<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - World]]> <![CDATA[Mall aquarium in Dubai springs a leak, douses shoppers]]> <![CDATA[US missile strike kills 20 in northwest Pakistan]]> <![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[Aristide, Haiti's exiled ex-president, offers to return and help rebuild]]> <![CDATA[China remains passive as Korean standoff escalates]]> <![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[U.S., Afghan troops prepare for assault on Taliban]]> <![CDATA[North Korea stands down after Seoul military exercises]]> <![CDATA[Tensions persist in 'Cove' town]]> <![CDATA[Haiti scrambles to get its financial system up and running]]> <![CDATA[Intent unclear in Baghdad crackdown on alcohol]]> <![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[U.S. blames al-Qaida in Iraq for Baghdad bombing spree]]> <![CDATA[Allegations of fraud surround vote-counting process in Iraq]]> As the first, incomplete results from Iraq's weekend election trickled in Thursday, a prominent opposition group supported mostly by Sunnis Muslims made fraud allegations that could taint the legitimacy of the outcome.]]> <![CDATA[At least 80 die in shooting rampage in Norway]]> <![CDATA[U.S. consulate employee slain in drug-ridden Mexican city]]> The Mexican government pledged Sunday to investigate the brutal killings of a U.S. consulate employee and two family members of consulate employees in a violent, drug-plagued metropolis across from the Texas border city of El Paso.]]> <![CDATA[Obama chides China on human rights]]> <![CDATA[Trying to tame Tokyo's adult playground]]> <![CDATA[Chavez losing support of Venezuela's blue-collar workers]]> Not long ago, miner Emilio Campos counted himself among President Hugo Chavez's most ardent supporters. He was drawn to the fiery Venezuelan leader's concern for the poor, combative rhetoric attacking the country's elites and plan to unify this gritty industrial town's labor unions.]]> <![CDATA[Pakistan insists American who shot 2 in alleged robbery attempt is CIA agent]]>