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03-13 Kandahar hit by suicide bombers, 30 dead Kandahar
2. 03-13 Vatican defends Pope in German scandal Vatican
D. 03-13 PM's group leads in early election results Baghdad
E. 03-13 Kissinger admitted to S. Korean hospital Seoul, South Korea
F. 03-13 Thousands attend anti-Berlusconi protest Rome
G. 03-13 Tens of thousands in opposition rally Thailand
H. 03-13 China denies currency undervalued Beijing
8. 03-13 Bloodshed blights Acapulco resort Acapulco, Mexico

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Mar.13   Kandahar   Kandahar hit by suicide bombers, 30 dead
  40 more wounded in 4 bombings. The attackers struck near a prison, a hotel, a mosque and at a city centre road junction


  Vatican     Vatican defends Pope in German scandal  The Vatican has denounced attempts to link Benedict to a child abuse scandal in his native Germany

  Baghdad   PM's group leads in early election results  Nuri al-Maliki's alliance led partial preliminary results, where the most parliamentary seats are up for grabs

  South Korea Kissinger admitted to S. Korean hospital  Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger was admitted to a hospital in Seoul with a stomach virus

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  Rome Thousands attend anti-Berlusconi protest  Tens of thousands of Italians have been taking part in a protest in Rome's main square against the government of Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi

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  Thailand   Tens of thousands in opposition rally
  Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters have gathered in capital to press the government to step down and hold new elections


  Beijing   China denies currency undervalued  Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao has rejected criticism that China is keeping yuan undervalued in order to boost exports

  Mexico Bloodshed blights Acapulco resort  Thirteen people have been killed in an outbreak of drug-related violence in the southern Mexican beach resort

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