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Migrant workers fleeing Libya vow not to return
Thousands of African and Asian migrant workers who fled Libya after years of toil are going home with empty pockets and many vow never to return.
Big GOP donors taking time to get into 2012 race
The potential White House candidates need cash.
But donors aren't eager to shell out until the hopeful prove they're credible.
Which they can't — until they have the cash lined up to start their campaigns.
This explains, in part, why the 2012 Republican primary race has yet to begin in earnest.
Japan races to avert multiple nuclear meltdowns
Japan's nuclear crisis intensified Sunday as authorities raced to combat the threat of multiple reactor meltdowns and more than 170,000 people evacuated the quake- and tsunami-savaged northeastern coast where fears spread over possible radioactive contamination.
Millions without food, water, power in Japan
The death toll in Japan's earthquake and tsunami will likely exceed 10,000 in one state alone, an official said Sunday, as millions of survivors were left without drinking water, electricity and proper food along the pulverized northeastern coast.
NW Pakistan ambush kills 9, threatens peace deal
Gunmen ambushed a van and killed nine civilians Sunday in a stretch of northwestern Pakistan covered by a new peace deal among tribes from rival Muslim sects. Security forces responding to the attack killed three alleged gunmen, police said.
- Radiation down at Japan nuke plant after blast
- Scenes of devastation at heart of Japan disaster
- Calif., Ore. sustained most damage from tsunami
- Hundreds killed in tsunami after 8.9 Japan quake
- Florida wary of potential oil drilling near Cuba
- Pope's new book: Violence never in God's name
- Rebels fight Gadhafi with heavy weapons, diplomacy
- Christian-Muslim clashes in Egypt kill 11
- Guineans find themselves poorer under democracy
- Joe Biden meets Finnish leaders en route to Moscow
- China challenges US predominance in Asia-Pacific
- Gates: US should stay involved in Afghanistan
- Libyan rebels try to regroup after setback
- Court defers ruling on Nobel laureate's dismissal
- From cold case to red hot: Ex-FBI agent is alive
- Israel: No Palestinian peace deal possible now
- Rebels fight Gadhafi forces over Libyan oil port
- Pro-Gadhafi forces try to retake strategic city
- China rolls back press freedoms amid protest calls
- UK, Germany fly secret rescue missions into Libya
- Libya: Tripoli residents say civilians being armed
- Poll: Ireland heads for new govt led by Fine Gael
- Gadhafi militia open fire on Libya protesters
- Ivory Coast fighting threatens 6-year ceasefire
- Libyan protesters defiant after Gadhafi speech
- Migrant workers fleeing Libya vow not to return