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US Warns Iran is Nearing Nuclear Capabilities

Posted: 09/09/2009 - The United States warned Wednesday that Iran is close to having the capabilities to produce a nuclear weapon and urged Tehran to join in fresh talks with key allies about its disputed intentions.

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Claim Sarkozy Used Short People as Props Hits Web

Posted: 09/08/2009 - From elevator shoes to step-up boxes behind podiums, and even his own tippy-toes, Nicolas Sarkozy and his handlers have tried to compensate for his height - or lack thereof.

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Russians Mark Decade Since Moscow Apartment Blasts

Posted: 09/08/2009 - Hundreds of Russians, clutching carnations for the dead, marked 10 years on Tuesday since a string of bombing attacks destroyed several suburban apartment blocks and killed nearly 300 people across the country.

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Costa Rica Team Resumes Missing US Hiker's Search

Posted: 09/08/2009 - The Red Cross says a search team in Costa Rica has resumed the hunt for a missing U.S. hiker after police spotted what may be a body floating in a crater lagoon.

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Man on Disabled Watercraft Rescued in USVI

Posted: 09/08/2009 - A U.S. Virgin Islands resident drifted in the Atlantic overnight on his disabled watercraft before being rescued by Coast Guard searchers some 10 miles (16 kilometers) northwest of St. Thomas.

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US Tourists in Antigua Blame Police for Brawl

Posted: 09/08/2009 - A group of New York tourists said Tuesday that a brawl they blame on plainclothes police officers in Antigua has turned their Caribbean holiday into a nightmare.

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Canadian Diplomat Says He was Betrayed

Posted: 09/08/2009 - A former United Nations special envoy to Niger who was kidnapped and later freed says he believes someone in the government of Niger or possibly with the United Nations betrayed him to al-Qaida.

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Tornado, Mudslides Kill 15 in Argentina, Brazil

Posted: 09/08/2009 - A violent storm that spawned a tornado and mudslides killed at least 15 people across northern Argentina and southern Brazil, authorities said Tuesday. Dozens were injured in the winds and hail as their homes were destroyed.

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Group Fears Port Works Will Sink Venice

Posted: 09/07/2009 - Italian authorities plan to expand Venice's port into a bustling shipping hub, further endangering the fragile lagoon and contributing to the sinking of the treasured city built on water, a conservation group said Monday.

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Rain Floods Mexico City Homes, Subway

Posted: 09/07/2009 - Heavy rains have flooded hundreds of homes in the Mexico City metropolitan area and turned streets into rivers that dragged cars in their currents.

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Power Problems Mean Iraq Suffers Hot Summer, Again

Posted: 09/07/2009 - There's a running joke in Baghdad this summer - whenever the electricity minister promises to generate more power, it's time to buy more diesel for your private generator.

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6 American Tourists Charged in Antigua Scuffle

Posted: 09/07/2009 - Six American tourists in Antigua were charged with assault and malicious damage after refusing to pay a cab fare they thought was excessive and later scuffling with police officers.

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No Chaos Emerges as Samoa Changes Driving Side

Posted: 09/07/2009 - Car horns and sirens sounded, church bells rang out and roads were crowded with vehicles and smiling drivers Monday as Samoa marked its official switch to left-side driving.

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1 Killed in Haiti Mudslide After Few Hours of Rain

Posted: 09/07/2009 - A mudslide set off by several hours of heavy rain swept into at least 32 houses and shacks made of tin, concrete and dirt walls early Monday, killing at least one person in this Haitian beach town.

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Point Man in Mexico's War on Drug Cartels Resigns

Posted: 09/07/2009 - Mexico's point man in the drug war resigned Monday in a Cabinet shakeup that raised questions on whether the government's strategy to crack down on brutal gangs will change course.

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Chavez Walks Venice Red Carpet with Oliver Stone

Posted: 09/07/2009 - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez received a movie star welcome at the Venice Film Festival, where he walked the red carpet with director Oliver Stone for the premiere of the documentary "South of the Border."

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Rain Floods Mexico City Homes, Subway

Posted: 09/07/2009 - Heavy rains have flooded hundreds of homes in the Mexico City metropolitan area and turned streets into rivers that dragged cars in their currents.

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