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Baghdad blasts kills at least 16 Insurgents have detonated two bombs near a convoy of US military vehicles in southern Baghdad, killing at least 16 people, Iraqi police say.
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Immoral, unjust, oppressive dictatorship. . . and then there #39;s <b>...</b> ROBERT MUGABES Government is pushing through legislation designed to prevent human rights organisations from operating in Zimbabwe.
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Ford to Cut 1,150 Jobs At British Jaguar Unit Ford Motor Co. announced Friday that it would eliminate 1,150 jobs in England to streamline its Jaguar Cars Ltd. unit, where weak sales have failed to offset spending on new products and other parts of the business.
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Palestinian gunmen kidnap CNN producer GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip -- Palestinian gunmen abducted a CNN producer in Gaza City on Monday, the network said. The network said Riyadh Ali was taken away at gunpoint from a CNN van.
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Bomb Blasts in Baghdad Kill at Least 35, Wound 120 Insurgents detonated three car bombs near a US military convoy in southern Baghdad on Thursday, killing at least 35 people and wounding around 120, many of them children, officials and doctors said.
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Marine Wives Rally A group of Marine wives are running for the family of a Marine Corps officer who was killed in Iraq.
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Auto Stocks Fall Despite Ford Outlook Despite a strong profit outlook from Ford Motor Co., shares of automotive stocks moved mostly lower Friday on concerns sales for the industry might not be as strong as previously expected.
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Mladin Release From Road Atlanta Australia #39;s Mat Mladin completed a winning double at the penultimate round of this year #39;s American AMA Chevrolet Superbike Championship after taking
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Suicide Bombings Kill 10 in Green Zone Insurgents hand-carried explosives into the most fortified section of Baghdad Thursday and detonated them within seconds of each other, killing 10 people and wounding 20.
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Lightning Strike Injures 40 on Texas Field (AP) AP - About 40 players and coaches with the Grapeland High School football team in East Texas were injured, two of them critically, when lightning struck near their practice field Tuesday evening, authorities said.
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Gordon Brown kicks awkward questions over touchline next May IT WAS a great kick; a wondrous kick; high and long - and executed with Eyes Wide Shut. Scotlands rugby selectors looking for an unshakeable kicker into touch while the opposing pack thunders towards him
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Mladin notches seventh Superbike win AUSTRALIAN Mat Mladin claimed his seventh win of the season today in the opening race of the US Superbike Championship double-header in Georgia.
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Mladin widens Superbike lead Braselton --- Mat Mladin took the first step toward sewing up a fifth AMA Superbike title, fighting off a charging Miguel Duhamel to win Saturday #39;s round of the weekend Suzuki Superbike Challenge.
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Malaysian PM expresses sadness over hostage tragedy in Russia Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi Saturday expressed sadness over hostage-taking tragedy in Russia that killed hundreds of innocent people.
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Saudi to fight terrorists with prayers Saudi Arabia said Friday it has advised the nation #39;s imams they should condemn terrorism and terrorists in prayers during the holy fasting month of Ramadan.
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Fischer Delivers Strong Message in Syria German Foreign Minister Fischer focused on economic ties between Syria and the EU as well as concerns over human rights and weapons of mass destruction in Syria during a visit to Damascus Saturday.
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Dozens killed in Baghdad car bomb More than twenty five people have died after a car bomb exploded in a busy commercial area outside a restaurant in west Baghdad. Husayn al-Shammari, an Iraqi journalist, told Aljazeera: quot;A car bomb detonated
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Tom Hauck/Getty Images 1. Rapper Snoop Dogg attended practice Tuesday with No. 1 USC as a guest wide receiver. The Trojans were delighted by the star #39;s presence, as were a group of pee-wee football players watching practice that day.
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Solidarity sit-ins held in West Bank People in many West Bank cities and towns have staged a general sit-in to express solidarity with fellow Palestinians held in Israeli jails, Aljazeera #39;s correspondent reports.
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Born to run THE HUMAN body is a long-distance running machine that came off the evolutionary assembly line about 2 million years ago, according to researchers writing in the journal Nature last week. That may be hard to believe given the current obesity problem and the attachment Homo sapiens have for their expensive, multifunctional easy chairs. But on closer look the theory makes ...
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BUZZ: New privacy concerns People who use public or workplace computers for e-mail, instant messaging and Web searching have a new privacy risk to worry about: Google #39;s free tool that indexes a PC #39;s contents for quickly locating data.
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Top nuclear official briefs Majlis committee TEHRAN (IRNA) -- Iran #39;s top nuclear official went to parliament Monday to brief its National Security and Foreign Policy Committee on the process of work on the country #39;s peaceful nuclear program.
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Update 1: Regulators Ask Prosecutors to Probe UFJ Financial regulators on Thursday asked prosecutors to investigate allegations that UFJ Holdings Inc. #39;s banking unit illegally obstructed recent inspections by reporting misleading information about its nonperforming loans.
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Iranian military officer reiterates quot;deterrent policy quot; An Iranian officer Sunday reiterated Iran #39;s quot;deterrent policy quot;, saying it has enabled the country to impose its position on the enemies under any condition, the official IRNA news agency reported.
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Gold touches 16-year high in Europe LONDON: Gold squeezed out another 16-year peak yesterday afternoon in Europe at \$437.40 per ounce, before shrinking back slightly with the euro after robust US data took the shine off bullion for non-US investors.
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Typhoon Tokage Kills at Least 51 in Japan (AP) AP - Japan's deadliest storm in more than a decade unleashed flash floods that washed away hillsides, killing up to 51 people before it veered east into the Pacific Ocean on Thursday. At least 30 people were missing.
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Message to Kerry: Investment income is income, too. Lets see how many weeks it takes before John Kerry and Co. stop repeating the now discredited statement that American households are not keeping pace with inflation.
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Eight Georgians abducted in Georgian breakaway region: police TBILISI : Armed men abducted eight Georgian civilians in Georgia #39;s breakaway region of South Ossetia, an area that last month saw fighting between Tbilisi and Ossetian forces, police said.
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Eight Georgians Abducted In Georgian Breakaway Region: Police TBILISI (AFP) - Armed men abducted eight Georgian civilians in Georgia #39;s breakaway region of South Ossetia, an area that last month saw fighting between Tbilisi and Ossetian forces, police said.
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NATO, Russia to discuss school siege NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer has called a meeting of NATO states and Russia on Tuesday to discuss the siege of a school by Chechen separatists in which more than 335 people died, a NATO spokesman said.
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U.S.C. Stays Atop A.P. Poll; Okla. Earns No. 2 U.S.C. received 46 first-place votes in The Associated Press poll released Sunday, eight fewer than last week.
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British hostage tried fleeing before death: report The portrait of Ken Bigley, who was murdered in Iraq October 7, stands in front of the congregation during a service at Liverpool #39;s Roman Catholic Cathedral on October 10.
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Ford boosts earnings outlook Detroit: The Ford Motor Company has surprised analysts by offering a brighter outlook for the third quarter and 2004 earnings, even as it announced it was swinging the axe at its luxury Jaguar division.
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Hadash Party joins prisoners #39; strike for 24 hours The Democratic Front for Peace and Equality Party (Hadash) is organizing a 24-hour hunger strike on Wednesday at a protest tent being set up at the Umm el-Fahm junction in solidarity with Palestinian security prisoners.
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Nuclear Test in North Korea? On September 11, the South Korean news agency Yonhap reported a huge blast and a 2.5 mile diameter mushroom cloud in North Korea 6 miles southwest of Yongjori Missile Base...on Thursday.
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China May Join \$10Bln Sakhalin-2 Russia said Thursday that China Petroleum amp; Chemical Corp., Asia #39;s biggest oil refiner, may join Royal Dutch/Shell Group #39;s Sakhalin-2 project in the Pacific and buy liquefied natural gas from the venture #39;s offshore fields.
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Video game exploits death of past president In light of concerns about video game violence, the release of a controversial new game isnt helping the issue. Very different from the games that are usually released each week, JFK Reloaded was released Monday.
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Web Site Part of Zook's Lasting Legacy (AP) AP - The webmasters got their wish. Florida finally decided to fireronzook.
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Life will never be the same again for Monster Cable Monster Cable Products Inc. is best known for selling premium-priced speaker wires connected to the back of home entertainment systems.
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XM Strikes Back Two weeks after its rival Sirius Satellite Radio (Nasdaq: SIRI) grabbed headlines by signing Howard Stern, XM Satellite Radio (Nasdaq: XMSR) disclosed late yesterday that it
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Pass interference Like thousands of other hopeful New England football fans, John T. Maguire bought a pair of Patriots season tickets in 1994, the same year Robert Kraft bought the team.
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They #39;re mum on the issues that matter most President George W. Bush indicates that democracy is just around the corner in Iraq yet daily reports say the more likely event there is a spiral downward toward civil war.
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Lycos Europe buys Tiscali Sweden Spray Network AB - a subsidiary of Lycos Europe - has become the latest outfit to buy one of Tiscali #39;s unwanted ISPs. Spray has agreed to cough up 13m (8.
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Seems that it may be time for credit check to be run Whenever it finally gets done, people will start handing out the credits. Let's make certain the list includes all the deserving parties.
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FX Platform FXall Launches Money Market Service LONDON (Reuters) - Multi-bank currency trading platform FXall has launched a money markets service, the company said on Wednesday.
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Bonds Reportedly Testified He Had Unknowingly Taken Steroids Barry Bonds testified to a grand jury that he used a clear substance and a cream given to him by a trainer, but said he didn't know they were steroids.
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8 million callers have kept cell numbers Nearly 8 million mobile-phone users have switched carriers and kept their cell numbers since a new rule allowing that flexibility took effect one year ago, the Federal Communications Commission said Wednesday, the one-year anniversary of the agencys
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Stadiums go high tech Here #39;s another baseball stat to go with your morning coffee and news that the St. Louis Cardinals have defeated the Houston Astros to advance to the World Series: In October, 613 fans logged onto the Astros
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Names in the Game Dressed in jeans and a white shirt, the men #39;s all-around champion in Athens appeared relaxed as he helped promote a 14-city gymnastics exhibition tour that kicks off at the Mohegan Sun Casino on Tuesday.
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The Politics of Time and Dispossession Make a commitment to subscribe, donate and/or place all of your book and other product orders from Amazon.com and others through MMN Shopping web-site by clicking here.
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