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8 US Troops Killed in Fierce Afghan Fighting

Posted: 10/04/2009 - Hundreds of insurgents armed with automatic rifles and rocket-propelled grenades stormed a pair of remote outposts near the Pakistan border, killing eight U.S. soldiers and capturing more than 20 Afghan security troops in the deadliest assault against U.S. forces in more than a year, military officials said Sunday.

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Quake Landslides Wipe out 4 Villages in Indonesia

Posted: 10/03/2009 - At least four Indonesian villages were obliterated by earthquake-triggered landslides that buried as many as 644 people including a wedding party under mountains of mud and debris, officials said Saturday.

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Indonesia Quake Kills 75, Thousands Trapped

Updated: 09/30/2009 - A powerful earthquake rocked western Indonesia Wednesday, trapping thousands under collapsed buildings - including two hospitals - and triggering landslides. At least 75 people were killed on Sumatra island and the death toll was expected to climb sharply.

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Indian Experts Exhume Kashmir Rape Victims' Bodies

Posted: 09/28/2009 - Government investigators were exhuming the bodies Monday of two women whose unsolved rape and murder sparked weeks of enraged protests in Indian-run Kashmir and exposed the deep tensions plaguing this turbulent region.

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Guinea Soldiers Shoot Dead at least 10 Protesters

Posted: 09/28/2009 - Soldiers fired into a crowded stadium where demonstrators had gathered to protest against the West African nation's coup leader Monday, killing at least 10 people, an Associated Press reporter said.

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Czech Trip was Low-Key, but Pope is 'Very Happy'

Posted: 09/28/2009 - Pope Benedict XVI wrapped up a low-key pilgrimage to the fiercely secular Czech Republic on Monday, reaching out to nonbelievers and calling on an increasingly diverse Europe to embrace Christian teachings.

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Crash Scene Overwhelmed by Bees in Turkey

Posted: 09/28/2009 - A van carrying beehives crashed into a truck on Monday, and huge swarms of bees broke free and stung the injured and rescue workers at the scene.

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140 Die in Philippine Storm, Toll Expected to Rise

Posted: 09/28/2009 - Rescuers pulled more bodies from swollen rivers Monday as residents started to dig out their homes from under carpets of mud after flooding left 140 people dead in the Philippine capital and surrounding towns.

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Cuba Admits Failure to Pay Farmers on Time

Posted: 09/28/2009 - Cuba on Monday acknowledged a failure to pay cash-strapped farmers on time and said some local officials lied to cover up the problem - a blunt admission from the communist government that crucial agriculture reforms lauded by President Raul Castro have so far fallen short.

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Gadhafi Goes Window Shopping in Venezuela Resort

Posted: 09/28/2009 - Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi took a break from railing against colonialism at a summit in Venezuela to go window shopping, buy jewelry and mingle with stunned tourists at a Caribbean resort.

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Fujimori Pleads Guilty in Peru Corruption Trial

Posted: 09/28/2009 - Former President Alberto Fujimori, who already faces the prospect of spending the rest of his life in prison, pleaded guilty on Monday to authorizing illegal wiretaps and bribes of politicians, journalists and businessmen.

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Lawyer: Polanski Will Fight Extradition to the US

Posted: 09/28/2009 - Imprisoned director Roman Polanski is in a "fighting mood" and will battle U.S. attempts to have him extradited from Switzerland to California to face justice for having sex with a 13-year-old girl in 1977, his lawyer said Monday.

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US, Colombian, Mexican Officials Seize $41 Million

Posted: 09/28/2009 - U.S. and Colombian authorities seized $41 million in suspected drug money over the past two weeks - one of the largest seizures in the history of the countries' joint efforts, law enforcement officials said Monday.

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Early McCartney Musings Discovered in Liverpool

Posted: 09/27/2009 - He famously wrote that he wanted to be a paperback writer. A recently discovered essay, penned in 1953 for a local competition, shows Paul McCartney got started early

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US, Allies Will Demand 'Unfettered Access'

Updated: 09/26/2009 - A senior Obama administration official says the U.S. and its five allies trying to stop Iran's suspected nuclear weapons program plan to tell Iran on Thursday that it must provide within a matter of weeks unfettered access to Iran's previously secret enrichment facility.

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European Agency Gives Warning on Airbus Instrument

Posted: 09/23/2009 - The European Aviation Safety Agency has issued a safety warning for air speed sensors that are made by Goodrich Corp. and fitted on many Airbus jets - just two weeks after advising airlines to use them instead of instruments made by Thales SA.

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