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CIA Bomber Coerced to Work for Jordan Spy Agency

Posted: 01/05/2010 - The suspected Jordanian double agent who killed seven CIA officers in Afghanistan was thrown into jail by Jordanian intelligence to coerce him to track down al-Qaida's No. 2 leader, Mideast counterterrorism officials said Tuesday.

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Full-Body Scanners to be put in Canadian Airports

Posted: 01/05/2010 - Full-body scanners will be introduced in Canada in the wake of the failed Christmas Day bombing attempt of a U.S. airliner, Canada's transport minister said Tuesday.

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Cuba Protests US Screening of Airline Passengers

Posted: 01/05/2010 - Cuba summoned the top U.S. diplomat on the island Tuesday to protest extra screening for Cuban citizens flying into the United States, calling the measure a "hostile action" meant to justify America's trade embargo.

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No Tall Tale: Dubai to Open World's Highest Tower

Posted: 01/03/2010 - Dubai is set to open the world's tallest building amid tight security on Monday, celebrating the tower as a bold feat on the world stage despite the city state's shaky financial footing.

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Mexico Takes Down 2nd Reputed Drug Lord in 2 Weeks

Updated: 01/03/2010 - Just two weeks after a chilling reprisal attack for a military raid that killed a reputed drug boss, police have captured one of his brothers, sending a strong message that Mexico will not back down in the drug war.

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Spain: Policeman Who Stole Credit Card Loses Appeal

Posted: 12/31/2009 - Spain's Supreme Court has upheld the dismissal of a highway patrolman who confessed to stealing a dead man's credit card and using it to buy gasoline, go shopping and eat at restaurants.

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Teenager Arrested in West Bank Mosque Blaze

Posted: 12/31/2009 - Israeli police on Thursday briefly detained a teenager from a West Bank settlement in connection with the torching of a West Bank mosque earlier this month.

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Degas Drawing Stolen from Marseille Museum

Posted: 12/31/2009 - A drawing by Impressionist Edgar Degas worth euro800,000 ($1.15 million) has been stolen from an exhibit in southeast France, officials said Thursday.

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Gunman Kills 5, Then Self, in Finland

Posted: 12/31/2009 - A lone gunman dressed in black killed five people, including four in a crowded shopping mall, before returning home and taking his own life on Thursday. It was the third such massacre in Finland in about two years, and once again raised questions about gun control in a Nordic country where hunting is popular.

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China Explosives Maker Sentenced to Die

Posted: 12/31/2009 - A Chinese explosives maker has been sentenced to death for supplying an illegal iron mine camouflaged as a wild boar farm with material that ignited in the tunnels, killing 26 miners, state media said.

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AP Sources: Suicide Bomber Invited on Base

Posted: 12/31/2009 - The Associated Press has learned that the suicide bomber who killed seven CIA employees at a remote outpost in southeastern Afghanistan had been invited onto the base and was not searched.

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CIA Director: 7 CIA Workers Killed in Afghanistan

Posted: 12/31/2009 - The Taliban claimed responsibility Thursday for infiltrating a CIA post with a suicide bomber who set off an explosion that killed seven American intelligence staffers and wounded six others in an attack believed one of the worst in the agency's history.

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Russia May Send Spacecraft to Knock Away Asteroid

Posted: 12/30/2009 - Russia's space agency chief said Wednesday a spacecraft may be dispatched to knock a large asteroid off course and reduce the chances of earth impact, even though U.S. scientists say such a scenario is unlikely.

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Murder Victims Found Hanging from Mexico Overpass

Posted: 12/30/2009 - The bound, beaten bodies of 2 men were found hanging by their necks from a highway overpass in northern Mexico on Wednesday, along with a handwritten message from a drug cartel.

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Dutch to Use Full Body Scanners for US Flights

Posted: 12/30/2009 - The Netherlands announced Wednesday it will immediately begin using full body scanners for flights heading to the United States, saying that could have stopped the attempted Christmas Day airline bombing.

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