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Guest's remarks cited in anti-Chavez TV probe

Posted: 06/16/2009 - Venezuela's telecommunications regulator asked prosecutors on Tuesday to determine if an opposition-aligned television network is responsible for a talk show guest's suggestion that foes might kill President Hugo Chavez.

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Attempted Iran media clampdown meets Internet age

Posted: 06/16/2009 - Iran clamped down Tuesday on independent media in an attempt to control images of election protests, but pictures and videos leaked out anyway - showing how difficult it is to shut off the flow of information in the Internet age.

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Russia, China seek greater international clout

Posted: 06/16/2009 - The leaders of four major emerging economies - Russia, China, Brazil and India - apparently failed Tuesday to reach consensus on reducing the dominance of the U.S. dollar despite growing calls for an alternative global reserve currency.

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Poll shows Karzai with big lead as campaign begins

Posted: 06/16/2009 - Oversize posters of President Hamid Karzai blanketed the Afghan capital Tuesday as the two-month presidential campaign began. While Afghans on the street openly complained about Karzai's rule, a new survey showed why he is likely to win a second term: His opponents have almost no support.

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Jews' jewelry from Holocaust donated to memorial

Posted: 06/16/2009 - As a slave laborer in Auschwitz, Meyer Hack was forced to sort through the tattered clothing stripped off inmates before they were sent to the gas chambers. He gathered valuable belongings hidden inside the clothes, stuffed them in a sock, hid them and later spirited them to freedom.

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Argentina reports 3 more swine flu deaths; total 4

Posted: 06/16/2009 - Argentine health authorities on Tuesday confirmed three more swine flu deaths, bringing the nation's total to four as it enters the South American winter flu season.

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Protesters demand Bermuda premier's resignation

Posted: 06/16/2009 - Nearly 1,000 protesters demanded Tuesday that Bermuda's premier resign, saying he should have consulted with high-ranking officials before accepting four released Guantanamo inmates.

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NKorea: US journalists plotted 'smear campaign'

Posted: 06/16/2009 - One video recorder, six tapes, a digital camera and a stone. North Korea laid out its evidence Tuesday against two American journalists sentenced to hard labor for entering the country illegally.

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China tries 2 men accused of being gang bosses

Posted: 06/16/2009 - Scores of police gripping black clubs guarded a courthouse in southern China on Tuesday - the first day of a trial for two alleged gangster bosses, the "Hammerhead" and "Spicy Qin," accused of using violence to build an empire that included everything from underground casinos to cement factories, truck lines and poultry markets.

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Guatemala seizes 9.9 million pseudoephedrine pills

Posted: 06/16/2009 - Guatemalan authorities confiscated nearly 10 million pseudoephedrine pills worth $33 million on Tuesday - the country's biggest seizure of the methamphetamine precursor, police said.

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Attempted Iran Media Clampdown Meets Internet Age

Posted: 06/16/2009 - Iran clamped down Tuesday on independent media in an attempt to control images of election protests, but pictures and videos leaked out anyway - showing how difficult it is to shut off the flow of information in the Internet age.

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Argentina Reports 3 More Swine Flu Deaths; Total 4

Posted: 06/16/2009 - Argentine health authorities on Tuesday confirmed three more swine flu deaths, bringing the nation's total to four as it enters the South American winter flu season.

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NKorea: US Journalists Plotted 'Smear Campaign'

Posted: 06/16/2009 - One video recorder, six tapes, a digital camera and a stone. North Korea laid out its evidence Tuesday against two American journalists sentenced to hard labor for entering the country illegally.

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Guatemala Seizes 9.9 Million Pseudoephedrine Pills

Posted: 06/16/2009 - Guatemalan authorities confiscated nearly 10 million pseudoephedrine pills worth $33 million on Tuesday - the country's biggest seizure of the methamphetamine precursor, police said.

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State Radio: 7 Killed In Tehran Clashes

Posted: 06/16/2009 - Iran's state radio says seven people died in clashes in Tehran after an "unauthorized gathering" following a mass rally over alleged election fraud.

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Russia Welcomes Ahmadinejad

Posted: 06/16/2009 - Russia welcomed Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Tuesday on his first trip abroad since his bitterly disputed re-election, a show of support for a leader facing massive protests at home and questions from the West about the legitimacy of the vote count.

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Seven Dead After Tehran Election Rally

Posted: 06/15/2009 - Iran's state radio says seven people died in clashes in Tehran after an "unauthorized gathering" following a mass rally over alleged election fraud.

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2 Al-Jazeera Producers Arrested In Afghanistan

Posted: 06/15/2009 - Al-Jazeera called for the immediate release of two of its Afghan producers after they were arrested by Afghan intelligence agents. The network said it has been unable to contact them.

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Bill Clinton: Haiti Has Chance To Escape Poverty

Posted: 06/15/2009 - Former U.S. President Bill Clinton said Monday that Haiti has the best chance in decades to escape poverty and political upheaval and he will seek in his new job as U.N. special envoy to improve life for the estimated 9 million Haitians.

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Iran Election: Huge Pro-Reform Rally Defies Crackdown Threats

Posted: 06/15/2009 - Hundreds of thousands of opponents of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad defied an Interior Ministry ban Monday and streamed into central Tehran to cheer their pro-reform leader in his first public appearance since elections that he alleges were marred by fraud.

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