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UN investigating possible war crimes in Congo

Updated: 11/26/2008 - U.N. officials have opened investigations into whether war crimes have been committed in eastern Congo, saying they have alarming evidence of targeted killings and possibly massacres of civilians.

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Iraqi factions haggle ahead of US pact vote

Updated: 11/26/2008 - Iraq delayed until Thursday a crucial vote in parliament on a pact that would keep U.S. troops in Iraq through 2011 after lawmakers, many of them Sunni Arabs, demanded concessions from the Shiite-led government in return for supporting the deal.

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Raul Castro to Sean Penn: he'd meet Obama at Gitmo

Updated: 11/26/2008 - Cuban President Raul Castro said in an interview released Wednesday that he would like to meet President-elect Barack Obama on "neutral ground" - and he suggested the American naval base at Guantanamo Bay.

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SUV hits kids outside suburban Los Angeles school

Updated: 11/26/2008 - A sport utility vehicle has struck and injured several people - including at least two children - outside a suburban Los Angeles elementary school. One is listed as critically injured

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Reno cops identify suspect in student killing case

Updated: 11/26/2008 - Police in Reno, Nev., have released the identity of a suspect in the January kidnapping and slaying of a 19-year-old college student who was abducted as she slept on a friend's couch.

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Researchers: 139 WWII Marines entombed on atoll

Updated: 11/26/2008 - A Florida man's quest to find hundreds of U.S. Marines buried anonymously after one of World War II's bloodiest battles could lead to the largest identification of American war dead in history.

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Economy keeps more Americans home for Thanksgiving

Updated: 11/26/2008 - Scott Fuchs will spend Thanksgiving with his family in Florida like he's done for 20 years or so. But like thousands of other Americans, his brother is staying home - travel isn't possible after he was laid off from his job in Maryland.

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Former 1st lady Barbara Bush has surgery for ulcer

Updated: 11/26/2008 - Former first lady Barbara Bush was resting and in good spirits in a Houston hospital Wednesday morning following surgery for a perforated ulcer, a family spokesman said.

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Obama reassures nervous nation on ailing economy

Updated: 11/26/2008 - President-elect Barack Obama sought to reassure the nation and nervous holiday shoppers about the ailing economy Wednesday as beleaguered stores braced for their most important month of the year.

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Some share the bounty this bleak Thanksgiving

Updated: 11/26/2008 - A Thanksgiving ago, many of us were fretting over delays at the airport, our holiday season shopping lists, even things like whether to get another Botox injection or a new set of wheels.

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Jury convicts mom of lesser charges in online hoax

Updated: 11/26/2008 - A Missouri mother on trial in a landmark cyberbullying case was convicted Wednesday of three minor offenses instead of the main conspiracy charge in a cruel Internet hoax that apparently drove a 13-year-old girl to suicide.

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Thief uses lubricant to swipe ring on woman's hand

Updated: 11/26/2008 - Police said a thief used a Vaseline-like lubricant to swipe an expensive ring off an elderly woman's hand in broad daylight. Authorities said two men bumped 80-year-old Helen Artim's car, then asked her to open her trunk to check for damage.

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Solid or striped? Woman blogs about Williams' ties

Updated: 11/26/2008 - Each night after watching Brian Williams deliver the "NBC Nightly News," an English teacher in Ohio is moved to go to her computer and write - about what Williams wore around his neck.

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Plumes spewing from Saturn moon may contain water

Updated: 11/26/2008 - Astronomers looking at the spectacular supersonic plumes of gas and dust shooting off one of Saturn's moons say there are strong hints of liquid water, a key building block of life.

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Iraqi factions haggle ahead of US pact vote

Updated: 11/26/2008 - Iraq delayed until Thursday a crucial vote in parliament on a pact that would keep U.S. troops in Iraq through 2011 after lawmakers, many of them Sunni Arabs, demanded concessions from the Shiite-led government in return for supporting the deal.

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