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Sudanese police question witnesses in US diplomat slaying

Posted: 01/02/2008 - Sudanese officials say John Granville -- an official for the U.S. Agency for International Development -- was being driven home when another vehicle cut off his car and opened fire before fleeing the scene.

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Winter storm snarls roads, closes schools

Posted: 01/02/2008 - In Ohio, schools are delaying or canceling classes as strong winds and heavy snow move through the state. Some parts could get up to five more inches of snow today. There are areas that already have as much as 15 inches on the ground.

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More flights, fewer crashes mark 2007 as good year for aviation safety

Posted: 01/02/2008 - The Aircraft Crashes Record Office in Geneva says there were 965 deaths in air crashes in 2007, a drop of 25 percent from the previous year. The office tracks all aviation accidents in which planes capable of carrying at least six passengers in addition to the crew are damaged beyond repair.

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Official says voting will be delayed at least a month

Posted: 01/02/2008 - A senior official on the country's Election Commission tells The Associated Press that a new date has been finalized. He indicated that it won't be before the second week of February, but the official wouldn't disclose the exact date before tomorrow's announcement.

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More than 30 killed in suicide attack in Baghdad

Posted: 01/02/2008 - Officials say a suicide bomber detonated a vest loaded with explosives at a Shiite funeral for a retired army officer who was one of at least 14 people killed in a car bombing in downtown Baghdad on Friday.

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Parts of New England hit with more snow

Posted: 01/01/2008 - Forecasters are expecting this storm to last into tomorrow and leave behind up to 18 inches of snow in parts of Maine and New Hampshire, and up to a foot in Vermont.

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Ringing in the new year worldwide

Posted: 01/01/2008 - In Thailand, an army spokesman says he thinks that five bombs set off by suspected Muslim insurgents in a tourist town likely targeted New Year's revelers. Twenty-seven people were wounded.

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Times Square ball goes green

Posted: 12/31/2007 - The star of the world-famous holiday extravaganza was revamped this year with more than 9,000 energy-efficient bulbs that use about the same amount of electricity as 10 toasters.

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3 killed after helicopter crashes in Alabama

Posted: 12/31/2007 - A Federal Aviation Administration spokesman says the helicopter crew had spotted a missing hunter and the crash occurred as the aircraft was hovering over his location.

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Hostage situation in Chicago ends after 10 hours

Posted: 12/31/2007 - Authorities say the man who held her has been taken into custody, but police have not provided details on how the situation ended or whether weapons were involved.

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Oakland zoo takes precautions at tiger exhibit

Posted: 12/31/2007 - Zoo officials say the concrete wall and chain-link fence surrounding the two tigers range from 13-and-a-half to 16 feet, and they're deciding how much higher to raise the wall.

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Record year of violence in Afghanistan

Posted: 12/31/2007 - Taliban militants killed more than 925 Afghan police, and a spokesman for the U.S. troops who train Afghan police and soldiers says it's going to "take a full court press" to train a quality national police and army.

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Opposition leader threatens street protests if elections delayed

Posted: 12/31/2007 - Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif tells The Associated Press that his party will not accept a postponement and says "We will agitate." He's also urging President Pervez Musharraf to step aside immediately in favor of a national unity government.

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