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B. 01-23 Many trapped in Nairobi collapse Kenya
2. 01-23 Court drops writer's case Turkey
3. 01-23 Livedoor CEO held on fraud charges Japan
4. 01-23 Car bomb kills at least 3 Baghdad
F. 01-23 U.N.: 8 Guatemalan peacekeepers killed Congo
01-23 Conservative Harper leads in vote Quebec, Canada
7. 01-23 New judge to take on Saddam trial Baghdad
I. 01-23 41 dead in train crash Montenegro
J. 01-23 Ailing emir to abdicate after deal Kuwait

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Jan.23   Kenya   Many trapped in Nairobi collapse
  Rescuers are desperately trying to dig out construction workers trapped under the rubble of a 5-story building


  Turkey   Court drops writer's case  A court has dropped a case against Orhan Pamuk, who faced charges of 'insulting Turkishness'

  Japan Livedoor CEO held on fraud charges  Prosecutors: Takafumi Horie had sought to boost share prices by spreading false information

  Baghdad Car bomb kills at least 3  A suicide bomber blew up at an Iraqi police checkpoint near the heavily fortified Green Zone

  Congo U.N.: 8 Guatemalan peacekeepers killed  Special forces soldiers deployed as peacekeepers in eastern Congo were killed and five more were injured

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  Canada   Conservative Harper leads in vote Map of Quebec Canada
  Buoyed by a political resurrection in Quebec Stephen Harper appeared poised to become next prime minister


  Baghdad     New judge to take on Saddam trial
  The trial of ousted Iraqi leader is to resume under a new presiding judge, Raouf Abdul Rahman


  Montenegro   41 dead in train crash  A passenger train has derailed and plunged down an embankment outside the capital, Podgorica

  Kuwait Ailing emir to abdicate after deal  Sheik Saad Al Abdullah Al Sabah has agreed to abdicate under a deal worked out within the ruling family

  USA Ford to cut up to 30,000 jobs  Ford Motor plans to close 14 manufacturing plants in North America as it tries to stem losses

  Melbourne Federer survives scare from Haas  Roger Federer advanced to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open with a 5-set victory

  European Union Probe 'to confirm CIA abductions'  A European inquiry is expected to report on that the CIA did illegally kidnap and transport detainees

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