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Witness Contradicts Accused in Italy Murder Trial

Posted: 03/21/2009 - A U.S. student on trial for allegedly murdering her British roommate in Italy was recognized by a witness Saturday as having been in a grocery store early on the morning after the killing.

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Bangkok Government Survives No-Confidence Vote

Posted: 03/20/2009 - The three-month-old government of Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva survived a no-confidence vote Saturday following two days of opposition attacks in Parliament.

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Alleged Drug Trafficker Arrested in Consulate Attack

Posted: 03/20/2009 - The Mexican army arrested an alleged drug trafficker suspected of organizing an attack on a U.S. consulate as well as the killing of several soldiers in retaliation for a government crackdown, President Felipe Calderon said Friday.

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Missing Woman's Father Continues Search

Posted: 03/20/2009 - Aruba prosecutors say Natalee Holloway's father has flown a search dog and a handler to the island to look for the missing woman's body.

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NATO Service Member Killed in Bomb Blast

Posted: 03/19/2009 - A NATO service member was killed by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan, while two days of clashes killed 33 militants, international forces said Friday.

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Small Plane Crashes Into Ecuador Building; 7 Dead

Posted: 03/19/2009 - A small army plane slammed into an apartment building in an upscale neighborhood of Ecuador's mountainous capital on Thursday, killing five people aboard the aircraft and two more on the ground.

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Oil Drifts Back As Trader Reasses Outlook

Posted: 03/19/2009 - After surging above $51 a barrel the previous day, oil prices drifted back Friday in Asia as traders reevaluated expectations for renewed crude demand amid persistent uncertainty about the global economy.

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Strong Quake Near Tonga Prompts Tsunami Warning

Posted: 03/19/2009 - A strong 7.9-magnitude earthquake struck Friday near Tonga, generating a tsunami with the potential of striking coastlines in the South Pacific, officials said. There were no immediate reports of damage.

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2 US Journalists Detained in North Korea

Posted: 03/19/2009 - North Korean soldiers detained two American journalists near the country's border with China, South Korean news reports and a South Korean missionary said Thursday.

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Volcano Erupts Near Tonga

Posted: 03/17/2009 - An undersea volcano erupted off the coast of Tonga shooting clouds of smoke, steam and ash thousands of feet (meters) into the sky above the South Pacific ocean, officials said Wednesday.

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President Bush Speaks in Canada

Posted: 03/17/2009 - Former President George W. Bush said on Tuesday that he won't criticize Barack Obama because the new U.S. president "deserves my silence," and said he plans to write a book about the 12 toughest decisions he made in office.

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Marine Rape Accuser Changes Stance

Posted: 03/17/2009 - A Filipino woman who accused a U.S. Marine of rape has altered her testimony and emigrated to the United States, saying she was no longer certain that a crime took place, a lawyer said Wednesday.

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Asia Stocks Fall While Wall Street Gains

Posted: 03/17/2009 - Asia's stock market rally seemed to be running out of steam Wednesday, despite an overnight surge on Wall Street, as investors cashed in on recent gains amid persistent doubts about the outlook for the global economy.

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Non-Essential US Staff Ordered Out of Madagascar

Posted: 03/17/2009 - The State Department on Tuesday ordered all nonessential staff at the U.S. Embassy in Madagascar and the families of all American personnel there to leave the country due to the uncertain security situation after the ouster of the Indian Ocean island's president.

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NATO Soldier Dies in Attack

Posted: 03/16/2009 - A NATO soldier died of wounds received in an insurgent attack in southern Afghanistan, the military alliance said Tuesday.

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Police Station Hit by Bomb in China

Posted: 03/16/2009 - A police official says a bomb has been thrown into a newly built police station in a predominantly Tibetan area of western China amid heightened tensions and security during a sensitive anniversary period.

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Aid Groups in Darfur Weigh Future After Kidnapping

Posted: 03/14/2009 - Three foreign aid workers abducted in Sudan's lawless Darfur region were released unharmed on Saturday, three days after their capture at gunpoint led international aid groups to question how they can continue to work in the area.

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