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Pakistan To Boycott Meeting Over Deadly NATO Raid

Posted: 11/29/2011 - Pakistan said Tuesday it will boycott an upcoming meeting in Germany on the future of Afghanistan to protest the deadly weekend attack by U.S.-led forces on its troops, widening the fallout from an incident that has sent ties between Washington and Islamabad into a tailspin.

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Beijing Police Question Artist Ai Weiwei's Wife

Posted: 11/29/2011 - The wife of activist Chinese artist Ai Weiwei says police questioned her for several hours and told her she is a suspect in an unspecified criminal case.

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India Invite To Foreign Retailers Stirs Backlash

Posted: 11/28/2011 - A broad and fiery backlash against India's new open-door policy for foreign retailers sparked fresh investor fears Monday about political risk and the stability of the Congress Party's coalition government.

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Syrian Economy Minister Blasts Arab Sanctions

Posted: 11/28/2011 - Syria's economy minister called newly approved Arab League sanctions "a dangerous precedent" that will harm ordinary people more than the regime.

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Prosecutors Drop Case Against German Ex-Minister

Posted: 11/23/2011 - German prosecutors have dropped an investigation into alleged copyright violations by Germany's former defense minister in exchange for a euro20,000 ($27,000) fine.

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Medvedev: Russia May Target Missile Defense Sites

Posted: 11/23/2011 - President Dmitry Medvedev says Russia will aim its missiles at the U.S. missile defense sites in Europe if Washington fails to address Russian concerns on its missile defense plans.

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Pakistani Taliban Declare Nationwide Cease-Fire

Posted: 11/22/2011 - A senior Pakistani Taliban commander says the movement has declared a cease-fire and halted attacks around the country in support of nascent peace talks with the government.

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Cairo's Government Resigns

Posted: 11/21/2011 - Army-appointed officials are making an apparent concession to thousands of protesters.

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Top Khmer Rouge Leaders' Trial Opens In Cambodia

Updated: 11/21/2011 - Cambodians were bluntly reminded of their tragic history Monday as the trial began of three top Khmer Rouge leaders accused of orchestrating Cambodia's "killing fields" in the late 1970s.

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Disgraced Ex-Boston Archbishop Leaves Rome Job

Posted: 11/21/2011 - Cardinal Bernard Law, who resigned in disgrace as Boston's archbishop in 2002 after the priest sex abuse scandal exploded in the United States, has left his subsequent job as head of a major Roman basilica.

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Soviet Spy Vitaly Shlykov Sies At 77

Posted: 11/21/2011 - Vitaly Shlykov, a former Soviet intelligence agent who spent years in a Swiss prison after being convicted of espionage and later became an internationally known military analyst, has died at 77.

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