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China Dismisses Local Leaders After Angry Protest

Posted: 07/25/2009 - The Communist Party boss of a Chinese city and head of law enforcement were dismissed Saturday for mishandling violent protests last month after a young man's mysterious death, a state news agency said.

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Pakistan Court Delays Mumbai Attack Case for Month

Posted: 07/25/2009 - A Pakistani court hearing the case against five men allegedly involved in the Mumbai attacks adjourned for more than a month on Saturday without reading out the charges, a defense lawyer said.

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Last UK Veteran of WWI Trench Battles Dies at 111

Posted: 07/25/2009 - Harry Patch, Britain's last survivor of the trenches of World War I, was a reluctant soldier who became a powerful eyewitness to the horror of war, and a symbol of a lost generation.

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Morocco Challenges Mideast Holocaust Mind-Set

Posted: 07/25/2009 - From the western edge of the Muslim world, the King of Morocco has dared to tackle one of the most inflammatory issues in the Middle East conflict - the Holocaust.

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French Pilot Re-Enacts 1st English Channel Flight

Posted: 07/25/2009 - A French pilot on Saturday recreated the first-ever flight across the English Channel in a monoplane like the one that Louis Bleriot flew in 1909, complete with a wooden propeller, bicycle wheels and an engine about as powerful as a lawnmower.

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Zelaya Returns to Honduras Border, to Set Up Camp

Posted: 07/25/2009 - President Manuel Zelaya returned to the Honduran border on Saturday and announced he would set up camp there, despite foreign leaders urging him not to force a confrontation with the government in power since last month's coup.

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Reports: Iran Reactor to Be Switched on This Year

Posted: 07/22/2009 - The reactor at a nuclear power plant that Russia is building in Iran will be switched on this year, Russian news agencies quoted the country's nuclear agency chief as saying Wednesday.

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Police Seize 'La Dolce Vita' Cafe for Mafia Ties

Posted: 07/22/2009 - Italian authorities on Wednesday seized about euro200 million ($284 million) in assets and businesses owned by the 'ndrangheta crime syndicate, including the Cafe de Paris of "La Dolce Vita" movie fame.

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Wildfires Ease in British Columbia

Posted: 07/21/2009 - About 6,000 people who were forced to flee their homes because of wildfires ablaze over southern British Columbia are returning home.

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Rights Group: Companies Fuel Congo Conflict

Posted: 07/21/2009 - International companies are fueling the conflict in eastern Congo by not checking the origins of the minerals they buy, a human rights group said.

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Spanish Minister to Visit Disputed Gibraltar

Posted: 07/21/2009 - Spain's foreign minister made a historic border crossing to the disputed British colony of Gibraltar on Tuesday, the first by a Spanish Cabinet minister since the Rock was ceded almost 300 years ago.

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Mumbai Gunman Describes Indoctrination in Pakistan

Posted: 07/21/2009 - An Indian court that heard a stunning confession from the lone surviving gunman in the Mumbai terror attacks put a gag order on his latest testimony - a message to his handlers in Pakistan and a description of the indoctrination he received before coming to India.

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3 Bodies, 1 Headless, Found in Ditch in Mexico

Posted: 07/21/2009 - Three bodies, one of them headless, were found floating in an irrigation ditch Tuesday in a northern Mexican border city where drug violence has spiked despite the presence of thousands of soldiers.

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Global Health Officials Mull How to Slow Swine Flu

Posted: 07/21/2009 - Some Muslim countries are advising pregnant women not to attend the hajj pilgrimage. China is quarantining any visitor suspected of having a fever, while priests in New Zealand have been banned from placing Communion wafers on worshippers' tongues.

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UN Debate on Genocide Asks: Protect or Intervene?

Posted: 07/21/2009 - Out of genocides past and Africa's tumult a controversial but seldom-used diplomatic tool is emerging: The concept that the world has a "responsibility to protect" civilians against their own brutal governments.

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