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Five Dead in Egypt Plane Fire

Posted: 02/19/2009 - An official in Egypt's aviation authority says 5 crew members of a Ukrainian cargo aircraft have been killed as fire swept through their plane on the tarmac in the southern city of Luxor.

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Australia Could See New Rules About Safe Cigarettes

Posted: 02/19/2009 - Australian officials said Friday they want to fast-track rules making cigarettes less likely to ignite fires as part of the government's response to this month's wildfires that killed at least 209 people.

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Six Dead in Pakistan Bombing

Posted: 02/19/2009 - A bomb tore through a huge funeral procession for a slain Shiite Muslim leader in northwestern Pakistan on Friday, killing at least six people and wounding several more, police said.

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5.5 Quake Hits Kashmir

Posted: 02/19/2009 - A moderate 5.5 magnitude earthquake hit the Himalayan region of Kashmir on Friday (Kashmir time).

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President Obama Visits Canada

Posted: 02/19/2009 - President Barack Obama courted warmer relations with America's snowy northern neighbor Thursday, declining to ask war-weary Canada to do more in Afghanistan, promising he won't allow a protectionist creep into U.S. trade policy and talking reassuringly around thorny energy issues.

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Immigration Numbers From Mexico Drop

Posted: 02/19/2009 - Net migration from Mexico, mainly to the United States, plunged by more than 50 percent in late 2008 compared to a year earlier as fewer Mexicans left their country in search of work, the government said Thursday.

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At Least One Dead in Bangladesh Ferry Crash

Posted: 02/18/2009 - A small ferry packed with about 60 people capsized in southern Bangladesh early Thursday after it was rammed from behind by a sand-laden trawler, killing at least one person, police said.

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Growth In Eastern Europe Now A Dream Deferred

Posted: 02/18/2009 - The financial crisis has tightened its grip anew on eastern Europe, bringing the ex-communist countries' once-high flying economies to a standstill - and putting on hold dreams of catching up with the richer nations of western Europe.

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US General Investigates Afghan Deaths

Posted: 02/17/2009 - The U.S. military says an American general has traveled to the site of a recent U.S. strike in western Afghanistan to investigate claims women and children were killed.

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Clinton Works to Rehab US Image

Posted: 02/17/2009 - Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is continuing the Obama administration's efforts to rehabilitate America's image abroad, especially with Muslims, during a visit to Indonesia that began Wednesday.

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Most if Not All Bodies From Australia Fire Accounted For

Posted: 02/17/2009 - Police believe they have found the bodies of almost everyone killed in Australia's wildfire disaster and the current death toll of 201 is not likely to rise dramatically, a senior commander said Wednesday.

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Obama and Kabul President Speak

Posted: 02/17/2009 - Presidents Hamid Karzai and Barack Obama have spoken on the phone for the first time since Obama's inauguration.

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Oil Slips Below $35 as Global Markets Tumble

Posted: 02/17/2009 - A new batch of lousy economic news dragged oil prices down nearly 7 percent Tuesday, as signs from across the globe pointed to a prolonged and painful recession.

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Over 200 Confirmed Dead in Australia Fires

Updated: 02/17/2009 - The confirmed death toll from Australia's deadly wildfires reached the grim milestone of 200 Tuesday, and a police official said some bodies reduced to ash in the inferno would never be identified.

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France's Role In Holocaust Legally Recognized

Posted: 02/16/2009 - France's top judicial body on Monday formally recognized the nation's role in deporting Jews to Nazi death camps during the Holocaust - but effectively ruled out any more reparations for the deportees or their families.

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British, French Nuclear Subs Collide In Atlantic

Posted: 02/16/2009 - Nuclear submarines from Britain and France collided deep in the Atlantic Ocean this month, authorities said Monday in the first acknowledgment of a highly unusual accident that one expert called the gravest in nearly two decades.

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`Katrina' Pastor Giving Up Promotion

Posted: 02/15/2009 - A radio station says an Austrian pastor who suggested that God punished New Orleans with Hurricane Katrina because of the city's sins is giving up the auxiliary bishop post the pope promoted him to.

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Mexico City Plans Mass Kiss on Valentine's Day

Posted: 02/14/2009 - Thousands gathered in Mexico City's huge central plaza Saturday to pucker up for peace and break the world record for the largest number of people kissing at one time.

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Murder Trial in Italy: US Student Had a Scratch

Posted: 02/14/2009 - An American student accused in the stabbing death of her British roommate had a scratch on her neck hours after the killing, a witness testified Saturday at the murder trial in Italy.

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