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Seven Dead in Roadside Explosion

Posted: 03/24/2009 - Seven people are dead and nine are wounded after a roadside bomb exploded and hit a van carrying civilians in eastern Afghanistan.

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Militants Threaten to Behead Red Cross Hostage

Posted: 03/24/2009 - A Philippine official says al-Qaida-linked militants have threatened to behead one of three Red Cross hostages in one week unless government troops pull back from the guerrillas' southern jungle stronghold.

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Homeland Security to Send Agents to Mexico Border

Posted: 03/24/2009 - U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano's announcement Tuesday that nearly 500 agents and support personnel will be sent to the U.S.-Mexico border would once have drawn criticism in Mexico.

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Israel's Labor Party Joins Incoming Government

Posted: 03/24/2009 - Israel's Labor Party voted Tuesday to join the incoming government of Benjamin Netanyahu, giving a centrist tone to the coalition that has looked hard-line up to now.

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Czech Republic Government Loses Confidence Vote

Posted: 03/24/2009 - The Czech Republic's three-party coalition government has lost a parliamentary no confidence vote, partly due to its handling of the economic crisis, and must step down.

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North Korea Warns Other Nations Against Satellite Interference

Posted: 03/24/2009 - North Korea warned the United States, Japan and their allies not to interfere with its plan to launch a satellite into space next month, saying Tuesday any intervention could doom already stalled talks on ending its nuclear weapons program.

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China Calls For New Global Currency

Posted: 03/24/2009 - China is calling for a new global currency controlled by the International Monetary Fund, stepping up pressure ahead of a London summit of global leaders for changes to a financial system dominated by the U.S. dollar and Western governments.

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French Government Offers Nuclear Test Compensation

Posted: 03/24/2009 - The French government offered for the first time Tuesday to compensate people who suffered health problems as a result of nuclear tests in Algeria and the South Pacific decades ago.

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FedEx Crash Investigation Underway

Posted: 03/23/2009 - Investigators hauled away charred wreckage and planes began to land again Tuesday morning on the main runway of Japan's largest international airport, where a day earlier a FedEx cargo flight crashed and exploded, killing its two pilots.

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Canada Seal Hunt Underway

Posted: 03/23/2009 - Canada's annual seal hunt started Monday, under pressure from a possible European Union ban on imported seal products.

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American Journalists Accused of Espionage

Posted: 03/23/2009 - Two American journalists detained at North Korea's border with China are under investigation by North Korean military intelligence officers who suspect they were engaged in espionage activities.

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Two Dead in Police Station Bombing

Posted: 03/23/2009 - A bomber blew himself up at a police station housing terrorism intelligence offices, killing himself and one officer in the Pakistani capital.

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Cargo Plane Crashes on Landing at Tokyo Airport

Posted: 03/22/2009 - A FedEx cargo plane crashed early Monday morning amid heavy winds at Tokyo's international airport and burst into flames. The pilot and copilot were taken to a hospital, and a local TV station reported they were both confirmed dead.

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Aruba: New Search for Teen Who Disappeared in 2005

Posted: 03/22/2009 - The father of a U.S. teen who went missing nearly four years ago in Aruba said Sunday that a private investigator will scour a retention pond for answers that have eluded the family throughout numerous false leads and fruitless searches.

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Israel, Hamas Say Talks on Prisoner Swap not Over

Posted: 03/22/2009 - Both Israel and Gaza's Hamas rulers say talks aimed at freeing an Israeli soldier held nearly three years by Palestinian militants are not over, despite last week's public breakdown of Egyptian-mediated contacts.

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Egypt Wants a 3,000-Year-Old Coffin Back From US

Posted: 03/22/2009 - Egypt will soon file an official request with U.S. authorities to return a 3,000-year-old wooden coffin illegally smuggled out of the country more than a century ago, the country's top archaeologist said Sunday.

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Venezuela Brings Ports Under Federal Control

Posted: 03/21/2009 - Venezuela's government seized seaports and airstrips in at least four states on Saturday, a move that critics say is meant limit the powers of mayors, governors and other potential rivals to President Hugo Chavez.

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Anti-Mafia March in Naples Draws Thousands

Posted: 03/21/2009 - Widows, children and grandchildren of many of those slain by Italy's various mafias are rallying in Naples to protest organized crime.

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Witness Contradicts Accused in Italy Murder Trial

Posted: 03/21/2009 - A U.S. student on trial for allegedly murdering her British roommate in Italy was recognized by a witness Saturday as having been in a grocery store early on the morning after the killing.

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Bangkok Government Survives No-Confidence Vote

Posted: 03/20/2009 - The three-month-old government of Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva survived a no-confidence vote Saturday following two days of opposition attacks in Parliament.

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