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Monday, April 6, 2009

A Bridge To Microsoft

Are funds from the economic stimulus package being used on projects that could be funded by private companies? That may be a case for Microsoft. Sharyl Attkisson follows the money.

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Obama And The Muslim World

President Obama took his first trip to a Muslim nation, visiting Turkey. Obama made clear that the U.S. is seeking a partnership with the Muslim world. Chip Reid reports.

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Gates' Revised Military Budget

Defense Secretary Robert Gates wants to see the military scale back on high-tech weapons that may cost more than they are worth. As David Martin reports, every cancelled program means fewer jobs.

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Erasing Memories

Researchers in New York made a significant discovery which could lead to erasing traumatic memories from the human mind. Kelly Wallace reports on research that could aid addiction and PTSD.

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A Chocolate Escape

The recession has impacted industries across the spectrum, but business is sweeter than ever for candy makers. As Michelle Miller reports, a few sweets make the bitter reality go down a lot easier.

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Quake Swarms Hit Calif.

Seismologists are closely monitoring a cluster of earthquakes near Calif.'s Salton Sea. As Ben Tracy reports, 450 smaller quakes have hit the area since March 21.

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Deadly Quake Rocks Italy

A powerful earthquake rocked central Italy overnight and, as Allen Pizzey reports, at least 100 are dead, 1,500 are injured and tens of thousands are homeless.

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In A Killer's Own Words

Jiverly Wong, the man who went on a shooting rampage in Binghamton, N.Y., last week, sent a cryptic and chilling letter to a local news station the day he carried out his deadly plan. Bob Orr reports.

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MoneyWatch

Loan defaults could get worse than during the Great Depression, scam artists are interrupting mortgage rescues, and the Madoff mess ensnares a big name in the hedge fund business. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Notebook- Gun Violence

In the wake of the recent string of deadly shootings across the U.S. Katie Couric reports on the obligation legislators have to protect citizens from any further gun related tragedies.

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The Brain Gym

Recent studies show that certain mental activities may delay or prevent memory loss later in life. A new program being offered at some senior centers is taking that news to heart. Teri Okita reports.

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Ridding The Demons

A Houston man who allegedly thought demons had invaded his home was jailed Monday, charged with critically injuring his 3-year-old son. KHOU's Courtney Zubowski reports.

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Rush To Refinance

Is this a good time to refinance your home? With today s low interest rates, many Texans are rushing to refinance. KHOU's Courtney Zubowski reports that most experts say your income is secure.

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Loaded- It's about the music, man

Video-editing tools may be coming to the iPhone, Sony is in talks to license feature-length films on YouTube, and Radiohead goes against the RIAA.

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Obama's Foreign Hopes

President Barack Obama hopes to begin to bridge the divide between America and the Muslim world, but his presence in that country was met by protesters. Joel Brown reports.

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Obama Trying to Bring New Media to Old Washington

YouTube. Twitter. Virtual town halls. This ain't your daddy's White House. CQ Politics reports on Pres. Obama's efforts to transform the way the president communicates - and the challenges he faces in doing so.

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College Application Checklist

Harry Smith spoke with Kaplan Inc. Senior VP Seppy Basili about college application trends and what students and parents should remember when applying.

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Dating In a Recession

When it comes to dating during these tough economical times, should you follow your heart or find out your date's credit score? Maggie Rodriguez speaks about the effects the economy has on dating.

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Biden hams it up on opening day

Biden hams it up on opening day

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Russian Mars Experiment

A group of 6 volunteers from Russia, France and Germany have begun an isolation experiment that simulates a manned flight to mars. Alexei Kuznetsov reports from Moscow.

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Keeping An Eye On N. Korea

U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Susan Rice spoke with Harry Smith about North Korea's missile launch Saturday night that flew over Japan.

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Sec. Gates outlines the DoD FY2010 Budget

Sec. Gates outlines the DoD FY2010 Budget

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Obama meets with Turkish PM

Obama meets with Turkish PM

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Hazardous Health Plans

As the ranks of the unemployed grow, many are choosing "individual-based" health plans. Dr. Jennifer Ashton speaks with Harry Smith about the major signs that your health insurance could be junk.

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March Madness Contest Winners

The Early Show NCAA march madness contest has come to a close. Dave Price speaks with a Missouri Couple who has won tickets to the championship game.

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Sunglasses For Every Face

Style expert Katrina Szish showed Julie Chen how to find the perfect pair of sunglasses for your face, no matter what your face shape.

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Law Student Frees Inmate

Exclusive: A 50-year-old Calif. woman was freed on parole thanks to the efforts of a law student who believed she was innocent. Julie Chen.

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Dating In a Recession

When it comes to dating during these tough economical times, should you follow your heart or find out your date's credit score? Maggie Rodriguez speaks about the effects the economy has on dating.

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Morning Show Roundup 4/6/09

Morning Show Roundup 4/6/09

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Spitzer- "An egregious violation of trust"

Spitzer: "An egregious violation of trust"

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Morning Show Roundup 4/6/09

Morning Show Roundup 4/6/09

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From Trash To Treasure

In these tough times, why not de-clutter your home and make some money in the process? Michelle Guillen speaks with Maggie Rodriguez about selling household items for cash.

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Ballpark Grub

Today is opening day for baseball, and many fans are eating more than just peanuts. Harry Smith speaks with the senior editor of Men's Health Magazine about the best and worst stadium foods.

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Coach Craig's NCAA Pick

Dave Price spoke with Coach Craig Robinson, brother of First Lady Michelle Obama, about President Obama's NCAA picks and his own tournament prediction.

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Did Madoff Swindle Sister?

Bernie Madoff's 74-year-old sister may be a victim of his Ponzi scheme. Investigators are still determining what role Ruth Madoff may have had.

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Rescued Just In Time

A 46 year-old woman blacked out and drove her SUV in the middle of a Texas lake. A paramedic and police officer got to the scene just in time. Julie Chen speaks with the paramedic and the woman.

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Binghamton Looks For Answers

Binghamton, N.Y. residents search for answers and mourn the 13 people killed in a vicious shooting rampage last week. Jeff Glor reports.

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Earthquake Shakes Italy

An earthquake hit L'Aquila, Italy and reduced nearby towns to rubble. Police are using search dogs to locate survivors. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Turkey Welcomes Obama

President Obama is in Turkey, the final stop of his European tour. He asked for Turkey's help with the U.S.'s withdrawal from Afghanistan. Bill Plante reports.

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Obama at Turkish Parliament - Highlights

Obama at Turkish Parliament - Highlights

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Obama addresses Turkish Parliament (full speech)

Obama addresses Turkish Parliament (full speech)

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Reel Progress- An Immigration Story

http://www.americanprogress.org/projects/reelprogress/sin_nombre.html Reel Progress interviews "Sin Nombre" Director Cary Fukunaga.

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Obama addresses Turkish parliament

Obama: "My answer is simple: 'Evet', Yes..."

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POLITICO Playback 4/6/09

POLITICO Playback 4/6/09

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Obama meets with President Gul of Turkey

Obama meets with President Gul of Turkey

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Security Council Holds Emergency Meeting

In an effort to respond to North Korea's weekend rocket launch, the U.N. Security Council held an emergency meeting. Pamela Falk, CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst, weighs in.

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Last Minute Tax Tips

If you've been procrastinating on filing your taxes, listen up; Stephanie AuWerter, Contributing Editor for SmartMoney.com, has some tips to get the ball rolling.

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Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton is a country music legend who"s surprisingly down to earth. And just wait until you hear some of her Tennessee mountain tales! 70 CBS

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Torture In Iran

Ahmad Batebi tells CNN's Anderson Cooper, in his 1st U.S. television interview how he was tortured for 9 years in an Iranian prison and how he managed to escape.

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Terrorism Tops Americans' International Concerns

More Americans say they are "very concerned" about international terrorism (59%) than say the same about a number of other international matters. However, Iran's nuclear capabilities and North Korea's nuclear capabilities follow close behind, with 54% and 52% respectively saying they are "very concerned."

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First Person- Mourners Remember

Friends and former students attend the funeral of 72-year-old Roberta King Monday, killed during last week's mass shooting at a New York community center where she was teaching English to immigrants. (April 6)

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Gates to Cut Several Major Weapons Programs

Defense Secretary Robert Gates is proposing deep cuts to some big weapons programs such as the F-22 fighter jet as the Pentagon takes a hard look at how it spends money. (April 6)

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Moldova enclave aspires to independence

The former Soviet republic of Moldova, which held legislative elections this weekend, is looking westward with European aspirations. But its breakaway Transdniestr region only has eyes for Russia.

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Movies / Critics' Picks- Critics' Picks- 'Ran'

A. O. Scott investigates themes of dissolution in Akira Kurosawa's 1985 masterpiece.

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Europe- Deadly Earthquake Shakes Central Italy

At least 100 people died and tens of thousands were left homeless when a 6.3-magnitude earthquake shook central Italy, seriously damaging historic buildings east of Rome.

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Asia Pacific- China's Kidnapped Children

Thousands of Chinese children have been kidnapped, transported to other provinces and sold for profit in a crime authorities seem unable or unwilling to stop, Andrew Jacobs and Jimmy Wang report.

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Asia Pacific- Entering the Epicenter

Rescuers begin to enter the epicenter of the quake despite obstacles of weather and terrain.

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World- Massive Earthquake in China

A 7.9-magnitude earthquake in southwestern China has killed thousands of people.

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Asia Pacific- Cyclone Nargis Devastates Myanmar

The devastation left thousands dead and many displaced without food, water or shelter, resulting in Myanmar opening up to foreign aid.

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Lawnmower Buying Tips From Consumer Reports

Lawnmower Buying Tips From Consumer Reports

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Tips From Make-up Artist Bobbi Brown

Tips from make-up artist Bobbi Brown

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Raw Video- Chris Brown Pleads Not Guilty

Singer Chris Brown has pleaded not guilty in a Los Angeles courtroom to charges he assaulted and threatened his superstar girlfriend Rihanna. (April 6)

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A message from Obama welcomes the IOC to Chicago

The International Olympic Committee will tour Chicago until Tuesday. The city is competing with Tokyo, Madrid and Rio de Janeiro to host the Olympic Games in the summer of 2016.

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Obama Declares US Not at War With Islam

Barack Obama, making his first visit to a Muslim nation as president, declared Monday the United States "is not and will never be at war with Islam." AP's Mark Smith reports from Ankara. (April 6)

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Reporter's Notebook- a Different View

With so many cameras covering every leg of his European trip, it can be a challenge to capture a unique shot. Reporting from Prague, AP videojournalist Jason Bronis shares one way to get a different view. (April 6)

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Receptionist Being Called 'Hero' of NY Shooting

She's being called the hero of the Binghamton immigrant center shootings. But receptionist Shirley DeLucia just rolls her eyes when she's told about her new hero status in the aftermath of Friday's shooting. (April 6)

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Detroit Looks to Final Four for Economic Boost

The NCAA Final Four has put the spotlight on a city hit hard by the declining fortunes of American auto industry. John Mone has the story from Detroit and on the hopes of fans of a team playing at home. (April 6)

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Ohio 'Death Camp' Nazi Can Be Deported

Suspected Nazi death camp guard John Demjanjuk intends to appeal a U.S. immigration judge's decision that paves the way for his deportation to Germany. (April 6)

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Calif. Police Focus on Tips for Missing Girl

Police in Tracy, California, have called off large-scale ground operations for a missing girl. (April 6))

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Jealous Rage May Have Led to Children's Massacre

Authorities and relatives portrayed a father believed to have killed his five children and then himself as a strict parent who had been reprimanded by the state and a jealous husband driven to rage by another man. (April 6)

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Media Witness Arrival of Soldiers' Remains

Media witnessed a Sunday night ceremony for the arrival of a Virginia airman killed in Afghanistan, marking the end of an 18-year ban on news coverage of returning U.S. war dead. (April 6)

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Raw Video- Obama Honors Founder of Modern Turkey

President Barack Obama laid a wreath at the tomb of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, founder of modern Turkey on Monday. It is Obama's second day in Turkey, which is part of his eight day trip to Europe. (April 6)

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Madonna Leaves Malawi After Adoption Attempt

Madonna left Malawi on her private jet Sunday after being rebuffed in an attempt to adopt a second child from the poor African nation. The pop star is appealing the ruling. (April 6)

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First Person- Going to College Despite Adversity

In a down economy, college scholarships are becoming more difficult to obtain. Two Horatio Alger scholarship recipients share their story about overcoming adversity in pursuit of a brighter future. (April 2)

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Money Minute- Sun, Ford, A123

Shares of Sun Microsystems took a steep dive Monday, falling more than 23 percent on news that IBM withdrew its acquisition offer over the weekend. The AP's Mark Hamrick reports. (April 6)

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Airlines' Quality Rises; More Challenges Ahead

Airlines carried fewer passengers last year, but they did a better job for those who did fly, the rate of lost bags, late arrivals, and consumer complaints were all down, an annual survey of airline quality says. (April 6)

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Your Money- Paying Your Children

Allowances are often a part of growing up for children. But setting the proper pay scale for your kids shouldn't be left up to them. AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney explains. E-mail your questions to yourmoney@ap.org (April 6)

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April 6- Stocks Fall After 4-week Rally

The rally could be over. Fearful of poor earnings reports starting this week and more trouble for banks, investors pulled back Monday and cashed in their profits following a four-week rally. (April 6)

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Song-a-day musician is a hit on Youtube

Jonathan Mann is an Internet minstrel, writing a new song every day to serenade his growing online audience at rockcookiebottom.com.This is a voiced version of an AFPTV report.

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Italy searches for quake survivors

A search for survivors is on in the city of L'Aquila in central Italy after an earthquake killed at least 92 people. Scores of locals were injured and tens of thousands made homeless in L'Aquila and other towns in the area. Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi declared a state of emergency for the central Abruzzo region.

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Baghdad hit by spate of car bombings

At least 34 people have been killed and scores wounded in a spate of bloody car bombings in mainly Shiite districts of Baghdad. A total of six car bombs shattered the Iraqi capital's fragile security situation. The violence has been strongly condemned by UN chief Ban Ki-moon.

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World's first hands, face transplants

A patient in France received the world's first simultaneous transplants of a new face and both hands including the wrists, the hospital where the surgery took place announced Monday. The recipient of the transplants is a 30-year-old man who was severely burned in a 2004 accident, said a spokesperson for the Henri Mondor Hospital in Creteil, a suburb southeast of Paris.

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Paris-On-Sea- Architects dream of French capital's expansion

Could the Atlantic coast one day become the outer limits of Paris? Answering President Nicolas Sarkozy's call for ambitious designs for the Greater Paris of tomorrow, a team of architects has proposed expanding the capital along the Seine, giving it the access to the sea that it lacks.

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North Koreans in South crank up propaganda war

North Korea may have scored a propaganda hit at home with its rocket launch, but North Koreans who have escaped to the South are fighting back with their own airborne information war.

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Irish job seekers hard hit by crisis

The unemployment rate in Limerick, Ireland's fourth largest city, has doubled in the last two years. It doesn't look like the situation is going to improve anytime soon. The city's biggest employer, American computer company Dell, is to shut its local factory and take production to Poland.

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Algeria's youth on sidelines of vote

Algeria's youngest voters are finding it hard to muster enthusiasm for this week's presidential election, when President Abdelaziz Bouteflika is all but certain to win a third term in office. The 72-year-old has promised to invest billions to create jobs, but that pledge rings hollow to the millions of young and unemployed in the north African nation.

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Obama makes 'statement' with Turkey trip

US President Barack Obama has underscored the importance of Turkey on the international stage, saying he had deliberately made it a symbolic last stop on his maiden diplomatic tour.

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AP Top Stories

Here's the latest news for Monday, April 6: U.N. Security Council working on North Korea response; Police say dad killed kids because wife was leaving; Binghamton shooting victims came from 8 nations; Pilgrims mark Palm Sunday.

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U.N. Considering Options After NKorea Launch

The U.S. and its allies sought to punish North Korea's defiant launch of a rocket that apparently fizzled into the Pacific, holding an emergency U.N. meeting to respond to an act that some believe was a long-range missile test. (April 6)

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Earthquake Rocks Italy, Several People Killed

A strong earthquake struck central Italy early Monday, killing at least six people, causing buildings to collapse and sending thousands of panicked residents into the streets. (April 6)

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At least 50 dead in Italy quake-

A powerful earthquake that tore through central Italy has killed at least 50 people, with authorities warning that the toll will rise as bodies are uncovered. The Abruzzo capital of L'Aquila was ravaged by the overnight quake, many of its Renaissance and Baroque buildings tumbling in the disaster. Roofs caved in on sleeping inhabitants and boulders fell off mountain slopes, blocking many roads. A state of emergency has been declared. Images. (ATTENTION NO ACCESS ITALY)

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North Korea rocket launch rattles Japan

For officially pacifist Japan, North Korea's rocket launch over its territory served as a sobering reminder that it is well within firing range of the volatile communist regime.

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North Korea and China- a tale of two communist nations

The town of Dandong at the Chinese North Korean boder offers a fascinating glimpse into th eway two communist nations have taken widely different paths to development.

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Obama arrives in Turkey

US President Barack Obama arrived in Turkey Monday for talks aimed at revitalising ties with the mainly Muslim nation, a key US ally. His two-day visit, following a whirlwind diplomatic trip through Europe for the G20 and NATO summits, as well as US-EU talks, will include meetings with Turkish President Abdullah Gul and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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Ex-Guantanamo detainee finds home in Albania

After Abu Bakker Qassim's release from Guantanamo in 2006, only Albania offered him political asylum. But for this 39-year-old Uighur from Xinjiang in north west China, what he really wants is to be reunited with his family.

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