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Junta Engineers World Cup Coup for Thailand

Junta Engineers World Cup Coup for Thailand Thai junta delivers gift of free World Cup soccer, in pursuit of goal to bring back happiness...

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Police: Priests Attacked at Phoenix Church, 1 Dies

Police: Priests Attacked at Phoenix Church, 1 Dies Police: 1 priest killed, 1 critically wounded at Phoenix church in possible botched burglary...

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Oil Jumps to Near $106 on Iraq Violence

Oil Jumps to Near $106 on Iraq Violence Oil jumps to near $106 after violence escalates in Iraq, OPEC meeting...

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Photos: The Cathedrals of World Cup Soccer

Photos: The Cathedrals of World Cup Soccer The 12 stadiums of the World Cup are located throughout Brazil....

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Boeing, 5 Japanese Suppliers Ink 777X Deal

Boeing, 5 Japanese Suppliers Ink 777X Deal Boeing signs on 5 Japan manufacturers to make 21 pct of 777X jet, lower portion than for 787...

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10 Things to Know for Today

10 Things to Know for Today 10 Things to Know for Today...

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Suicide Bomber Hits Rouge Libyan General's Forces

Suicide Bomber Hits Rouge Libyan General's Forces Suicide bomber strikes forces loyal to Libya's rogue general near Benghazi, wound 3...

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N. Korean Leader Complains About Weather Service

N. Korean Leader Complains About Weather Service North Korean leader Kim complains about inaccurate weather service...

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Pope to World Cup: Overcome Racism, Greed in Sport

Pope to World Cup: Overcome Racism, Greed in Sport Pope to World Cup: Football can promote solidarity, shouldn't be exhibition of racism, greed...

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UK to Toughen Rules for Massive Forex Market

UK to Toughen Rules for Massive Forex Market UK Treasury chief to propose criminal sanctions covering foreign exchange trading...

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What Life is Like Today for O.J. Simpson

What Life is Like Today for O.J. Simpson Two decades after O.J. Simpson was famously acquitted for murder, the former football star is behind bars for a different crime, bulking up on processed foods and making friends with fellow inmates....

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Indian IT Outsourcer Infosys Names New CEO

Indian IT Outsourcer Infosys Names New CEO Indian IT outsourcer Infosys names new CEO as co-founder steps down...

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A to Z Guide to the 2014 World Cup

A to Z Guide to the 2014 World Cup The start of the 2014 World Cup is finally here....

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10 Images That Explain the OJ Simpson Trial

10 Images That Explain the OJ Simpson Trial It's been twenty years since O.J. Simpson's name was splashed across headlines in connection with the murder of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman....

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Fatal Crash Backs up GW Bridge Traffic

Fatal Crash Backs up GW Bridge Traffic Fatal truck crash backs up George Washington bridge traffic...

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OSCE Chief Visits Ukraine Refugees in Russia

OSCE Chief Visits Ukraine Refugees in Russia OSCE chief visits Ukraine refugees in Russia, calls for fighting to stop...

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For OPEC, the Price of Oil Is Just Right, for Now

For OPEC, the Price of Oil Is Just Right, for Now OPEC shielded from making tough calls as oil price stays high, US production meets demand...

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Priest Killed in Phoenix Church Shooting

Priest Killed in Phoenix Church Shooting One priest was killed and another was injured in a shooting at a Catholic church in Phoenix Wednesday, police told ABC News....

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Hurricane Cristina Strengthens to a Major Category 3 Storm off Mexico's Pacific Coast

Hurricane Cristina Strengthens to a Major Category 3 Storm off Mexico's Pacific Coast Hurricane Cristina strengthens to a major Category 3 storm off Mexico's Pacific coast...

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UK Court Says Terror Trial Be Partly Secret

UK Court Says Terror Trial Be Partly Secret UK appeals court says terror trial can partly be held in secret...

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