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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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Argentina Snubs Iran's Offer of Help

Updated: 07/17/2011 - Alberto Nisman says Iran's pledge to help is just empty words unless it hands over the Iranian suspects sought in the bombing of a Jewish center...

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More Finger-pointing in Debt Debate

Posted: 07/16/2011 - SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- The head of the Democratic Governors Association is accusing Republicans of trying to undermine the economy so President Barack Obama won't be re-elected.

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Clinton: Islam, West can Agree on Tolerance

Posted: 07/15/2011 - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says she's hopeful that a religious tolerance agreement between the West and Islamic countries will end efforts to criminalize blasphemy that threaten freedom of expression.

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German Church Plans Abuse Research Drive

Posted: 07/13/2011 - The Roman Catholic Church in Germany has announced plans to involve outside experts in researching sexual abuse by clergy dating back as far as 1945. The church presented plans for a pair of research projects on Wednesday.

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Rebels Gaining on Gadhafi Regime

Posted: 07/12/2011 - U.S. officials tell The Associated Press that Libyan rebels have seized a number of western mountain towns, cutting off the Gadhafi regime's access to a key oil pipeline. The U.S. officials estimate that fuel for the military and the public in Tripoli will start running out within one month.

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Mob Pushes Mexican Police Off Cliff

Posted: 07/12/2011 - Prosecutors are investigating an indigenous community in southern Mexico on suspicion that some of its members pushed a police car over a cliff, killing two officers and a civilian inside.

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Protesters Enter Cyprus President's Palace Grounds

Posted: 07/12/2011 - Several hundred marchers have forced their way into the grounds of the Cypriot presidential palace in Nicosia, during a protest over a fatal blast at a naval base that killed 12.

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5 Zimbabwe Finance Ministry Employees Arrested

Posted: 07/10/2011 - Zimbabwe state media says police have arrested five employees of the finance ministry, which is controlled by Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's party.

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Puerto Rico Man Hangs Daughter Then Himself

Posted: 07/10/2011 - Puerto Rico police say a 30-year-old man apparently hanged his 4-year-old daughter from a backyard tree and then used another noose to kill himself.

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Brazil Magnetic Boy

Posted: 07/10/2011 - ...forks, knives, scissors, cooking pans, cameras and other metal objects seem drawn to his body...

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Egyptians Continue Protests

Posted: 07/10/2011 - ...vow to remain until Egypt's military rulers purge the remnants of Hosni Mubarak's deposed regime.

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Cholera Returns to Rural Haiti

Updated: 07/10/2011 - After weeks of heavy rains, the number of cases spiked to 1,700 a day by the middle of last month.

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