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Netanyahu Urges U.S. To Set 'Red Line' For Iran

Posted: 09/18/2012 - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Sunday that the United States must establish a clear "red line" that Iran cannot cross with its nuclear program if it wants to avoid war.

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Nearly 130 Inmates Escape Mexican Prison Near U.S. Border

Posted: 09/18/2012 - Mexico's president calls the prison break "deplorable.." More than 1,000 inmates have escaped from state prisons in six years, he says. Inmates used a tunnel, then cut a fence Monday at the prison in Piedras Negras.

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Orphaned Girl Starts University In Zimbabwe At 14

Posted: 09/18/2012 - Against all odds, Maud Chifamba, a extremely bright teenager has written history as last week she became the youngest ever university student in Zimbabwe -- as well as the whole of southern Africa, according to education officials.

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Suicide Bomber Kills Afghan Skater Teens

Posted: 09/17/2012 - Four children were killed in a teen suicide bombing on September 8th.. including Khorshid Hawa, 14 and her sister Parwana who was just ten. Most of the children were members of Skateistan, a charity for street kids.

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Irish Editor Suspended Over Kate's Topless Pics

Posted: 09/17/2012 - The Irish Daily Star editor suspended pending investigation into republishing of photos. Italian magazine publishes more topless pictures of Catherine. William and Catherine also file a criminal complaint in France.

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Detainee Dies At Guantanamo Bay

Posted: 09/17/2012 - A detainee at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, died over the weekend, U.S. Southern Command announced Monday.

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4 U.S. Troops Killed In Afghan Insider Attack

Posted: 09/16/2012 - Afghan police killed four American soldiers coming to their aid after a checkpoint attack Sunday, the third "insider" assault by government forces or insurgents disguised in military uniforms in as many days.

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More Outlets Publishing Topless Kate Photos

Posted: 09/15/2012 - An Irish tabloid has published topless photos of Prince William's wife, Kate, that drew outrage in Britain when they appeared in a French magazine.

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China's Presumed Next Leader Reappears In Public

Posted: 09/15/2012 - China's presumed next leader made an appearance Saturday for the first time since dropping from public view earlier this month, a two-week absence that fueled rumors about his health and raised questions about the stability of the country's succession process.

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2 US Troops Killed In Base Attack In Afghanistan

Posted: 09/15/2012 - Pentagon officials tell CBS News than two U.S. service members were killed in an insurgent attack on an Allied air base in southern Afghanistan that has also wounded several other troops. The two killed were reportedly Marines.

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Remains Of Libya Attack Victims Return Home

Updated: 09/15/2012 - President Obama on Friday honored the four Americans killed in an attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya, recalling their lives in deeply personal terms and declaring the United States will never pull back on its principles or "retreat from the world."

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Angry Egyptian Protests Reveal Anti-American Rage

Posted: 09/13/2012 - Egyptian soldiers stand guard in front of the U.S. embassy in Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday, as part of widespread anger across the Muslim world about a film ridiculing Islam's Prophet Muhammad. (AP Photo from Nasser Nasser)

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4 Arrested in Attack on Libyan Embassy

Posted: 09/13/2012 - Libyan authorities have made four arrests in the investigation into the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi in which Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three embassy staff were killed, the deputy interior minister said on Thursday.

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Mexico Says Gulf Cartel Boss Arrested

Posted: 09/13/2012 - (CNN) -- Mexico's military has notched an important success for President Felipe Calderon with the arrest of Jorge Eduardo Costilla Sanchez, boss of the powerful Gulf drug cartel.

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Violent Protests Erupt At Embassies As U.S. Seeks Killers

Posted: 09/13/2012 - (CNN) -- The United States faced violent protests outside embassies in Egypt and Yemen on Thursday, even as it was deploying warships as part of the hunt for those behind the deadly attack against U.S. personnel in Libya.

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