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Kennedy remarks on dolphin kill catches Tokyo off guard
Dolphin slaughter
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Kennedy remarks on dolphin kill catches Tokyo off guard

William Pesek | Bloomberg News - January 21, 2014

The Japanese loved the idea of Caroline Kennedy in Tokyo – Camelot meets the Chrysanthemum Throne. But what if the new U.S. ambassador proves to be a…

Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos bring NFL’s top defense, offense to the big game
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Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos bring NFL’s top defense, offense to the big game

Mark Maske | The Washington Post - January 21, 2014

SEATTLE, Washington — Even before celebrating fans honked their car horns late into the night on downtown streets here, Seattle Seahawks' players and coaches began to turn…

Business
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Proposal offered as Panama Canal dispute simmers on

Juan José Rodríguez | AFP - January 20, 2014

A consortium working on expanding the Panama Canal proposed Monday that local authorities co-finance a huge budget gap that sparked a bitter dispute threatening the project. The…

Crime
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Smoking pot no more dangerous than drinking, says Obama

AFP - January 19, 2014

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. President Barack Obama says smoking pot is no more dangerous than drinking but calls it a "bad idea," amid a push for legalization…

Intel sales may miss some analysts’ estimates amid PC slump
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Intel sales may miss some analysts’ estimates amid PC slump

Ian King | Bloomberg - January 18, 2014

Intel, the world's largest chipmaker, forecast first-quarter revenue that may fall short of some analysts' estimates as corporate demand fails to reignite personal-computer sales. Revenue will be…

Global
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Obama: US spies to remain ‘interested’ in foreign gov’ts

AFP - January 18, 2014

BERLIN – The U.S. intelligence service will continue to spy on foreign governments, U. S. President Barack Obama said in an interview broadcast Saturday, although he assured…

Haiti marks fourth anniversary of quake that killed 250,000
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Haiti marks fourth anniversary of quake that killed 250,000

Clarens Renois - January 12, 2014

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti --- Haiti marked four years on Sunday since a violent earthquake shattered the impoverished nation, which is still struggling to recover from the widespread devastation…

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Costa Rica government offers condolences to Israel after death of Ariel Sharon

AFP - January 11, 2014

SAN JOSÉ — Costa Rica's government expressed "deep condolences" this Saturday after the death of former prime minister and one-time strongman of the Israeli right Ariel Sharon. "The…

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Panama becomes first Central American country to join US Global Entry Program

Tania Lara - November 19, 2013

Costa Rica may be the United States’ largest trading partner in Central America, but Panama is the first country on the isthmus to receive elite membership into…