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China Won't Send Delegate to Mr. Gay Pageant

Posted: 01/18/2010 - China will not send a delegate to the Worldwide Mr. Gay pageant next month, an organizer said Monday, after police blocked an event to choose a Chinese contestant.

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Pope John Paul II Gunman Released from Prison

Posted: 01/18/2010 - The Turkish man who shot Pope John Paul II nearly 29 years ago emerged from prison Monday, declared himself a messenger from God, then spent his first night of freedom in a luxury hotel room.

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Doctors to Remove 4 More Needles from Brazil Boy

Posted: 01/18/2010 - Doctors will remove four of the five sewing needles remaining in the body of a 2-year-old Brazilian boy, who was stuck by his stepfather in an alleged plot to spite his wife.

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4 Foreigners Freed After Being Abducted in Nigeria

Posted: 01/18/2010 - Militants on Monday released four foreign contractors who had been kidnapped last week from the Niger Delta, the first such workers seized from the unstable oil-rich region in months.

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Mexico City to Punish Tweets on Police Checkpoints

Posted: 01/18/2010 - Some Twitter users are revealing the locations of police drunk-driving checkpoints in Mexico City and the people behind the tweets could be prosecuted, police said Monday.

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4 Feared Dead in Bahamas Plane Crash

Posted: 01/18/2010 - Authorities say four people were aboard a small plane that crashed into the sea after taking off from the Bahamas en route to Florida.

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Judge Sentences 'Toronto 18' Ringleader

Posted: 01/18/2010 - The ringleader of a homegrown terror plot involving 18 people that planned to set off truck bombs in front of Canada's main stock exchange and two government buildings was given a life sentence on Monday.

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Haitians Pray, Cry for Help in the Ruins

Posted: 01/17/2010 - Prayers of thanksgiving and cries for help rose from a roofless cathedral and the huddled homeless Sunday, the sixth day of an epic humanitarian crisis that was straining the world's ability to respond and igniting flare-ups of violence amid the rubble.

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UN: Haitian Quake Worst Due to Government Losses

Posted: 01/16/2010 - A U.N. spokeswoman says the United Nations is finding the Haitian earthquake to be the worst disaster it has had to face in terms of the resources available for its relief work.

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Woods Looking to Help Haiti Relief Effort

Posted: 01/16/2010 - Tiger Woods plans to help with relief efforts in earthquake-ravaged Haiti by supporting groups that provide resources to children.

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UK Gov't Apologizes to Thalidomide Victims

Posted: 01/14/2010 - The British government apologized Thursday to people who were harmed in the womb when their mothers took the anti-nausea drug Thalidomide.

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UK Report Calls for Tougher Dog Breeding Standards

Posted: 01/14/2010 - Britain considers itself a nation of dog lovers. But a new report says the country needs tougher breeding standards and better education to curb deformity and disease caused by the quest for the best beagle or the perfect Pekingese.

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$500 Tip Leads Police to $66 Million in Fake Bills

Posted: 01/14/2010 - Malaysian police have arrested a Lebanese man allegedly carrying fake currency with a face value of $66 million after he tipped a hotel staff with a $500 note, news reports said Friday.

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NZ Police Inquire into Attack on Dolphin

Posted: 01/14/2010 - Police in New Zealand are investigating reports that a boisterous teenage dolphin with a reputation for stealing surfboards and balls from swimmers was attacked with a paddle after annoying a canoeist.

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Doge's Palace in Venice Restored

Posted: 01/14/2010 - Experts have restored part of Venice's Palazzo Ducale, cleaning marble facades and uncovering hidden shades of color and gold.

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Activists Protest Experiments Burying Pigs in Snow

Posted: 01/14/2010 - Vehement protests by animal rights activists prompted scientists on Thursday to temporarily stop an avalanche experiment that involved burying pigs in snow and monitoring their deaths.

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Chavez Suspends Rolling Blackouts in Caracas

Posted: 01/14/2010 - President Hugo Chavez suspended rolling blackouts in Venezuela's capital a day after they began and sacked his electricity minister, saying government officials imposed a rationing plan riddled with mistakes.

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Panama Ex-President Perez Under House Arrest

Posted: 01/14/2010 - Former president Ernesto Perez Balladares was put under house arrest Thursday while authorities investigate accusations that he laundered money.

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Attack in Jordan Targets Israeli Embassy Convoy

Posted: 01/14/2010 - A roadside bomb exploded Thursday near a convoy of Israeli diplomats traveling through Jordan on their way home for the weekend, but no one was hurt, officials in both countries said.

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