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10/20/11
Cuba to Introduce U.N. Resolution

10/19/11
Asylum Requests Increase During 2011
Nigeria: Gusau to Have Potable Water by 2012
Russian Governor Visits N. Korea

10/18/11
Guyana Receives Healthcare Award
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez Visits Cuba
Beijing Rejects Multilateral Talks on Sea Dispute

10/17/11
Ghana: President Responds to Doctors' Strike
Sporadic Fighting Continues in Libya
Thailand: Large Industrial Complex Flooded

10/14/11
Air Canada Labor Dispute Continues
Ethiopia Building New Hospital in Afar State
Major Floods Hit Central America, Mexico
Tajikistan Urges Gender Equality Aid

10/13/11
Heating Costs to Rise; Assistance Cuts Loom
India: Prime Minister Speaks on Labor Laws
PMR Leader Speaks to Journalists
Iran: World Reacts to Alleged Plot

10/12/11
German Chancellor Visits Vietnam
Analysis: Japan Seeking Alternatives to Nuclear
Putin Visits China, Meets Top Leaders
New Zealand: Oil Spill Blackens Beaches

10/11/11
Commentary: Long Campaigns Seldom Benefit Public
Japan to Expand Decontamination Efforts
Ethiopia to Build New Universities, Hospitals
Algeria: Flood Relief Efforts Continue

10/10/11
"Heat Wave" in Northeast U.S., Canada
Nigeria: Fuel Subsidy Proposal Draws Skepticism
Cemetary Vandalism in Israel Condemned

10/8/11
Nobel Peace Prize Awarded

10/7/11
Tajikistan to Hold Economic Forum
Earthquake Anniversary Marked in Turkmenistan
Vietnam: Public Transit to Expand, Improve
Peruvian VP, Cuban President Meet

10/6/11
8,000 Cribs Recalled in United States
N. Korea Condemns Propaganda Campaign
Thai Prime Minister Visits Myanmar

10/5/11
Weather: Strong Winds Hit Maine
Nigeria: Mobil Dismisses Workers, Union Concerned
German Unification Day Marked Abroad
PMR Condemns E.U. Sanctions

10/4/11
Guyana: Blood Donations Urged
Laos to Hold Canoe Racing Festival
S. Korea: President Speaks on Economy

10/3/11
Mozambique to Expand Passenger Rail Service
Flooding Hits El-Bayadh, Algeria
Ozone Layer Hole Expands in Arctic

9/30/11
U.K. Child Cagefighting Condemned
U.S. Lawmakers Pressure Spanish Company over Cuba
Taiwan: Transplanted Organs Didn't Spread HIV

9/29/11
Internet Scams Changing Tactics
Chinese Anniversary Marked in Guyana
Japanese Health Expenses Rising

9/28/11
Tajik Official Speaks on Environmental Issues
Fukushima Reactor Temperatures Reduced
China: New Gold Vending Machine to Open

9/27/11
Marshallese Official Speaks on Nuclear Testing
Very Hot Weather Continues in Texas
Global Stocks Mixed on Monday
Fidel Castro Comments on U.N. Speeches

9/26/11
U.S. Savings Account Rates Keep Falling
Japan: Boeing Delivers New Aircraft
More Countries Support Palestine U.N. Bid

9/23/11
S. Sudan: President Makes First General Assembly Speech
105,200 Defective Bicycles Recalled
Japan: Evacuees Face Difficulty Claiming Compensation

9/22/11
Rwanda Receives Reforestation Award
China Enhancing Power Plant Regulations
T.S. Hilary Gains Strength, Threatens Mexico
Global Economic Concerns Increase

9/21/11
President Obama Meets Foreign Leaders
Eastern Europe Now Wary of Euro
Drought Renders Danube River Impassable
Typhoon Hits Parts of Japan

9/20/11
EIA Predicts Rising Energy Consumption
Developing Countries Expand Housing
President of Laos Visits China

9/19/11
S. Korea: Banks Suspended, Bank Run Concerns
Strong Earthquake Hits East-Central Asia
Japan: Decontamination Efforts Remain Problematic
India, Sri Lanka Holding Joint Naval Exercises

9/16/11
U.N. Expert Urges Action on Unhealthy Foods
Indian Central Bank Attempts to Curb Inflation
Small Earthquake Rattles Cuba

9/15/11
John Deere Issues Two Lawn Tractor Recalls
U.N. Blames Design For Fukushima Disaster
BRICS to Consider Helping Europe

9/14/11
Innovative Housing, Infrastructure Projects Receive Awards
Ghana Inaugurates Nuclear Waste Storage Facility

9/13/11
Indonesia: Toyota to Expand Vehicle Production
Analysis: Will Palestinian U.N. Resolution Pass?
Guyanese Leader Calls For Expanded China-Caribbean Trade

9/12/11
Pakistan Flooding: U.N. Begins Supplying Aid
Texas Fires, Drought and Heat Persist
Flooding: China Grants Aid to Pakistan

9/10/11
Bridge Run Held in Lewiston/Auburn, Maine

9/9/11
North Korea Marks 63rd Independence Day
Storm Warnings Issued For Dominica, Puerto Rico
Analysis: Nuclear Accidents Occur Relatively Often

9/8/11
Tibetan Children Travel to Beijing for Medical Treatment
Italy: Upper House Passes Austerity Measures During Protest
Japanese Leader Visits Fukushima Plant

9/7/11
New Tropical Storm Forms in Atlantic Ocean
U.S. Average Fuel Prices Rise
Japan Seeks Additional Coal From Australia

9/6/11
Iran Completes Transition to CFC-Free Inhalers
Bermuda Issues Tropical Storm Watch
Heavy Rain on Monday in Eastern U.S.
China Rejects Libyan Rebel Claims

9/3/11
Tropical Storm Lee Reaches Louisiana

9/2/11
Humanitarian Aid Delivered to Libya, Somali Refugees
U.N. Opens New Refugee Camp in Liberia
Earthquake Hits Aleutian Islands

9/1/11
Gulf Coast Under Tropical Storm Warning
Texas Heat, Wildfires Persist
Hurricane Katia Gains Strength

8/31/11
Amnesty International Condemns Libyan Rebel Abuses
Coastal Storm Threatens Mexico
Petzl America Recalls 20,000 Belay Devices

8/30/11
Tropical Storm Katia Intensifies
Additional Aid Granted to Kenya, Somalia
Average U.S. Fuel Prices Increase

8/29/11
High Temperatures in Southern, Western U.S.


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