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  1. [World News]- Brazil soccer star Adriano tied to Rio drug lord (0 replies)
  2. [World News]- Funeral home steps in to stop ‘grim eater’ (0 replies)
  3. [World News]- U.K. shooter blasted many victims in face (0 replies)
  4. BA sorry for Bin Laden 'check-in' gaffe (0 replies)
  5. [World News]- Man kills judge, clerk in Brussels courthouse (0 replies)
  6. [World News]- British climber dies after reaching Everest summit (0 replies)
  7. [World News]- Zimbabwe: Lion kills volunteer at animal sanctuary (0 replies)
  8. [World News]- Somali security forces free ship, captain killed (0 replies)
  9. [World News]- Officials: U.S. believes Gaza blockade untenable (0 replies)
  10. BP could stem leak 'in 24 hours' (0 replies)
  11. Gores to separate after 40 years (0 replies)
  12. Doubt cast on Israel raid account (0 replies)
  13. [World News]- Cancun mayor charged with drug cartel ties (0 replies)
  14. [World News]- German labor minister favorite for president (0 replies)
  15. [World News]- Newsweek: Obama's Mideast strategy implodes (0 replies)
  16. [World News]- Tropical Storm Agatha kills 179 in Central America (0 replies)
  17. Trafigura toxic waste trial opens (0 replies)
  18. [World News]- Families honor Air France crash victims (0 replies)
  19. [World News]- Taliban dismiss Afghan peace meeting (0 replies)
  20. France backs Africa's global role (0 replies)
  21. [World News]- BP shares tumble amid spill worries (0 replies)
  22. [World News]- Terror suspect's extradition to US to be appealed (0 replies)
  23. [World News]- Islamic site: Al-Qaida's third in command killed (0 replies)
  24. [World News]- Fergie to Oprah: I was drinking during sting (0 replies)
  25. [World News]- Gazans rush for Egyptian border (0 replies)
  26. Senior al-Qaeda leader 'killed' (0 replies)
  27. Judges shot dead at China court (0 replies)
  28. [World News]- Knox accused of slandering Italian police (0 replies)
  29. [World News]- Iraq's Supreme Court ratifies election results (0 replies)
  30. [World News]- Man kills 3 judges, himself in China court (0 replies)
  31. Iraq supreme court confirms poll (0 replies)
  32. Man-made 'noise pollution' threatens fish (0 replies)
  33. Duchess 'drinking' in paper sting (0 replies)
  34. [World News]- U.S., Israeli ties just got more complicated (0 replies)
  35. [World News]- NBC: Man held in Montreal is terror suspect (0 replies)
  36. [World News]- German president quits in blow for Merkel (0 replies)
  37. Many killed in Indian bus crash (0 replies)
  38. Ship sinking 'threat to security' (0 replies)
  39. [World News]- Reports say 30 people killed in India bus accident (0 replies)
  40. Colombians to vote for president (0 replies)
  41. Chinese school attacker executed (0 replies)
  42. Deadly storm strikes Guatemala (0 replies)
  43. [World News]- Tropical storm kills 12 in Guatemala (0 replies)
  44. Germany wins Eurovision contest (0 replies)
  45. [World News]- Chinese premier skips N. Korea rebuke (0 replies)
  46. Canadian Afghan commander sacked (0 replies)
  47. [World News]- China executes man who attacked 29 kids (0 replies)
  48. [World News]- Drug gangs dismember Mexico prison warden (0 replies)
  49. [World News]- Canadian commander in Afghanistan dismissed (0 replies)
  50. 'Top kill' fails to stop oil leak (0 replies)
  51. [World News]- Germany wins 2010 Eurovision Song Contest (0 replies)
  52. [World News]- Police: Lahore attackers were Pakistani Taliban (0 replies)
  53. [World News]- British Airways cabin crews begin 5-day strike (0 replies)
  54. UK politician quits coalition post (0 replies)
  55. [World News]- UK Treasury minister resigns amid expenses scandal (0 replies)
  56. [World News]- Malawi president pardons, frees gay couple (0 replies)
  57. Latvian blondes march to beat recession blues (0 replies)
  58. [World News]- Sources: Taliban win battle in Afghanistan (0 replies)
  59. [World News]- Drone crew blamed in Afghan civilian deaths (0 replies)
  60. [World News]- India vows to crush Maoists as crash toll climbs (0 replies)
  61. Sudan's Bashir sworn in as leader (0 replies)
  62. Obama defends oil spill response (0 replies)
  63. US predicts busy hurricane season (0 replies)
  64. [World News]- French workers protest pension reform plan (0 replies)
  65. [World News]- 2nd Iceland volcano issues ominous warning (0 replies)
  66. Foxconn factory death toll rises (0 replies)
  67. Fleet marks Dunkirk anniversary (0 replies)
  68. Phone company cuts off Greek PM by mistake, as euro crisis raged (0 replies)
  69. Facebook changes 'not enough' (0 replies)
  70. N Korea scraps naval clash pact (0 replies)
  71. Israeli Arabs charged with spying (0 replies)
  72. Spain approves cuts in tight vote (0 replies)
  73. [World News]- Baghdad's trade in wildlife anything but tame (0 replies)
  74. [World News]- N. Korea to scrap anti-clash pact with South (0 replies)
  75. [World News]- Somali terror member may be heading to Texas (0 replies)
  76. [World News]- Watchdog: Nations getting away with murder (0 replies)
  77. [World News]- Colombian model arrested on drug charge (0 replies)
  78. [World News]- China tries to balance fallout of Korean tensions (0 replies)
  79. [World News]- Jamaica: Target of bloody raid may have fled (0 replies)
  80. [World News]- Obama invites Netanyahu, Abbas to D.C. (0 replies)
  81. [World News]- Saunas, massage help in hunt for pirates (0 replies)
  82. [World News]- Man infects himself with computer virus (0 replies)
  83. [World News]- Officials: Terror blast in southern Russia kills 5 (0 replies)
  84. [World News]- Chinese factory asks for 'no suicide' vow (0 replies)
  85. Jamaica police storm stronghold (0 replies)
  86. Bassist with Slipknot found dead (0 replies)
  87. Trinidad poll unseats PM Manning (0 replies)
  88. Malema defends his radical views (0 replies)
  89. Iran 'ready for new co-operation' (0 replies)
  90. [World News]- Jamaica: Gun battles intensifying, spreading (0 replies)
  91. Queen's Speech to unveil UK coalition plans (0 replies)
  92. [World News]- Zimbabwe police raid gay group offices, arrest 2 (0 replies)
  93. R U lonesome 2nite? Survey says tech-savvy young feel loneliest (0 replies)
  94. [World News]- More U.S. troops in Afghanistan than Iraq (0 replies)
  95. Synthetic life patents 'damaging' (0 replies)
  96. [World News]- Thai king sees his influence waning (0 replies)
  97. [World News]- U.N.: Grim outlook for fish stocks (0 replies)
  98. [World News]- Britain bans doctor who linked autism to vaccine (0 replies)
  99. [World News]- Behind bars in Iran, Americans are engaged (0 replies)
  100. [World News]- China holds door open a crack to U.S. on yuan (0 replies)
  101. US Afghan troops 'near 100,000' (0 replies)
  102. [World News]- Tribesmen seize U.S. couple in Yemen (0 replies)
  103. President 'leads' Ethiopia election (0 replies)
  104. [World News]- U.S. backs South Korea in punishing North (0 replies)
  105. [World News]- Gunmen kill newly elected lawmaker in Iraq (0 replies)
  106. [World News]- Floods drive thousands from homes in Poland (0 replies)
  107. [World News]- 7 Afghans arrested in NATO troop deaths (0 replies)
  108. [World News]- Newsweek: Is al-Awlaki the new bin Laden? (0 replies)
  109. [World News]- Israel's Peres denies offering South Africa nukes (0 replies)
  110. [World News]- Israel foreign minister faces charges (0 replies)
  111. [World News]- Ex-U.K. royal 'sorry' amid cash-for-access sting (0 replies)
  112. [World News]- Jobless Iranians heckle Ahmadinejad (0 replies)
  113. Wrong-coloured stamp fetches record amount at auction (0 replies)
  114. Inquiry into deadly India crash (0 replies)
  115. Obama names spill panel heads (0 replies)
  116. [World News]- Interpol joins search for $125M in stolen art (0 replies)
  117. UK ministers 'united' on Afghanistan (0 replies)
  118. [World News]- Clinton courts Chinese people; tough mission nears (0 replies)
  119. Rocket cache uncovered in Kabul (0 replies)
  120. [World News]- India plane crash kills scores; 8 survive (0 replies)
  121. [World News]- U.N. body probes North Korea's possible truce violation (0 replies)
  122. [World News]- Moms of jailed Americans head home (0 replies)
  123. [World News]- Japan, U.S. agree on base plan but hurdles ahead: report (0 replies)
  124. [World News]- ‘Humble’ Beckham visits troops in Afghanistan (0 replies)
  125. 13-year-old 'in Everest record' (0 replies)
  126. [World News]- 13-year-old Californian youngest to top Everest (0 replies)
  127. Somalia-Ethiopia clash 'kills 13' (0 replies)
  128. [World News]- Timeline: Recent major plane crashes (0 replies)
  129. Texas approves disputed syllabus (0 replies)
  130. Heart attack survivors 'fear sex' (0 replies)
  131. Pakistan arrests in NY bomb probe (0 replies)
  132. Merkel hosts key finance meeting (0 replies)
  133. Curfew extended across Thailand (0 replies)
  134. Greece braced for fresh strike (0 replies)
  135. 'N Korean torpedo' sank navy ship (0 replies)
  136. [World News]- U.S. weighs response to strike on S. Korea ship (0 replies)
  137. [World News]- S. Korea vows 'firm' action against North (0 replies)
  138. [World News]- Thai troops move against protest holdouts (0 replies)
  139. [World News]- Taliban attacks might signal new strategy (0 replies)
  140. [World News]- Land activist killed by gunmen in Colombia (0 replies)
  141. Obama 'to pursue Iran sanctions' (0 replies)
  142. [World News]- Obama and Calderon press for immigration fix (0 replies)
  143. [World News]- Inventor credited with creating ATM dies at 84 (0 replies)
  144. Mothers of US hikers arrive in Iran (0 replies)
  145. [World News]- Iran rejects UN sanctions resolution draft (0 replies)
  146. [World News]- Analysis: U.N. sanctions unlikely to stop Iran (0 replies)
  147. Gulf oil 'reaches major current' (0 replies)
  148. [World News]- Man caught at Puerto Rico airport with weapons (0 replies)
  149. [World News]- Sean Penn urges help for hospitals in Haiti (0 replies)
  150. [World News]- Calderon visit marred by poor translation (0 replies)
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