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- High Winds in Argentina Wreak Destruction, Killing Four
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- World Trade Organization In Crisis
- Hong Kong Consumers Unfazed By Bird Flu Virus
- Canadian Police Arrest Toronto Man Suspected of Spying for China
- 30,000 Anti-Government Protesters Face Riot Police in Thailand
- Aung San Suu Kyi Receives Honorary Doctorate from Australian University
- UN Fears for of a Lost Generation in Syria
- 1,000 Anti-Government Protesters Invade Thai Army Headquarters
- Pakistani Party Accuses CIA Chief in Islamabad of Murder Amid Drone Attacks
- Mexican Man Regains Independence After Double-Arm Transplant
- Panama Prosecutor Says N.Korean Ship Free, No Decision on Crew
- Anti-Government Protests Continue in Kiev, Ukraine
- Australia PM Tony Abbott Seeks Dialogue With Indonesia After Spy Scandal
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden meets Chinese visa applicants at his country's embassy in Beijing, encouraging them to "challenge the government". (Photo by Ng Han Guan-Pool/Getty Images)
New satellite images expose North Korea's vast infrastructure of repression in the form of political prison camps, says Amnesty International. The organization has rare interviews with a former prison guard and a surviving inmate who fled to South Korea.
Joint U.N./OPCW mission head Sigrid Kaag says they are waiting for approval for the use of a port for the trans-loading of Syrian chemical weapons material to U.S. ships for later destruction offshore.
Authorities search central Mexico for a truck they suspect was stolen by common thieves but carried dangerous radioactive medical material. Authorities suspect the thieves have no idea what they have stolen. (Photo by Yuri Cortez/AFP/Getty Images)
A Jordanian journalist held for 18 months in the Philippines is free, he and his two Filipino crewmen were kidnapped in June 2012 by Abu Sayyaf militants.
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden meets with Chinese President Xi Jingping and Vice President Li Yuanchao, where his main agenda is discussing China's air defense zone. (Photo by Lintao Zhang-Pool/Getty Images)
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South Korea says it is closely monitoring North Korea which has yet to confirm that leader Kim Jong Un's powerful uncle, Jang Song Thaek, has been dismissed from his posts.
At least four people are killed as high winds pound the capital and province of Buenos Aires, uprooting trees and overturning power lines, leaving thousands without power.
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A landslide has ripped through a southern Italian town, causing roads to disintegrate and buildings to sink into the ground.
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Situation in Fukushima remains "very complex and challenging" IAEA says. <br>(Photo by Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP/Getty Images)
Yemen signs the protocol for its official accession to join the World Trade Organisation (WTO) after more than a decade of negotiations. (Photo by Sonny Tumbelaka/AFP/Getty Images)
Seoul residents head out wearing masks and express concern as smog from China hits South Korea.
A four-year-old boy from eastern China exhibits extraordinary talent for playing snooker ball.
Mexico highlights rich fossil history with exhibit, showcasing remains of wild boar, complete mammoth and the teeth of a sabre-toothed tiger.<br>
Klitschko and other opposition leaders call for end to President Yanukovich's government and warn of a division of the country. (Photo by Genya Savilov/AFP/Getty Images)
Tests show that the engineer of a New York commuter train that went off the tracks, killing four people, was not drunk when the accident occurred, says the National Transportation Safety Board. (Photo by Timothy Clary/AFP/Getty Images)
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NATO's Rasmussen and U.S.'s Kerry urge the Ukraine government to uphold freedom of expression and listen to its people after the country's decision to spurn closer ties with the European Union under pressure from Russia. (Thierry Charlier/AFP/Getty Images)
Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov says the government is being blocked from performing its basic functions which could affect the payment of pensions and salaries.
The editor of Britain's Guardian newspaper, Alan Rusbridger, tells parliamentary committee he has published less than 1% of the information leaked by U.S. whistleblower Edward Snowden. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduros suggests latest blackout was due to 'sabotage'.
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Prince Harry bridges the gap between the two expeditions supported by his Endeavour Foundation. (Photo by Robert Leveritt WWTW via Getty Images)
Turmoil continues on the streets of Ukraine, and in parliament, as embattled President Viktor Yanukovich flies to China in search of economic aid.
More than a 100 cars and trucks crash in heavy morning fog in Belgium, leaving at least one person dead and dozens injured. (Photo by Kurt Desplenter/AFP/Getty Images)
Transparency International releases its perceived corruption index for 2013 in which it says Spain has fallen ten places while Greece has improved its ranking on last year.
The European Court of Human Rights starts hearing into whether Poland hosted a secret CIA jail on its soil, as alleged by two Guantanamo bay inmates. (Photo by Frederick Florin/AFP/Getty Images)
Washington is "deeply concerned" by China's attempt to change the status quo in the disputed East China sea, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden tells a joint news conference with Japanese Prime Minster in Tokyo. (Photo by Toru Yamanaka/AFP/Getty Images)
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