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A Look At Fraying Relations Between U.S., Pakistan

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Pakistan Cuts NATO Supply Line After Chopper Strike

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A policeman signals Thursday that a road in central London is closed after a suspect vehicle was abandoned near Downing Street. A terrorist plot to launch Mumbai-style attacks on Britain and other European countries has been intercepted by intelligence agencies. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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Undated photo released on Thursday, Sept. 30, 2010, by Korean Central News Agency via Korea News Servic Anonymous/Korean Central News Agency via Korea News Service hide caption

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Gates, Buffett Discuss Philanthropy With Chinese

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Video Suggests Pakistani Soldiers Executed 6 Men

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Tour Winner Contador Tests Positive, Suspended

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Security Increased After Terror Plots Exposed

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U.S. Hits 8 Iranian Officials With Sanctions

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Germany To Settle Last World War I Debt

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Gay Iranian Refugee Says He Can't Return Home

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Syrian Youth Unprepared For Market-Driven Economy

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Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (right) with Workers' Party presidential candidate Dilma Rousseff during a campaign rally in Campinas, Brazil, on Sept. 18. The presidential election is Sunday. Andre Penner/AP hide caption

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In Brazil, Lula Stumps For His Hand-Picked Successor

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