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Analysis: France-Germany Ties Fade

Posted: 11/10/2009 - Throughout the Cold War, Germany was the steadfast trans-Atlantic ally - and France the perpetual skeptic. Paris snubbed NATO, booted allied soldiers off its soil and sought a privileged relationship with Moscow.

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UA Pilot Charged with Being Over Alcohol Limit

Posted: 11/10/2009 - A United Airlines pilot who was pulled from his trans-Atlantic flight to Chicago shortly before takeoff has been charged with having too much alcohol in his system, British police said Tuesday.

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Philippines' Mayon Volcano Spews Ash, Could Erupt

Posted: 11/10/2009 - Scientists say the cone-shaped Mayon volcano in the central Philippines has shot an ash plume into the air and are advising nearby residents to be ready to move in case of eruption.

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Brazil's 2 Largest Cities Hit by Massive Blackouts

Posted: 11/10/2009 - A massive power failure swept over Brazil's two largest cities Tuesday night along with other parts of Latin America's largest nation, leaving millions of people in the dark.

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Brazil's 2 Largest Cities Hit by Blackouts

Posted: 11/10/2009 - Brazil's two largest cities have been hit by a massive blackout that has also affected other parts of Latin America's largest nation.

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Navies of 2 Koreas Exchange Fire Near Border

Posted: 11/10/2009 - A badly damaged North Korean patrol ship retreated in flames Tuesday after a skirmish with a South Korean naval vessel along their disputed western coast, South Korean officials said.

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Salvadoran Town Hit by Landslide Buries Dead

Posted: 11/09/2009 - Tears streamed down Elsy Portillo's badly bruised face Monday as she walked behind coffins carrying her mother and only child in this town buried by a landslide, one in a series that killed at least 130 people in El Salvador.

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UK Starts Study on Using Human DNA in Animals

Posted: 11/09/2009 - British scientists begin a new study on Tuesday to consider how human DNA is used in animal experiments and to determine what the boundaries of such controversial science might be.

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UK Starts Study on Using Human DNA in Animals

Posted: 11/09/2009 - British scientists begin a new study on Tuesday to consider how human DNA is used in animal experiments and to determine what the boundaries of such controversial science might be.

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Top Editor Leaves China's Boldest News Magazine

Posted: 11/09/2009 - The editor-in-chief of a hard-driving Chinese magazine that tackled tough subjects such as corruption, pollution and worker's rights resigned Monday, casting doubt over prospects for greater media independence.

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With 124 Dead, Rescuers Seek Salvador Survivors

Updated: 11/09/2009 - Soldiers and townspeople dug through rock and debris Monday in hopes of finding dozens of people missing in a mudslide that swept down on a town, part of a wave of floods and landslides that killed at least 124 people in El Salvador.

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Air France Crash Memorial in Rio amid Criticism

Posted: 11/07/2009 - Scores of relatives of the 228 people killed in the June 1 Air France jet crash dedicated a memorial in an upscale beach neighborhood Saturday amid strong criticism that the airline has failed to provide them with the answers or compensation they were promised.

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Feds Seize 15 Pounds of Crystal Meth on OC Freeway

Posted: 11/07/2009 - Authorities say U.S. Border Patrol agents have seized more than $300,000 worth of crystal methamphetamine in southern Orange County and a Mexican national is under arrest on suspicion of smuggling.

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Germany: Civilians Likely Killed in Afghan Strike

Posted: 11/06/2009 - Germany's defense minister said Friday he believes civilians were killed in an airstrike in Afghanistan, but insisted that the German-requested attack was necessary from a military standpoint.

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Parents Plan Web Broadcast for Disabled Daughter

Posted: 11/06/2009 - Disabled with severe cerebral palsy, 32-year-old Anne Lamic spends her days in southeastern France mostly in bed, surrounded by stuffed animals and dolls. She cannot speak or walk, and she sometimes has seizures.

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Cuba Cuts Back on Rationed Products

Posted: 11/06/2009 - Cuba has cut two staple foods from the monthly ration books that most islanders depend on, edging closer to a risky full elimination of the decades-old subsidies.

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Monaco Palace: Prince Suing Alleged Spymaster

Posted: 11/06/2009 - Monaco's Prince Albert II is filing a lawsuit in the U.S. against an American who claims he once worked as the prince's personal spymaster and is owed back pay, the prince's French lawyer said Friday.

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Cuban Blogger Says She is Briefly Detained

Posted: 11/06/2009 - A Cuban blogger who has gained international attention for her searing commentary about life on the communist island said she was briefly detained Friday and warned by state security agents about her opposition activity.

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Tens of Thousands of Homes Flooded in Mexico

Posted: 11/06/2009 - A week of torrential rain has flooded the homes of more than 200,000 people along Mexico's Gulf coast, officials said Friday. Residents in some towns complained that no help had arrived.

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Guard Arrested for Torture in Tijuana Prison Riots

Posted: 11/06/2009 - Mexican police caught a prison official who spent a year on the run from charges of killing a 19-year-old inmate, whose beating death sparked riots that left nearly two dozen dead, including two American prisoners.

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