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Terror Suspect Purportedly Claims Jakarta Blasts

Posted: 07/29/2009 - Police were investigating the origin of an Internet message claiming responsibility for twin hotel bombings in Indonesia's capital nearly two weeks ago. The group calling itself al-Qaida Indonesia said the attacks targeted the American business community.

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IMF to Boost Funds for Poor Countries

Posted: 07/29/2009 - The International Monetary Fund says it will sharply increase funds it provides to low income countries to help them deal with the global financial crisis.

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Ruling Parties Win Majority in Kurdish Elections

Posted: 07/29/2009 - Iraq's election commission says regional President Massoud Barzani and the two ruling parties won majorities in Kurdish elections, but the opposition had a strong showing.

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President of Military-Led Fiji Plans to Step Down

Posted: 07/28/2009 - Military-led Fiji announced Tuesday that its aged and ailing president will step down later this week and be replaced by a former army commander, a move observers say will consolidate the military's rule in this South Pacific nation.

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Flight 'iIcident' Puts Speed Sensors in Spotlight

Posted: 07/28/2009 - The pilot of an Air France plane flying from Rome to Paris this month spent a minute without information on the speed of the aircraft, which was equipped with new generation speed sensors installed after the June crash of another flight, the newspaper Le Figaro reported in an article for its Thursday edition.

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Nigerian Troops Surround Militant Hideout

Posted: 07/28/2009 - Army troops traded fire with Islamic militants Tuesday and deployed armored vehicles to surround the suspected hideout of a radical Muslim leader accused of orchestrating three days of violence in Africa's most populous nation.

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Suspected Car Bomb in Spanish City

Posted: 07/28/2009 - The Interior Ministry says a suspected car bomb has exploded near a Civil Guard barracks in the northern city of Burgos.

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Dozens Missing after Haitian Boat Sinks; 15 Dead

Posted: 07/28/2009 - The handmade wooden sailboat, weighed down with about 200 Haitians fleeing poverty, tried to maneuver through the treacherous coral reefs when it was struck by heavy swells. It had no chance.

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Mexico to Issue Citizens National Identity Card

Posted: 07/28/2009 - President Felipe Calderon says Mexico will start issuing nationwide identity cards for its citizens starting this year, and by 2012 everyone will have one.

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Chavez 'Freezes' Diplomatic Ties with Colombia

Posted: 07/28/2009 - President Hugo Chavez recalled his ambassador from Bogota on Tuesday and threatened to halt Colombian imports after the neighboring country said anti-tank weapons found in a rebel arms cache came from Venezuela.

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Train Derails in Southern China, Killing 4

Posted: 07/28/2009 - A landslide caused a train to derail in southern China on Wednesday, killing at least four people and injuring 50, state media said.

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Ala. Student Vanishes During Trip to Thailand

Posted: 07/28/2009 - An Auburn University veterinary student has vanished during a sightseeing trip to Thailand, and officials from the Alabama school are in Tokyo trying to find him.

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Geithner Says US and China Seeking Stability

Posted: 07/28/2009 - Treasury Secretary Timonthy Geithner (GUYT'-nur) says the United States and China are committed to building a more stable and balanced global economy.

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UK's Military Calls Afghan Operation a Success

Posted: 07/27/2009 - British Prime Minister Gordon Brown declared Monday that a mission to oust Taliban fighters from an Afghan stronghold has been a major success, despite a mounting death toll and public skepticism over the merits of the campaign.

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Nigeria Police: 55 Dead in Islamist Attacks

Posted: 07/27/2009 - Islamist militants seeking to impose a Taliban-style regime in northern Nigeria launched attacks Monday on police in three towns, expanding a two-day campaign of violence that has killed at least 55 people, police and witnesses said.

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Anglican Church May Have 'Two Track' Structure

Posted: 07/27/2009 - The worldwide Anglican Communion may have to accept a "two track" system in which churches can hold different opinions about gay clergy and same-sex unions, the Archbishop of Canterbury said Monday in a bid to keep the church unified.

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Philippine President Vows Not to Seek Fresh Term

Posted: 07/27/2009 - Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, faced with the prospect of civil unrest unless she steps down at the end of her term, has vowed not to try to extend her time in office.

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Charles Taylor Denies Cannibalism Accusations

Posted: 07/27/2009 - Former Liberian President Charles Taylor said Monday he was sickened by allegations at his war crimes trial that he ate human flesh, calling testimony by a former aide the lies of an illiterate man.

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Rocket Launchers Sold to Venezuela Went to FARC

Posted: 07/27/2009 - Swedish-made anti-tank rocket launchers sold to Venezuela years ago were obtained by Colombia's main rebel group, and Sweden said Monday it was demanding an explanation.

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Nigeria Police: 55 Dead in Islamist Attacks

Updated: 07/27/2009 - Islamist militants opposed to Western-style education in Nigeria have expanded attacks on police to three northern towns. Police say a wave of violence has killed at least 55 people.

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Sarkozy Hospitalized After Collapsing During Jog

Updated: 07/27/2009 - French President Nicolas Sarkozy collapsed while jogging Sunday on the lush grounds of the Chateau of Versailles and will stay at a hospital overnight even though tests so far have found nothing wrong, his office said.

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