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Venezuelan Manhunt Underway for Opposition Leader
Venezuelan security forces raided the homes of Leopoldo Lopez and his parents, looking to arrest the hard-line opposition leader who President Nicolas Maduro blames for three deaths at recent anti-government protests. Lopez, who hasn't been seen since ...
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A Florida man killed a 17 foot, 8 inch python in Florida, the second largest python ever caught and killed in the state.
A truck plowing snow sent an avalanche of ice and snow into a restaurant, knocking out the storefront as it drove past.
Russian authorities have arrested a prominent community leader from the country's Circassian ethnic minority. The arrest took place on Friday night in the same province where the Winter Olympics are currently being held.
Scores of SA miners feared trapped
Scores of illegal miners are feared trapped in an abandoned gold shaft near Johannesburg, South African emergency officials say. Emergency services told Reuters that they were communicating with a group of 30 miners trapped near the top of the mine by ...
South Africa: dozens of illegal miners trappedWashington Post
200 miners trapped underground in South AfricaTelegraph.co.uk
More Than 200 Miners Trapped: Emergency ServicesNBCNews.com
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18 Feared Dead in Nepal Air Crash
New York Times
KATMANDU, Nepal — A Nepal Airlines plane bound for the city of Jumla from Katmandu, the capital, crashed in the forests of western Nepal on Sunday, almost certainly killing all 18 people aboard, officials said. An official at Tribhuvuwan International Airport ...
Plane missing in western Nepal with 18 on boardBBC News
18 feared killed in Nepal passenger plane crashHindustan Times
Nepal Airlines plane carrying 18 passengers missing on flight from Pokhara to ...ABC Online
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Sinai Explosion Kills Four People
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—A bus carrying tourists inside a resort town along the Egypt and Israel border exploded on Sunday, killing at least four people and injuring 31 more, in what authorities labeled a terrorist attack. The apparent terrorist attack would be the first aimed at ...
Blast hits tourist bus on Egypt side of Israel borderHaaretz
South Korean tourists killed in blast on Egyptian-Israeli borderLos Angeles Times
Explosion kills 4 Korean tourists in Sinai, Egyptian security officials sayFox News
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At least three people died and 14 were wounded Sunday by an explosion on a tourist bus in the Egyptian resort town of Taba, an official with the Egyptian Foreign Ministry said.
A Florida jury convicted Michael Dunn on four charges related to his shooting into an SUV full of teenagers during an argument over loud music.
Teen Satanist: I've Killed at Least 22
A teen satanist in a Pennsylavnia prison claims she has killed nearly two dozen people in different parts of the country, according to a report in a local newspaper. "When I hit 22, I stopped counting," Miranda Barbour said in an jailhouse interview with local ...
Accused 'Craigslist' killer claims more slayingsDetroit Free Press
Pa. woman admits killing man she met on Craigslist, claims she killed othersFox News
Murder-charge satanist woman claims to have killed at least 23Irish Examiner
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Americans Weibrecht and Miller Win Medals in Super-G
New York Times
Bode Miller, who didn't think his time would be good enough for a medal, was emotional with his wife, Morgan Beck, after winning a bronze. Doug Mills/The New York Times. KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia — The United States ski team finally found some ...
Super-G champ Jansrud lives gold fairytale after injuryAFP
Norway, Czech Republic Win First Two of Five Olympic Medal Events SundayVoice of America
Jansrud Wins Super-G, Miller Becomes Oldest Alpine MedalistBloomberg
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San Francisco Chronicle
Possible radiation leak at New Mexico military nuclear waste site
(Reuters) - Unusually high levels of radioactive particles were found at an underground nuclear waste site in New Mexico on Saturday in what a spokesman said looked like the first real alarm since the plant opened in 1999. U.S. officials were testing for ...
Crews monitor NM nuclear repository for radiationBoston.com
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US-Russia hockey: No medals at stake, but good as gold
Photos: View Photo Gallery: The Americans face Russia in men's hockey, Julia Mancuso struggles in Super-G and the rest of the best photos from Day 8 in Sochi. SOCHI, Russia COLUMN | — They launched themselves into each other at warp speeds.
TJ Oshie is US hockey's secret shootout weaponUSA TODAY
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Rescue workers will scour central Colorado mountains Sunday for two skiers missing after an avalanche.
Kerry Burnishes His Green Badge in Asia Ahead of Keystone Call
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will highlight the impact of global warming on Asian nations in a speech today in the world's largest exporter of coal for power plants, seeking to burnish his credentials as a climate champion before deciding on the proposed ...
Kerry, in Indonesia, presses climate change action after sealing cooperation ...Fox News
Kerry pushes China on N. Korea nuclear programPhilly.com
John Kerry to urge climate action in Indonesia addressBBC News
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