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Chief nuke inspector chides Iran, Syria

Updated: 03/02/2009 - The U.N. nuclear monitoring agency cannot exclude the possibility that Iran may be hiding atomic activities, the agency's head said Monday.

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Donor conference pledges $5B for Gaza, Abbas gov't

Updated: 03/02/2009 - International donors pledged $5.2 billion Monday to rebuild the devastated Gaza Strip and fund the Palestinian government, giving a powerful boost to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and putting new pressure on the rival Hamas militant group to moderate.

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Two Groups Oppose Sebelius' Nomination

Updated: 03/02/2009 - Not everyone is applauding the Governor Sebelius' nomination. The Catholic League is protesting her support of abortion rights. So is the group Operation Rescue.

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Delay in Power Plants Costs College $2 Million

Updated: 03/02/2009 - Garden City Community College has lost a nearly $2 million federal grant because of delays in state approval for two new coal-fired power plants in southwest Kansas.

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Spending, Manufacturing Data Point to More Pain

Updated: 03/02/2009 - Consumer spending and incomes rose more than expected at the start of the year, but the gains were seen as fleeting in light of the recession and the waves of layoffs battering Americans.

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The D-word: Will Recession become Something Worse?

Updated: 03/02/2009 - A Depression doesn't have to be Great — bread lines, rampant unemployment, a wipeout in the stock market. The economy can sink into a milder depression, the kind spelled with a lowercase "d."

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Call for Autopsy to Unravel Tragedy of Stillbirth

Updated: 03/02/2009 - WASHINGTON – Adding to the devastation of her daughter Clare being stillborn is the fact that Erin Fogarty Owen doesn't know why: What went wrong in a pregnancy that seemed textbook? And that unknown means Owen is facing her new pregnancy with as much fear as joy, repeating what she calls sanity sonograms for reassurance that this baby's still fine.

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Senate Panel Mulls Bill to Track Meth Makers

Updated: 03/02/2009 - A measure that would help authorities track and locate methamphetamine makers is expected to come up for a vote in a Kansas Senate committee this week.

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Dow Drops Below 7,000 for First Time Since 1997

Updated: 03/02/2009 - A relentless sell-off in the stock market Monday blew through barriers that would have been unthinkable just weeks ago, and investors warned there was no reason to believe buyers will return anytime soon.

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Former Iranian president promises help for Iraq

Updated: 03/02/2009 - One of Iran's most powerful political and religious figures - former President Hashemi Rafsanjani - promised Monday to assist in Iraq's reconstruction after nearly six years of war that has involved Shiite militias with suspected links to Tehran.

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Former Iranian president promises help for Iraq

Updated: 03/02/2009 - One of Iran's most powerful political and religious figures - former President Hashemi Rafsanjani - promised Monday to assist in Iraq's reconstruction after nearly six years of war that has involved Shiite militias with suspected links to Tehran.

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Twin assassinations leave Guinea-Bissau in turmoil

Updated: 03/02/2009 - The man who ruled this small African nation for nearly a quarter-century was assassinated Monday just hours after a bomb killed his longtime rival, the armed forces chief, leaving behind a precarious power vacuum as the country struggles to stem a booming cocaine trade.

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Raul Castro ousts top Cubans loyal to Fidel Castro

Updated: 03/02/2009 - President Raul Castro abruptly removed some of Cuba's most powerful officials Monday, putting a personal stamp on the government in the biggest shakeup since he took over from his ailing brother Fidel Castro a year ago.

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States urged to improve probation, parole programs

Updated: 03/02/2009 - The number of people on parole and probation across the United States has surged past 5 million, according to a new report which says financially struggling states can save money in the long run by investing in better supervision of these offenders.

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States urged to improve probation, parole programs

Updated: 03/02/2009 - The number of people on parole and probation across the United States has surged past 5 million, according to a new report which says financially struggling states can save money in the long run by investing in better supervision of these offenders.

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