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Witness: Weapon and Wound Not Compatible

Posted: 07/06/2009 - A coroner testified Monday in the trial of American Amanda Knox that a knife believed to have been used in the slaying of a British student is "not compatible" with the victim's stab wound, an Italian news report said.

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Myanmar Junta Stage-Manages Visit By UN Chief

Posted: 07/06/2009 - Myanmar's ruling junta wanted Ban Ki-moon to go into a grandiose drug museum through the back door to prevent the U.N. secretary-general from making a rock-star entrance.

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Israeli Foreign Minister: I'm Not Being Sidelined

Posted: 07/06/2009 - Israel's ultranationalist foreign minister said Monday that he voluntarily removed himself from crucial talks with the United States because he lives in a West Bank settlement, denying speculation that he's being sidelined by an image-conscious government troubled by growing friction with the Obama administration.

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Defense in Sept. 11 Case Seeks 'Black Site' Access

Posted: 07/06/2009 - Lawyers for an alleged Sept. 11 plotter held at Guantanamo want to inspect secret CIA overseas prisons, saying in court papers Monday the conditions in the so-called black sites may yield insight into a mental disorder that has raised questions about whether he is competent to stand trial.

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Final Report Released in Snowbird Crash

Posted: 07/06/2009 - A faulty seatbelt and the failure of an Air Force pilot to properly check he was strapped in led to the fatal crash of a Snowbird jet two years ago in Montana.

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China Arrests 1,434 After Deadly Xinjiang Riots

Posted: 07/06/2009 - Police have arrested 1,434 suspects in connection with the worst ethnic violence in decades in China's western Xinjiang region, which killed at least 156 people, state media reported Tuesday.

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Bomb Blast in South Philippines Kills at Least 2

Posted: 07/06/2009 - A crude bomb hidden on a motorcycle on Tuesday exploded in a port city on a southern Philippine island where al-Qaida-linked militants are active, killing at least two people and wounding 24, officials said.

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South Korea Says Suspect North Korean Ship Likely Home

Posted: 07/06/2009 - A North Korean ship tracked by the U.S. Navy because it was suspected of carrying illicit cargo and which reversed course without delivering its load has likely arrived back home, a South Korean official said Tuesday.

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Fresh Protest Breaks Out in Xinjiang

Posted: 07/06/2009 - A fresh protest has broken out in the capital of China's volatile Xinjiang region, with a large group of protesters blocking a main road in a stand-off with security forces.

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7 US Troops Killed Throughout Afghanistan

Posted: 07/06/2009 - Bombs and bullets killed seven American troops on Monday, the deadliest day for U.S. forces in Afghanistan in nearly a year - and a sign that the war being fought in the Taliban heartland of the south and east could now be expanding north.

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US First Lady, Daughters Tour Kremlin

Posted: 07/06/2009 - Russia's first lady Svetlana Medvedev took Michelle Obama and her two daughters on a low-key tour of the Kremlin just hours after they arrived in Moscow on Monday.

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Zelaya's Plane Circles Honduran Runway, Can't Land

Posted: 07/05/2009 - Ousted President Manuel Zelaya was kept from landing at the main Honduras airport Sunday because the runway was blocked by military vehicles and groups of soldiers, some of them clashing with a crowd of thousands outside.

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Floods Trap 300 Teens at School in Southern China

Posted: 07/05/2009 - Floods blocked roads in southern China, leaving some 300 teenagers stranded at a school with limited supplies of food and water, an official said Sunday, after days of heavy rain killed at least 15 people.

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Estonians Sing to Lift Spirits Amid Slump

Posted: 07/05/2009 - More than 20,000 choir singers gathered Sunday to fill the air with positive vibes as Estonians took their minds off a crippling recession in a mass celebration of folk songs.

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Zimbabwe Vows to Pull Troops Out of Diamond Fields

Posted: 07/05/2009 - Zimbabwe has promised to withdraw its soldiers from diamond fields in the east, an official newspaper reported Sunday - a week after a rights group alleged the military was committing killings and abuses in the area.

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Muslim Minority Riots Erupt in China's West

Posted: 07/05/2009 - Protesters from a Muslim ethnic group clashed with police in China's far west Sunday, with activists saying police fired shots in the air and used batons to disperse a crowd that had swelled to nearly 1,000.

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