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UN Repatriating 11 Victims of Haiti Plane Crash

Posted: 10/10/2009 - U.N. helicopters on Saturday reached the remote site of plane crash that killed 11 peacekeepers when a surveillance flight slammed into a mountain in Haiti.

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Ireland's Green Party Votes to Stay in Government

Posted: 10/10/2009 - Members of Ireland's environmentalist Green Party overwhelmingly voted Saturday to stay in Prime Minister Brian Cowen's coalition government as it battles a runaway deficit, surging unemployment and crippled banks.

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Food Shortages Loom over Flood-Hit South India

Posted: 10/08/2009 - Millions of poor villagers across southern India are facing an imminent food shortage following months of intense drought and recent devastating floods, aid agencies warned Thursday.

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Admitted Nazi Hit Man Trial to Begin This Month

Posted: 10/08/2009 - Germany's highest court said Thursday it has declined to hear the appeal of admitted Nazi hit man Heinrich Boere, clearing the way for his trial later this month for the execution-style killings of three Dutch civilians during World War II.

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New Quakes, Small Tsunami Panic Pacific Islanders

Posted: 10/08/2009 - Thousands of panicked South Pacific islanders raced away from coastlines after a series of strong earthquakes rocked the region and generated a small tsunami Thursday, just over a week after a massive wave killed 178 people in the Samoas and Tonga.

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'Miracle' Woman: Damien's Already Hawaii's Saint

Posted: 10/08/2009 - A Hawaii resident whose recovery from lung cancer was called miraculous by the Vatican said Thursday that the Belgian-born priest she prayed to already is a saint, even before the pope canonizes him.

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Russian Court Hears Stalin's Grandson's Libel Case

Posted: 10/08/2009 - A Moscow court began hearings Thursday in a libel suit brought by Stalin's grandson against a Russian newspaper that he claims called into question the Soviet dictator's honor and dignity.

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Canadian Muslim Group Calls for Burka Ban

Posted: 10/08/2009 - A Canadian Muslim organization is urging the Canadian government to ban traditional Muslim garments designed to cover a woman's face, saying they are medieval and misogynist symbols of extremism with no basis in Islam.

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Saba Public Workers to get 6 Years of Back Pay

Posted: 10/08/2009 - Government workers on the tiny Dutch Caribbean island of Saba are scheduled to receive more than half a million dollars in back wages dating from 2003.

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Woman Pleads Guilty in USVI People Smuggling Case

Posted: 10/08/2009 - A ticket agent contractor who worked for Delta Air Lines in the U.S. Virgin Islands has pleaded guilty in a conspiracy to smuggle illegal immigrants into the United States.

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Agents Arrest Dozens for Theft Scheme in US, Egypt

Posted: 10/07/2009 - Authorities said Wednesday they have arrested 33 people in breaking up a crime ring in the U.S. and Egypt in which an elaborate "phishing" scam bilked bank customers out of at least $1 million.

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Powerful 7.8 Quake off Vanuatu, Tsunami Alert

Posted: 10/07/2009 - A powerful magnitude 7.8 earthquake rocked the South Pacific near the Vanuatu archipelago, the U.S. Geological Survey reported, triggering a regional tsunami alert.

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Egypt Severs Ties with Louvre Over Artifacts

Posted: 10/07/2009 - Egypt's antiquities czar took his campaign to recover the nation's lost treasures to a new level on Wednesday by cutting ties with one of the world's premier museums, the Louvre, over disputed artifacts.

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3 UK Men Accused of Providing Aid to Aircraft Plot

Posted: 10/06/2009 - A British prosecutor accused three men Tuesday of conspiring with the mastermind of a plot to kill thousands of airline passengers by blowing up their trans-Atlantic flights using liquid explosives.

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Study: 2 Million Babies and Mothers Die at Birth

Posted: 10/06/2009 - More than 2 million babies and mothers die worldwide each year from childbirth complications, outnumbering child deaths from malaria and HIV/AIDS, according to a study.

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Egyptian Lawmakers Want to Ban Fake Hymen

Posted: 10/05/2009 - Conservative Egyptian lawmakers have called for a ban on imports of a Chinese-made kit meant to help women fake their virginity and one scholar has even called for the "exile" of anyone who imports or uses it.

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