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Chile Opens Museum of Memory for Dirty War Victims

Posted: 01/11/2010 - Chile inaugurated the Museum of Memory on Monday to make sure the tens of thousands of people who were imprisoned, killed or disappeared during Gen. Augusto Pinochet's dictatorship are not forgotten.

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Ecuador to Restrict Number of Cars in Rush Hour

Posted: 01/11/2010 - The mayor of Ecuador's capital says his government will impose new driving restrictions to keep 80,000 private cars off Quito's congested streets during rush hour.

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Protestant Church Burned in Algeria

Posted: 01/11/2010 - Islamists looted and burned a Protestant church in Algeria, the congregation's leader said Monday, suggesting they were inspired by a recent spate of religious intolerance in the Arab and Muslim world.

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NIreland Head Steps Down after Wife's Teen Affair

Posted: 01/11/2010 - The peace process faces a new challenge as Northern Ireland's leader was forced to step down - at least temporarily - amid outrage following revelations of his wife's affair with a teenager.

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NIreland Head Steps Down After Wife's Teen Affair

Posted: 01/11/2010 - The peace process faces a new challenge as Northern Ireland's leader was forced to step down - at least temporarily - amid outrage following revelations of his wife's affair with a teenager.

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Clinton: US on Verge of Iran Sanctions

Posted: 01/11/2010 - Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the Obama administration has concluded that the best way to pressure Iran to come clean on its nuclear ambitions is to impose sanctions aimed at the country's ruling elite.

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Fifth Church Attacked in Malaysia in Allah Feud

Posted: 01/09/2010 - Another church was hit by a firebomb early Sunday, the fifth assault in three days of unrest following a court decision that allows Christians and other non-Muslims to use "Allah" to refer to God.

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Togo Wants Apology from Angola for Being at Risk

Posted: 01/09/2010 - Togo's government wants an apology from Angola and African Cup of Nations organizers for sending its soccer team into unruly Cabinda, where gunmen killed two team officials and the bus driver.

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Hamas, Egypt Clash Across Sealed Border; 1 Dead

Posted: 01/06/2010 - Hamas loyalists and Egyptian troops opened fire along Gaza's volatile border Wednesday, leaving an Egyptian soldier dead and more than a dozen Gazans hurt in the bloodiest clash between the two sides in a year.

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Jet in Jamaica Wreck Landed Halfway Down Runway

Posted: 01/06/2010 - An American Airlines jet that overshot a Jamaican runway and split apart last month touched down nearly halfway down the runway, well past its target, investigators said Wednesday.

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1,000 People Homeless on Solomons after Tsunami

Posted: 01/05/2010 - Landslides and a tsunami destroyed the homes of about one-third of the population on a Solomon Island, but lives were likely spared as residents with memories of previous disasters fled quickly to higher ground, officials said Tuesday.

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CIA Bomber Coerced to Work for Jordan Spy Agency

Posted: 01/05/2010 - The suspected Jordanian double agent who killed seven CIA officers in Afghanistan was thrown into jail by Jordanian intelligence to coerce him to track down al-Qaida's No. 2 leader, Mideast counterterrorism officials said Tuesday.

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Full-Body Scanners to be put in Canadian Airports

Posted: 01/05/2010 - Full-body scanners will be introduced in Canada in the wake of the failed Christmas Day bombing attempt of a U.S. airliner, Canada's transport minister said Tuesday.

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Cuba Protests US Screening of Airline Passengers

Posted: 01/05/2010 - Cuba summoned the top U.S. diplomat on the island Tuesday to protest extra screening for Cuban citizens flying into the United States, calling the measure a "hostile action" meant to justify America's trade embargo.

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No Tall Tale: Dubai to Open World's Highest Tower

Posted: 01/03/2010 - Dubai is set to open the world's tallest building amid tight security on Monday, celebrating the tower as a bold feat on the world stage despite the city state's shaky financial footing.

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Mexico Takes Down 2nd Reputed Drug Lord in 2 Weeks

Updated: 01/03/2010 - Just two weeks after a chilling reprisal attack for a military raid that killed a reputed drug boss, police have captured one of his brothers, sending a strong message that Mexico will not back down in the drug war.

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