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  1. Singer Pendergrass dies aged 59 (0 replies)
  2. [World News]- Bomber hits busy Afghan market, killing 16 (0 replies)
  3. [World News]- U.S. steps up missile attacks in Pakistan (0 replies)
  4. Yemen warns on helping al-Qaeda (0 replies)
  5. [World News]- Iraq sentences 11 to death for massive bombings (0 replies)
  6. [World News]- Haiti quake survivors ‘trying to stay alive’ (0 replies)
  7. China responds to Google threat (0 replies)
  8. Raid 'misses' top Pakistan militant (0 replies)
  9. Chavez halts Caracas power cuts (0 replies)
  10. [World News]- Google China cyberattack part of spy campaign (0 replies)
  11. China property prices accelerate (0 replies)
  12. Seven killed in India stampede (0 replies)
  13. [World News]- U.S., world rush rescue, relief workers to Haiti (0 replies)
  14. [World News]- More dead pulled from U.N. office in Haiti (0 replies)
  15. [World News]- World Blog: ‘The saddest place on earth’ (0 replies)
  16. [World News]- Wash. parents await word on Haitian orphans (0 replies)
  17. [World News]- Haiti earthquake: How to help (0 replies)
  18. [World News]- Haitian-Americans fear for loved ones (0 replies)
  19. [World News]- Americans flocking to help out in Haiti (0 replies)
  20. [World News]- Pa. pastor ‘expecting the worst’ in Haiti (0 replies)
  21. [World News]- In Iran, money talks with protest slogans (0 replies)
  22. [World News]- Beware of bogus online 'help' for Haiti (0 replies)
  23. Bilingual barker - Polish dog given crash course in English (0 replies)
  24. [World News]- What caused the devastating Haiti earthquake? (0 replies)
  25. [World News]- Canadian man mauled by his tiger (0 replies)
  26. [World News]- China says missile defense system test successful (0 replies)
  27. [World News]- US urges violence prevention in southern Sudan (0 replies)
  28. [World News]- France: Niece of British official on murder trial (0 replies)
  29. [World News]- Amid scandal, N. Ireland's leader takes leave (0 replies)
  30. [World News]- Traffic at UK airports down 4.2 percent in 2009 (0 replies)
  31. [World News]- UK vicar invokes God's blessing on BlackBerrys (0 replies)
  32. [World News]- New Croat president promises to fight graft (0 replies)
  33. [World News]- French Caribbean regions reject more autonomy (0 replies)
  34. 'CIA bomber' shown vowing revenge (0 replies)
  35. Karzai names cabinet candidates (0 replies)
  36. Indian man attacked in Australia (0 replies)
  37. Three held after Heathrow alert (0 replies)
  38. World first heart op for UK boy (0 replies)
  39. Clinton sets out Mid-East formula (0 replies)
  40. Venezuela to devalue its currency (0 replies)
  41. Make-up wearing Neanderthals were 'not half-wits' (0 replies)
  42. Attacked Togo stars mull pull-out (0 replies)
  43. 'Not guilty' plea in Detroit case (0 replies)
  44. [World News]- Mein! German parents fight for sleds (0 replies)
  45. Nepal child soldiers to be freed (0 replies)
  46. [World News]- Afghanistan asks to ease Taliban sanctions (0 replies)
  47. [World News]- Boat damaged in anti-whaling clash (0 replies)
  48. [World News]- U.S. mom, baby girl killed by elephant in Kenya (0 replies)
  49. [World News]- Slovaks take blame for explosives on plane (0 replies)
  50. [World News]- Cuba: Detained U.S. contractor was spying (0 replies)
  51. [World News]- Heavy snow puts U.K. in deep freeze (0 replies)
  52. [World News]- Wife: CIA bomber saw U.S. as adversary (0 replies)
  53. [World News]- Suspected U.S. drones kill 13 in Pakistan (0 replies)
  54. [World News]- Newsweek: Xe workers may have been part of CIA ops (0 replies)
  55. [World News]- 2 former UK govt ministers challenge Gordon Brown (0 replies)
  56. [World News]- Yemen opposes ‘direct intervention’ by U.S. (0 replies)
  57. [World News]- Jamaica officials: Jet landed way off target (0 replies)
  58. [World News]- Newsweek: Why Obama may not close Gitmo (0 replies)
  59. [World News]- Suicide bombing kills 6 Russian police, wounds 16 (0 replies)
  60. SA king threatens to secede - and take half the country (0 replies)
  61. [World News]- Airline pickpocket strikes as passengers sleep (0 replies)
  62. [World News]- Bin Laden’s ex-guard among Yemen’s ‘heroes’ (0 replies)
  63. [World News]- Hat in hand, U.S. turns to India to create jobs (0 replies)
  64. [World News]- Double atomic bomb survivor dies in Japan (0 replies)
  65. [World News]- NYT: Iran shields nuke efforts in tunnels (0 replies)
  66. Brazil mudslide kills at least 15 (0 replies)
  67. US radio star's health scare over (0 replies)
  68. [World News]- Bomb kills 88 at Pakistan volleyball game (0 replies)
  69. [World News]- Mudslide kills 17 at Brazilian resort (0 replies)
  70. Scores killed at Pakistan match (0 replies)
  71. [World News]- Outraged Iraqis vow to charge Blackwater (0 replies)
  72. [World News]- Pakistan Taliban claim attack on CIA (0 replies)
  73. Mousavi 'ready to die' for reform (0 replies)
  74. Iraq hostage arrives back in UK (0 replies)
  75. [World News]- Hong Kong marchers call for ‘Democracy Now!’ (0 replies)
  76. [World News]- More Afghan civilian deaths claimed (0 replies)
  77. US 'bomber' began trip in Ghana (0 replies)
  78. New Year's cartoon pokes fun at Putin and Medvedev (0 replies)
  79. Iraq anger at Blackwater move (0 replies)
  80. Pope appeals for peace in 2010 (0 replies)
  81. CIA bomber 'courted as informant' (0 replies)
  82. [World News]- U.S.-Yemeni cleric was ‘very aware’ of Nigerian (0 replies)
  83. [World News]- AP: Bomber in CIA attack was not searched (0 replies)
  84. [World News]- Bus accident kills 18 in Bangladesh (0 replies)
  85. [World News]- NYT: CIA takes on expanded role on front lines (0 replies)
  86. [World News]- World ushers in 2010, hoping for a better year (0 replies)
  87. [World News]- Ex-Gitmo detainees help al-Qaida in Yemen (0 replies)
  88. [World News]- Judge tosses Blackwater shooting charges (0 replies)
  89. [World News]- Yemen: Alleged would-be bomber’s visa expired (0 replies)
  90. [World News]- U.S. troop deaths soar in Afghanistan in 2009 (0 replies)
  91. [World News]- Iran opposition leaders face prosecution threat (0 replies)
  92. Fresh security scare on US flight (0 replies)
  93. [World News]- Bomb suspect’s teacher, family dismayed (0 replies)
  94. [World News]- Nine reported killed in Iran protests (0 replies)
  95. [World News]- Avalanches kills 7 in Italian Alps (0 replies)
  96. Croatian poll 'heads for run-off' (0 replies)
  97. Iranian protesters die in clashes (0 replies)
  98. [World News]- Goldman hoping son can forget ugly handover (0 replies)
  99. [World News]- Bomber kills 5 at Shiite gathering in Pakistan (0 replies)
  100. South Korea wins nuclear contract (0 replies)
  101. Pope on first visit since attack (0 replies)
  102. [World News]- Somali pirates say $4 million ransom paid (0 replies)
  103. [World News]- Ferry sinks in Philippines; 6 dead, 22 missing (0 replies)
  104. Briton 'not told execution date' (0 replies)
  105. Pakistan blast leaves five dead (0 replies)
  106. Gaza damage 'not being addressed' (0 replies)
  107. [World News]- N. Koreans recoil over Kim’s bid to limit wealth (0 replies)
  108. [World News]- Poet, anti-apartheid activist Dennis Brutus dies (0 replies)
  109. Shia pilgrims flock to Iraqi city (0 replies)
  110. [World News]- Bomb kills Pakistani official and family (0 replies)
  111. [World News]- Official, 86, resigns over 3-woman sex tape (0 replies)
  112. [World News]- U.S. eyes Yemen al-Qaida tie to attack (0 replies)
  113. [World News]- Blast rocks Hezbollah stronghold near Beirut (0 replies)
  114. [World News]- Report: U.S. activist crosses into North Korea (0 replies)
  115. [World News]- Tears, prayers mark Asian tsunami anniversary (0 replies)
  116. How scientists are turning to music to put across their message (0 replies)
  117. [World News]- Romanians mark 20 years after communism (0 replies)
  118. US appoints cybersecurity chief (0 replies)
  119. Auschwitz theft 'ordered abroad' (0 replies)
  120. [World News]- Gunmen kill family of Mexican drug war hero (0 replies)
  121. Iran's Mousavi loses public post (0 replies)
  122. [World News]- Eurostar back in action after 4-day  shutdown (0 replies)
  123. Germany refuses Nefertiti return (0 replies)
  124. [World News]- Foreigner blamed for Auschwitz sign theft (0 replies)
  125. [World News]- Europe eyes new snow after travel chaos (0 replies)
  126. [World News]- Decision expected soon in Brazil custody fight (0 replies)
  127. Big chill brings misery to Europe (0 replies)
  128. FBI releases Michael Jackson file (0 replies)
  129. Circus tigers die in Russian trip (0 replies)
  130. Kercher killer's sentence reduced (0 replies)
  131. [World News]- Prince William spends a night on the streets (0 replies)
  132. [World News]- Spain’s lottery makes winners of thousands (0 replies)
  133. Chefs and farmers top list of unhealthy professions (0 replies)
  134. [World News]- Could Ireland’s budget cuts be a model for U.S.? (0 replies)
  135. Pakistan court orders ear cutting (0 replies)
  136. Eurostar suspended amid cold snap (0 replies)
  137. Top Iranian dissident cleric Montazeri dies (0 replies)
  138. [World News]- Israeli leaders condemn mosque attack (0 replies)
  139. [World News]- Senior Iranian dissident cleric dies at 87 (0 replies)
  140. [World News]- Stalin's grandson sues Russian radio station (0 replies)
  141. [World News]- Reports: Malaysia fighter jet engine stolen (0 replies)
  142. Snowstorm blankets US East Coast (0 replies)
  143. Two killed in Georgian demolition (0 replies)
  144. [World News]- Climate reality: Voluntary efforts not enough (0 replies)
  145. Colombia beefs up Venezuelan border forces (0 replies)
  146. [World News]- Major earthquake strikes Taiwan; 14 injured (0 replies)
  147. [World News]- Going outside the military box in Afghan war (0 replies)
  148. [World News]- Paris-London trains cease after breakdown (0 replies)
  149. [World News]- John Paul II, Pius XII closer to sainthood (0 replies)
  150. [World News]- Bodies of 8 men found in burned truck in Mexico (0 replies)
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