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Kim Jong Il was unanimously re-elected to North Korea's rubber-stamp parliament, state media said, in elections closely watched for signs of a political shift or hints the autocratic leader is grooming a successor. Turnout Sunday was 99.98 percen

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Breitbart via Drudgereport

South Korean and foreign airlines rerouted their flights away from North Korean airspace Friday after the North threatened passenger planes amid heightened tensions on the divided peninsula, officials said.

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Washington Post

Reacting swiftly to the International Criminal Court's decision to issue an arrest warrant for the Sudanese President, the government of Sudan expelled at least 10 foreign aid groups that provide food, water, medical care and other assistance to

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AP

President Raul Castro abruptly ousted some of Cuba's most powerful officials, remaking the government in the biggest shakeup since he took over from his ailing brother Fidel Castro a year ago. The changes replaced some key Fidel loyalists, includ

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Freedom Fighter Radio.net

Enough is enough.It’s time for ordinary Americans to get off our butts, say no to out-of-control government, and take our own country back.

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AP

British Ministry of Defence (MoD) officials have confirmed a Royal Navy nuclear submarine collided with a French nuclear submarine in the middle of the Atlantic. The MoD says both vessels were damaged after the low-speed underwater crash but there

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Reuters

North Korea has been preparing to test missiles since January, the South's defense minister Lee Sang-hee told parliament, adding he had given commanders in the field authorization to respond to any North Korean provocation.

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Yahoo! News

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez reported an attempted coup against his palace by army troops in contact with "a soldier on the run in the United States," but said the government had everything under control.

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Dissident Voice.com

Houston Astros shortstop Miguel Tejada was charged with lying to the US Congress about taking a performance-enhancing substance.Tajeda’s alleged lies about the steroid usage did not result in one person, and certainly not 1.3+ million people,