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(Reuters) - A suspected gunman was shot dead and 22 people were injured on Sunday after a dispute among rival gangs erupted into gunfire at an all-night arts festival in Trenton, New Jersey, officials said.
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Iraq says police kill dozens of al Qaeda in Anbar

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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi security forces killed dozens of al Qaeda militants who attacked a village...

Stocks fall after yen rise but data helps

2007/03/01 10:38:42

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Stocks dropped on Thursday as gains in the yen raised concern that investors we...

Polar year starts with worries of rising seas

2007/03/01 09:26:45

OSLO (Reuters) - More than 60 nations started the biggest scientific investigation of the Arctic and...

North Korea seeks aid amid diplomacy on nuclear arms

2007/03/01 07:52:51

SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea is seeking humanitarian aid at talks with the South, an official said ...

"Al Qaeda" invoked in U.S. embassy Jakarta threat

2007/03/01 01:50:42

JAKARTA (Reuters) - A bomb threat against the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta on Thursday was conveyed to au...

ECB seen holding rates, waiting to unleash bond plan

1970/01/01 01:00:00

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The European Central Bank is expected to leave interest rates on hold on Thurs...

Insight: Algerians suspect inside help in hostage raid

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LONDON/ALGIERS (Reuters) - The In Amenas gas plant felt impregnable to many who worked there - walle...

Powers to offer Iran sanctions relief at nuclear talks

1970/01/01 01:00:00

ALMATY (Reuters) - Major powers will offer Iran some sanctions relief during talks in Almaty, Kazakh...

Iran president to visit Saudi amid tension

2007/03/01 10:40:24

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran's president on Saturday makes his first official trip to Saudi Arabia, a U.S...

Bogus medicines flood developing world: U.N. report

2007/03/01 10:31:21

VIENNA (Reuters) - Counterfeit medicines, some of them sold over the Internet, are swamping unregula...

Historian Arthur Schlesinger dies

2007/03/01 07:54:15

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. historian and Pulitzer Prize winner Arthur Schlesinger Jr. died of a heart...

U.S. may embrace Iraq diplomacy critics long demanded

2007/03/01 02:02:06

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - By opening the door to a high-level dialogue with Iran and Syria, the United ...

McCain says he's in presidential race

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Sen. John McCain made it official on Wednesday that he is seeking the 2008 Re...

Fear, finger-pointing mount over "fiscal cliff"

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some lawmakers voiced concern on Sunday that the country would go over "the f...

Ecuador's Correa in re-election triumph, eyes investment for growth

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QUITO (Reuters) - Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa reveled in a sweeping re-election victory that ...

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