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- Manslaughter charge for Jackson doctor
- Blogging loses appeal for US teenagers, says survey
- Christmas Day bomber breaks silence after visit from family
- Officials: 3 US soldiers killed in Pakistan blast
- US 'wary of China's military growth'
- UBS falls after Swiss min comments on US tax row
Demonstrators hold up anti-U.S. bases slogans as some 6,000 people gather at a rally protesting against a U.S. Marine base stationed on the southern island of Okinawa, in Tokyo Saturday, Jan. 30, 2010.
US envoy to discuss Japan bases
- US, Germany say Iran not ready for nuclear deal
- Operatic Style Designed to Suit Your Living Room
- Ukraine braces for tense presidential election run-off
- Ukrainians to vote in runoff polls
- America's Cup has been grubbied by litigious greed
- Terry prepares for abuse at derby
Polish director Roman Polanski poses with the ensemble of the musical "Dance of the Vampires" in Oberhausen, western Germany, Monday, Sept. 29, 2008. The musical will start in Oberhausen at Nov. 7, 2008.
Polanski misses Berlin accolade, trapped in his gilded, Alpine home
Asia Middle East
- Toyota to recall Prius for brake glitch - paper
- G7 to continue stimulus until economy on track
- Two Cities, One Lasting Cultural Exchange
- Mudslides sweep away cars, assault homes near LA
- Overseas Chinese celebrate Spring Festival
- Chinese peacekeepers in Haiti extend new year greetings
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Census over, fingers crossed over exact number
- Foreign Missions Seek Full Insurance for Housemaids
- Petraeus slams 'barbaric' Al Qaeda attacks in Iraq
- UAE Unveils 2021 National Historic Charter
- Al-Qaida mufti says no links with Yemeni Shiite rebels
- Iran cuts ties with British Museum over Cyrus Cylinder
- The Iranian revolution grinds to a halt on the eve of its an
President Barack Obama walks onto the stage to speak about Fort Hood during an event at the Interior Department in Washington, Thursday, Nov. 5, 2009. Obama called the mass shooting at a Texas Army base
School bombing exposes Obama's secret war inside Pakistan
South America Africa
- Suspect in Killing of American Nun Returns to a Brazil Jail
- Dominicans Near Title With 7-2 Win vs. Mexico
- Choice of 7-year-old as samba queen causes uproar in Brazil
- Why Brazil's football stars are coming home
- Transfer deadline day - as it happened!
- Brazil man accused of nun murder 'back in jail'
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The tragedy of dying languages
- Legat smashes US 5,000 indoor record in debut race
- South African President Apologizes for Illegitimate Child
- Snow piles up, paralyzing US capital
- Dam Critics Won't Go Away
- Thousands Protest Africa Cup Ban
- Kenya Trains '2,500 Somalia Troops'
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe arrives for the burial of a prominent member of his party, Misheck Chando, in Harare, Saturday, Oct. 31, 2009.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe pays security goons $5,000 a day
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- Australia to end bank deposit, funding guarantees
- Australia marks anniversary of deadly firestorm
- Australia to remove bank and funding guarantees
- Fortysomething surf virgins in Portugal
- Ten great road trips – without the stress of driving
- Batting for Australia
West Indies' captain Chris Gayle, right, and partner Runako Morton run between wickets during the second one-day international cricket match against India at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica, Sunday, June 28, 2009.
Chris Gayle hopeful ahead of Australia one-day series
- Haiti single available for download
- Haitian lawyer for jailed US missionaries fired
- Corruption fears stalk Haiti after the quake
- Frozen in Time: Jamaica's bobsled team, Calgary Winter Olymp
- Haitian women become crime targets after quake
- G7 pledges to forgive Haiti's debt
Group of Seven finance ministers gather outside the Treasury Department in Washington for a group photo, Friday, Oct. 10, 2008. From left to right are: Canada's Finance Minister James Flaherty, France's Minister of Economy Christine Lagarde, Germany's Minister of Finance Peer Steinbrueck, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Henry Paulson, Italy's Finance Minister Giulio Tremonti, Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa, the U.K.'s Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling and Eurogroup's Chairman Jean-Claude Ju
G7 nations vow to cancel Haiti debt