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Protests in Russia Against Adoption Ban

Updated: 01/14/2013 - Russian opposition activists gathered in central Moscow on Sunday for a march against the "Dima Yakovlev law" banning the adoptions of Russian children by US families.

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World News: French Battle Islamic Terrorists; Dirty Air in China; Syria Update

Posted: 01/12/2013 - Air pollution in Beijing goes off the index... France ups terror threat level after Mali strike... Hundreds of French troops drive back Mali rebels... French commando killed in Somalia hostage raid... Syrian army advances in strategic Damascus suburb as rebels gain ground in the north... Italy consul in Benghazi fired on, not injured... Arsonists target home of gov't spokesman's brother...

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Obama: U.S. Role in Afghanistan to Shift to Support

Posted: 01/11/2013 - President Barack Obama says the U.S. role in Afghanistan will shift to a support role later this spring and he will soon get recommendations from his top military advisers on U.S. troop drawdowns.

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New 5 Euro Bill Unveiled

Updated: 01/11/2013 - The new five euro bank note is "state of the art in terms of security and technology," the president of the European Central Bank (ECB), Mario Draghi said during an unveiling ceremony in Frankfurt on Thursday (January 10).

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Switzerland Train Crash Injures 17

Updated: 01/11/2013 - Two Swiss trains collided on Thursday (January 10), injuring 17 people, none of them seriously, and closing the line near the German border, police said.

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Kenya Legislators Vote themselves Lavish Pay

Posted: 01/10/2013 - Legislators in Kenya have voted themselves a hefty pay package in a late-evening vote on the last day of session before national elections.

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Caspian Sea Gas Consortium to Buy half of Nabucco

Posted: 01/10/2013 - An international consortium developing a major natural gas field in the Caspian Sea has agreed in principle to acquire 50 percent of the company operating the Nabucco pipeline, a major project to bring gas to Europe.

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Asteroid "Apophis" Passes by Earth

Updated: 01/10/2013 - A European space telescope has captured new images of the huge asteroid Apophis, revealing that the potentially hazardous object is actually bigger than previously thought - and you have a chance to see the space rock yourself in two free webcasts tonight (January 9).

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Heavy Rain Floods Israel

Updated: 01/09/2013 - Unusually heavy winter rains forced the closure of main access routes to Tel Aviv on Tuesday (January 8), causing gridlock in and around Israel's commercial capital, authorities said.

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Record-Breaking $1.7 Million Tuna Sold

Updated: 01/07/2013 - Business is booming for the Japanese fish market with a sale of a single tuna clocking in at a whopping 1.7 million USD (155 million JPY) at the New Year opening tuna auction in Tokyo on Saturday (January 5).

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World News: Canadian, Who Hid American Hostages in 1979-80 Iran, Dies; China 'Freezes'

Posted: 01/05/2013 - Canadian who sheltered American hostages in Iran dies... China plunges to worst chills in 28 years... Pakistan accuses India of deadly cross-border raid... British Spitfire search team arrives in Myanmar... Syrian president to give speech Sunday... Reports: Indonesia police kill 5 alleged terrorists and Senior al-Qaida in N Africa member killed... Violence in Northern Ireland for 3rd day over flag... Libya authorities search for key security official

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Severe Flooding Strikes Brazil

Updated: 01/04/2013 - Heavy rains triggered mudslides and flooding in Rio de Janeiro, leaving hundreds of residents homeless and at least one dead.

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American Tourist Falls Through Glass in Australia

Updated: 01/04/2013 - An American tourist believed to be in his 20s visiting from Los Angeles, Californian, fell one story through a glass and plasterboard wall at Surfers Paradise. Police say the incident may be an assault.

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Electronic Payments Blocked in Vatican

Posted: 01/03/2013 - It's "cash only" now for tourists at the Vatican wanting to pay for museum tickets, souvenirs and other services after Italy's central bank decided to block electronic payments, including credit cards, at the tiny city state.

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