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Pakistan Orders Army to Go After Taliban Chief

Posted: 06/14/2009 - Pakistan ordered its army to go after the country's top Taliban commander, a feared militant whose remote stronghold could prove a difficult test for troops but whose demise would be a major blow to the insurgencies here and in Afghanistan.

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Netanyahu Accepts Limited Palestinian State

Posted: 06/14/2009 - Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu on Sunday called for creation of a limited Palestinian state for the first time, saying it would have to be disarmed.

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US Suspect Says She Saw Slain Woman As a Friend

Posted: 06/13/2009 - An American student who denies murdering her British roommate testified Saturday that she was shocked by the death of a woman she considered her friend, and said a "crescendo" of police pressure led her to accuse an innocent man.

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NKorean Leader's Son Is 'Brilliant Comrade'

Posted: 06/12/2009 - The youngest son of North Korea's authoritarian leader has been given the title of "Brilliant Comrade," a sign the communist regime is preparing the 26-year-old to succeed the ailing Kim Jong Il, a newspaper reported.

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AP Interview: Nepal's Turmoil Won't Stop Peace

Posted: 06/12/2009 - The political turmoil that has roiled Nepal in recent weeks will not stop its peace process from moving forward, the country's prime minister said Saturday, adding that the former Maoist guerrillas still must prove that they are committed to negotiations.

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4 Former Guantanamo Detainees In A New World

Posted: 06/11/2009 - Four Guantanamo detainees from arid, predominantly Muslim western China were transferred to this very proper British colony Thursday, marking an unexpected new chapter in their odyssey.

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Airstrike Missed Militant Commander, Afghans Say

Posted: 06/11/2009 - U.S. airstrikes in western Afghanistan missed their target of a militant commander and instead killed 12 other militants and 10 civilians, provincial officials said Thursday.

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Iranians Begin Voting In Key Presidential Election

Posted: 06/11/2009 - Iranians have begun voting in a key presidential election pitting hard-liner Mahmoud Ahmadinejad against a pro-reform challenger more open to improving ties with the U.S.

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Volcker Says US Growth Possible This Year

Posted: 06/11/2009 - Global financial markets are starting to heal and the U.S. economy could begin to grow again this year, but a strong recovery is unlikely, said President Barack Obama's top adviser Paul Volcker.

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Human Rights Watch: Mexican Military Abuses Rising

Posted: 06/11/2009 - Abuses by the Mexican military have surged since the government deployed troops to fight drug cartels more than two years ago, and too little is done to investigate allegations of rapes, killing and torture, a rights group said Thursday.

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WHO Getting Ready to Declare Swine Pandemic

Posted: 06/11/2009 - The World Health Organization is gearing up to declare a swine flu pandemic, a move that could trigger both the large-scale production of vaccines and questions about why the step was delayed for weeks as the virus continued to spread.

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WHO Declares First Flu Pandemic in 41 Years

Updated: 06/11/2009 - WHO says countries already hit by swine flu should prepare for a "second wave" of cases. According to the chief, there will be more swine flu deaths but no sudden jump in fatal cases.

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Next UNGA President Will Be from Libya

Posted: 06/10/2009 - The next president of the U.N. General Assembly will be a Libyan politician, marking another step for the once-isolated country as it seeks an increasingly larger role in world affairs.

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Subway Workers Strike in London

Posted: 06/10/2009 - Londoners squeezed onto overcrowded buses, boarded river boats, pedaled bikes or walked in the rain Wednesday - as thousands of subway workers went on strike and drove the capital to transportation chaos.

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South Korea Holds Industrial Complex Talks in North Korea

Posted: 06/10/2009 - South Korean officials held rare talks Thursday in North Korea on the fate of a joint industrial complex amid rising tensions over Pyongyang's recent nuclear test and the likelihood of new U.N. sanctions against the communist state.

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Suicide Bombers Strike Luxury Hotel In Pakistan

Posted: 06/09/2009 - Suicide attackers shot their way past guards and set off a massive blast outside a luxury hotel where foreigners and well-to-do Pakistanis mixed, killing at least 11 people and wounding 70, officials said.

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Pacific State Palau To Take Uighur Detainees

Posted: 06/09/2009 - The remote Pacific island nation of Palau says it has agreed to a U.S. request to temporarily resettle up to 17 Chinese Muslims now held at the Guantanamo Bay detention center on Cuba.

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SKorea Pinpoints 20 Illegal NKorean Bank Accounts

Posted: 06/09/2009 - South Korea has informed the U.S. of up to 20 North Korean bank accounts suspected of being involved in counterfeiting, money laundering and other illegal transactions, a news report said Wednesday.

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2 Officials Whose Wives Own Mexican Day Care Quit

Posted: 06/09/2009 - Two state government officials whose wives are owners of a Mexican day care center where 44 children died in a fire resigned on Tuesday, saying they wanted to clear the way for an investigation into the blaze.

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China Plans New Terracotta Warrior Dig

Posted: 06/09/2009 - China plans to excavate more of the life-size terracotta warriors at the famed ancient tomb of the country's first emperor, an official newspaper said Wednesday.

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