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Death toll hits 20 in Kashmir protests
Violent protests continued across Kashmir Wednesday, as the death toll from the past two days of demonstrations rose to 20, a senior police official said.

Austrian incest victims surprise police
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3 aid workers killed in Afghan attack
Gunmen shot and killed three international aid workers and their driver in an ambush on their convoy in a province south of Kabul Wednesday, authorities said.

New vote piles pressure on Musharraf to quit
The third of Pakistan's four provincial assemblies passed a resolution Wednesday calling for Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf to step down or face impeachment.

Reports: 50 Russian tanks in Georgian city
Dozens of Russian tanks entered the strategic Georgian city of Gori Wednesday about eight hours after the country accepted a cease-fire, according to reports.

Nine dead in Tripoli explosion
An explosion targeting a bus rocked a business district in central Tripoli Wednesday morning, killing at least six people and wounding four others, Lebanese internal security forces told CNN.

Mexico announces anti-kidnapping reforms
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Tribunal indicts Khmer Rouge jailer
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Use of contractors in Iraq 'unprecedented'
The United States spent $85 billion on contracts in Iraq and other countries in the first four years of the war and is relying on contract employees at a greater rate than in any other war, according to a government report released Tuesday.

Tsvangirai denies exclusion from Zimbabwe deal
Embattled Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe signed a deal to form a unity government with a breakaway faction of the country's opposition party -- a deal that doesn't involve the opposition leader -- an official with Mugabe's party said.