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Cameroon Lightning Strike Kills 5 Schoolchildren

Posted: 09/16/2009 - A lightning bolt killed five children at their school in northwest Cameroon as they were preparing to begin their school day, a local doctor said Wednesday.

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Syrian President in Turkey for Talks on Israel

Posted: 09/16/2009 - Turkey encouraged Syria on Wednesday to think of ways to revive the stalled peace talks with Israel, but the Syrian president said Israel does not appear to be a partner in the process.

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Gunmen Kill 10 at Mexico Drug Treatment Center

Posted: 09/16/2009 - Gunmen have killed 10 people at a drug treatment center in the northern Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez, the second such mass killing this month.

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Ireland to Buy Banks' Dud Loans at 30 Pct Discount

Posted: 09/16/2009 - Irish Finance Minister Brian Lenihan says the government will acquire euro77 billion ($110 billion) in defaulting property loans from Ireland's struggling banks - and pay 30 percent less.

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AP Sources: Delay Sought in Gitmo Trials

Posted: 09/16/2009 - The Obama administration is seeking another two-month delay in a handful of key military commission trials of terrorism detainees at Guantanamo Bay.

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Malaysia Frees 5 Untried Terror Suspects

Posted: 09/15/2009 - Malaysia on Tuesday freed five terror suspects held for up to 7½ years without trial under a strict security law that has been severely criticized by civil rights groups.

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Lithuania's Top Lawmaker Ousted Over Mob Charges

Posted: 09/15/2009 - A talk-show host turned political star was ousted as Lithuania's parliament speaker Tuesday amid a scandal sparked by a photo of him hobnobbing with a member of a deadly criminal gang.

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Iraqi Shoe Thrower Released; Says He was Tortured

Posted: 09/15/2009 - The Iraqi reporter who threw his shoes at former President George W. Bush in protest was freed from prison on Tuesday and, unrepentant, he harshly condemned the U.S. presence in his country and accused authorities of torturing him.

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Eligible and Wealthy Prince Harry Turns 25

Posted: 09/15/2009 - Prince Harry turned 25 on Tuesday, becoming an even more eligible bachelor as he gained access to part of his inheritance from his mother, Princess Diana.

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Cuba OKs Organized Religious Services in Prisons

Posted: 09/15/2009 - Cuba will allow inmates to attend Roman Catholic Mass and Protestant services inside prisons, a top religious leader said Tuesday, in a significant easing of the communist government's policy toward organized religion.

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Attacks Kill at least 16 in Mexican Border Cities

Posted: 09/15/2009 - Firefighters have found six bodies inside a burning car in Tijuana, and 10 people were killed in two separate shootings in another northern Mexican border town besieged by drug violence.

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Major Market Burns in Gabon Capital

Posted: 09/15/2009 - Firefighters battled a blaze at the heart of Libreville, Gabon's capital, as fire consumed the nation's largest market.

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Conservationists Say 70 Dolphins in Japan Released

Posted: 09/14/2009 - A Japanese fishing town that holds a well-known annual hunt to kill and sell dolphins for meat has released 70 of the animals from its first catch of the season following an international outcry, a conservationist group said Tuesday.

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PR Education Chief Defends Banning of 5 Books

Posted: 09/14/2009 - Puerto Rico's top education official on Monday defended his decision to ban five books from the curriculum at public high schools across the U.S. territory because of "coarse" language.

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France Seeks to Combat Workplace Suicides

Posted: 09/14/2009 - France Telecom SA was mobilizing all 20,000 of its managers Monday in an effort to respond to a string of 23 employee suicides that unions blame partly on layoffs and restructuring at the telecommunications giant.

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Bin Laden Prods US to End "Hopeless" Afghan War

Posted: 09/14/2009 - Osama bin Laden said in a new audiotape that President Barack Obama's strategy in Afghanistan is "hopeless" and called on Americans to resolve the conflict with al-Qaida by ending the war there and breaking the U.S. alliance with Israel.

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Trinidad AG: PM Eager to Rebut Corruption Claims

Posted: 09/14/2009 - Prime Minister Patrick Manning will welcome an opportunity to rebut allegations in court that he promised state resources to the leader of a radical Islamic group behind a bloody 1990 coup attempt, the attorney general told lawmakers Monday.

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US Astronaut Says Legalize Undocumented Mexicans

Posted: 09/14/2009 - Spaceman Jose Hernandez said Monday the United States needs to legalize its undocumented immigrants - a rare, public stand for a U.S. astronaut on a political, hot-button issue.

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Brazil and Guyana Inaugurate Border Bridge

Posted: 09/14/2009 - The leader of Brazil and Guyana met Monday to inaugurate a border bridge that is expected to boost trade between the giant South American country and the Caribbean.

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