<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - World]]> <![CDATA[Iran agrees to new nuclear talks]]> <![CDATA[London's Heathrow Airport to begin using full-body scanners]]> <![CDATA[Libyan city no longer ruled by Gadhafi, but protests continue]]> Days after the police were run out of town or joined the revolution, the police station was burned down and its files strewn on charred ground, residents of this coastal Libyan city still are on the streets protesting Moammar Gadhafi's regime.]]> <![CDATA[Chile rejoices as more miners are transported to safety]]> As a new day dawned, the 13th man trapped for more than two months in a Chilean mine was pulled to safety. About 9:35 a.m. local time Wednesday, sounds of rejoicing filled the camp in the Chilean desert where hundreds of international media were holding vigil along with family members of 33 gold and copper miners entombed half a mile below ground.]]> <![CDATA[Despite reports of progress, Afghan women still struggle]]> The numbers tell an upbeat story about efforts to empower and protect women in Afghanistan: The country now has around 5.7 million children in school, of whom 35 percent are girls. There are 8,000 schools, including several hundred just for girls. Under the Taliban's rule, there were none. Women now have access to health care and hold a full 25 percent of the nation's parliament. However, the reality for women is much grimmer.]]> <![CDATA[Iran announces capture of militant group Jundallah's leader]]> <![CDATA[Trapped Chilean miners confirmed alive after more than 14 days]]> <![CDATA[Tymoshenko under pressure to concede in presidential race]]> <![CDATA[Hostage describes narrow escape from Colombia’s FARC]]> <![CDATA[Britain evacuates its diplomats from Iran; Norway shuts embassy]]> <![CDATA[After heated debate, Catalonia bans bullfighting]]> The independence-minded region of Catalonia became the first on the Spanish mainland to outlaw bullfighting Wednesday after impassioned debate. Lawmakers in Catalonia's regional assembly approved the ban after emotional speeches that mixed expressions of support for maintaining tradition with denunciations of bullfighting as institutionalized cruelty.]]> <![CDATA[Mexican marijuana smugglers turn to ultralight aircraft]]> Several times a week, drug smugglers somewhere along Mexico's border with the United States strap themselves into low-flying ultralight aircraft and take off with loads of marijuana. They usually fly at night with no lights and often, they're guided only by the dim screen of a handheld satellite navigation tool, looking for a precise spot in the desert.]]> <![CDATA[In Iran, Bahrain and Yemen, protesters take to streets]]> <![CDATA[New airfields, port reopening speed up aid to Haiti]]> <![CDATA[Medical correspondents face delicate balance in Haiti]]> <![CDATA[Rebel leaders confident they’ll capture Gadhafi, issue ultimatum to his loyalists]]> <![CDATA[Egypt's police return; foreigners try to evacuate]]> Police began returning to their posts in the Egyptian capital on Monday, seeking to restore order after days of looting, but they stayed away from the protester-thronged square that has become the epicenter of the movement to oust President Hosni Mubarak.]]> <![CDATA[US ambassador leaves Syria after ‘credible threats’ to safety]]> <![CDATA[Hosni Mubarak resigns, military takes control after weeks of upheaval in Egypt]]> Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigned Friday and the military took control of the country after weeks of widespread protests and economic turmoil that have shaken this besieged nation and raised calls for democracy across an increasingly restive Middle East.]]> <![CDATA[Moammar Gadhafi's forces bomb Benghazi]]>