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  • New Mexico finally finished its Super Tuesday vote count. Hillary Clinton emerged as the winner of the New Mexico caucus by about 2,000 votes. — KOB
  • Masses of Lebanese attended two opposing Beirut gatherings today. Shiite Muslim supporters of Hezbollah bid farewell to its slain commander, Imad Mughniyeh. Their pro-Western opponents gathered to mark former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri's assassination in 2005. — International Herald Tribune
  • At the Shiite gathering mentioned above, Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah warned that the militant group is ready for "open war" with Israel, after the killing of one of its leaders in Syria. — BBC News
  • An Algerian pilot wrongly accused of training the September 11 hijackers has won the right to claim compensation from the British government. The man spent five months in jail. — Al Jazeera
  • A Justice Department official told Congress today that laws and other limits enacted since three terrorism suspects were waterboarded have eliminated the technique from what is now legal. On Wednesday, Congress moved to outlaw waterboarding and other harsh tactics. Bush said that he will veto any measure that limits the CIA's interrogation techniques. — The New York Times

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