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Austria: Skier Trapped In Chair Lift For 6 Hours

Posted: 02/14/2010 - A 22-year-old German skier was hospitalized with hypothermia after being trapped for six hours in a chair lift that had been closed down for the night, police said Sunday.

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Israeli Harem Leader Charged With Rape, Incest

Posted: 02/14/2010 - An Israeli man who kept a cult-like harem of women and fathered dozens of children with them was charged in a Tel Aviv court Sunday with enslavement, rape, incest and other sexual offenses.

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UK Lawmaker Fired for Anti-Israel Comments

Posted: 02/14/2010 - A British lawmaker was fired from her job as her party's health spokeswoman after she said that there should be a probe into claims that Israeli relief workers were harvesting organs in Haiti.

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Abbas Aide Suspended Over Sex Tape Scandal

Posted: 02/14/2010 - A top Palestinian official mired in a sex tape scandal brushed aside allegations he traded his influence for sexual favors, saying Sunday he was the victim of entrapment and blackmail.

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Irish Bishop: No Resignations On Agenda With Pope

Posted: 02/14/2010 - Irish bishops one-by-one will give an accounting to Pope Benedict XVI of their views, actions or knowledge about decades of sexual abuse by clergy, a participant said Sunday, but resignations were not on the agenda for the Vatican's extraordinary summit over the scandal.

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Tonga Hit By Cyclone But No Injuries So Far

Posted: 02/14/2010 - Northern and central Tonga were being slammed by Cyclone Rene on Monday, with powerful winds ripping off roofs, tearing down trees and power lines and cutting communications with the capital in the south of the country, officials said.

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Preteen Samba Queen To Parade at Rio's Carnival

Posted: 02/14/2010 - Thousands of boisterous samba fans came together to watch the first night of Rio's Carnival parades Sunday, and all eyes are on a 7-year-old girl who is the youngest drum corps queen in memory.

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Pickup Hits Bus Carrying Country Singer's Band

Posted: 02/13/2010 - Authorities in north Louisiana say two people in a pickup truck were killed when the truck ran head-on into a tour bus carrying members of country singer Trace Adkins' band.

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Stuntman And Actor Bobby Hoy Dies At 82

Posted: 02/13/2010 - Bobby Hoy, a stuntman and actor known for his way with horses in Westerns like "Bonanza" and "The High Chaparral," has died. He was 82.

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China Coal Mines Safer, But More Changes Needed

Posted: 02/13/2010 - China's coal mining industry, the world's deadliest, has improved dramatically but will need another decade to make more fundamental changes, the country's mine safety director said Saturday.

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Egypt: Coptic Killing Suspects Plead Not Guilty

Posted: 02/13/2010 - Three Egyptian Muslim men accused in a drive-by shooting that killed seven people outside a Coptic church pleaded not guilty on Saturday, a judicial official said.

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Azerbaijan Passes Law Further Restricting Media

Posted: 02/13/2010 - Lawmakers in Azerbaijan have revised the country's media laws to forbid journalists from filming, recording or photographing subjects without their express permission.

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Neo-Nazis Rally On Dresden Bombing Anniversary

Posted: 02/13/2010 - Thousands of protesters formed a human chain in Dresden on Saturday, determined to stop neo-Nazis from exploiting the German city's painful history on the 65th anniversary of its deadly Allied bombing in World War II.

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Hundreds Protest Violence In Mexican Border City

Posted: 02/13/2010 - Hundreds of people marched Saturday against the drug gang violence besieging Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez, gathering at a bridge where they simulated the massacre of a group of teenagers last month.

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