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Pakistan Plane Crash Kills 152 on Board

Updated: 07/28/2010 - A passenger jet crashed into the hills overlooking Pakistan's capital amid poor weather Wednesday, killing all 152 people on board and blazing a path of devastation strewn with body parts and twisted metal wreckage.

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NATO: 1 Missing Sailor Killed In Afghanistan

Posted: 07/27/2010 - One of two U.S. sailors missing in Afghanistan since last week - a 30-year-old father of two - has been confirmed dead and his body recovered, a NATO spokesman said Tuesday.

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US Reversal On Visa Denied To Colombian Journalist

Posted: 07/27/2010 - The U.S. State Department has reversed its decision to deny a visa to a leading Colombian journalist whose reporting has been highly critical of the country's U.S.-allied president.

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Costa Rica Leader Won't Reverse Mining Concession

Posted: 07/27/2010 - Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla has ruled out the possibility of reversing a decree allowing an open-pit gold mine to resume operations near the border with Nicaragua.

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China Landslide Leaves 21 Missing Amid Floods

Posted: 07/27/2010 - A landslide caused by rains in southern China left 21 people missing Tuesday, adding to a growing death toll from China's worst flood season in a decade, which is expected to worsen with heavy rains forecast across the country.

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Dutch Sailor, 14, Gets OK For Solo World Trip

Updated: 07/27/2010 - A Dutch court cleared the way Tuesday for 14-year-old Laura Dekker to embark on a risky attempt to become the youngest person to sail solo around the world, an adventure that could begin in the next two weeks.

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Koreas Mark Truce, But Drills Underscore Tensions

Updated: 07/27/2010 - On the 57th anniversary of the armistice that ended the Korean War, U.S. and South Korean ships intensified high-profile military exercises Tuesday that underscore rising tensions in a region yet to truly find peace.

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2 Egyptian Policemen Go on Trial for Brutality

Updated: 07/27/2010 - The victim's lawyers in a trial of two Egyptian policemen involved in the death of a young man demanded Tuesday that the defendants face torture charges in a case that has focused national attention on police brutality in Egypt.

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Painting At Center Of Caravaggio Mystery Unveiled

Updated: 07/27/2010 - Art officials on Tuesday unveiled the painting at the center of the latest Caravaggio mystery, after the Vatican newspaper first suggested and then denied that the canvas was the work of the Italian master.

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Iraq's Parliament Fails To Convene As Scheduled

Updated: 07/27/2010 - A lawmaker from Iraq's largest Shiite bloc says a parliament session expected Tuesday will not be held as discussions faltered again over the formation of a new government.

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New Titanic Expedition Will Create 3D Map Of Wreck

Updated: 07/27/2010 - A new expedition to the Titanic shipwreck is scheduled to begin next month. Organizers say the 20-day trip will be the most scientifically advanced mission yet to the site where the luxurious ocean liner came to rest in 1912.

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NATO: 1 Missing Sailor Killed In Afghanistan

Updated: 07/27/2010 - A NATO official says that one of two sailors missing in Afghanistan since last week has been confirmed dead. The official says the body of the dead sailor has been recovered and family members informed.

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Nicaragua Detains 2 Foreigners In Panama Case

Updated: 07/27/2010 - The Nicaraguan army says the couple were arrested at the border with Costa Rica after ignoring warnings from soldiers to stop. The two were traveling by boat on a river that separates the two countries.

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Mexican Police Investigate Possible New Drug Gang

Posted: 07/26/2010 - Mexican authorities are investigating the possible emergence of a new drug gang that appeared to take credit for six killings through a message left with the bodies Monday, officials said.

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Khmer Rouge Jailer Faces 19 Years For 16,000 Dead

Posted: 07/26/2010 - A war crimes tribunal sentenced the Khmer Rouge's chief jailer on Monday to a prison term that will see him serve less than half a day for every person killed at the notorious torture center he commanded.

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St. Lucia: Volcanic Island Seeks Geothermal Power

Posted: 07/26/2010 - The volcanic island of St. Lucia plans to tap geothermal power trapped beneath sulfur springs and roiling mud pools in a rare attempt at developing alternative energy sources in the Caribbean.

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Fidel Absent, Raul Silent At Cuba's Revolution Day

Posted: 07/26/2010 - A B-team of socialist speakers spent Cuba's Revolution Day bashing the United States for everything from its drug consumption to the war in Iraq to its military support for Colombia, portraying Washington as the great villain in world affairs.

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Nicaragua Prosecutors Drop Ortega Massacre Case

Posted: 07/26/2010 - Nicaragua's attorney general has dropped a complaint against President Daniel Ortega and other former Sandinista officials in the killings of at least 64 Miskito Indians by Nicaraguan troops in the early 1980s.

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Twin Car Bombs Kill 25 in Iraqi City of Karbala

Updated: 07/26/2010 - Two car bombs targeting Shiite pilgrims during a religious festival in the holy city of Karbala killed 25 people on Monday, Iraqi police and hospital officials said. Sunni extremists are suspected.

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Big Bang Investigators Want New Atom Smasher

Updated: 07/26/2010 - Scientists behind the European particle collider aimed at uncovering the secrets of the universe pushed Monday to build an even bigger machine - with money and partners from around the world.

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