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Ethiopian group appeals for aid in arid east

Posted: 03/18/2011 - A rebel group in Ethiopia is appealing for international aid in an ethnically Somali region where the group says drought and a government ban on international aid groups have led to the deaths of children and the elderly.

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Israel: Intercepted ship had land-to-sea missiles

Posted: 03/15/2011 - A top Israeli naval commander says a cargo ship intercepted at sea was carrying Chinese-made land-to-sea missiles, and there is strong evidence Iran was behind the delivery.

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UPDATED: Area where hundreds may have died is isolated

Updated: 03/11/2011 - Authorities in northeastern Japan say they can't yet reach the area along the coast where they say 200 to 300 people were killed by today's earthquake and tsunami. They say the roads are too badly damaged.

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22 abducted oil workers freed in Colombia

Posted: 03/08/2011 - Colombian authorities say suspected leftist rebels have released 22 of 23 Colombian contractors abducted while doing exploratory work in a remote jungle region for the Canadian oil company Talisman.

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Bond, Jane Bond: Daniel Craig sports drag

Posted: 03/07/2011 - James Bond Actor Daniel Craig is giving “Bond Girl” a whole new meaning, dressing up in drag for a short film to support International Women's Day.

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Clinton: Taliban must choose war or peace

Posted: 02/18/2011 - Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is warning the Taliban and other extremists in Afghanistan they must choose between war and peace as the U.S. increases military pressure on them.

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900 Afghan militants join reintegration program

Posted: 02/07/2011 - Despite Taliban threats against their lives, nearly 900 militants have quit the fight and enrolled in an Afghan government program that works to lure insurgents off the battlefield.

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US warns about night driving in major Mexican city

Posted: 02/04/2011 - Officials are warning U.S. citizens not to drive at night in parts of the western Mexican city of Guadalajara after suspected drug-gang members burned vehicles and blocked streets there.

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Egyptian journalist shot in clashes dies

Posted: 02/04/2011 - State-run newspaper Al-Ahram says an Egyptian reporter shot during clashes earlier this week has died of his wounds, the first reported journalist death in 11 days of turmoil surrounding Egypt's wave of anti-government protests.

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