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Facebook Unwelcome In Vietnam, But Zuckerberg OK

Posted: 12/27/2011 - Vietnam may block its citizens from using Facebook, but that didn't stop website founder Mark Zuckerberg from spending his vacation in the communist country.

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UK's Prince Philip To Leave Hospital

Posted: 12/27/2011 - Buckingham Palace officials say Britain's Prince Philip will leave the hospital after treatment for a blocked coronary artery.

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Philippine Storm Death Toll Goes Down To 1,249

Posted: 12/27/2011 - Philippine disaster management officials say the number of people who died in massive flash floods in the southern Mindanao region a week ago was smaller than earlier reported.

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Baghdad in Crisis

Posted: 12/26/2011 - 7 are killed in a suicide bombing in Baghdad Monday.

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London Subway Strike Delays Boxing Day Shoppers

Posted: 12/26/2011 - London's subway drivers have walked out over a pay dispute, causing trouble for thousands of shoppers out to take advantage of the traditional Boxing Day sales.

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UNESCO Cuts Funds For Palestinian Magazine

Posted: 12/23/2011 - The U.N.'s cultural agency says it's pulling funding for a Palestinian youth magazine over an "unacceptable" article suggesting admiration for Hitler.

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Ex-Ukraine PM Tymoshenko's Jail Sentence Upheld

Posted: 12/23/2011 - A Kiev court has upheld former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko's conviction and seven-year jail sentence, condemned as politically motivated by the West.

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Mythmaking Begins For North Korea's Next Leader

Posted: 12/22/2011 - Just before Kim Jong Il died, the skies glowed red above sacred Mount Paektu and the impenetrable sheet of ice at the heart of the mystical volcano cracked with a deafening roar.

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Militant Hamas Moves To Join PLO Umbrella

Posted: 12/22/2011 - The Hamas militant group has agreed to join the Palestine Liberation Organization -- a key step toward unifying the long-divided Palestinian leadership.

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Protesting Villagers In China Win Rare Compromise

Posted: 12/21/2011 - Southern Chinese authorities have given in to demands of protesting villagers after a nearly two-week standoff with police, releasing detainees and returning some confiscated land to farmers in a rare compromise.

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Afghanistan Opening First Major Train Service

Posted: 12/21/2011 - Officials say the first train has run on Afghanistan's first major railroad service. The new line in the country's north should ease the U.S. military's supply flow and is key to future trade.

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South Korean Officials Blasted Over Intel Lapses

Posted: 12/21/2011 - South Korea's main opposition party is calling for the dismissal of top intelligence, security and foreign affairs officials for failing to know about the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il before it was officially announced.

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