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Police stepped up patrolling overnight in the resort area of Los Cabos, where looters stripped many stores of goods and tens of thousands faced a fourth day without water or power Thursday in the aftermath of Hurricane Odile.
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Bangladesh empowers parliament to impeach judges

Julhas Alam, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 10:21pm
Bangladesh's parliament now has the authority to impeach Supreme Court judges after lawmakers late Wednesday voted to approve a much-debated amendment to the constitution.
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AP Interview: Silva seeks grassroots Brazil reform

Brad Brooks, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 10:11pm
Front-running presidential candidate Marina Silva says the key to her support among millions of Brazilians who joined in anti-government protests last year is her understanding that reforming a broken political system will come from the ground up.
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Doctor: Ford to undergo 40 days of chemotherapy

Rob Gillies, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 10:11pm
Doctors say Toronto Mayor Rob Ford will undergo 40 days of chemotherapy to treat a rare and difficult-to-beat cancer that forced him to drop his bid for re-election.
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AP PHOTOS: Survivor of Peru massacre guides team

Rodrigo Abd, Franklin Briceno, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 10:11pm
This remote hamlet on fertile Andean slopes beside the Apurimac river has been a ghost town for three decades, inhabited only by the buried bodies of villagers slain by security forces who considered them rebel sympathizers.
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Japan, neighbors agree to moves to protect eels

The Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 9:30pm
Japan has agreed to cut purchases of eel fry from neighboring East Asian countries by 20 percent as part of moves to protect the endangered species.
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Los Cabos in a mess 3 days after Odile's wrath

Alba Mora Roca, Victor Caivano, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 9:00pm
Desperate locals and tourists were in survival mode in the resort area of Los Cabos on Wednesday, with electrical and water service still out three days after Hurricane Odile made landfall as a monster Category 3 storm.
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Fiji's military ruler headed for big election win

Nick Perry, Pita Ligaiula, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 7:31pm
Fiji's military ruler for the past eight years appeared to be headed to a decisive victory Thursday to become the South Pacific nation's elected leader.
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US official: Venezuela fighting drug trafficking

The Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 6:50pm
Even as the U.S. and Venezuela publicly feud about the role the South American country plays in fighting drug smuggling, there are signs the two nations may not be as far apart on the issue as it seems.
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AP Interview: Brazil's Silva wants better US ties

Brad Brooks, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 6:41pm
Marina Silva, a front-running presidential candidate who grew up in the Amazon jungle and could become the first black to lead Brazil's government, said Wednesday that if elected she'll improve ties with the U.S. and strongly push for human rights in nations like Cuba.
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Doctor says Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has cancer

Rob Gillies, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 5:50pm
Toronto's embattled mayor has a rare and difficult cancer that will require aggressive chemotherapy, his doctor said Wednesday, days after Rob Ford's dramatic announcement that he was pulling out of a re-election campaign.
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Australian police detain 15 people in the country's largest counterterrorism operation

The Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 5:50pm
Australian police detain 15 people in the country's largest counterterrorism operation.
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Bahamas imposes new immigration restrictions

The Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 5:41pm
The Bahamas' government announced a measure Wednesday aimed at making it harder for migrants to work in the island chain and said it was considering additional restrictions as part of a plan that appeared mostly aimed at the large numbers of Haitians who have settled in the country in recent years.
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AP Interview: Iraq premier nixes US ground troops

Vivian Salama, Qassim Abdul-Zahra, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 5:31pm
Iraq's new prime minister ruled out stationing U.S. ground troops in his country, chiding the international community Wednesday for inaction in Syria and lamenting the "puzzling" exclusion of neighboring Iran from the coalition being assembled to fight the Islamic State group.
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Colombia's ex-President Uribe grilled by lawmakers

Joshua Goodman, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 4:40pm
Former President Alvaro Uribe was grilled by lawmakers Wednesday over allegations of ties to drug traffickers and right-wing paramilitaries, accusations that have dogged him over decades in Colombia's politics.
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Doctor says Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has cancer

The Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 3:21pm
Doctor says Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has cancer.
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Israeli rising star quits politics

The Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 3:01pm
A rising political star seen as a potential successor to Israel's prime minister has announced he will quit politics in a surprise move.
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Ukraine's president addresses Canadian Parliament

The Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 2:21pm
Ukraine's President says his country has "crossed the Rubicon" to a new westward-looking future that leaves behind the darkness of its Russian past.
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More civilian deaths in eastern Ukraine

The Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 1:21pm
Despite a nearly two-week-old cease-fire in eastern Ukraine, the number of civilian casualties from fighting in the region is increasing. Shelling in rebel-held areas killed at least 12 civilians today.
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Liberia president praises US for Ebola help pledge

Jonathan Paye-Layleh, Maria Cheng, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 1:10pm
People critically ill with Ebola languishing in an ambulance for hours as paramedics seek a place for them. Treatment centers filling up as soon as they are opened. The situation is so dire in Liberia that its president welcomed a U.S. pledge to send troops and treatment centers, but said much more needs to be done.
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Desperate Gazans flee to Europe in risky sea trips

Karin Laub, Ibrahim Barzak, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 1:10pm
The university student was desperate to flee Gaza after suffering through years of border closures and three wars.
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Attacks kill at least 11 in Iraq

Sameer N. Yacoub, Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 1:00pm
A suicide car bombing on a security post outside Baghdad and explosion on a crowded commercial street in the Iraqi capital killed at least 11 people Wednesday, officials said.
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UN: Syrian militants kept weapons of Fijian troops

The Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 12:51pm
The United Nations says Syrian militants did not return the weapons, uniforms and cars taken from 45 Fijian peacekeepers who were released last week after two weeks of captivity on the Syrian-controlled side of the Golan Heights.
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