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Guatemala President Vetoes Restoring Death Penalty

Posted: 11/04/2010 - Guatemalan President Alvaro Colom has vetoed legislation that would have reinstated capital punishment while giving the president the power to commute death penalty sentences.

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Haiti Homeless Caught Between Eviction And Storm

Posted: 11/04/2010 - The sky over Port-au-Prince's tarp cities grew dark, the wind picked up and rain began to fall as Tropical Storm Tomas headed for the quake-stricken Haiti on Thursday. Government officials and police told people to leave their camps, but most had nowhere to go.

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U.S., British Downplay French Comment on Mail Bombs

Posted: 11/04/2010 - American and British officials are downplaying the French foreign minister's comment that one of two mail bombs sent from Yemen last week was disarmed shortly before it was set to go off.

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Official: One Yemen Bomb 17 Minutes from Exploding

Updated: 11/04/2010 - One of two mail bombs sent from Yemen last week was disarmed just 17 minutes before it was set to go off, the French interior minister said Thursday, but American and British officials said they had no information that would confirm that.

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Iranian Protesters Bash US and Britain in Rallies

Posted: 11/04/2010 - Demonstrators chanted "Down with America" outside the former U.S. Embassy and pelted the British diplomatic compound with eggs and tomatoes Thursday in separate rallies held under tight security but without challenges from opposition groups.

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Greek Bombers Used Hollow Books

Posted: 11/04/2010 - Court documents seen by The Associated Press accuse two men of assembling a wave of mail bombs using tiny amounts of crude explosive materials concealed by hollowed-out books and bogus charity pamphlets.

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Russia Flexes Muscles Over Island Spat With Japan

Posted: 11/03/2010 - Dmitry Medvedev's visit to a disputed Pacific island, despite strong objections from Japan, seemed intended both to stamp Russia's authority in Asia and to strengthen the Russian president at home.

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18 Bodies Found In Mexico Mass Grave Near Acapulco

Posted: 11/03/2010 - Police recovered 18 bodies Wednesday in a mass grave identified in a narco-video as the burial site for 20 men who were kidnapped a month ago in the Pacific coast city of Acapulco.

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Ivory Coast Heads For Runoff Vote

Posted: 11/03/2010 - President Laurent Gbagbo will face Ivory Coast's main opposition leader in a runoff later this month to decide this volatile West African nation's next leader, according to final results announced Thursday by the electoral commission.

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US Citizens Killed in Mexico This Week Up to Five

Posted: 11/03/2010 - Mexican and U.S. authorities say a university student has been shot to death in Ciudad Juarez, becoming the fifth American slain in the violent border city this week.

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Atop Yemen al-Qaida, A Militant Who Vows to Hit US

Posted: 11/03/2010 - Only four years after he and a band of militants made a daring escape from a San'a prison, Qassim al-Raimi has become the dominant figure in al-Qaida's most active franchise- the Yemen-based al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula.

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Bombings, Mortar Strikes Kill 76 Across Baghdad

Posted: 11/02/2010 - Rapid-fire bombings and mortar strikes killed 76 people and wounded more than 200 across Baghdad's myriad neighborhoods Tuesday, demonstrating the insurgents' ability to carry out coordinated strikes from one side of the capital to the other.

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Ivory Coast: First Election Results Released

Updated: 11/02/2010 - Authorities in Ivory Coast released the first major results late Tuesday from the volatile West African country's presidential vote, as tensions mounted amid fears of possible violence.

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Yemen Charges US-Born Radical Cleric Al-Awlaki

Updated: 11/02/2010 - Yemen, under intense U.S. pressure to crack down on al-Qaida, put an American-born radical cleric on trial in absentia Tuesday on charges of plotting to kill foreigners and being a member of the terrorist group.

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Japan Dolphin Hunt Town Has Debate With Activists

Posted: 11/01/2010 - The tiny seaside town in Japan whose annual dolphin slaughter gained notoriety through the gruesome Oscar-winning documentary "The Cove" hosted an unprecedented meeting Tuesday between local officials and foreign environmentalists.

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CDC: Haiti Cholera Matches South Asian Strain

Posted: 11/01/2010 - A cholera outbreak that has killed more than 300 people in Haiti matches strains commonly found in South Asia, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday.

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UN Investigator: Migrants Suffer Worst Racism

Posted: 11/01/2010 - A U.N. independent investigator says migrants in Europe, the United States and many other parts of the world are subjected to the worst forms of racial discrimination and xenophobia.

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Germany Suspends Passenger Flights From Yemen

Updated: 11/01/2010 - Germany's aviation authority says the country has extended its ban on cargo aircraft from Yemen to include passenger flights amid the current terrorist threat.

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Yemen Arrests Woman Suspected in Mail Bomb Case

Updated: 10/30/2010 - Yemeni officials say a woman has been arrested on suspicion of sending the two mail bombs found on cargo planes in the United Arab Emirates and England.

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Storms Crippling Tsunami Aid To Indonesia Islands

Posted: 10/29/2010 - A group of private aid workers battled fierce swells and driving rain that kept most craft on shore, managing to deliver food and other supplies to desperate survivors on the islands hardest hit by a tsunami that killed at least 413 people.

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