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Princess Wins Suit Against German Publisher

Posted: 07/31/2009 - A Hamburg court has ordered a German publisher to pay Sweden's Princess Madeleine euro400,000 ($560,000) in damages for fabricating stories about her, the parties involved said Friday.

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ESPN Allows NY Post Sports Writers Back on the Air

Posted: 07/31/2009 - ESPN has reconsidered its decision to ban New York Post sports writers from its airwaves after the newspaper printed images from a videotape showing ESPN reporter Erin Andrews nude in a hotel room.

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Jury Awards $675K in Boston Music Downloading Case

Posted: 07/31/2009 - A federal jury on Friday ordered a Boston University graduate student who admitted illegally downloading and sharing music online to pay $675,000 to four record labels.

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Academy's 'Keeper of the Oscars' Dead at 48

Posted: 07/31/2009 - Steven Miessner, the motion picture academy's devoted "Keeper of the Oscars" who each year donned his signature white gloves to get the golden statuettes ready for their closeup before a worldwide audience, is dead at age 48.

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Kenyan PM: Government to Evict People from Forest

Posted: 07/31/2009 - The Kenyan government will evict thousands of people from the country's largest forest to protect the watershed for Lake Victoria, a source of the Nile, the prime minister said Friday.

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RU-486 Abortion Drug to be Allowed in Italy

Posted: 07/31/2009 - Italy has approved the use of the abortion drug RU-486, capping years of debate and defying opposition from the Vatican, which warned of immediate excommunication for doctors prescribing the pill and for women who use it.

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Portugal's High Court Keeps Gay Marriage Ban

Posted: 07/31/2009 - Portugal's Constitutional Court on Friday upheld the country's ban on gay marriage, rejecting a challenge by two lesbians who are seeking to wed.

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Argentina Experts See No Swine Flu Mutation - Yet

Posted: 07/31/2009 - Argentina has the most swine flu deaths outside the United States, but the virus is still killing fewer people than normal seasonal flu - good news for a world waiting to see how it evolves in the southern winter.

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Cuba Enters Crisis Mode as Economy Worsens

Posted: 07/31/2009 - Cuba clicked into crisis mode Friday, postponing a key Communist Party congress aimed at charting a post-Castro future and announcing that its woeful economy is even worse than expected.

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Nigeria Police Claim Victory Over Radical Sect

Posted: 07/31/2009 - Five days of fighting between government forces and a radical Islamist sect left dirt roads soaked with blood, buildings scorched and dozens dead, including the group's leader, but revenge attacks were feared even as the national police claimed victory.

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Fatah, West's Hope for Peace, Faces Critical Test

Posted: 07/31/2009 - Fatah, the divided and demoralized movement of the late Yasser Arafat and the West's best hope for delivering a Mideast peace deal, is trying to stage a comeback.

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Indian Rights Activists Blast Baby-Dropping Ritual

Posted: 07/31/2009 - Rights activists lashed out at local officials who allowed hundreds of infants to be dropped from the roof of a mosque in western India in the belief that the fall - which ends when the babies are caught in a bedsheet - would ensure good health and prosperity for their families.

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