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LEGAZPI, Philippines - Security forces will forcibly evacuate thousands of residents reluctant to leave their farms near a smoldering volcano in the Philippines despite fears of a major eruption, officials said.
COPENHAGEN - The question is a potential deal-killer: If nations ever agree to slash greenhouse gas emissions, how will the world know if they live up to their pledges? The answer is in space, experts say - both outer space and cyberspace.
BEIJING - Chinese police have detained an American automotive engineer for more than a year on accusations he misused trade secrets - the latest case of vague secrecy laws being used against an American in China.
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