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Need to know: A powerful earthquake in northwest China killed at least 400 people, injured 10,000 and left many others buried under debris, Chinese state media reported. GlobalPost's Kathleen E. McLaughlin raises the question of whether the quake will test the government's willingness to allow free flow of information.

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Need to know: President Obama hosts leaders from 46 countries for a two-day nuclear security summit starting Monday that will focus on how to better safeguard nuclear weapons materials. But even as Obama met Sunday with a succession leaders to discuss better controls, his administration highlighted a seemingly dissimilar message, with top officials stressing the nuclear strength of the U.S.

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Need to know: Sweden's parliament has narrowly approved a resolution recognizing the 1915 mass killing of Armenians in Turkey as genocide. Turkey recalled its ambassador to protest the surprise decision, made days after a U.S. congressional committee approved a similar resolution, Swedish news agency TT said.

100 days to the World Cup

Top News: South Africa marked 100 days until the World Cup, which begins June 11 at Johannesburg’s Soccer City stadium with the opening match between South Africa and Mexico.

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An interview with secret creator of Savita Bhabhi

After a bit of trolling through the fan pages, I managed to track down "Deshmukh," one of the creators, and a site administrator, of Savita Bhabhi, India's first porn sensation. Here's a peek inside my interview notes:

Spanish village named "Kill Jews" maybe considering a name change after 500 years

Because nothing welcomes the tourists like a sign advocating genocide.
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