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Popular Palestinian premier could be on way out

RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) -- There are growing signs that the Palestinian prime minister, Salam Fayyad, could be on his way out, as the rival Fatah and Hamas movements prepare to sign a reconciliation deal this week and form a new "unity government."...

Fired Australian bishop calls church authoritarian

SYDNEY (AP) -- An Australian bishop who was fired by Pope Benedict XVI after suggesting the church consider ordaining women and married men defended his actions on Tuesday and accused the Vatican of becoming increasingly authoritarian....

Fired Australian bishop calls church authoritarian

SYDNEY (AP) -- An Australian bishop who was fired by Pope Benedict XVI after suggesting the church consider ordaining women and married men defended his actions on Tuesday and accused the Vatican of becoming increasingly authoritarian....

Twitter users defy ban on posting Canada results

OTTAWA (AP) -- Canadian Twitter users defied an official ban on posting federal election results before all the polls closed, running the risk of a hefty fine if the government enforces the law....

Aide who led to bin Laden was Kuwaiti-born courier

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Three U.S. officials say American forces were led to Osama bin Laden by his most trusted courier, a Kuwaiti-born man named Sheikh Abu Ahmed....

Aide who led to bin Laden was Kuwaiti-born courier

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Three U.S. officials say American forces were led to Osama bin Laden by his most trusted courier, a Kuwaiti-born man named Sheikh Abu Ahmed....

Amid Arab uprisings, bin Laden no longer the model

CAIRO (AP) -- Osama bin Laden and his jihadi rhetoric once resonated with millions, especially those in the Arab world who saw militant Islam as their best hope for throwing off the shackles of corrupt, oppressive governments....

Islamic scholars criticize bin Laden's sea burial

CAIRO (AP) -- Muslim clerics said Monday that Osama bin Laden's burial at sea was a violation of Islamic tradition that may further provoke militant calls for revenge attacks against American targets....

Islamic scholars criticize bin Laden's sea burial

CAIRO (AP) -- Muslim clerics said Monday that Osama bin Laden's burial at sea was a violation of Islamic tradition that may further provoke militant calls for revenge attacks against American targets....

Al-Qaida ideologue condemns Bin Laden slaying

CAIRO (AP) -- A top al-Qaida ideologue vowed revenge Monday for the killing of Osama bin Laden by U.S. forces, in the first jihadist admission of the militant leader's death....

Al-Qaida ideologue condemns Bin Laden slaying

CAIRO (AP) -- A top al-Qaida ideologue vowed revenge Monday for the killing of Osama bin Laden by U.S. forces, in the first jihadist admission of the militant leader's death....

Radioactive cars from Japan arrive in Chilean port

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) -- Customs agents in Chile have detected low levels of radioactivity in cars shipped from the Japanese port of Yokohama....

Radioactive cars from Japan arrive in Chilean port

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) -- Customs agents in Chile have detected low levels of radioactivity in cars shipped from the Japanese port of Yokohama....

AP source: US used `multiple methods" to ID body

WASHINGTON (AP) -- After the firefight that killed Osama bin Laden, the U.S. used "multiple methods" to positively identify his remains, according to a senior Pentagon official who personally saw a photograph of the corpse....

AP source: US used `multiple methods" to ID body

WASHINGTON (AP) -- After the firefight that killed Osama bin Laden, the U.S. used "multiple methods" to positively identify his remains, according to a senior Pentagon official who personally saw a photograph of the corpse....

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