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Queen's Granddaughter to Marry in Britain

Posted: 07/30/2011 - Queen Elizabeth II's granddaughter Zara Phillips is marrying England rugby star Mike Tindall in the country's second royal wedding of the year.

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Cuban-American group holds 30th Annual Congress

Posted: 07/30/2011 - The Cuban-American National Foundation will feature discussions from experts on nonviolent political struggles and the use of technology to promote social activism at its 30th annual congress this weekend.

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Mexico: French Baby First Measles Case in 4 Years

Posted: 07/21/2011 - Mexican health officials say a French baby girl who recently flew in from Paris is Mexico's first case of measles in four years. The toddler has not been identified, but Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova says the Mexico City neighborhood where she is staying is under quarantine.

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Prince Andrew to Step Down as UK Trade Envoy

Posted: 07/21/2011 - Buckingham Palace says Prince Andrew has decidedto relinquish his post as U.K. trade envoy. Andrew, the queen's second son, has faced heaploads of pressure to step down as a British trade envoy because of a string of unfortunate relationships.

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Pakistan Protests Arrest of Alleged Agent in US

Posted: 07/21/2011 - Pakistan has protested the arrest of a Kashmiri-born man in the United States on charges he was working for Pakistan's spy agency to lobby in Washington for the cause of Kashmiri independence.

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Cindy McCain in Congo to Highlight Violence

Posted: 07/21/2011 - Cindy McCain is teaming up with actor Ben Affleck to try to bring more attention to violence against women in Congo, as well as that country's upcoming presidential election.

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14 Arrested for Alleged Cyberattack Against PayPal

Posted: 07/19/2011 - The Justice Department says 14 people have been arrested for allegedly mounting a cyberattack on the Web site of PayPal in retaliation for suspending the accounts of WikiLeaks.

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"Cash Cab" Death

Updated: 07/18/2011 - `Cash Cab' hits, kills pedestrian

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21 Dead From Bootleg Alcohol in Ecuador Town

Posted: 07/17/2011 - Authorities in Ecuador have banned the sale of alcohol in a community where 21 people have died after drinking bootleg liquor. Public Health Minister David Chiriboga says 103 others have been treated for intoxication from adulterated alcohol in the coastal municipality of Urdaneta in Los Rios province, where eight were initially reported dead.

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Chile: Gunman Kills 2, Wounds 4 on Subway Train

Posted: 07/17/2011 - Police in Chile's capital say a man boarded a subway train, pulled out a gun and began shooting Sunday. They say he killed two people and wounded four more before leaving the station and killing himself.

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Explosions Near Tripoli, Libya

Posted: 07/17/2011 - Just after midnight Sunday, a series of dull rumbles and flashes could be seen to the east of Tripoli...

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