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Mutharika Wins Malawi Presidential Vote

Posted: 05/21/2009 - Malawi's electoral commission declares incumbent president Bingu wa Mutharika the winner of Tuesday's election, with more than 90 percent of votes counted.

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Pakistan Allies Aid Refugees From Taliban Fight

Posted: 05/21/2009 - Donations to help refugees fleeing Pakistan's latest offensive against the Taliban surpassed $200 million Thursday, as the country's allies sought to ease a crisis that risks eroding public support for military action against the militants.

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Video Shows 53 Inmates Escaping Mexican Prison

Posted: 05/21/2009 - Security camera footage shows that guards at a Mexican prison nonchalantly stood by as 53 dangerous inmates walked out - and didn't rush into action with their guns drawn until well after their convoy of escape vehicles had disappeared into the inky night.

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AP Interview: Annan Urges Sri Lankans To Reconcile

Posted: 05/21/2009 - Former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan had some advice Thursday for Sri Lanka's government: Reach out and reconcile with the Tamil minority and heal the wounds from the 25-year civil war.

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Scientists: Iran Could Make Nuke In 1-3 Years

Posted: 05/19/2009 - Iran could produce a simple nuclear device in one to three years and a nuclear warhead in another five years after that, a group of U.S. and Russian scientists and experts said in a report issued Tuesday.

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Gaza Father's Loss Captures Israeli Sympathy

Posted: 05/19/2009 - Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish, a Gaza infertility specialist, is a familiar figure to Israelis - a Palestinian who crossed the lines of enmity years ago to work in Israeli hospitals and become a frequent guest on Israeli TV and radio.

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Obama Treaty Push Hinges On Global 'Listening' Net

Posted: 05/19/2009 - In high-rise offices along the Danube, scientists riveted to computer screens "listen" to sounds no one can hear, "feel" every rumble in the Earth, "sniff" global skies for exotic gases - on alert for signs of a newborn atomic bomb.

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Lebanon: 2 Suspected Spies Flee To Israel

Posted: 05/18/2009 - Two Lebanese men suspected of spying for Israel fled across the heavily fortified border to the Jewish state Monday, the second such escape since Lebanon stepped up a campaign of arrests against those thought to be working for its archenemy, said officials.

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Official: Sri Lankan War Zone Doctors Detained

Posted: 05/18/2009 - Three Sri Lankan doctors who treated hundreds of badly wounded civilians in understaffed, makeshift hospitals in the country's war zone were detained on accusations they gave false information about the casualties to the media, a health official said Monday.

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Mexico Detains Hit Gang Allegedly Run By Police

Posted: 05/18/2009 - Police in southern Mexico said Monday they arrested a gang of at least six drug cartel assassins, including two alleged hit women, who were allegedly commanded by top police officers.

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Bill Clinton To Be Named Special UN Envoy To Haiti

Posted: 05/18/2009 - Former President Bill Clinton will be named special U.N. envoy to this impoverished Caribbean nation that has been mired in political and social turmoil for decades, his spokesman said Monday.

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Panetta: Location Of All Pakistan Nukes Not Known

Posted: 05/18/2009 - Central Intelligence Agency Director Leon Panetta said Monday that the U.S. does not know the location of all of Pakistan's nuclear weapons but is confident there are "pretty secure" measures to keep them out of terrorists' hands.

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Chad Ends Air Raids in Sudan

Posted: 05/17/2009 - Chad's interim defense minister says his country has stopped its air force raids on Chadian rebel positions in Sudan.

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EU Commissioner Declares Victory in Lithuania Vote

Posted: 05/17/2009 - The European Union's budget chief has declared victory in Lithuania's presidential election after partial results show voter turnout was high enough to avoid a runoff.

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Swine Flu Closes More NYC Schools, Spreads in Asia

Posted: 05/16/2009 - The swine flu virus continues spreading in New York City - closing more schools and showing up in a jail - while the disease also reached further into Asia among travelers returning from the United States.

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Official: Israeli PM Likely to Back Two-State Plan

Posted: 05/16/2009 - Israel's defense minister said Saturday he believes Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will endorse the creation of a Palestinian state during his upcoming meeting with President Barack Obama in Washington.

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Deadly Missile Attack in Pakistan

Posted: 05/15/2009 - Pakistani officials say a suspected U.S. missile attack has killed at least four people in a stronghold of the Taliban and al-Qaida near the Afghan border.

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Congress Party Leading India Elections

Updated: 05/15/2009 - India's governing Congress party was headed to a resounding victory Saturday in the monthlong national elections, media reports said, setting off celebrations and claims of success by party leaders.

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Algerian Guantanamo Detainee Arrives In France

Posted: 05/15/2009 - A Guantanamo Bay prisoner who was at the center of a Supreme Court battle over inmates' rights arrived Friday in France, which agreed to take in the Algerian in a gesture to the Obama administration.

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Britain Rocked By Parliamentary Expenses Scandal

Posted: 05/15/2009 - Britain has seen its share of sex and sleaze scandals over the years, but few have tarnished all three of the country's main political parties in a single stroke.

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