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Russian sailor charged in submarine tragedy

Posted: 11/24/2008 - Russian news agencies say authorities have charged a sailor with fatal negligence in the deaths of 20 people aboard a nuclear submarine this month.

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Gadhafi son: Libya wants to invest in US

Posted: 11/21/2008 - The son of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi says Libya wants to put some of its $100 billion investment fund into American business and send thousands of students to study in the United States.

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Gates: More US forces for Afghan vote

Posted: 11/21/2008 - Defense Secretary Robert Gates says he would like to see significant numbers of U.S. forces go into Afghanistan before planned national elections there next year.

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Pope pondering change to Mass liturgy

Updated: 11/21/2008 - A high-ranking Vatican official says Pope Benedict XVI is considering introducing a change to the Mass liturgy.

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US renews appeal to Iran on missing American

Posted: 11/21/2008 - The State Department has renewed an appeal to Iran for information about a former FBI agent, Floridian Robert Levinson, who went missing in Iranian territory 20 months ago.

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Canada's inflation rate drops almost a full point

Posted: 11/21/2008 - Consumer prices in Canada tumbled last month in their steepest one-month drop since 1959, as falling energy prices cut the annual inflation rate by almost a full point in September.

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White S. African sentenced for racist killings

Posted: 11/21/2008 - A white teenager has received four life sentences for a shooting spree that killed four blacks and wounded eight, re-igniting racial tensions in post-apartheid South Africa.

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Gates details role for additional US forces in Afghanistan

Updated: 11/21/2008 - Defense Secretary Robert Gates is telling allies that the additional U.S. forces to be sent to Afghanistan war must be shared across the country's southern region, where the bulk of fighting has been taking place.

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Mandela group presses ahead with visit to Zimbabwe

Posted: 11/20/2008 - Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and others are pressing ahead with a humanitarian mission to Zimbabwe, though the state newspaper in the troubled southern African country has signaled they are unwelcome.

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