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Greece Believes In Debt Deal Despite Interest Cap

Posted: 01/24/2012 - Greece's finance minister believes his country will be able to reach a deal with private bondholders to cut its debt, despite tougher terms set by its eurozone partners.

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Ethiopia Says Their Troops Did Not Shoot Tourists

Posted: 01/24/2012 - A high-ranking Ethiopian government official says a rebel group's claim that Ethiopian troops killed five European tourists during a gun battle is "pure fiction".

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Kenya May Set Up Postelection Violence Tribunal

Posted: 01/24/2012 - Kenya's attorney general says the country is looking at setting up a special court to deal with cases stemming from Kenya's 2007-08 post-election violence.

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Officials: Car Bombs Kill 14 Across Baghdad

Posted: 01/24/2012 - Surging violence in Iraq since the departure of U.S. troops has left at least another 14 people dead across the capital today in a wave of car bombings.

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Fireworks, Feasts To Celebrate Year Of Dragon

Posted: 01/23/2012 - Millions of ethnic Chinese, Koreans and Vietnamese across Asia are ringing in the new Year of the Dragon with fireworks, feasting and family reunions.

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Divers Resume Search Of Capsized Ship

Updated: 01/22/2012 - Divers are resuming the search of the wreckage of the capsized Costa Concordia after data indicated the cruise ship had stabilized in the sea off Tuscany.

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Grounded Ship Shifts Overnight, Rescue Ops Halted

Posted: 01/20/2012 - The cruise ship grounded off Tuscany has again shifted on its rocky perch, forcing the supension of search and rescue operations for the 21 people still missing.

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Greek Bond Talks Set to Continue Friday

Posted: 01/20/2012 - Talks with representatives of private holders of Greek bonds have made progress and will resume Friday, according to a statement put out by the Institute of International, which represents the bondholders.

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Ethiopia: Journalists, Politician Found Guilty

Posted: 01/19/2012 - A lawyer in Ethiopia says that a judge has found a group of three journalists, a politician and one other person guilty of conspiring to commit acts of terrorism.

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Ex-UK Official: Spies Did Use Fake Rock In Moscow

Posted: 01/19/2012 - Tony Blair's former chief of staff says Russia was correct to accuse Britain of using a fake rock fitted with communications equipment hidden in a Moscow park to receive intelligence.

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