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South African Thanks Those Who Challenged US. Ban

Posted: 01/21/2010 - A South African university administrator who suspects he was once barred from the U.S. because of his criticism of the Iraq war said a day after his ban was lifted that Americans who supported him had taken a stand against intolerance.

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Europe's Top Rights Official Visits Russia

Posted: 01/21/2010 - Europe's top human rights official urged the Kremlin on Thursday to end a wave of abductions in North Caucacus and to prosecute the killers of a prominent rights activist.

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Venezuela Forces Cable TV to Air Chavez Speeches

Posted: 01/21/2010 - Venezuela's state-run telecommunications agency formally notified two dozen local cable television channels on Thursday that they must carry mandatory government programming, including marathon speeches by President Hugo Chavez.

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French Workers Lock Up 4 Bosses in Layoff Dispute

Posted: 01/21/2010 - Workers at a steel plant in eastern France have locked up four of their bosses in a dispute over layoffs, marking a new eruption of frustration at the fallout of the financial crisis.

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China Declares Crisis Past, Inflation a Concern

Posted: 01/21/2010 - China declared it is over the global crisis and signaled a shift in focus to controlling inflation, sparking concern it could hamper growth and the country's contribution to a worldwide rebound.

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Eels Disappearing from London's River Thames

Posted: 01/21/2010 - Eels that have been migrating across the Atlantic Ocean to European rivers for hundreds of years are rapidly disappearing from London's River Thames, scientists said Thursday.

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Fortune Shines On Chile's Billionaire Prez-Elect

Posted: 01/21/2010 - Shares in Chile's leading airline have more than doubled since a major shareholder was elected president, prompting a regulatory investigation and reviving concerns about conflicts of interest.

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Tijuana Floods Leave 10 Missing; At Least 1 Dead

Posted: 01/21/2010 - ins have unleashed heavy flooding in parts of the Mexican border city of Tijuana, killing a 5-year-old girl and leaving at least 10 other people missing, officials said Thursday.

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Mexican Prison Brawl Leaves 23 Dead

Posted: 01/20/2010 - Prison officials say 23 inmates are dead and several others injured after a fight in a northern Mexico penitentiary.

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UN: Afghans Forced to Pay Billions in Bribes

Posted: 01/20/2010 - Half of all Afghan adults paid at least one bribe to a public official over the course of a year to cut through red tape or get help with poor service, the U.N. said Tuesday in a report that documents the extraordinary depth of corruption in Afghanistan.

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Haitians Flee in Fear as Big Aftershock Hits

Updated: 01/20/2010 - The most powerful aftershock yet struck Haiti on Wednesday, shaking more rubble from damaged buildings and sending screaming people running into the streets eight days after the country's capital was devastated by an apocalyptic quake.

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What Internet? China Region Cut Off 6 Months Now

Posted: 01/19/2010 - They arrive at this gritty desert crossroads weary from a 13-hour train ride but determined. The promised land lies just across the railway station plaza: a large, white sign that says "Easy Connection Internet Cafe."

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Disgraced Late Italian Leader Rehabilitated

Posted: 01/19/2010 - Bettino Craxi died 10 years ago in disgrace, a broken politician in self-imposed exile at the Tunisian resort where he fled to escape a corruption conviction.

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150 Irish Flights to be Hit by Air-Traffic Walkout

Posted: 01/19/2010 - Air traffic controllers plan to ground flights at Ireland's three major airports for at least four hours Wednesday to push for pay raises and keep their free pension plans.

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Cuba Performing State-Sponsored Sex Change Surgery

Posted: 01/19/2010 - Cuba has begun performing state-sponsored sex-change operations after the government lifted a longtime ban on the procedure in 2007, President Raul Castro's daughter said Tuesday.

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US, UN Send More Troops to Help in Haiti

Posted: 01/19/2010 - U.S. troops landed on the lawn of Haiti's shattered presidential palace to the cheers of quake victims on Tuesday, and the U.N. said it would throw more police and soldiers into the sluggish global effort to aid the devastated country.

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UN Approves Extra Troops and Police for Haiti

Posted: 01/19/2010 - The U.N. Security Council has unanimously approved 3,500 extra troops and police officers to beef up security in Haiti and ensure that desperately needed aid gets to earthquake victims

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