<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - World]]> <![CDATA[Tymoshenko under pressure to concede in presidential race]]> <![CDATA[Libyan rebels enter Tripoli, meet only sporadic resistance]]> Rebels swept into the heart of the Libyan capital, meeting only sporadic resistance from forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi who were trying to protect a rapidly shrinking stronghold in the face of the insurgent onslaught, NATO airstrikes and uprisings in neighborhoods across Tripoli.]]> <![CDATA[North Korea fires on South Korean island]]> <![CDATA[US missile strike kills 20 in northwest Pakistan]]> <![CDATA[Iraqis say they want U.S. investment, strategic support]]> BASRA, Iraq — The tourist ship "Peace" was at anchor in the Shatt al-Arab waterway but southern Iraq's business leaders were eager to explore new waters when Christopher Hill, the U.S. ambassador to Iraq, took the podium Thursday and urged them to project positive energy instead of complaining about all the things that are wrong with Iraq.]]> <![CDATA[New 6.1 earthquake shakes Haiti, panicking residents]]> A 6.1 magnitude earthquake rocked Haiti Wednesday morning, shaking buildings and sending panicked people running into the streets only eight days after the country's capital was devastated by a previous quake.]]> <![CDATA[Haitians migrate from capital to provinces to try to make new start]]> <![CDATA[China ruling portends more trade action in 2010]]> <![CDATA[Police, protesters clash in Cairo; 1 person killed]]> <![CDATA[Gangs hold illegal immigrants captive in Mexico]]> The bedraggled immigrants were picking their way through the boulders and scrub when a group of heavily armed men descended on them just short of the California-Mexico border. They corralled them in a cave and pointed their guns on the 10 men and one woman.]]> <![CDATA[Haiti elections slide into chaos]]> With the country reeling from the effects of January's earthquake and a devastating cholera epidemic, elections slid into chaos Sunday as thousands of voters complained they could not cast ballots and a majority of presidential candidates accused the government committing "massive fraud."]]> <![CDATA[President of Eritrea dismisses allegations]]> ASMARA, Eritrea — In this lonely corner of the world, the first sign of distress is the luggage. When one of the few international flights that are still operating here touched down one recent afternoon, the returning passengers emerged from baggage claim as if from a big shopping trip. Old metal trolleys squealed under the weight of mundane items: tires, a laptop computer, tubs of detergent and duffel bags crammed so tightly with food that tin cans bulged through the fabric.]]> <![CDATA[`Carlos the Jackal’ goes on trial over 1980s French bombings]]> <![CDATA[Mummies found in China shed some of their political sensitivity]]> Almost invariably when visitors approach the middle-aged woman enshrined in a climatized exhibit case in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region Museum, they pause and do a double take. What gets the most attention is her nose: high-bridged, slightly hooked, the sort of nose that reminds you of Meryl Streep.]]> <![CDATA[Japan quake toll could number in tens of thousands]]> With a death toll expected to climb into the tens of thousands, more than a half-million people displaced and a nuclear crisis continuing to unfold, rescuers converged Monday on Japan's devastated earthquake zone while workers in relatively unaffected areas struggled to return to offices and factories.]]> <![CDATA[China faces problem familiar to US: Flood of illegal workers]]> <![CDATA[At least 26 killed in brutal attacks across Iraq]]> <![CDATA[Cocaine trafficking keeps Ecuador anti-drug authorities busy]]> <![CDATA[Drone strike kills 16 in Pakistan's tribal areas]]> <![CDATA[Egyptian military gives panel 10 days to produce constitutional amendments]]>