a new nuclear weapons treaty with Russia, urging President Dmitry Medvedev (dih-MEE'-tree med-VYEH'-dyev) to help accelerate its completion.

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Police: 5 Dead, 60 Buried By Indonesian Landslide

Posted: 02/23/2010 - A rain-triggered landslide Tuesday at a tea plantation on Indonesia's main island of Java buried scores of workers, officials said. At least five people were confirmed dead.

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Egyptian Police Arrest Suspect In Synagogue Attack

Posted: 02/23/2010 - Egyptian police on Tuesday arrested a man suspected of throwing a suitcase containing a makeshift bomb at Cairo's main synagogue, describing him as a criminal previously involved in violence, drugs and forgery.

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Sex At The Museum: Swingers In Vienna Art Hall

Posted: 02/23/2010 - In the name of art, an Austrian landmark is encouraging visitors to confront their sexual inhibitions by having them walk through a swingers club to reach one of Gustav Klimt's masterpieces.

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17 Miners Killed In Northwest Turkey Mine Collapse

Posted: 02/23/2010 - A methane gas explosion caused an underground chamber in a coal mine in northwestern Turkey to collapse Tuesday, killing 17 workers, the governor said - the second deadly explosion at the mine in four years.

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Haitian Official: Orphans Turned Over to US Diplos

Posted: 02/23/2010 - A top Haitian official tells The Associated Press that the U.S. Embassy now has custody of six orphans who were seized by Haitian police as they were about to board a plane for the United States.

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Official: Turkish Miners Trapped in Mine Collapse

Posted: 02/23/2010 - A methane gas explosion Tuesday caused the collapse of an underground chamber of a Turkish coal mine in northwestern Turkey, killing one miner and trapping more than two dozen others, officials and news reports said Tuesday.

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Egypt To Receive Stolen Sarcophagus From US

Posted: 02/22/2010 - The U.S. will return to Egypt a 3,000 year old wooden sarcophagus confiscated at the Miami airport after being shipped from Barcelona, the Culture Ministry announced Monday.

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Details Posted On Alleged CIA-Flights To Poland

Posted: 02/22/2010 - A government-run agency has for the first time provided official records confirming the landing in Poland of planes associated with the CIA's secret detainee program, two human rights groups said Monday.

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Mexico Captures Sinaloa Cartel Cocaine Trafficker

Posted: 02/22/2010 - Federal police have captured a man described as a key operator of the powerful Sinaloa cartel who served briefly in the U.S. army before taking on the trafficking of 2 tons of cocaine a month into the United States.

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Peru Buses Crash Head-On; 38 Dead, 58 Hurt

Posted: 02/22/2010 - Two buses crashed head-on along a remote stretch of highway in northeast Peru Monday, killing at least 38 people and injuring 58, police said.

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Vatican Official Dismisses Calls For Resignation

Posted: 02/22/2010 - The Vatican's top bioethics official on Monday dismissed calls for his resignation following an uproar over his defense of doctors who aborted the twin fetuses of a 9-year-old child who was raped by her stepfather.

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Australia Fights Terrorism With Tough Visa Checks

Posted: 02/22/2010 - Australia intends to impose tougher visa checks on people from countries considered at high risk for terrorism as part of a 69 million Australian dollar ($62 million) counterterrorism plan released Tuesday.

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Dissident IRA Car Bomb Damages North Ireland Courthouse

Posted: 02/22/2010 - Irish Republican Army dissidents detonated their first car bomb in nearly a decade Monday night, damaging a courthouse but injuring nobody in an attack designed to rattle Northern Ireland's peace process.

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