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Apr. 23, 2009
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Apr. 22, 2009
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Apr. 22, 2009
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Apr. 22, 2009
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Apr. 22, 2009
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Apr. 22, 2009
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Apr. 22, 2009
Apr. 22, 2009
Thirty percent of active users must vote in order for it to be binding.
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Apr. 21, 2009
A Peruvian lawyer says Venezuelan opposition leader Manuel Rosales has requested political asylum in Peru.
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Apr. 21, 2009
Syrian Prime Minister Naji al-Otari's two-day visit to Baghdad is aimed at easing long-standing tensions between the two neighbors that flared last year when U.S. forces raided a Syrian village over the border from Iraq in an operation that targeted militants.
Apr. 21, 2009
University is partnering with the Petroleum Institute in UAE.
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Apr. 21, 2009
The United Nations and others have called for a negotiated truce to allow civilians to leave the rebel-held coastal strip — and the government says more than 52,000 had escaped since Monday.
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Apr. 21, 2009
Ahmadinejad may have decided to drop the Holocaust phrase that was in his original text to deliver his condemnation of Israel in a more palatable fashion for many countries.
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Apr. 21, 2009
The long stretch of relative calm in Baghdad is sparking a marriage boom.
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Apr. 20, 2009
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