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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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Iran Says It Is Ready To Restart Nuclear Talks

Updated: 10/29/2010 - Iran offered on Friday to negotiate with six world powers about its disputed nuclear program in a new bid to end growing concern that it could be used to produce weapons.

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Argentines Bid Goodbye To Kirchner Before Burial

Posted: 10/29/2010 - Former President Nestor Kirchner was buried Friday in the southern city where he was born, ending two days of mourning that saw tens of thousands of Argentines fill the streets to pay their respects to one of the nation's dominant political figures.

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China, Japan Spat Dims Possibility Of Talks

Posted: 10/29/2010 - A new diplomatic flare-up between China and Japan over disputed islands all but scuttled chances Saturday for crucial talks aimed at mending damaged ties between the two countries' leaders at an annual Asian summit.

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Death Toll In Indonesian Tsunami Tops 370

Updated: 10/28/2010 - Rescuers searching islands ravaged by a tsunami off western Indonesia raised the death toll to 370 Thursday as more corpses were wrapped in body bags or buried by neighbors. Officials said hundreds of missing people may have been swept out to sea.

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Iran Set For Board Of UN Women

Posted: 10/27/2010 - U.S. diplomats and human rights groups are outraged that Iran is set to become a member of the board of the new U.N. agency to promote equality for women.

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Former Argentine President Nestor Kirchner Dies

Posted: 10/27/2010 - Former President Nestor Kirchner, who steered Argentina out of crisis and political instability with a leftist populism that thrilled the poor and exasperated the wealthy, died suddenly of a heart attack Wednesday with his wife, President Cristina Fernandez, by his side.

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UN Probes Base As Source Of Haiti Cholera Outbreak

Posted: 10/27/2010 - The U.N. is denying that a Nepalese peacekeeping base is the source of the cholera epidemic in Haiti, despite persistent accusations that excrement from the newly arrived unit is responsible for the outbreak.

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15 People Killed In Mexican Car Wash Massacre

Posted: 10/27/2010 - Gunmen killed 15 people at a car wash Wednesday in a Mexican Pacific coast state where drug-gang violence has risen this year. It was the third massacre in Mexico in less than a week.

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Iran Vying for Board of UN Women

Posted: 10/27/2010 - Iran, where a woman convicted of adultery has been sentenced to death by stoning, is likely to become a member of the board of the new U.N. agency to promote equality for women, prompting outrage from the U.S. and human rights groups.

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US Blacklists 37 Alleged Front Companies for Iran

Posted: 10/27/2010 - The Obama administration is putting new pressure on Iran by blacklisting 37 shipping companies in Germany, Malta and Cyprus that the U.S. links to Tehran's nuclear program.

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Mexico Official: 2 Dead Men May Be Massacre Gunmen

Posted: 10/26/2010 - The bodies of two men, one of them decapitated, were found in a Mexican border city Tuesday, and police suspect they may have been behind the massacre of 14 young people at a birthday party.

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Jaguar Escaped In Hurricane Blamed In Belize Death

Posted: 10/26/2010 - A jaguar that escaped from its cage at a Belize animal rescue center during Hurricane Richard has been blamed in the mauling death of a U.S. citizen whose body was found on Tuesday.

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Latin Leaders Question Calif. Move To Legalize Marijuana

Posted: 10/26/2010 - The leaders of several Latin American nations on the front lines of the battle against drugs said Tuesday that a California ballot measure to legalize marijuana would send a contradictory message from the United States.

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Cholera Fears Spark Anti-Clinic Protest In Haiti

Posted: 10/26/2010 - The cholera outbreak in Haiti is sparking protests in the island nation as people try to deal with a frightening disease that was almost unknown there before it began spreading through the countryside.

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Paul the Octopus Dies

Updated: 10/26/2010 - Paul the Octopus, the tentacle tipster who fascinated football fans by predicting results at the World Cup, died Tuesday.

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BP CEO Hits Back At Media And Politicians

Posted: 10/25/2010 - BP Chief Executive Bob Dudley accused some politicians and the media on Monday of being too hasty to pin all the blame on his company for the devastating Gulf of Mexico spill - and emphasized the need for deep-water drilling.

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Canadian Gitmo Detainee Pleads Guilty To All Charges

Posted: 10/25/2010 - Eight years after he was taken to Guantanamo as a teenage prisoner, a Canadian pleaded guilty Monday to killing a U.S. Army sergeant during a battle in Afghanistan, in a deal that will send him home in a year to serve his sentence.

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