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World News, 10/14/04 - 2004-10-14


President Bush and his Democratic challenger, Senator John Kerry, faced off Wednesday night in Arizona over economic and social issues in their final debate before the November 2nd presidential election.

Afghan election officials say vote counting began today five days afetr the country's landmark presidential election. They say electoral workers began tallying ballots, after a United Nations-sponsored panel of experts carried out an initial examination of complaints filed by rivals of interim Afghan President Hamid Karzai.

At least two explosions rocked Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone today. Initial reports quoting hospital sources say at least eight people were killed and four wounded. Insurgents have frequently targeted the Green Zone, where the U.S. embassy, other foreign missions and Iraqi government offices are located.

Cambodia's throne council has chosen Prince Norodom Sihamoni as the country's new king. He will be crowned October 29, after returning to Phnom Penh with his father, King Norodom Sihanouk, who surprised the nation last week by announcing his abdication for health reasons.

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