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'Thunder-Like' Terror Blasts Kill Dozens in China Market

'Thunder-Like' Terror Blasts Kill Dozens in China Market A series of “thunder-like” explosions rocked a busy open-air market in China’s western city of Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang region early Thursday, killing 31 and injuring more than 90 others....

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Palestine Refugees Hope Pope Will Highlight Plight

Palestine Refugees Hope Pope Will Highlight Plight In the West Bank, Palestinian refugees hope Pope visit will highlight their forgotten plight...

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Review: Alternate-History Nazis Cry 'Wolfenstein'

Review: Alternate-History Nazis Cry 'Wolfenstein' Review: Nazis cry 'Wolfenstein' after winning WWII in chilling alternate history...

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Leary Giving New Equipment to Detroit Firefighters

Leary Giving New Equipment to Detroit Firefighters Actor Denis Leary giving new equipment to Detroit firefighters, funded by proceeds from movie...

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Taiwan President Orders Probe of Subway Stabbings

Taiwan President Orders Probe of Subway Stabbings Taiwan's president orders investigation of what led to subway stabbings...

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Vietnam Threatens Legal Action Against China

Vietnam Threatens Legal Action Against China Vietnam threatens to take legal action against China amid tense territorial standoff...

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US Unemployment Aid Applications Rise to 326,000

US Unemployment Aid Applications Rise to 326,000 Applications for US unemployment benefits rise to 326,000, though remain at low level...

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Applications for US Unemployment Benefits Rise to 326,000, Though Remain at Low Level

Applications for US Unemployment Benefits Rise to 326,000, Though Remain at Low Level Applications for US unemployment benefits rise to 326,000, though remain at low level...

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Rolling Stones Moneyman Rupert Loewenstein Dies

Rolling Stones Moneyman Rupert Loewenstein Dies Prince Rupert Loewenstein, aristocrat who managed the Rolling Stones' money, dies at 80...

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Kim and Kanye to Marry in Italy: Other Celebs Who Wed There

Kim and Kanye to Marry in Italy: Other Celebs Who Wed There The wedding of the century is set to take place in Italy as Kim Kardashian and Kanye West tie the knot. The power couple will get married at Florence's imposing 16th century Belvedere Fort, a spokeswoman at the Florence mayor's office told the Associated Press last week. Kimye is not the first celebrity couple to have their nuptials in Italy. Here are some other couples that chose the country as the place to celebrate their love....

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Fix to Veterans' Health Care Takes on New Resolve

Fix to Veterans' Health Care Takes on New Resolve With Obama's statement, White House shows renewed resolve on veterans' health care crisis...

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Lavish Weddings the Norm for Celebrity Romeos

Lavish Weddings the Norm for Celebrity Romeos Modern-day celebrity Romeos go for glam weddings with centuries-old venues, opulent 'I dos'...

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Ferrari President Plays Down Alonso Comments

Ferrari President Plays Down Alonso Comments Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo plays down cryptic comments made by Fernando Alonso...

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In Thailand, Press Early Casualty of Army Takeover

In Thailand, Press Early Casualty of Army Takeover In Thailand, concern over Army takeover grows as press becomes 1st casualty of intervention...

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After 10 Years in Captivity, Woman Feels Blessed to Be Free

After 10 Years in Captivity, Woman Feels Blessed to Be Free A woman who claims she was kidnapped 10 years ago, forced to marry her captor and even have his child, says she feels blessed to be reunited with her family....

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Russian Govt' Condemns Prince Charles Comments

Russian Govt' Condemns Prince Charles Comments Diplomatic Row: Russian gov't brands Prince Charles' comments on President Putin 'outrageous'...

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Painful and Rapid Spread of New Virus in Caribbean

Painful and Rapid Spread of New Virus in Caribbean Caribbean hospitals overwhelmed with painful and rapidly spreading virus new to region...

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Syrian Troops Break Prison Siege in Aleppo

Syrian Troops Break Prison Siege in Aleppo Syrian troops break yearlong rebel siege of Aleppo prison...

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Oil Eases but Remains Near $104 a Barrel

Oil Eases but Remains Near $104 a Barrel Crude oil inches down but remains near $104 a barrel after US supply drop...

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US Man Survives Fall in Mountain Crevasse in Nepal

US Man Survives Fall in Mountain Crevasse in Nepal America professor falls 70 feet into mountain crevasse in Nepal, crawls out with broken bones...

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