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Disgraced Cloning Expert Convicted in South Korea

Posted: 10/26/2009 - A South Korean stem cell scientist once hailed as a hero for bringing hope to people with incurable diseases and creating the world's first cloned dog was convicted Monday on criminal charges related to faked research, but avoided jail.

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France: Manslaughter Inquiry Dropped

Posted: 10/26/2009 - A French magistrate has dropped a manslaughter investigation into a crash involving a motorbike and a police car that killed two teenagers and sparked riots in 2007, a lawyer for the boys' families said Monday.

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Man Tells German Court of Egyptian Wife's Killing

Posted: 10/26/2009 - The husband of a pregnant Egyptian woman knifed to death in a German courtroom testified Monday that the alleged attacker continued stabbing his wife even after she was on the ground.

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5 Killed in Belarus Plane Crash

Posted: 10/26/2009 - Emergency officials in Belarus say at least five people have been killed in the crash of a Russian business jet near Minsk, the capital.

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Gadhafi Says Sorry for UK Policewoman's Death

Posted: 10/26/2009 - Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi has said he is sorry about the death of a British policewoman shot outside Tripoli's embassy in London 25 years ago, but does not know the identity of her killer.

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Amnesty: Israel Withholds Water from Palestinians

Posted: 10/26/2009 - Amnesty International is accusing Israel of pumping disproportionate amounts of drinking water from an aquifer it controls in the West Bank, depriving local Palestinians of their fair share.

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Testimony Ends in Murder Trial on BVI Scuba Death

Posted: 10/26/2009 - A Rhode Island man accused of killing his wife during a 1999 scuba diving trip may have depleted her inheritance and courted another woman, but the drowning was a tragic accident, his defense lawyer said in closing arguments.

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22 Malaysia Children Feared Drowned in River

Posted: 10/26/2009 - Twenty-two Malaysian schoolchildren were feared drowned after they plunged into a river while crossing a bridge that collapsed during their camping trip, officials said Tuesday.

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Iceland Says Goodbye to the Big Mac

Posted: 10/26/2009 - The Big Mac, long a symbol of globalization, has become the latest victim of this tiny island nation's overexposure to the world financial crisis.

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14 Americans Killed in 2 Afghan Helicopter Crashes

Updated: 10/26/2009 - Helicopter crashes killed 14 Americans on Monday - 11 troops and three drug agents - in the deadliest day for the U.S. mission in Afghanistan in more than four years. The deaths came as President Barack Obama prepared to meet his national security team for a sixth full-scale conference on the future of the troubled war.

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Castro's Sister Says She Collaborated with CIA

Posted: 10/26/2009 - Fidel Castro's younger sister says she began collaborating with the CIA shortly after the United States' failed Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba in 1961.

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Israeli Police Storm Jerusalem's Holiest Site

Posted: 10/25/2009 - Israeli forces stormed Jerusalem's holiest shrine Sunday, firing stun grenades to disperse hundreds of stone-throwing Palestinian protesters in a fresh eruption of violence at the most volatile spot in the Holy Land.

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Twin Suicide Car Bombs in Baghdad Kill 136

Posted: 10/25/2009 - Two powerful suicide car bombs blew up outside the Justice Ministry and city government offices in downtown Baghdad Sunday, killing at least 136 people in the deadliest attack in more than two years. Iraqi leaders said the attacks aimed to disrupt political progress in the months leading up to January's crucial elections.

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Obama: Iraq Attacks Attempt to Derail Progress

Posted: 10/25/2009 - President Barack Obama says the worst attack in Iraq in more than two years shows "the hateful and destructive agenda" of those who want to slow progress in the country.

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Saudi Female Journalist Gets Lashes for Sex Show

Posted: 10/24/2009 - A Saudi court on Saturday sentenced a female journalist to 60 lashes after she had been charged with involvement in a TV show in which a Saudi man publicly talked about sex.

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Police: 2 Trains Collide in Egypt, Killing 14

Posted: 10/24/2009 - A passenger train collided with a second one ahead of it on the tracks just outside of Cairo on Saturday, destroying several passenger cars and killing at least 14 people, said a police official.

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Official: Hijacking Thwarted on Flight to Cairo

Posted: 10/21/2009 - A security official for Egypt Air says security guards thwarted an attempted hijacking by overpowering a man who threatened crew with a knife on a flight from Istanbul to Cairo.

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Polanski Lawyers Clash Over His Surrendering to US

Posted: 10/21/2009 - Lawyers for Roman Polanski clashed Wednesday over his legal strategy, with one saying the director won't surrender to U.S. authorities after 31 years on the run and another suggesting that Polanski was ready to consider the move.

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EU OKs Tougher Penalties for Illegal Fishing

Posted: 10/20/2009 - The European Union agreed Tuesday on tougher penalties to counter illegal fishing, considered a major cause of the depletion of fish stocks in European waters, particularly of prized cod and bluefin tuna.

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Arab League Chief Eyes Egyptian Presidency

Posted: 10/20/2009 - The head of the Arab League indicated in an interview published Tuesday that he may consider running for Egypt's presidency in elections scheduled for 2011.

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Medvedev Visits Serbia Bearing $1.5 Billion Loan

Posted: 10/20/2009 - Russian President Dmitry Medvedev sought to expand Moscow's political and economic influence in the Balkans on Tuesday by bringing a euro1 billion ($1.5 billion) loan to recession-hit Serbia and offering Belgrade a "strategic partnership" in the distribution of Russian gas to Europe.

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Mandela Foundation Denies Claim he Wrote Foreword

Posted: 10/20/2009 - A new self-serving book by a central African president lists Nelson Mandela as the writer of the glowing foreword, but South Africa's iconic leader says he never wrote those words or even read the tome, and his foundation vowed to take action.

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