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Red Cross Says Dozens Of Afghans Killed In US Raid

Posted: 05/06/2009 - Villagers dug dirt graves Wednesday to bury what the international Red Cross said were dozens of Afghans - including women and children - killed in American bombing runs. A former Afghan government official said up to 120 people may have died.

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Mumbai Attack Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

Posted: 05/06/2009 - The only surviving suspected gunman in last year's terrorist attacks in Mumbai has pleaded not guilty to all charges against him, including waging war against India and murder.

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Civilian Deaths in Bombing Investigated

Posted: 05/05/2009 - President Hamid Karzai has ordered a probe into allegations that more than 30 civilians died in a U.S.-led bombing in western Afghanistan.

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Eleven Dead in Baghdad Bombing

Posted: 05/05/2009 - Iraqi police say a car bomb has killed 11 people and wounded about 30 in a south Baghdad produce market.

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Afghans: US Bombing Run Kills Dozens Of Civilians

Posted: 05/05/2009 - Afghan officials said U.S.-ordered bombing runs killed dozens of civilians taking shelter Tuesday from a battle with Taliban militants, and villagers took several truckloads of bodies to show the provincial governor. The U.S. promised a joint investigation.

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Search For US Poet In Japan To Be Scaled Down

Posted: 05/05/2009 - Authorities have scaled down their search for an award-winning U.S. poet who disappeared while hiking up a volcano on a remote Japanese island because their efforts have yielded no clues for more than a week, police said Wednesday.

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Heavy Rains Kill 19 In Brazil, Leave 186K Homeless

Posted: 05/05/2009 - Floods and mudslides from months of heavy rains in northern Brazil have driven more than 186,000 from their homes, killed at least 19 people and cut off shipments from a huge Amazon iron mine, officials said Tuesday.

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Texan Dies of Swine Flu; Mexico Ready for Business

Updated: 03/11/2011 - Mexico emerged from its swine flu isolation Tuesday as thousands of newspaper vendors, salesmen hawking trinkets and even panhandlers dropped their protective masks and joined the familiar din of traffic horns and blaring music on the streets of the capital.

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Dictatorship-Era Official Reappears In Paraguay

Posted: 05/04/2009 - A former dictatorship-era official considered a brutal torturer by human rights groups has made a surprise return to Paraguay, where he faces six pending trials for the disappearance and killings of government opponents in the 1970s and 1980s.

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Swine Flu Leaves Southern Hemisphere Out In Cold

Posted: 05/04/2009 - The Southern Hemisphere has been mostly spared in the swine flu epidemic. That could change when winter starts in coming weeks with no vaccine in place, leaving half the planet out in the cold.

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45 Killed In Attack On Engagement Party In Turkey

Posted: 05/04/2009 - Masked assailants with grenades and automatic weapons attacked an engagement ceremony in southeast Turkey on Monday, killing 45 people. Two girls survived after the bodies of slain friends fell on top of them during the onslaught.

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Supermarket Magnate Wins Panama Presidential Vote

Posted: 05/03/2009 - Conservative supermarket magnate Ricardo Martinelli won Panama's presidential elections in a landslide Sunday, taking office as the Central American nation carries out an ambitious project to expand the Panama Canal.

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Helicopter Crash Kills 18 Soldiers in Venezuela

Posted: 05/03/2009 - Eighteen Venezuelan soldiers, including a brigadier general, died when their helicopter crashed Sunday near Venezuela's border with Colombia, President Hugo Chavez said

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Fiat Eyes New Company with GM Europe, Chrysler

Posted: 05/03/2009 - Fiat Group SpA is confirming it's in talks to acquire General Motor's European operations, to possibly create a new company that would also include newly acquired Chrysler.

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Protests Erupt in Nepal After PM Fires Army Chief

Posted: 05/03/2009 - Nepal's prime minister fired the army chief Sunday after a struggle over admitting former Maoist rebel fighters to the military, sparking mass protests and jeopardizing the survival of the country's first elected government.

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NATO Thwarts Hijack off Somalia, Seizes Dynamite

Posted: 05/02/2009 - Special forces on a Portuguese warship seized explosives from suspected Somali pirates after thwarting an attack on an oil tanker, but later freed the 19 men

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Developments on Swine Flu Worldwide

Posted: 05/02/2009 - Key developments on swine flu outbreaks, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Health Organization, and government officials:

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273 German Police Injured in May Day Riots

Posted: 05/02/2009 - More than 270 police officers were injured in this year's May Day riots in the German capital, prompting criticism Saturday of Berlin security officials and calls for more officers.

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Gunman in Iraqi Army Uniforms Kills 2 US Soldiers

Posted: 05/02/2009 - A gunman wearing an Iraqi army uniform opened fire on a U.S. military team Saturday, killing two American soldiers and wounding three others at a combat outpost in northern Iraq, the military said.

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