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At least 84 dead in Thai clashes
 
 Khaleej Times Online
10-26-2004 |
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Clinton eyes U.N. post  Interest!ALERT
10-21-2004 |
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Mugabe rival acquitted of treason "A court in Zimbabwe has acquitted opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai of treason charges. Mr Tsvangirai was accused of plotting to kill President Robert Mugabe in 2002 just ahead of elections controversially won by the Zimbabwean leader."  BBC
10-15-2004 |
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Bush and Kerry spar over health care "The topic most discussed during the final presidential debate - health care and how to pay for it - is getting another round from the Bush and Kerry campaigns on Thursday as they try to convince older Americans they know best how to treat a system that's under the weather/"  AP
10-14-2004 |
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Blasts Kill at Least 8 in Baghdad's Green Zone "Two explosions killed at least eight people in one of the bloodiest attacks on Baghdad's fortified Green Zone on Thursday, a hospital source said. "There were body parts scattered everywhere. There could be more than eight dead, and several are wounded," said the source at a U.S. military hospital inside the compound, which houses government offices and the U.S. and British embassies."  Reuters
10-14-2004 |
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Lava Breaks Surface at Mount St. Helens "After weeks of earthquakes and steam eruptions, Mount St. Helens has a new lava dome that could even eclipse the volcano's old one."  Yahoo
10-13-2004 |
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Reuters Poll: Bush Moves Into Dead Heat with Kerry "President Bush bounced back into a tie with Democratic challenger John Kerry one day before their final debate, according to a Reuters/Zogby poll released on Tuesday."  Reuters
10-12-2004 |
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Senate Strikes Deal on Corporate Tax Bill "The Senate, after a weekend of behind-the-scenes negotiations, struck a deal to allow passage of a sweeping bill to provide $136 billion in corporate tax breaks and spending measures for disaster relief and homeland security."  Yahoo
10-11-2004 |
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Actor Christopher Reeve dies "Superman star Christopher Reeve, who lobbied for medical research after being paralysed in a fall nine years ago, has died aged 52."  BBC
10-11-2004 |
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Corporate tax law overhaul passage likely "The Senate is expected to follow the lead of the House and pass a major overhaul of corporate tax law that would dole out $136 billion in new tax breaks to a wide array of U.S. companies and provide a $10.1 billion buyout for the nation's tobacco farmers."  AP
10-08-2004 |
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Bush, Kerry to debate amid Iraq questions "A lackluster unemployment report, troubling terrorism developments and fresh questions about President Bush's rationale for invading Iraq frame the second face-to-face encounter Friday night between Bush and John Kerry."  AP
10-08-2004 |
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Bush: Iraq War Justified Despite Wrong WMD Claims "President Bush said Thursday he had been right to invade Iraq even though a new U.S. report found Baghdad did not have the banned weapons cited as the main reason for the war."  Yahoo
10-07-2004 |
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Corporate Tax Bill Heads to Senate, House "A bill that would end a nasty trade war with Europe and shower more than $140 billion in tax breaks on American companies is nearing congressional approval. The House could take up the measure as soon as Thursday and Senate debate is expected to quickly follow as lawmakers rush to complete work on the bill before their expected adjournment on Friday."  Yahoo
10-07-2004 |
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Cheney, Debating Edwards, Says Iraq War Was `Right' "Vice President Dick Cheney defended the 2003 invasion of Iraq as Democratic challenger John Edwards said the administration isn't ``being straight'' with the American people in the candidates' debate in Cleveland."  Bloomberg
10-06-2004 |
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Officials Warn of Major Flu Shot Shortages "U.S. health officials warned Tuesday of major flu shot shortages after British health officials abruptly pulled the license of the maker of half the U.S. vaccine just as flu season was about to begin."  Yahoo
10-05-2004 |
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DeCheney, Edwards to meet in only debate "After lashing out at each other for months from a distance, the two vice presidential candidates are meeting face to face Tuesday night at Case Western Reserve University for their only debate before the Nov. 2 election."  AP
10-05-2004 |
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Cheney, Edwards Debate Gains Importance After Kerry's Poll Jump "Tomorrow's debate between U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney and Senator John Edwards may have gained in significance after polls showed a surge in support for Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry following last week's match-up against President George W. Bush."  Bloomberg
10-04-2004 |
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Mount St. Helens Awakes, Erupting Steam and Ash "Mount St. Helens spewed steam and ash high into the skies above Washington on Friday as it awoke from years of slumber, but remained far below the scale of the catastrophic 1980 eruption that killed 57 people."  Yahoo
10-01-2004 |
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Kerry Won Debate According to Three Instant Polls of Viewers "Democratic challenger John Kerry performed better than President George W. Bush in the first presidential debate according to instant polls done by Gallup, ABC News and CBS News."  Bloomberg
10-01-2004 |
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Bush, Kerry Battle Over Iraq in Lively Debate "President Bush and Democratic rival John Kerry battled over Iraq in a fierce debate on Thursday, with an aggressive Kerry accusing the president of "a colossal error of judgment" and Bush claiming the world was safer without Saddam Hussein."  Yahoo
10-01-2004 |
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