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Group: Japan Sea Hunts Risk For Species, Consumers

Posted: 10/30/2013 - The London-based Environmental Investigation Agency, an independent conservation group, says Japan's catch quotas are based on data collected as much as 20 years ago.

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Khmer Rouge Leader Denies Charges Off Genocide

Posted: 10/30/2013 - The ailing 87-year-old Nuon Chea, the Khmer Rouge's chief ideologist, and 82-year-old Khieu Samphan, its head of state, are charged by the Khmer Rouge tribunal with genocide and crimes against humanity.

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Crash Report Questions New Zealand Tourism Safety

Posted: 10/30/2013 - The Transport Accident Investigation Commission on Thursday urged lawmakers to pass stricter rules for pilots, boat captains and other transport operators. Citing recent fatal crashes, investigators said random drug-testing and zero-tolerance rules are needed.

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Morocco Withdraws Ambassador From Algeria

Posted: 10/30/2013 - Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika called on Monday for human rights monitoring in the Western Sahara, which was annexed by Morocco in 1975.

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Suicide Bomber Hits Tunisia Resort, No Others Hurt

Updated: 10/30/2013 - A suicide bomber and a teenager carrying a backpack loaded with explosives attacked two sites popular with tourists Wednesday, raising fears that Tunisia's Islamist extremists may be adopting more violent tactics.

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Judge Suspends Construction on Brazilian Dam

Posted: 10/29/2013 - A federal judge has suspended construction on a massive dam in the heart of Brazil's Amazon rain forest on grounds that environmental commitments have not been met.

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Woman on Concordia Bridge: "I Was Captain's Lover"

Posted: 10/29/2013 - A Moldovan dancer who had been on the bridge of the Costa Concordia cruise ship when it crashed into a reef off Italy electrified the captain's manslaughter trial Tuesday by testifying reluctantly that the two were lovers.

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Four French Taken Hostage in Niger Freed

Posted: 10/29/2013 - Four Frenchmen taken hostage by Islamic extremists in Niger were released on Tuesday after three years of captivity and a French-led military intervention in the region that destabilized al-Qaida-linked radicals.

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Pistorius Prosecutors to Add Two Firearm Charges

Updated: 10/29/2013 - Prosecutors in the Oscar Pistorius case have been given permission by South Africa's National Director of Public Prosecutions to add two firearm charges to the indictment against the double-amputee athlete, who is already accused of murder and illegal possession of ammunition.

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Inspectors Can't Access Two Syria Chemical Sites

Posted: 10/28/2013 - The global chemical weapons watchdog says its inspectors in Syria have not been able to reach two sites because of security concerns, meaning that one of the first in a series of tight deadlines on the path toward destroying the country's poison gas stockpile by mid-2014 has been missed.

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35 Die in Niger Desert of Thirst

Posted: 10/28/2013 - The mayor of the northern Niger town of Agadez says that around 35 migrants, including women and children, who were being smuggled to Algeria died of thirst and dehydration in the Sahara Desert after their truck broke down.

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13 Dead in Severe European Storm

Posted: 10/28/2013 - The death toll from a severe storm that ripped across Britain and onto mainland Europe has risen to 13, with the U.K. and Germany hit the hardest.

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Report: US Monitored 60 Million Calls in Spain

Posted: 10/28/2013 - A Spanish newspaper has published a document it says shows the U.S. National Security Agency spied on more than 60 million phone calls in Spain in one month alone.

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German Minister Demands Complete US Answers on Spying

Updated: 10/27/2013 - Germany's interior minister is pressing for "complete information" from Washington on the alleged U.S. surveillance of Chancellor Angela Merkel's cellphone and any other snooping.

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Watchdog: Syria Files Chemical Weapons Papers

Posted: 10/27/2013 - Syria has filed details of its poison gas and nerve agent program and an initial plan to destroy it to the world's chemical weapons watchdog, the organization announced Sunday.

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Cuba and Norway: Rebels Free American

Posted: 10/27/2013 - A statement from the governments of Cuba and Norway says that Colombia's FARC rebels have freed an American they were holding hostage.

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Police: Brazil Protesters Beat Up Officer

Posted: 10/26/2013 - Law enforcement officials say protesters beat up a police colonel and stole his service pistol and radio during a Friday night demonstration demanding lower public transportation fares in Brazil's largest city.

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Sudan's Ruling Party Reformist To Start New Party

Posted: 10/26/2013 - A leading reformist in Sudan's ruling party says he will form his own party after being suspended for condemning the government's recent crackdown on protests.

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