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AP Source: Georgian Olympic Luger Dies After Crash

Updated: 02/12/2010 - A men's luger from the former Soviet republic of Georgia died Friday after a crash during training, an Olympic official with direct knowledge of the situation said.

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SKorea, Japan Press NKorea To Rejoin Nuclear Talks

Posted: 02/10/2010 - South Korea and Japan stepped up pressure Thursday on North Korea to quickly rejoin nuclear disarmament talks, while a senior U.N. envoy was in Pyongyang amid a flurry of diplomacy to reopen the on-and-off negotiations.

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Haiti Mystery Patient Recovering: Stable, Eating

Updated: 02/10/2010 - A rice vendor who doctors say may have survived 27 days under the rubble after Haiti's devastating earthquake was in stable condition and eating Wednesday.

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Honda Adds 437,000 Cars to Global Air Bag Recall

Updated: 02/10/2010 - Honda Motor Co. is adding 437,000 vehicles to its 15-month-old global recall for faulty air bags in the latest quality problem to hit a Japanese automaker.

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Myanmar Court Sentences US Man To 3 Years Prison

Posted: 02/09/2010 - A Myanmar court has ordered a U.S. citizen to serve three years in prison for entering the military-ruled country with forged documents and undeclared foreign currency.

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Nearly 200 People Indicted In Philippines Massacre

Posted: 02/09/2010 - Philippine prosecutors filed charges Tuesday against the head of a powerful clan and 195 others in the biggest and deadliest murder case since the country's World War II war crimes trials.

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2nd German Traveler Camps Out In Brazil Airport

Posted: 02/09/2010 - A German man who went to Brazil for a woman he met on the Internet has been camping out in an airport for more than a month after thieves took all his money and possessions, authorities said Tuesday.

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5 Cops Arrested In Crackdown On Tijuana Drug Gang

Posted: 02/09/2010 - A crackdown on a vicious Mexican drug gang has led to the arrest of five Tijuana police officers, including two who had been at the forefront of the border city's efforts to rid the force of corruption.

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Irish Abuse Victims Ask Pope to Replace Bishops

Posted: 02/09/2010 - Prominent Irish victims of Catholic sexual abuse have written to Pope Benedict XVI asking him to take responsibility for the church's concealment of child molestation by forcing out bishops implicated in the decades of cover-up.

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Relatives In Eastern Cuba Say Woman Has Turned 125

Posted: 02/09/2010 - Relatives in eastern Cuba claim to have held a 125th birthday party for a woman named Juana Bautista de la Candelaria Rodriguez, but it is not clear if she is really that old.

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Canadian Police Look Into Old Cases After Arrest

Posted: 02/09/2010 - Canadian authorities are looking into unsolved murder and sexual assault cases after charging the commander of Canada's largest Air Force base with the murder of two women and the sexual assault of two others.

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Muslim Man Wins Handshake Case In Sweden

Posted: 02/08/2010 - Sweden's unemployment agency has been found guilty of discrimination for expelling a Muslim man from a job training program because he refused to shake hands with a woman.

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Body Found In Landing Gear Of NY-To-Tokyo Flight

Posted: 02/08/2010 - A body was found inside a wheel well of a Delta Air Lines plane after it landed in Tokyo from New York, and Japanese authorities Monday were trying to identify the man.

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World's Tallest Tower Closed A Month After Opening

Posted: 02/08/2010 - The world's tallest skyscraper has unexpectedly closed to the public a month after its lavish opening, disappointing tourists headed for the observation deck and casting doubt over plans to welcome its first permanent occupants in the coming weeks.

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Bus Plunges Down Ravine In South China, Killing 7

Posted: 02/08/2010 - A bus collided with a sport utility vehicle Monday and plunged down a mountain ravine in southern China, killing seven people and injuring 50, state media reported.

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International Court Dismisses Case of Darfur Rebel

Posted: 02/08/2010 - International war crimes judges dismissed the case against a Sudanese rebel leader Monday, ruling that prosecutors failed to provide enough evidence to put him on trial for the deaths of international peacekeepers.

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