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15 Colombian Soldiers Convicted of Homicide

Posted: 08/02/2009 - A court has sentenced 15 Colombian soldiers to as much as 30 years in prison for the slaying of two brothers falsely identified as guerrillas, the Attorney General's Office announced Sunday.

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At Least 700 Died in Nigeria Violence

Posted: 08/02/2009 - Government forces hunted on Sunday for surviving members of a radical Islamist sect after heavy fighting left at least 700 people dead and buildings and cars scorched.

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Cameron: Strong Case for More Troops to Afghan

Posted: 08/02/2009 - There is a very strong case for sending more U.K. soldiers to Afghanistan, British opposition leader David Cameron said in an interview broadcast Sunday.

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Peruvian Rebels Suspected in Attack that Kills 5

Posted: 08/02/2009 - Peruvian authorities say attackers believed to be Shining Path rebels killed three police officers and two women in an assault on a remote police post in a coca-growing region.

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Manager Denies Russell Crowe British Pub Ban

Posted: 08/02/2009 - Russell Crowe's manager on Monday denied a newspaper report that the Oscar-winning Australian actor had been banned from a British pub near the set of his new film "Robin Hood."

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Aquino Mourned at Wake by Thousands of Filipinos

Posted: 08/02/2009 - Weeping mourners have been paying their respects at the wake of former President Corazon Aquino, with some pledging to carry on her legacy by protecting the democracy she helped install 23 years ago.

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China Says Another 319 Detained Over Xinjiang Riot

Posted: 08/02/2009 - Police in western China have detained another 319 people suspected of being involved in deadly ethnic unrest between Muslim minority Uighurs and the dominant Han Chinese community last month, a state news agency said.

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Nigerian Official Says 700 Died in Recent Violence

Posted: 08/01/2009 - A Nigerian military official says about 700 people were killed in the northern city of Maiduguri during recent fighting between police and a radical Islamist sect.

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Princess Wins Suit Against German Publisher

Posted: 07/31/2009 - A Hamburg court has ordered a German publisher to pay Sweden's Princess Madeleine euro400,000 ($560,000) in damages for fabricating stories about her, the parties involved said Friday.

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ESPN Allows NY Post Sports Writers Back on the Air

Posted: 07/31/2009 - ESPN has reconsidered its decision to ban New York Post sports writers from its airwaves after the newspaper printed images from a videotape showing ESPN reporter Erin Andrews nude in a hotel room.

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