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02-19 Parliament votes to close key U.S. base Kyrgyzstan
2. 02-19 Netanyahu edges towards coalition deal Jerusalem
D. 02-19 Politkovskaya suspects acquitted Moscow
E. 02-19 Missing billionaire found Fredericksburg, Virginia
5. 02-19 Korean tensions brew as Clinton arrives South Korea
6. 02-19 Argentina expels Holocaust bishop Argentina
H. 02-19 Woman demands acid in attacker's eyes Iran
I. 02-19 Aircraft maker Embraer to cut jobs Brazil
J. 02-19 30 injured on 747 flight to Japan Japan


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Morning News

Feb.19   Kyrgyzstan   Parliament votes to close key U.S. base
  Kyrgyzstan parliament has voted to close a base the U.S. uses as a route for troops and supplies heading into Afghanistan

  Jerusalem     Netanyahu edges towards coalition deal  Likud Party leader has picked up tentative support that could give him the inside track on forming a coalition government and becoming PM

  Moscow   Politkovskaya suspects acquitted  A court has acquitted three men accused of aiding the murder of investigative journalist Anna Politkovskaya in October 2006

Day News

  Virginia   Missing billionaire found Map of Fredericksburg Virginia
  Federal agents have located financier Robert Allen Stanford. They are accusing him of orchestrating a $9.2 billion investment fraud
 FBI agents have served Texan billionaire with civil legal papers from the US financial watchdog

  South Korea     Korean tensions brew as Clinton arrives
  U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton commented extensively on the increasingly tense relationship between North and South Korea

  Argentina   Argentina expels Holocaust bishop
  Argentina has ordered an ultra-traditionalist British bishop who denies the Holocaust to leave the country or face expulsion

  Iran   Woman demands acid in attacker's eyes  The 31-year-old blinded is demanding the ancient punishment of an eye for an eye, in accordance with Islamic law

Evening News

  Brazil   Aircraft maker Embraer to cut jobs  Embraer is to lay off more than 4,000 employees as a result of the global economic downturn: demand for new planes had dropped

  Japan   30 injured on 747 flight to Japan  A Northwest Airlines flight suffered turbulence before landing at Narita International Airport. There were 408 passengers and 14 crew members

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