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Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 6:44pm

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Taliban Threaten to Attack Afghan Polling Stations

The Taliban have threatened to attack Afghan polling stations during Thursday’s presidential election, compounding fears that a low turnout could facilitate fraud and undermine the result.

Woman Claims She's Pregnant With 12 Babies

A teacher in Tunisia is reported to be pregnant with 12 babies.

Russia Finds Missing Merchant Ship Near Cape Verde Islands

The Russian-crewed freighter that sparked a high-seas mystery when it disappeared nearly three weeks ago has been found by a Russian naval frigate off the West African coast.

Mexico Replaces Customs Staff, Revamps Borders

Mexico has replaced all 700 of its customs inspectors with agents newly trained to detect contraband, from guns and drugs to TVs and other big-ticket appliances smuggled to avoid import duties.

Officials Warn of H1N1 Vaccine's Link to Deadly Disease

British health officials have warned doctors of possible similarities between the new H1N1 vaccine and a shot linked to 25 deaths in the U.S. in the 1970s.

Claudette Hits Florida as Bill Becomes Hurricane

Tropical Storm Claudette made landfall on the Florida Panhandle near Fort Walton Beach early Monday while Hurricane Bill became the first hurricane of the 2009 Atlantic season.

N. Korea Threatens Retaliation on U.S. Over Sanctions

North Korea threatened Sunday to retaliate against the U.S.