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Lightning kills dozens across Africa

Posted: 06/29/2011 - Ugandan officials say 22 students and a teacher died after lightning struck their school in the country's midwest.

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Czechs return rare wild horses to the wild

Posted: 06/14/2011 - An Army transport plane has taken off from a military airport in the Czech capital to take four rare wild horses to Mongolia as part of the Prague Zoo’s efforts to reintroduce the endangered Przewalski Horse to its native habitat.

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Obama pledges support for Puerto Rico

Posted: 06/14/2011 - President Barack Obama is telling Puerto Ricans he’s committed to their success and self-determination as he makes the first official presidential visit to the U.S. Island Territory in 50 years.

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6 more workers may exceed Japan’s radiation limit

Posted: 06/13/2011 - The operator of Japan’s damaged nuclear power plant says six workers who may have exceeded the government’s radiation exposure limit aren’t showing any immediate health problems, but that they’ll need long-term monitoring.

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Mladic extradited to UN court in The Hague

Posted: 05/31/2011 - Ratko Mladic has been placed in U.N. custody at a detention unit to await trial for genocide, 16 years after he was charged by the court for the killing of 8,000 Muslim men and boys in the worst massacre of civilians in Europe since World War II.

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Father-in-law of Peru candidate evaded US taxes

Posted: 05/25/2011 - The U.S. man married to Peruvian Presidential Candidate Keiko Fujimori has acknowledged that his father pleaded guilty to U.S. tax evasion charges 11 years ago and received three years probation.

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Egypt to open Rafah crossing permanently

Posted: 05/25/2011 - Egypt's official news agency says the Rafah border crossing with Gaza will be permanently opened for Palestinians on Saturday -- a move that will significantly ease a blockade of the impoverished territory.

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Denmark preparing to stake claim to North Pole

Posted: 05/17/2011 - A leaked government document shows Denmark plans to lay claim to the North Pole and other areas in the Arctic, where melting ice is uncovering new shipping routes, fishing grounds and drilling opportunities for oil and gas.

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Pakistan claims Al-Qaida arrest

Posted: 05/17/2011 - Pakistan's Army says a Yemeni national it describes as a "senior Al-Qaida operative" has been arrested in the city of Karachi.

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Rapidly mounting toll from Mexico graves at 168

Posted: 05/09/2011 - Soldiers have unearthed 11 more bodies from mass graves in northern Mexico, bringing the rapidly mounting toll from the month-long search to at least 168.

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Al-Qaida in Iraq pledges support for Al-Zawahri

Updated: 05/09/2011 - Al-Qaida's front group in Iraq is reaffirming its support for the terror network's second-in-command, Ayman Al-Zawahri, a week after U.S. commandos killed Osama Bin Laden.

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Ugandan lawmakers hold hearings on anti-gay bill

Updated: 05/09/2011 - A Ugandan Parliament Committee has held a second day of hearings on a controversial anti-gay bill that attracted international condemnation for its harsh penalties.

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