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UN Tells Honduras To Reinstate President

Updated: 06/30/2009 - Honduras' ousted president won overwhelming international support Tuesday as he planned a high-profile return to his chaotic country.

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Putin Tells Russian Casinos To Cash In Their Chips

Updated: 06/30/2009 - Nearly two decades after the Soviet collapse set Russia's roulette wheels spinning again, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin is calling in the chips on the gambling industry — a symbol of the glitz and excess of Russia's oil-fueled boom.

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China Postpones Controversial Web Filter

Updated: 06/30/2009 - China postponed a plan to require personal computer makers to supply Internet-filtering software today, retreating in the face of protests by Washington and Chinese Web surfers just hours before it was due to take effect.

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Plane With 153 Crashes Off Comoros, Child Rescued

Updated: 06/30/2009 - A Yemeni aviation official says a young boy who was plucked alive from the Indian Ocean after a passenger jet crashed was found floating 10 miles (15 kilometers) out to sea.

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Iran Declares Election Fight Over, Vote Valid

Updated: 06/30/2009 - Supporters of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad celebrated Tuesday after Iran's highest electoral authority proclaimed the validity of its disputed election, paving the way for the incumbent to begin a second term despite claims of fraud.

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4 US Soldiers Killed During Iraq Cities Pullout

Updated: 06/30/2009 - Four U.S. soldiers were killed in combat shortly before the American military completed a withdrawal from Iraq's cities, and the prime minister assured Iraqis that government forces taking control of urban areas on Tuesday were more than capable of protecting the country.

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Ousted Honduran Leader May Face Arrest On Return

Updated: 06/30/2009 - Honduras' ousted president, bolstered by international support, said he will return home this week to regain control. The man who replaced him said Tuesday that Manuel Zelaya could be met with an arrest warrant.

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Freight Train Derails In Italy, Kills 12, Burns 50

Updated: 06/30/2009 - A train derailed and set off an explosion and fire in the middle of a small Italian town, killing at least 12 people - many as they slept in their homes - and injuring at least 50, officials said Tuesday.

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Iraqi Forces Take Control Of Baghdad

Updated: 06/29/2009 - As part of an agreement with the Iraqi government, American military forces have withdrawn from most major cities in the region.

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Italy Expels Palestinian Hijacker To Syria

Updated: 06/29/2009 - A lawyer says Italian authorities are set to expel to Syria one of the Palestinians who hijacked the Achille Lauro cruise ship and killed an American passenger in 1985.

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US Announces Big Shift In Afghanistan Drug Policy

Updated: 06/29/2009 - The U.S. is shifting its strategy against Afghanistan's drug trade, phasing out funding for opium eradication while boosting efforts to fight trafficking and promote alternate crops, the U.S. envoy for Afghanistan said Saturday.

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Freight Train Derails, Kills 2 In Italy

Updated: 06/29/2009 - A freight train derailed just outside a station in an Italian town and two cars filled with gas exploded, killing at least two people and injuring dozens, officials and news reports said Tuesday.

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Holocaust Meeting Wants Better Care Of Survivors

Updated: 06/29/2009 - An international conference assessing efforts to return property and possessions stolen by the Nazis to their rightful owners or heirs said Monday that caring for Holocaust survivors is a matter of the "utmost urgency."

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Refund Details Announced For Jackson Concerts

Updated: 06/29/2009 - More than 750,000 Michael Jackson fans can get full refunds for the pop star's canceled 50-night "This is It" concert extravaganza - or opt to receive souvenir tickets instead, the promoters announced Monday.

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Violence Ccross NW Pakistan Kills Dozens

Updated: 06/29/2009 - Pakistani jets bombed suspected Taliban hideouts after a stray mortar shell crashed into a mosque during prayers, part of a wave of violence that claimed nearly 70 lives in 24 hours along the northwest region bordering Afghanistan, officials said Monday.

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Karzai: Afghan Guards Employed By US Killed Police

Updated: 06/29/2009 - President Hamid Karzai accused Afghan guards working for U.S. coalition forces of killing a provincial police chief and at least four other security officers during a gunbattle outside a government office Monday.

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Leaders From Obama To Chavez Blast Honduras Coup

Updated: 06/29/2009 - Police and soldiers clashed with thousands of protesters outside Honduras' national palace Monday, leaving at least 15 people injured, as world leaders from Barack Obama to Hugo Chavez demanded the return of a president ousted in a military coup.

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Fireworks Over Baghdad As Iraqis Take Over Cities

Updated: 06/29/2009 - Iraqi forces assumed formal control of Baghdad and other cities Tuesday after American troops handed over security in urban areas in a defining step toward ending the U.S. combat role in the country.

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Fireworks Over Baghdad As Iraqis Take Over Cities

Updated: 06/29/2009 - Iraqi forces assumed formal control of Baghdad and other cities Tuesday after American troops handed over security in urban areas in a defining step toward ending the U.S. combat role in the country.

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Leaders From Obama To Chavez Blast Honduras Coup

Updated: 06/29/2009 - Police and soldiers are using tear gas outside the Honduran presidential palace to scatter thousands of people protesting a coup that drove President Manuel Zelaya into exile.

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June Photo Of NKorea's Kim May Be Recycled: Report

Updated: 06/29/2009 - A photo of the North Korean leader recently shown on Pyongyang's state TV appears to be a doctored version of one published in April by the country's official news agency — a possible sign his health is worsening — South Korean media reported Monday.

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Obama Says Honduran Ouster Was 'Not Legal'

Updated: 06/29/2009 - Pres. Obama said he wanted to be very clear that President Zelaya is the democratically elected president of Honduras, despite a weekend coup.

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World Tells Honduras To Reinstate Ousted President

Updated: 06/29/2009 - Honduras' newly appointed leader vowed Monday to resist pressure from across the Americas to reinstate the president ousted in a military coup, as protesters burned tires outside the occupied presidential palace.

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