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U.S. Military Children Arrested In Japan

Posted: 12/07/2009 - Four American teenagers, all children of U.S. military personnel, have been arrested on charges of attempted murder after a woman was knocked off her motorbike with rope strung across two poles, Japanese police said.

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Key Global Climate Talks Begin in Copenhagen

Posted: 12/06/2009 - The drumbeat rousing world leaders to action on climate change is fading out as delegates get down to the business of negotiating a global deal at climate talks in Copenhagen.

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Rainforests Turned Into Smoldering Ruins

Posted: 12/06/2009 - The land still smolders, tinted with a depressing gray. Twisted hulks of tree trunks take on abnormal shapes. A dark black canal cuts through the wasted landscape.

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Iran Prepares for Students Day Protests

Posted: 12/06/2009 - Iranian authorities warned of crackdowns as they tried to head off possible protests Monday, when the country marks Students Day -- the anniversary of the 1953 killing of three university students by security forces.

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Karzai: U.S. Must Have Patience if Afghanistan Not Ready

Posted: 12/06/2009 - Afghan President Hamid Karzai said Sunday the United States and its allies must have patience if his country is not ready to assume control of its own security by July 2011, when U.S. troops would begin leaving under President Obama's plan.

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Five detained as investigators probe deadly Russian nightclub fire

Posted: 12/05/2009 - Russian investigators on Saturday picked through the remains of a burned-out nightclub and detained at least five people in the aftermath of an explosive inferno, the result of an alleged misuse of fireworks that claimed more than 100 lives.

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Arrests Made Under Martial Law In Philippines

Posted: 12/05/2009 - Troops in the southern Philippines early Sunday took advantage of martial law to hunt down those believed responsible for last week's killings there.

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UK Met Office to Publish Climate Records

Posted: 12/05/2009 - The UK's weather service, the Met Office is to publish station temperature records that make up the global land surface temperature record.

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Dozens Missing After Egyptian Ferry Accident

Posted: 12/05/2009 - Rescuers were desperately trying to save dozens of people Saturday who were thrown overboard when a boat collided with a ferry in the Nile River in northern Egypt, the nation's government-owned Al-Ahram newspaper reported.

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Five Detained as Investigators Probe Deadly Russian Nightclub Fire

Posted: 12/05/2009 - Russian investigators on Saturday picked through the remains of a burned-out nightclub and detained at least five people in the aftermath of an explosive inferno, the result of an alleged misuse of fireworks that claimed more than 100 lives.

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South Carolina Governor

Posted: 12/03/2009 - A special South Carolina state House panel considering an impeachment measure against Gov. Mark Sanford decided Thursday that its review will not include most of the state ethics charges filed against the governor last month.

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Israel Settlers Freeze

Posted: 12/03/2009 - Settler leaders in Israel voiced their consternation Thursday over the government's 10-month building freeze, with one top leader telling the country's prime minister that the moratorium will be defied.

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Italy Afghanistan Troops

Posted: 12/03/2009 - The Italian government plans to participate in the international troop buildup in Afghanistan by sending 1,000 more troops there next year.

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Russia Putin Town Hall

Posted: 12/03/2009 - In his annual town hall forum Thursday, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin sent a strong signal to fellow Russians and the outside world that it is he who possesses the full hands-on control of that country.

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Lanthimos-Dogtooth

Posted: 12/03/2009 - For Greek cinema, the shadow of auteur Theo Angelopoulos has cast long over the blue sky of the Cote d'Azur in Cannes.

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Iraq Election Law

Posted: 12/03/2009 - The Iraqi vice president who vetoed the country's crucial election legislation last month said he stands by the move, but is open to proposals to resolve the impasse.

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US Afghanistan Taliban

Posted: 12/03/2009 - The latest U.S. strategy for the 8-year-old war in Afghanistan will be a "fiasco" that will lead only to more dead Americans, the Taliban insurgency said Thursday.

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Honduras President Vote

Posted: 12/03/2009 - Of the 128 lawmakers, more than half voted in favor of a motion for Zelaya, who was removed in an coup on June 28, to remain shut out.

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Syria Explosion

Posted: 12/03/2009 - An explosion killed dozens of passengers in a bus in the Syrian capital Thursday morning, officials said

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Polanski Bail

Posted: 12/03/2009 - (CNN) -- Filmmaker Roman Polanski is expected to be released on bail Friday as he fights extradition to the United States on a sex charge from the 1970s, Swiss prosecutors announced Thursday.

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