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Violent riots continue in UK

Posted: 08/09/2011 - In UK, worst riots since 1980's continue, police struggle to maintain order.

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Libyan government denies death of Gadhafi son

Posted: 08/05/2011 - TRIPOLI, LIBYA (AP) -- A senior Libyan government official has denied rebel reports that Moammar Gadhafi's youngest son was killed in a NATO airstrike on the western town of Zlitan.

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Italy works on anti-veil law

Posted: 08/04/2011 - An Italian parliamentary commission has approved a draft law that would ban women from wearing veils that cover their faces in public.

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Month of Ramadan begins

Posted: 08/01/2011 - A giant clock on a skyscraper in Islam's holiest city Mecca is illuminated at the start of the fasting month of Ramadan.

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Italy votes to cut troops in Lebanon, Libya

Updated: 07/27/2011 - The Italian senate has voted to keep funding for troops in Afghanistan but to reduce its participation in the U.N. peacekeeping mission in Lebanon and in NATO's Libyan operations.

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NATO: Gadhafi cannot wait us out

Updated: 07/26/2011 - NATO says it will continue bombing the Libyan regime's armed forces as long as needed, and the country's leader, Moammar Gadhafi, cannot "wait us out."

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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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