BP Gears Up For New Method To Stop Spill

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By: Lindsay Liepman

Six weeks after oil began gushing into the Gulf of Mexico, BP engineers are still trying to come up with a way to stop the flow. Their so-called "top-kill: method failed over the w..
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Mexico celebrates as freedom fighters' skulls, bones studied

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By: WINK Administrator

Experts are examining the exhumed remains of men who fought for Mexico\'s independence as part of the country\'s bicentennial celebration.
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South Korea takes battle over sunken warship to Twitter

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By: WINK Administrator

South Korea\'s defense ministry will show wreckage of a sunken ship to a group of Twitter users in an effort to dispel doubts among young skeptics about its investigation blaming North Korea for attacking the vessel, state media said Monday.
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Israeli military boards ship in Gaza flotilla

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By: WINK Administrator

Israeli soldiers board a Turkish boat carrying aid for the Palestinian territory of Gaza during a pre-dawn raid, the Free Gaza Movement says.
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Officers arrest 'person of interest' on diverted plane

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By: WINK Administrator

An Aeromexico flight from France to Mexico was diverted to Montreal, Canada, Sunday because a \"person of interest\" was on board, a Transportation Security Administration spokesman said.
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Top Colombian presidential candidates face runoff

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By: WINK Administrator

Colombians will go to the polls on Sunday in a tight presidential race that many didn\'t expect would be so close just a few months ago.
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Agatha leaves dozens dead in Guatemala

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By: WINK Administrator

The remnants of Tropical Storm Agatha were headed into the Caribbean Sea late Sunday after leaving behind more than 80 dead in Guatemala and El Salvador, authorities in those countries reported.
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Convoy resumes journey toward Gaza

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By: WINK Administrator

Defying an Israeli blockade, a convoy of ships carrying food and aid will resume its journey toward Gaza on Sunday afternoon after mechanical problems caused a delay.
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Will oil and hurricanes mix into a bigger disaster?

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By: Jeremiah Jacobsen

VENICE, La. (AP) - As hurricane season approaches, the giant oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is taking weather forecasters into nearly uncharted waters.The Gulf is a superhighway f..
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More than 20 bodies found in Mexican mine

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: Jeremiah Jacobsen

MEXICO CITY (AP) - Mexico's federal police commissioner says between 20 and 25 corpses have been recovered from an abandoned silver mine, apparently victims of drug gang violence.&..
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Roadside blast kills 6 Afghan police

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By: WINK Administrator

Six Afghan policemen were killed and two others injured Sunday in a roadside mine explosion, according to the governor of Afghanistan\'s Badakhsan province.
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Official: Iranian shelling kills girl in Iraq

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By: WINK Administrator

A 14-year-old Iraqi girl was killed Sunday and dozens of families fled their homes to escape Iranian artillery shells in northern Iraq, according to a Kurdish Regional Security Forces spokesman.
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BP exec says oil company is learning from failures

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By: Jessica Hehir

WASHINGTON (AP) - A BP executive says BP will learn from its failed attempts to stop the Gulf oil spill and apply those lessons to its next try. BP managing director Robert Dudley ..
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Mexican prison warden dismembered

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: WINK Administrator

A prison warden in the Mexican state of Morelos was abducted as he reported to work Saturday morning and his dismembered body was found later in four locations in the city of Cuernavaca, the government-run Notimex agency reported.
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Deaths rising in Central America from Tropical Storm Agatha

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: Jessica Hehir

GUATEMALA CITY (AP) - Central American authorities say at least 83 people have been killed in flooding and landslides associated with the region's first tropical storm of the year...
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Bush family celebrates wedding of Jeb's youngest

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By: Jessica Hehir

MIAMI (AP) - Generations of a Republican dynasty are in Miami this weekend to celebrate the wedding of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush's youngest son. Presidents George Herbert Walker..
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Suspected pirate attacks disrupted

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By: WINK Administrator

The Seychelles Coast Guard and the Australian navy separately disrupted two potential pirate attacks in the Gulf of Aden, officials said Sunday.
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U.K. minister resigns over expenses claim

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By: WINK Administrator

The Cabinet minister responsible for slashing Britain\'s crippling deficit has admitted using taxpayers\' money to rent rooms from his male partner, as the expenses scandal came back to haunt the new coalition government.
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Deadly storm hits Central America

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By: WINK Administrator

Tropical Depression Agatha unleashed torrential rains over Guatemala, southeast Mexico and El Salvador, triggering flash floods and mudslides.
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Canadian commander in Afghanistan out

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By: WINK Administrator

Brig. Gen. Daniel Menard, the chief of the Canadian forces in Afghanistan, has been relieved of duty following allegations of an inappropriate relationship, the country\'s military said.
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