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U.N. peacekeepers stand guard next to their main base in the neighbourhood of Cite Soleil in Port-au-Prince October 20, 2006. At least three people were killed in Haitiís largest and most dangerous slum on Thursday when a protest over the alleged destruction of homes by U.N. peacekeepers turned violent, witnesses said. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (HAITI)

Nicaragua leftist Ortega on a roll but not home yet

Sandinista leader Daniel Ortega is being greeted with wild enthusiasm at carnival-like rallies as he cranks up his campaign for Nicaragua's presidency, buoyed by a solid lead that worries Washington.

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Protesters clash with Chinese police in Shenzhen

Five hundred property owners in China's booming southern city of Shenzhen clashed with police during protests over government plans to build a highway, a Hong Kong newspaper said on Saturday.

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Bush vows America won't back down in Iraq

President George W. Bush vowed Saturday not to give in to Iraqi insurgents, but promised to adjust his administration's tactics in the country to changing circumstances.

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