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Death Toll Tops 800 In Bangladesh Factory Collapse

The latest death toll comes as recovery efforts continue at the eight-story complex that collapsed last month.
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Witnesses Relate Frustration Over Response To Benghazi Attack

Three witnesses, billed as whistle-blowers, expressed sadness and frustration with how the military and White House responded to the Sept. 11, 2012, attack that killed the U.S. ambassador.
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U.S. Diplomat Reports Little Help During Benghazi Attacks

A congressional committee on Wednesday heard testimony from three witnesses about the events that led to deaths of four Americans at Benghazi in September, 2012. The Benghazi attack has become a political controversy — Republicans accuse the Obama administration of mishandling security there and of misleading the American public after the attack. One new allegation: that a four-person team set to deploy to Benghazi the night of the attack was told not to go.
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Several Dead After Ship Crashes Into Dock In Italy

The cargo ship plowed into a dock at the port of Genoa, knocking over the port's control tower. The ship's captain is under investigation.
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With Warming Climes, How Long Will A Bordeaux Be A Bordeaux?

Climate change is already creating new winners among Europe's winemaking regions. (Great bubbly from Britain — who knew?) But those changes have also put in doubt the rules and traditions that have defined the continent's top winemakers for centuries.
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In France, A Renewed Push To Return Art Looted By Nazis

Nearly seven decades after the end of World War II, France is still attempting to locate the rightful owners of art that was looted by the Nazis. The Internet and improved technology have helped, but it's still a painstaking process.
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Alex Ferguson: A Legendary Manager For An Iconic Franchise

Alex Ferguson, who is stepping down after 27 years at the helm of Manchester United, is widely regarded as the most successful British soccer manager ever.

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