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B. 02-26 High court: Uribe can't run for third term Colombia
C. 02-26 Barak: Nuclear Iran threat beyond Israel Washington
3. 02-26 Tiger Woods loses Gatorade sponsorship Tiger Woods
4. 02-26 Riesch doubles up with slalom gold Whistler, Vancouver
F. 02-26 UN presses for Gaza war investigation UN Gen. Assembly
G. 02-26 7.0 earthquake off Okinawa Okinawa, Japan
H. 02-26 3 killed in luxury cruise ship accident Sharm el-Sheikh, Sinai
02-26 Ex-generals charged over 'plot' Turkey
9. 02-26 U.S. buried Finland, 6-1 Vancouver


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Feb.26   Colombia     High court: Uribe can't run for third term
  The Constitutional Court ruled against holding a referendum that could have cleared the way for the president to run for a 3rd consecutive term

  Washington     Barak: Nuclear Iran threat beyond Israel  Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said that Iran's nuclear program poses a danger that extends beyond Israel

  Tiger Woods Tiger Woods loses Gatorade sponsorship  Energy drink firm, owned by PepsiCo, has ended its sponsorship of Tiger Woods

  Vancouver Riesch doubles up with slalom gold  Maria Riesch added slalom gold to her super-combined title as her great friend and rival Lindsey Vonn went out on the first run

  UN Gen. Assembly UN presses for Gaza war investigation  The General Assembly passed an Arab League-backed resolution calling on Israeli and Palestinian leaders to investigate alleged war crimes

  Japan 7.0 earthquake off Okinawa  A tsunami advisory announced shortly after a earthquake struck Ryukyu Islands early Saturday has been canceled

  Sinai 3 killed in luxury cruise ship accident  The Costa Europa crashed into a pier on Friday in Sharm el-Sheikh amid stormy, windy weather

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  Turkey   Ex-generals charged over 'plot'
  Cetin Dogan, former head of First Army, and Engin Alan, a former special forces commander have been charged over an alleged plot in 2003

  Vancouver U.S. buried Finland, 6-1  The six goals tied a U.S. Olympic record for most goals in a period

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