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In other news Monday, a federal judge in Atlanta blocked parts of Georgia's crackdown on illegal immigration from taking effect. The judge issued a stay against enforcing penalties against harboring undocumented people. Also, 200 Syrian opposition figures and intellectuals met…
In other news Monday, Syrian soldiers and tanks stormed the southern city of Daraa, in an effort to crack down on anti-government protesters. Human rights activists reported at least 18 killed. Meanwhile, NATO airstrikes over Libya destroyed part of Moammar…
In other news Friday, Libyan rebels took back a key building in Misrata after hours of urban battle with forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi. The port city has seen power shift back and forth in recent weeks. In Pakistan, U.S.
Radiation levels climb in area surrounding Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant.
News Wrap: Protester Reject Yemeni President's Offer to Step Down By End of 2011…
In other news, the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost more than 36 points to close at 8146, and the push to overhaul the health care system ran into new delays in Congress.
In other news, nearly 60 Iraqis were killed in a series of bombings, and some two million Pakistani refugees will be allowed to return home after fleeing from a Taliban offensive.
In other news, Chinese troops moved into the Xinjiang Province to stop the ethnic rioting that has left 156 dead since Sunday, and North Korean leader Kim Jong Il has appeared in public for the first time since last April.
In other news, seven U.S. troops were killed in deadly attacks across Afghanistan, and 165 people have been killed during riots in China.
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