Diamonds aren't forever? De Beers to cut supply

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State media: Dozens killed in southern Darfur clashes

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Fighting in southern Darfur killed dozens of people over the weekend as soldiers from Sudan\'s People\'s Liberation Army clashed with armed members of an Arab tribe, state media reported Sunday.
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Cubans take to the polls amid criticism and protest

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Cubans hit the polls across the country Sunday, voting in municipal assembly elections that the government hopes will soften criticism about democracy -- or lack thereof -- in the communist nation.
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Efforts to stop leak under way after oil rig explosion

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Efforts were under way Sunday to contain and stop oil leaking from a well after a rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, the U.S. Coast Guard said.
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Al Qaeda confirms death of 2 top leaders

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Al Qaeda in Iraq has confirmed in a statement posted online that two of its two most senior leaders have been killed.
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Thousands expected at Lebanon march for secularism

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Thousands of Lebanese are expected to take to the streets Sunday to call for an end to the country\'s deep-rooted sectarian system.
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Five new missiles tested, Iran says

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Iran said Sunday it fired five new types of locally made coast-to-sea and sea-to-sea missiles in the last stage of its \"Great Prophet 5\" maneuvers in the Persian Gulf. | NO OIL DEAL IN UGANDA | MINISTER MEETS WITH IAEA |
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Thai PM's surprise over violent protests

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Thailand\'s prime minister acknowledged on Sunday he did not expect protesters would use weapons and apply violence toward authority.
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Report: Close-range blast sank S. Korean ship

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An explosion at close range, and not a direct hit, caused the 1,200-ton patrol ship Cheonan to sink last month, a team of South Korean military and civilian investigators has tentatively concluded.
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Source: Thai PM rejects protesters' demand

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Thailand\'s prime minister Saturday rejected a call from anti-government protesters to dissolve the country\'s parliament in 30 days, a close aide to the leader told CNN, saying that other groups\' political opinions must be taken into consideration before any such action is taken.
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Thousands protest Russia-Ukraine deal

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Thousands of opposition demonstrators marched in front of the parliament building in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, protesting a deal reached earlier this week to extend Russia\'s military presence in the former Soviet Republic, national news media reported.
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Boy, 17, among dead in Juarez shootout

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Seven people -- including six police officers and a 17-year-old boy -- were killed Friday in a noon shootout in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, the city\'s mayor said. Gunmen attacked police with AK-47s, he said.
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Uganda decries nukes during Ahmadinejad visit

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The Ugandan president called for a \"nuclear weapons-free world\" during a visit with his Iranian counterpart to discuss bilateral issues with the east African nation.
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Abbas: Temporary borders would be a 'trap'

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Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said Saturday that he would not accept a Palestinian state with temporary borders and described an Israeli proposal for such an arrangement as a \"trap.\"
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Cult leader Schaefer dies in Chile

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Paul Schaefer, a former Nazi who fled Germany in 1961 and founded a cult-like commune in Chile, died Saturday in a prison hospital.
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Body found in sunken South Korea vessel

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The body of a missing sailor was recovered in the wreckage of a South Korean ship that went down in the Yellow Sea in March, Yonhap news agency reported Saturday.
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Coast Guard: No oil leak from sunken rig; locals share concerns over drilling

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By: Mia Carter

 NEW ORLEANS, La. - No oil appeared to be leaking after a drilling rig exploded and sank in the Gulf of Mexico, the Coast Guard said Friday, though officials were trying to co..
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Eye on the Nation: Dozens of tornadoes reported; missing Ohio woman found in Florida

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FORT MYERS, Fla. - WINK News brings you the latest information on the overnight tornadoes -- totaling more than two dozen -- that struck the nation's mid-section. Also, we'll updat..
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Medicaid looms as unresolved Fla. budget issue

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - The Senate's top budget-writer says overhauling Florida's Medicaid program remains a key unresolved issue. Ways and Means Committee Chairman JD Alexander, R-Lak..
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On the Money: Dems gear up for financial reform showdown

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By: Mia Carter

FORT MYERS, Fla. - In April 23, 2010's installment of On the Money, WINK News brings you the latest on the Democrats who are gearing up for a Senate showdown over financial reform...
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