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  • Iraq crisis raises specter of sectarian strife

    When the last American soldiers left Iraq this week almost nine years after the fall of Saddam Hussein, U.S. officials were keen to portray it as a stable, democratic, if still troubled nation.

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    21 Dec 11
  • China's Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Weimin gestures to a journalist during a news conference in Beijing November 21, 2011.

    Hackers in China broke through the computer defenses of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce last year and were able to access information about its operations and its 3 million members, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.

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    21 Dec 11
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    Girls Hockey: New Ulm 10 LSH/STP 3

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    21 Dec 11
  • The Latest – December 21, 2011

    Here is the latest sports news: A pair of former Twins finalized their deals with new teams Tuesday. The Flames foiled the skidding Wild. The Wolves wrap up preseason play tonight. Rockies Finalize Three-Year Deal …

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    21 Dec 11
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    C John Sullivan has impressed the Vikings enough to earn a five-year, $25 million contract extension. An undersized center, Sullivan has worked hard to improve his technique and strength. He has made improvements, especially in …

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    21 Dec 11
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    CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — Jarome Iginla and the Calgary Flames are making the most of a very short stay at home. Iginla scored the go-ahead goal and added an assist for the Flames who made …

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    21 Dec 11
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    New Ulm girls celebrate Lexi Weiss’s first goal during the Eagles 10 to 3 win over Lesueur/Henderson/St Peter. Weiss finished with two goals and two assists, Samantha Macho also had two goals and two assits. 8th …

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    21 Dec 11
  • A worker wearing a protection suit cull chickens at a poultry farm where the bird flu virus had been found in Takanabe Town, Miyazaki prefecture January 31, 2011

    A U.S. scientific advisory board on Tuesday asked two scientific journals to leave out data from research studies on a lab-made version of bird flu that could spread more easily to humans, fearing it could be used as a potential weapon.

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    20 Dec 11