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State of Emergency Declared in Bahrain

Posted: 03/15/2011 - Bahrain state TV says a three-month state of emergency has been declared to try to quell political unrest threatening the monarchy.

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Meltdown Threat Rises at Japanese Nuclear Plant

Posted: 03/14/2011 - Water levels dropped precipitously Monday inside a stricken Japanese nuclear reactor, twice leaving the uranium fuel rods completely exposed and raising the threat of a meltdown.

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Clinton Spokesman Resigns After WikiLeaks Flap

Posted: 03/13/2011 - State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley quit on Sunday after causing a stir by describing the Army's treatment of the suspected WikiLeaks leaker as "ridiculous" and "stupid."

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Police Remove Protesters From Wisconsin Capitol

Updated: 07/19/2011 - Rallies against a bill that would take away public workers' collective bargaining rights have attracted thousands of protesters over the past several weeks.

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Gadhafi Re-Captures City

Posted: 03/09/2011 - Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi says his forces have recaptured a city just west of Tripoli that had fallen into rebel hands.

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Royal Wedding Website Launched

Posted: 03/07/2011 - The official website for the royal wedding between Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton launched Monday.

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White House still Weighing Options on Libya

Posted: 03/07/2011 - President Obama says that Gadhafi and his supporters will be held accountable for violence taking place in Libya. The U.S. and NATO are still considering military options, but are making no commitments.

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Libya Cuts Off the Internet

Posted: 03/04/2011 - All Internet service in and out of Libya has ceased. Analysts consider this an attempt by the government to prevent rebels from communicating, and new information about the insurrection from reaching the rest of the world.

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