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Australian Cyclone Aftermath

East Texas got snow and Australia got....a cyclone.

Check out some amazing shots of the aftermath of the worst cyclone in Australia’s history, which hit Queensland yesterday.

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Mubarak Announces He Won’t Seek New Term

Crowds boo and yell as the Egyptian President announces that he will not run for a term in September, but will continue to reign until then.

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Hillary Clinton Assembles First-Time Mass Meeting

Due to the relentless uproar  happening in Cairo, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is convening an unprecedented mass meeting of U.S. ambassadors.

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Americans Rush to Evacuate From Egypt

Hundreds of American citizens are doing everything they can to get out of Egypt  any way they can today.

The first of two charter planes carrying U.S. citizens out of chaotic Egypt landed Monday in Cyprus, the beginning of what could be a lengthy evacuation effort amid escalating unrest across the country.

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Egypt Still in Crisis

The latest breaking news of the chaos happening in Cairo by government protesters, reported by CNN reporters.

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Peter Macdiarmid, Getty Images
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Protests in Egypt Creating Chaos

CNN worldwide reporters are constantly updating these stories with breaking news and videos. You can go to their website to follow their live blogging.
The Egyptian army patrolled the streets of Cairo with armored personnel carriers Friday after thousands of angry anti-government demonstrators clashed with tear-gas firing police.

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Moscow Suicide Attack Follow-Up: Death Toll Rises to 35 [VIDEO]

The number of deaths in the suicide bombing at the Domodedovo airport in Moscow rises to 35 from 31 this morning, with over 130 people wounded.

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31 Killed in Moscow Suicide Bombing

Sources say they suspect a suicide bombing blast in a Moscow airport killed at least 31 people, and injured 130 so far.

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