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Massive Quake Strikes Haiti

Updated: 01/13/2010 - A powerful earthquake struck Haiti's capital on Tuesday with withering force, toppling everything from simple shacks to the ornate National Palace. The dead and injured lay in the streets even as strong aftershocks rippled through the impoverished Caribbean country.

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Chile Repatriates Indian Remains from Europe

Posted: 01/12/2010 - The remains of five Indians from a tribe in southern Chile have been repatriated from Europe more than a century after they were taken away to be displayed as curiosities.

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UN: Guatemala Attorney Orchestrated Own Killing

Posted: 01/12/2010 - A Guatemalan lawyer who accused the country's president of his murder in a video made before his death actually contracted the hitmen to kill him, U.N. investigators announced Tuesday.

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Mexico still Waiting for Most Swine Flu Vaccines

Posted: 01/12/2010 - Mexico - the epicenter of last year's swine flu outbreak - has received less than half of the 30 million vaccine doses it ordered last year, the country's health secretary said Tuesday.

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Israel to Build 2 Fences on Porous Egyptian Border

Posted: 01/11/2010 - Israel's prime minister has ordered the construction of two massive fences along the long and porous southern border with Egypt, saying he wants to stem a growing flood of African asylum seekers and to prevent Islamic militants from entering the country.

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Prehistoric Building Found in Modern Israeli City

Posted: 01/11/2010 - Archaeologists have uncovered remains of an 8,000-year-old prehistoric building as well as ancient flint tools in the modern city of Tel Aviv, Israel's Antiquities Authority announced Monday.

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2 Separatists Held in Attack on Togo Soccer Team

Posted: 01/11/2010 - Authorities have arrested two separatists in Angola's restive Cabinda region following a shooting attack on the Togolese national soccer team that killed three people, a prosecutor announced.

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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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