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Briton Hits Water After Elastic Cord Flies Loose

Bungee HorrorAs he hurtled towards the water at 80mph on a bungee jump, Rishi Baveja anxiously awaited the moment when the

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Hero Teenager Saves More than 30 Lives

Rampaging floods in the PhilippinesA hero teenager gave his life to rescue more than 30 people - including mothers and children - from floods

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Hiroshima Calls for Nuke-Free World

HiroshimaThe Japanese city of Hiroshima today marked the 64th anniversary of the world's first atomic attack as its

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Three British Motorcyclists Killed After Driving on the Wrong Side of the Road

Riders KilledThe families of three British motorcyclists killed last night in a horrific crash while on a touring holiday

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Obama honeymoon with Venezuela's Chavez may be over

Obama and ChavezWhen Venezuela's socialist leader Hugo Chavez told US President Barack Obama in April he wanted to be his

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Obama Preparing for Diplomatic Dance at UN

President ObamaUS President Barack Obama is in for a long week at the United Nations General Assembly. When the discussions

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Marriott Hotel Suicide Bomber Only a Teenager

Abu Bashir blessed the suicide bombers. skynews photoTHE suicide bomber who detonated himself in Jakarta's Marriott Hotel was just a teenager, probably only 16 or

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Obama set to infuriate Europe by scrapping Bush plans for missile defence shield

Missile Defence ShieldU.S. President Barack Obama is set to infuriate Europe with the announcement that he is to scrap a

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‘New Moment of Promise’ For Africa?

photo credit: ReutersAs expected, U.S. President Barack Obama’s speech to Africa in Accra had plenty to say on the importance of

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Photographer captures dramatic lightning on early morning drive

Photo- Frank FennemaIf woken by a tumultuous storm outside, most of us will wisely pull the covers over our heads and try to go

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ALBA New Bank President

César Augusto Giral photo credit: rnvCaracas - Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez, appointed Cesar Augusto Giral as regular director of the

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Arrests Follow Plot to Blow Up Dubai Tower

Dubai TowerThe defense apparatus in the United Arab Emirates arrested 45 suspects, most of them Palestinian and

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Gone Again: T&T Attorney General Quits

Attorney General John JeremieAttorney General John Jeremie has submitted his resignation to Prime Minister Patrick Manning, less than a

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Protest Against Obama's Spending in Tea-Party Demonstration

Protest- dailymail photoUp to two million people marched to the U.S. Capitol today, carrying signs with slogans such as "Obamacare

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Crisis Talks: OECS Focuses on Global Downturn

Dominicas PMFinance Ministers from the sub-regional Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) meet  on Friday to

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PM of Taiwan Quits Over Typhoon Response

iu Chao-shiuanThe prime minister of Taiwan resigned Monday because of the government’s widely criticized response to a

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Chávez Expands His Influence Into The Caribbean

Hugo ChávezAmid the lush beauty and black, sandy beaches of the cash-strapped island of Dominica, Venezuelan President

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Gunmen Slay 18 in Mexican Drug Centre

Mexican Army soldiers patrol the Mariscal neighbourhood in Ciudad JuarezAT least 18 people were killed when gunmen stormed into a drug treatment centre in northern Mexico's

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Congressman Blasts Jackson as 'Pervert, Low-Life'

Congressman Peter KingCongressman Peter King may want to be senator of all New York but his comments in recent years, including on

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Jaycee Dugard's Sex Slave Horror Exposed

Jaycee Lee DugardAccused sex slave kidnapper Phillip Garrido's captive daughters looked like "lifeless, brainwashed zombies"

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Costa Rica Tops List of 'Happiest' Nations

Costa Rica peopleForget Disneyland! Costa Rica is the happiest place in the world, according to an independent research group

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Legendary Senator Passes Away

Ted KennedyLegendary Senator Ted Kennedy has died at age 77, losing his battle to brain cancer. In May 2008 doctors

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India Decriminalizes Gay Sex

AP photoIn what many are calling "India's Stonewall", the New Delhi High Court on Thursday decriminalized homosexual…

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Thousands Flee Fires in Athens

ABC photoFirefighters have waged a titanic effort to contain a massive fire in Athens' eastern suburbs that scorched a

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Could CARICOM Come Crashing Down Over The `Ethnic Cleansing` Of Guyanese From Barbados?

Barbados PM David ThompsonThere seems to be the mother of a row brewing over the seeming discrimination, early morning raids on their…

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France and Germany Exit Recession

ShoppingThe French and German economies both grew by 0.3% between April and June, bringing to an end year-long

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Honduras Saved From 'Chavismo'

Roberto MichelettiThe interim president picked to rule Honduras after the army ousted leftist President Manuel Zelaya said on…

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Jihadist Websites Make Recruiting Terrorists Easy

Jihadist websites A RETIRED FBI boss has told a Gold Coast conference that more than 10,000 recruiting websites mean anyone can

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Top London Law Firm Apparently Benefited From Caribbean Slave Owners

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringerhe founder of a top law firm in London benefited from Caribbean slaves, records from the National Archives…

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