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Government Asks to Dismiss Geronimo Lawsuit

Posted: 06/21/2009 - The U.S. Justice Department is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought by descendants of Apache leader Geronimo, whose remains were purported to be stolen by members of a secret society at Yale University.

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Dead Sea Peril: Sinkholes Swallow Up the Unwary

Posted: 06/21/2009 - Eli Raz was peering into a narrow hole in the Dead Sea shore when the earth opened up and swallowed him. Fearing he would never be found alive in the 10-meter-(30 foot-) deep pit, he scribbled his will on an old postcard.

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Media Watchdog Says 23 Reporters Arrested

Posted: 06/21/2009 - A media watchdog group says Iranian authorities have arrested 23 journalists and bloggers since post-election protests began a week ago, including the head of the Association of Iranian Journalists.

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12 Students Home from China After Swine Flu Scare

Posted: 06/21/2009 - A dozen Pacific Ridge School teachers and students have returned to California after people they were traveling with tested positive for swine flu during a trip to China.

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Truck Bomb Kills More than 60 in Northern Iraq

Posted: 06/20/2009 - A truck bomb exploded as worshippers left a Shiite mosque in northern Iraq on Saturday, killing at least 63 people and wounding nearly 200 in the deadliest bombing in nearly two months

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A Glance at the New Acropolis Museum

Posted: 06/20/2009 - Greece's new Acropolis Museum opens to the public on Sunday. Here are some facts and figures about the museum.

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US, Regional Powers May Meet on North Korea Next Month

Posted: 06/19/2009 - The U.S., South Korea, China, Russia and Japan may hold talks next month on neutralizing North Korea's rogue nuclear program after the secretive regime laid abruptly ended a formal six-nation disarmament dialogue by conducting an atomic test, an official said Saturday.

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Study: Weather Helped to Clean Air for Olympics

Posted: 06/19/2009 - Beijing's notoriously dirty air got cleaner during last summer's Olympic Games, but the weather played a larger role than the government's massive pollution control measures, a new report says.

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Haitian TV Airs Footage of Confrontation with UN

Posted: 06/19/2009 - A Haitian television station broadcast video Friday that provided new details on a deadly confrontation between U.N. peacekeepers and mourners for a popular priest allied with former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.

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Mexican Gunmen stop Ambulance, Kill Paient Inside

Posted: 06/19/2009 - Gunmen tossed a grenade at an ambulance and then opened its doors to kill a patient inside who had narrowly survived an earlier shooting in a drug cartel-plagued Mexican state Friday. Paramedics ran for their lives during the attack.

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Israel: Palestinians use Settlements as Excuse

Posted: 06/19/2009 - Israel's foreign minister said Friday he believes the U.S. and Israel will resolve their differences over Jewish settlements, and accused the Palestinians of using the issue to avoid peace talks.

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Iran Protester: People want New Election

Posted: 06/18/2009 - Today most of the people wore black. It was a largely silent protest, very few people were chanting. People had green headbands and armbands, or scarves.

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Official: World's Oldest Man Dies at 113

Posted: 06/18/2009 - Tomoji Tanabe, the world's oldest man, died in his sleep at his home in southern Japan on Friday, a city official said. He was 113.

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Number of Kills in Canadian Seal Hunt Drops

Posted: 06/18/2009 - The global recession, plummeting pelt prices and the prospect of a European ban on seal products dramatically lowered the number of seals killed in this year's hunt, Canadian officials said Thursday.

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Mexico Drug Charges Against 7 Mayors, 20 Officials

Posted: 06/18/2009 - Mexico levied organized crime and drug charges Thursday against seven mayors, the former state attorney general and 19 other officials in the western state of Michoacan for allegedly aiding a drug cartel.

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US Boosts Hawaii Defense to Counter N. Korea Threat

Posted: 06/18/2009 - The United States has deployed anti-missile defenses around Hawaii amid reports that North Korea may fire its most advanced ballistic missile toward the U.S. islands early next month, adding to already high tensions in the region.

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Bermuda Premier won't Resign over Gitmo Fight

Posted: 06/18/2009 - Bermuda Premier Ewart Brown said Thursday he expects to weather a looming no-confidence vote over his decision to accept four Guantanamo prisoners as refugees in the British territory.

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UN Envoy: Colombia Army Kills many Innocents

Posted: 06/18/2009 - Hundreds of innocent civilians have been slain by Colombian soldiers and falsely identified as guerrillas killed in combat as part of a "more or less" systematic practice by "significant elements" of the military, a U.N. human rights investigator said Thursday.

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Hundreds of Thousands Stage Somber Rally in Iran

Posted: 06/18/2009 - Hundreds of thousands of protesters dressed in black and green flooded the streets of Tehran on Thursday in a somber, candlelit show of defiance and mourning for those killed in clashes after Iran's disputed presidential election.

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Indian Leader Calls for End to Protests in Peru

Posted: 06/18/2009 - A top Indian leader has called off anti-government protests in Peru's Amazon after Congress revoked two decrees that indigenous groups believe would spur oil and gas development on their lands.

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Hundreds of Thousands Protest in Iran, Mourn Dead

Posted: 06/18/2009 - Hundreds of thousands of protesters wearing black and carrying candles filled the streets of Tehran again Thursday, joining opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi to mourn demonstrators killed in clashes over Iran's disputed election.

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