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Honduras’ top anti-drug official killed Tuesday

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras - Gunmen on motorcycles ambushed and killed Honduras’ top anti-drug official in the capital Tuesday, just two months before he planned to retire and move to Canada.


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Woods’ mother-in-law released from Fla. hospital

OCOEE, Fla. - Tiger Woods’ mother-in-law was rushed to a hospital early Tuesday, touching off the second media frenzy in two weeks surrounding the pro golfer’s carefully guarded private life.



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Mo. teen pleads not guilty to killing 9-year-old neighbor

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - A 15-year-old Missouri girl pleaded not guilty Tuesday to killing a 9-year-old neighbor who authorities say was slain because the teen wanted to know what it felt like to kill someone.


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City commemorates 4th-century bishop

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Hundreds of people cram into the brick walls of the Basilica of Saint Ambrose as the smoke from the incense billows into the high ceilings of the church.


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Scarred past, hopeful Wednesdays

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“We want justice,” reads the sign of one of the protesters supporting the South Korean “comfort women’s” protest at the Japanese embassy in Seoul, South Korea.



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France: A horror story

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Our program director meant for it to be an end-of-semester discussion of the cultural differences between France and the United States.


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Nuns offer 128M euros to compensate for abuse

A major Irish order of Roman Catholic nuns, the Sisters of Mercy, offered Thursday to pay child abuse victims, the government and charities a further 128 million euros, which is $193.5 million, to compensate for decades of abuse in its schools and orphanages.


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Guinea president shot by guard, status unsure

A renegade faction of Guinea’s presidential guard opened fire Thursday on the African country’s leader, a government spokesman said, amid rumors of deep divisions within the army. It was not immediately clear if he was wounded.


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Ohio serial killer suspect pleads insanity Thursday

A registered sex offender accused of killing 11 women pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to all charges Thursday, a plea that will leave the legal system to decide whether a sane person can live for years with 10 bodies and a skull.


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School’s out for summer

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It’s always difficult to regain focus after Thanksgiving break and push on through the end of the semester. Fortunately, here in Chile, the semester is already complete.


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Nazi victims’ families testify at Demjanjuk trial

MUNICH - Rudolf Salomon Cortissos sobbed as he told a Munich court about the letter his mother had written on May 17, 1943 – four days before she was gassed in the Nazis’ Sobibor death camp with some 2,300 other Dutch Jews.


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Jury indicts Ohio man accused of living with bodies

CLEVELAND - A registered sex offender attacked 14 women and killed 11 of them, leaving their remains in and around his home, a prosecutor said Tuesday after announcing a grand jury indictment against the suspected serial killer.






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Project prison runway

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MILAN - Here, jailbirds are transformed into designers. I watched as needles traveled up and down, sewing together the plush fabric that will eventually be worked into one of the magnificently detailed costumes for the world-renowned La Scala opera house.