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Drug, Gun Haul Grows From Lawless Albanian Village

Drug, Gun Haul Grows From Lawless Albanian Village Albanian police find more drugs, weapons in marijuana-producing southern village...

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Taiwan Art Exhibit in Japan Salvaged by Name Fix

Taiwan Art Exhibit in Japan Salvaged by Name Fix Taiwan art exhibition in Japan salvaged by name fix after flap over promotional materials...

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Woman Disfigured After Cancer Misdiagnosis to Get Free Surgery

Woman Disfigured After Cancer Misdiagnosis to Get Free Surgery A decade ago, Lessya Kotelevskaya suffered an injury when a cheering fan accidentally hit her at a basketball game, causing swelling in her right jaw. Her doctors put her through cancer radiation that impaired her ability to eat and talk. As a result, she was unable to work and lost her husband, eventually becoming homeless, convinced all along she would die....

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Australian Shares Rise on China Factory Growth

Australian Shares Rise on China Factory Growth Australian shares rise on upbeat China factory report, other world markets mixed...

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AP PHOTOS: US Fans See 'Cruel' Side of Soccer

AP PHOTOS: US Fans See 'Cruel' Side of Soccer AP PHOTOS: US fans see 'cruel' side of soccer in draw with Portugal...

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EU Sanctions 12 Syrian Ministers for Rights Abuses

EU Sanctions 12 Syrian Ministers for Rights Abuses EU slaps sanctions on 12 Syrian ministers, citing grave human rights violations...

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Oil Rises on Iraq Conflict, Upbeat China Data

Oil Rises on Iraq Conflict, Upbeat China Data Crude oil hovers near 9-month high as Iraq militants grab more territory, upbeat China data...

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Hague: Russia Must Cooperate or Face New Sanctions

Hague: Russia Must Cooperate or Face New Sanctions EU ministers threaten further sanctions unless Russia cooperates with Ukraine's peace plan...

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Egyptian Court Sentences 3 Al-Jazeera Journalists to 7 Years Each in Prison

Egyptian Court Sentences 3 Al-Jazeera Journalists to 7 Years Each in Prison Egyptian court sentences 3 Al-Jazeera journalists to 7 years each in prison...

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Taiwan Art Exhibit in Japan Salvaged by Name Fix

Taiwan Art Exhibit in Japan Salvaged by Name Fix Taiwan art exhibition in Japan salvaged by name fix after flap over promotional materials...

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China Busts 32 Terror Groups in Month of Crackdown

China Busts 32 Terror Groups in Month of Crackdown China says it busts 32 terror groups in restive west, nabs nearly 400 in crackdown's 1st month...

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SC Drama Shows Second-in-Command Not Always Wanted

SC Drama Shows Second-in-Command Not Always Wanted Some try to make lieutenant governor job more attractive, but can't shake second banana image...

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Md. Primary Could Play a Role in O'Malley's Future

Md. Primary Could Play a Role in O'Malley's Future Maryland governor's primary has potential White House implications for term-limited O'Malley...

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UNESCO Adds French Cave Art to World Heritage List

UNESCO Adds French Cave Art to World Heritage List Prehistoric drawings in Chauvet caves in France added to UNESCO world heritage list...

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US Mayors to Vote on Climate Change Resolution

US Mayors to Vote on Climate Change Resolution US mayors to vote on call for cities to use nature to fight the effects of climate change....

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It's Back to Basics for Struggling Tampa Bay Rays

It's Back to Basics for Struggling Tampa Bay Rays Maddon hopes extra work helps Rays regain focus necessary to turn disappointing season around...

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South Africa: 8 Gold Miners Shot Dead

South Africa: 8 Gold Miners Shot Dead South African police say 8 gold miners shot and killed at illegal mine near Johannesburg...

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Honda, Mazda, Nissan Issue Recall Over Airbags

Honda, Mazda, Nissan Issue Recall Over Airbags Honda, Mazda and Nissan recall 3 million vehicles because of potential for airbags to explode...

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World Cup Coaches Have Drastically Varying Styles

World Cup Coaches Have Drastically Varying Styles From low-key tracksuits, sneakers to high-end suits and ties, World Cup coaches display style...

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Egypt to Hand Down Verdict on Al-Jazeera Reporters

Egypt to Hand Down Verdict on Al-Jazeera Reporters Egypt court to deliver verdict for Al-Jazeera English journalists on terrorism-related charges...

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