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  1. Media 'Gaga' for defense bill
  2. Shroud a 'radiation photo' of resurrection
  3. Growing Tidal Wave of Anger May Drown Obama in November

Thursday - September 30, 2010:

  1. An alarmed Iran asks for outside help to stop rampaging Stuxnet malworm
  2. Iran nuke plant to start with 2-month delay
  3. US set to impose sanctions on 8 Iranian officials
  4. Iran unveils seaplane used for attacks, surveillance
  5. Allawi meets with key figures in Syria
  6. UN body backs anti-Israel flotilla report
  7. EU's Ashton: Israel must extend settlement freeze to give talks a chance
  8. House passes bill aimed at Chinese yuan
  9. Earthquake measuring 7.2 strikes off Indonesia
  10. Fifth of world's plants endangered global study

Wednesday - September 29, 2010:

  1. 'Computer virus in Iran actually targeted larger nuclear facility'
  2. 'Greece searches N.Korea arms ship headed for Syria'
  3. Russia to build new radars to deal with 'threats'
  4. US criticises 'unbalanced' probe into Gaza flotilla raid
  5. US, Israel ink deal on short-range missile defence
  6. Administration seeks ways to monitor Internet communications
  7. Asia urged to boost rice reserves
  8. Most Americans believe in God but don't know religious tenets
  9. Right of conscience under attack
  10. Landslide buries at least 20 in Colombia say rescue workers
  11. Poland braces for repeat of August floods
  12. Floodwaters wreaking havoc in Sri Lanka
  13. Flooding claims 13 more Indian lives
  14. Hundreds feared dead in rural Mexican landslide
  15. Video: City of Angels a city of heat
  16. Powerful quake hits Lake Baikal

Tuesday - September 28, 2010:

  1. Cyber attack on Iran expands: Tehran threatens long-term war in reprisal
  2. Nuclear-armed Pakistan becomes chair of IAEA board
  3. Shell increases oil trade with Iran – despite sanctions
  4. Sarkozy Tries to Take Over for Obama in Mideast Talks
  5. US, UN join condemnation of renewed building
  6. Editorial: Russia’s dangerous sale
  7. INDIA: Karnataka police arrest Pentecostal pastor beaten by Hindu extremistss
  8. Los Angeles bakes at record 113 degrees
  9. S. African university mulls BGU boycott
  10. Iran reports 6.1 earthquake west of Shiraz
  11. Northwest Saudi Arabia vulnerable to volcanoes says US study
  12. Emergency declared in south Russian village over anthrax outbreak
  13. Europe's central banks halt gold sales
  14. Australia faces worst plague of locusts in 75 years

Monday - September 27, 2010:

  1. Iran: Computer worm didn't cause serious damage
  2. Call for 'Gaza style' inquiry on Afghan deaths
  3. 6.5-magnitude earthquake rocks eastern Indonesia, no casualties

Sunday - September 26, 2010:

  1. Tehran confirms its industrial computers under Stuxnet virus attack
  2. Muslim terrorists want to turn Indonesia into an Islamic state
  3. Russian company seeks to buy U.S. uranium mining operations
  4. Regulators Seize Wholesale Credit Unions
  5. U.S.: Syria is essential to achieving Mideast peace
  6. Wyo., 9 states file brief opposing gay marriage
  7. UAW may pull Chase accounts
  8. Agra, Mathura hit as river levels rise
  9. Rains turn Minnesota fields to mud
  10. Rivers still rising across U.S. Midwest
  11. Weeks of wet, cool weather set to oust summer drought

Saturday - September 25, 2010:

  1. Olmert urges 'int'l trusteeship' for Holy Basin
  2. Ahmadinejad: Iran willing to end uranium enrichment
  3. Tehran official may meet Iran six rep. next month - Ahmadinejad
  4. UN: Delegates Walk Out as Ahmadinejad Hints US Gov't Behind 9/11
  5. British Cuts to Military Concern U.S. Officials
  6. Cybersecurity bill would give president emergency powers
  7. Jordan's Abdullah: Peace talks failure will drag U.S. into new Mideast war
  8. UN atomic agency rejects Arab-led resolution targeting Israel
  9. North and South Korea on the brink of war, Russian diplomat warns
  10. Obama: Ahmadinejad's 9/11 comments inexcusable
  11. U.S. congressmen to Obama: Free Pollard to facilitate Mideast peace
  12. UN warned of major new food crisis at emergency meeting in Rome
  13. Florida orange groves still shrinking, USDA says
  14. Death toll rises from typhoon in China
  15. Moderate quake rocks New Zealand's North Island
  16. Fires roar across central Indiana
  17. Floods swamp upper Midwest

Friday - September 24, 2010:

  1. Ahmadinejad: Netanyahu a 'skilled killer'
  2. Ahmadinejad: Netanyahu is a killer of women and children
  3. UN experts: Flotilla raid 'incredibly violent'
  4. Obama urges world to back Middle East peace plan
  5. The Senkaku-Diaoyu conflict and the end of U.S. supremacy on the seas
  6. Stuxnet worm 'targeted high-value Iranian assets'
  7. Iran criticizes Russia over S-300 missile deal ban
  8. US, Iranian leaders push nuclear talks
  9. Iran is under cyber threat as Obama offers nuclear negotiations
  10. Republicans call for Iran action
  11. Russia vows not to freeze military cooperation with Iran
  12. UAE gets seat on IAEA board
  13. China bans exports of rare earth to Japan
  14. China denies banning rare earths exports to Japan
  15. Pirates attack offshore oil platform near Nigeria, kidnap 3 French employees from ship
  16. NORTH KOREA: Pyongyang changing leaders as it waits for the “third Kim”
  17. Floods push Pakistan to edge of bankruptcy
  18. U.S. lawmakers warned of internal threats
  19. Changing of guard for Obama inner circle
  20. Excessive sanctions will not solve the Iranian nuclear problem Opinion & analysis
  21. Iran's uranium enrichment to affect nuclear fuel supply talks - diplomat
  22. EU considers ban on Chinese labour-camp goods
  23. Ahmadinejad's game plan is working
  24. Threat from a 'superbug'
  25. New superbug that is spread by farm animals
  26. Heavy rain inundates Seoul

Thursday - September 23, 2010:

  1. World powers renew offer of nuke talks with Iran
  2. Europe on high alert for Al Qaeda suicide attacks on transport hubs
  3. Russia May Sell More Weapons to Syria as U.S., Israel Protest
  4. Arab-backed anti-Israel resolution at IAEA could pass
  5. Russia Shelves Plan to Sell S-300 Missiles to Iran
  6. Abbas Backs Off Threat to Quit Talks over Building Issue
  7. What You Need To Know Big Changes To Your Health Insurance
  8. 33 dead as Typhoon Fanapi sweeps across south China
  9. 5.9 magnitude quake hits Peru coast, no damage seen

Wednesday - September 22, 2010:

  1. Ahmadinejad: I'm not anti-Semitic
  2. Ahmadinejad: Israel, U.S. won’t strike Iran's nuclear facilities
  3. Barak: History will judge US policy on Iran
  4. Editorial: Consequences for Turkey
  5. Obama feeding Lebanon to foe Iran
  6. Pollard for the freeze?
  7. Quartet to call on Israel to extend settlement freeze
  8. Senate fails to advance defense bill
  9. Ahmedinejad Threatens War ‘Without Boundaries’
  10. Wind could have parted Red Sea for Moses report
  11. World leaders converge for UN summit, so where is Netanayhu?
  12. US Fears Russian Cruise Missile for Syria to Destabilize Mideast

Tuesday - September 21, 2010:

  1. Peres: Ahmadinejad is ‘a living declaration against the UN'
  2. Ahmadinejad in NY: The future belongs to Iran
  3. All U.S. warships in Persian Gulf in range of Iran's missiles general
  4. Editorial: Syria’s derisive response to US engagement
  5. Obama says military action against Iran not ideal
  6. Turkey president cancels talks with Peres, but plans to meet Ahmadinejad
  7. As Ahmadinejad tests limits of autonomy, Iran's mullahs push back
  8. Barak: US will supply Israel with bunker busters
  9. Dems' agenda hidden in defense bill
  10. Typhoon tramples Taiwan, heads for China
  11. Russian crop misery spreads to world’s supermarkets
  12. Officials optimistic about progress on Utah wildfire
  13. Floods in northern India sweep away homes, crops

Monday - September 20, 2010:

  1. 'Iran detains 7 US soldiers trying to enter country'
  2. Iran denies detaining seven U.S. troops
  3. Despite denials, Iran did kidnap 5 Americans on Afghan soil
  4. Iran Threatens Israel Once Again
  5. Clinton’s ‘Peace Partner Syria’ Hosts Ahmadinejad
  6. Israeli ministers, generals oppose purchase of US F-35 warplane
  7. Mubarak: No need to recognize Jewish state
  8. Powerful typhoon lashes Taiwan
  9. Ukraine pledges food aid to Georgia, Armenia, hit by Russian grain ban
  10. Storm Size Of Australia Hits New Zealand Leaving Thousands Without Power And Stadium Crashing Down
  11. India floods kill 63 people in two days

Sunday - September 19, 2010:

  1. Ahmadinejad: Resistance to West rising
  2. Ahmadinejad in Syria: Mideast states will foil U.S. plan to alter region's politics
  3. 'Iran ready for nuclear talks, but we won't make concessions'
  4. Russian aircraft buzzed U.S. Navy ship
  5. Earthquake hits Pakistan, Afghanistan
  6. Typhoon Fanapi may hit Taiwan Sunday
  7. Storm spawned 2 twisters in NYC
  8. Dough! Students booted for giving teachers Krispy Kremes

Saturday - September 18, 2010:

  1. Tehran: Ahmadinejad to visit Syria
  2. Russia to supply Syria with P-800 missiles
  3. Al Qaeda threat to murder Pope foiled in London
  4. Russian Defense Minister visits United States Resetting in progress
  5. Democrats Use Power of Majority to Pursue Agenda
  6. Whooping cough outbreak may be biggest in 55 years
  7. Drug-resistant 'superbugs' hit 35 states, spread worldwide
  8. Officials: Resuming aid to Lebanese military in U.S. interest
  9. US: Time may come for special nuke probe of Syria

Friday - September 17, 2010:

  1. Ahmadinejad: Iran can survive without the aid of U.S. and its allies
  2. Iran Scorns West’s Sanctions, West Fears Iran’s Nukes
  3. Ahmadinejad: Zionist lobby restricting Obama
  4. Under pressure from UN nuclear watchdog, Syria and Iran point to Israel
  5. Turkey to increase trade with Iran despite sanctions
  6. Erdogan: Turkey wants to triple trade with Iran within 5 years
  7. US: Selling arms to Israel national interest
  8. Clinton: Netanyahu, Abbas trying to seek common ground
  9. U.S. envoy tells Syria: Israel-Palestinian talks could yield comprehensive Mideast peace
  10. US set to give up on Israeli-Palestinian talks?
  11. US-Saudi deal may extend to Gulf
  12. Niger facing catastrophic hunger crisis
  13. Miracle at New Zealand Chabad House

Thursday - September 16, 2010:

  1. Report: Ahmadinejad to Back Erdogan's Bid for Reelection
  2. U_S_ calls on UN Security Council to take new measures against Iran
  3. Clinton: 'This is the time, and these are the leaders'
  4. Jewish group to Time: Apologize for cover story
  5. Homeland Security to test iris scanners
  6. Survey Obama retains wide approval in Europe
  7. Brussels boosts aid to beekeepers amid mystery bee die-off

Wednesday - September 15, 2010:

  1. Gold Prices Surge to Record Highs
  2. Iran sees dangerous IAEA mistake on inspectors
  3. Iran's Rafsanjani: Sanctions are No Joke, Ahmedinejad
  4. Mitchell to visit Syria in Mideast peace bid
  5. Extend moratorium on colonies, Clinton says
  6. Opponents present case against Obama's health-care law in 20-state lawsuit
  7. The West’s unholy alliance
  8. US Zionist Leader Challenges TIME to Debate

Tuesday - September 14, 2010:

  1. IAEA: Iran crosses critical line for nuclear-arming missiles
  2. Iran under fire over nuclear inspections
  3. 3rd Iranian diplomat defects in Europe, group says
  4. U.S. to tell Congress of up to $60 billion Saudi arms deal
  5. U.S. urges Arab states to drop Israel nuclear treaty demand
  6. Referendum for Islam Puts Turkey and Syria Back on ‘Peace Table’
  7. Will we see a government shut down if the GOP takes back the House?
  8. South Pakistan faces a new flood threat
  9. 5.9 earthquake hits southern Peru US agency
  10. Water shortages reach crisis levels in China
  11. New drug-resistant superbugs found in 3 states
  12. Syrian drought 'really bad'

Monday - September 13, 2010:

  1. Ahmadinejad to tour Lebanon-Israel border next month
  2. PA Man Suspect in U.S. Terror Weapons Plot
  3. Obama Sidesteps PA’s Refusal to Call Israel’ A Jewish State’
  4. U.S. diplomat fears condemnation of Israel
  5. Turks approve constitutional amendments
  6. Artificial skin materials can sense pressure

Sunday - September 12, 2010:

  1. Iran balks at release of American woman
  2. Shoppers facing 10% rise in food bills as wheat and meat costs soar
  3. Cholera kills 356 in Cameroon
  4. Nigeria battles cholera epidemic
  5. E. coli found in B.C. watershed

Saturday - September 11, 2010:

  1. Nuclear experts watch for Iran’s first N-test after sanctions fail
  2. CSTO chief pushes for global security agreement
  3. France working to resume Israel-Syria talks
  4. Report: US must deal with domestic radical problem
  5. Six people killed and more than 50 buildings destroyed after gas explosion tears through San Francisco suburb
  6. Tropical storm batters southern China
  7. U.S. Newly revealed 'covert' Iran facility not nuclear

Friday - September 10, 2010:

  1. Iran opposition group exposes secret nuke site
  2. Report Ahmadinejad to visit Lebanon's border with Israel
  3. Clinton: Arab momentum building for two-state solution
  4. Strengthening La Nina could mean more hurricanes

Thursday - September 9, 2010:

  1. Clinton: There may never be another chance for peace
  2. Iran’s sensitive nuclear labs, missiles secreted at Bushehr
  3. IRAN: No place for democracy and human rights in Islam, says Qom theologian
  4. South Korea imposes new wave of Iran sanctions
  5. German bank sanctioned for ties to Iran
  6. Israel worried by Jones proposal for int'l force in W. Bank
  7. More layoffs linked to more pay for CEOs, report says
  8. New Zealand extends emergency following aftershock
  9. Pakistan floods wipe out more than 1 million animals – and farmers' livelihoods
  10. Floods leave tens of thousands homeless in Mexico
  11. 5 people missing as Colo. wildfire continues to roar
  12. Mozambique announces subsidy after price hikes sparked deadly riots

Wednesday - September 8, 2010:

  1. UN report: Iran has enough uranium for three nuclear devices
  2. Iran on brink of nuclear weapon, warns watchdog
  3. IAEA: Syria Does Not Cooperate
  4. China, Gulf states urge Iran to work with IAEA
  5. Russian FM tells Iran to cooperate with IAEA
  6. Salehi: Iran has the right to bar UN nuclear inspectors
  7. Editorial: Focus on Iran’s nukes
  8. Deployment of Russian S-300 missiles in Abkhazia no threat to region: Kouchner
  9. Egypt: Peace will 'cost' world $50B
  10. Steep rate hikes on way for individual health insurance
  11. CHINA: Beijing shuts down Hebei steel mills
  12. 'Pray for rain' as fire doubles, destroys homes
  13. Indonesian volcano has biggest eruption yet
  14. Two strong quakes hit off Tonga: USGS

Tuesday - September 7, 2010:

  1. IAEA: Iran boosts nuclear work
  2. Hizballah strikes US troops in Iraq, clears way for anti-Israel Eastern Front
  3. Israel, U.S. not dare attack Iran: Ahmadinejad
  4. Russia, Israel sign military cooperation deal
  5. Israel's foreign minister reflected Washington's limited goal
  6. Pakistan races to protect two towns from surging floods
  7. BANGLADESH: Dhaka anthrax alert after more than 300 people are infected
  8. 7.1-magnitude quake that rocked New Zealand earthquake occurred on previously undetected fault line
  9. New Zealand earthquake 'has ripped new 11-mile faultline into the Earth'
  10. Australians evacuate as rain and floods hit Victoria

Monday - September 6, 2010:

  1. Report: Tehran pays Taliban for every US casualty
  2. Iran: 'We're being tried for a crime we haven't committed'
  3. Hit on Iran would spell Israel's 'eradication' Ahmadinejad
  4. US has Big Plans: Peace Talks between Israel, Lebanon, Syria
  5. TIME Magazine’s Latest Blood Libel About Israel
  6. Egyptian TV: 'Islam Will Conquer Italy and the Entire West'
  7. Clinton Sidesteps Her ‘United Jerusalem' Pledge
  8. Guatemala mudslides kill at least 28
  9. Dengue fever spreading in Thailand
  10. Egypt cancels Iranian FM's visit
  11. Quake-hit New Zealand city remains shut

Sunday - September 5, 2010:

  1. Iran threatens Israel's Dimona reactor, will destroy Israel in nuclear war
  2. 'Mideast peace process poses a strategic threat to Iran'
  3. US asks Turkey to help stop nuclear Iran
  4. Report: Ground Zero mosque investor contributed to Hamas
  5. U.N. predicts bigger swings in food supply
  6. Floods in Pakistan continue to spread

Saturday - September 4, 2010:

  1. Iran's revenge: Syria and Hizballah join to sink Israeli warships
  2. Ahmadinejad says Abbas 'has no right to cede parts of Palestine'
  3. Arab league chief: This round of Israeli-Palestinian talks will be the last
  4. 'US supports Israeli security and Palestinian aspirations'
  5. Crews search for people trapped in New Zealand rubble
  6. Villagers flee as Indonesia volcano erupts again
  7. INDIA: More than 4,000 Christians victims of abuses and forced conversions in Orissa
  8. Food riots kill seven in Mozambique
  9. Global food shortage fears as Russia extends wheat ban
  10. Amazon river level in Peru at 40-year low

Friday - September 3, 2010:

  1. Israel's Tira Urges IDF Attack Iran Before U.S. Mid-Term Elections
  2. Iran to stage anti-Israel rallies amid peace talks in Washington
  3. Washington summit: Direct talks get underway
  4. Putin says no grain exports before 2011 harvest
  5. Chinese village buried by mudslide

Thursday - September 2, 2010:

  1. US Intel: Tehran pushes Hizballah hard to attack Israel
  2. Iran to Produce Medical Reactor Fuel Within Year, Atomic Agency Chief Says
  3. Gulf Arabs see Iran 'terror cell' threat
  4. Iranian threat may be boon for Mideast peace talks
  5. Report: U.S. threatens to shun military drill with Turkey if it bans Israel
  6. The New Persian Empire
  7. Netanyahu to US: Building Will Resume
  8. Arizona vs. the U.N. human rights police
  9. It's official: Last month marked Israel's hottest August
  10. It’s Official: This Is New York’s Hottest Summer
  11. Massive solar storm to hit Earth in 2012 with 'force of 100m bombs'
  12. Mystery over Russian general found dead on Turkish beach
  13. Warmer temperatures in China to reduce crop yields

Wednesday - September 1, 2010:

  1. Researchers Discover Why Arabic is Hard to Learn
  2. Three babies die as superbugs hit leading hospital's neonatal unit
  3. Hurricane Earl could sideswipe East Coast

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