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100 evacuated safely from cruise Ship after it struck ice off Antarctica

Posted: 11/23/2007 - A spokeswoman for the Canadian company that owns Explorer says it had completed an ecological tour of Antarctica when a chunk of ice tore a fist-sized hole in its hull. She describes the evacuation process as "calm" and says the Norwegian ship has enough room to accommodate all the passengers.

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It was a day to be thankful

Posted: 11/23/2007 - In Detroit, drizzle, snow and temperatures in the 30s didn't deter thousands of people from lining up to watch what the city calls America's Thanksgiving Parade.

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Lebanon's president orders army to take over security

Posted: 11/23/2007 - The president can't declare a state of emergency without the approval of the government -- but the president's spokesman says the government of the country's prime minister is considered unconstitutional.

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Battle of the bulge: Ex-sumo wrestler drops over 100 pounds

Posted: 11/23/2007 - A hospitalization for heart failure earlier in the year gave Yarbrough the motivation he needed to go see a weight loss specialist. His goal is to eventually weigh 550 pounds, improve his health and compete again in sports.

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United Nation meteorologists say Greenhouse gases are on the rise

Posted: 11/23/2007 - The agency says carbon dioxide is playing a bigger role in contributing to global warming. Eighty-seven percent of the warming effect was due to carbon dioxide over the last decade, but that number has risen to 91 percent in the last five years.

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Bombings in Iraq kill at least 27

Posted: 11/23/2007 - The attacks are among the deadliest in weeks and underscore warnings by senior American commanders that extremists still pose a threat to Iraq's fragile security.

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Israeli reserve officer charged as would-be spy for Iran

Posted: 11/23/2007 - Court documents and police allege Shamir sent e-mails and faxes to Iranian and Hamas officials saying he could provide them with classified information. They say he told interrogators after he was caught that he was motivated by "greed."

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Peacekeepers search homes of Radovan Karadzic's family

Posted: 11/23/2007 - Karadzic and his chief military henchman, Ratko Mladic, are wanted for genocide in a number of war crimes including the slaughter of as many as 8,000 Muslim men and boys in the town of Srebrenica in 1995.

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