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      CHURCHES VIE TO ATTRACT THE NEWEST FIRST FAMILY
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     November 22, 2008; B01 There have been letters, discreet inquiries and bold appeals. Some are using their connections; others are just seeking a foot in the door.

It‘s part of the spirited competition among Washington churches to land the most sought–after Christians in town: the Obama family.
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      FORMER PILOTS‘ UNION CHIEF GETS BACKING TO LEAD FAA
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     D02 Labor leaders are pushing for Duane E. Woerth, a former pilots‘ union president who played an important role in aviation issues in the aftermath of the 2001 terrorist attacks, to lead the Federal Aviation Administration under President–elect Barack Obama.

Woerth was president of the Air Line Pil >>>


      GATES BACKS BUILDUP OF U.S. TROOPS IN AFGHANISTAN
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     By Ann Scott TysonWashington Post Staff WriterSaturday, November 22, 2008; A03 Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said yesterday that he supports a fresh troop buildup in Afghanistan –– officially estimated at more than 20,000 U.S. troops in the next 12 to 18 months –– to fight a growing insurgenc >>>


      NEED A TICKET? TAKE A NUMBER.
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     By Avis Thomas–LesterWashington Post Staff WriterSaturday, November 22,
2008; B01 With about 55,000 requests for fewer than 400 tickets to Barack Obama‘s inauguration, Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin‘s staff says he has no choice but to dispense them in a random drawing. Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski, a fellow >>>


      OBAMA‘S BREACHED ACCOUNT INACTIVE
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     D03 None of President–elect Barack Obama‘s voice mails were listened to nor were his e–mails viewed by Verizon Wireless employees who accessed his personal cellphone account, a spokesman on the transition team said yesterday.

Verizon Wireless said company officials discovered earlier this week >>>


      OBAMA CLOSE TO CHOOSING CLINTON, JONES FOR KEY POSTS
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     Staff WritersSaturday, November 22, 2008; A01 Barack Obama appears intent on naming an experienced and centrist foreign policy team, with Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton as secretary of state and retired Marine Gen. James L. Jones as national security adviser, sources said yesterday.

A friend of Clinton‘s sai >>>


      OBAMA GIRLS WILL GO TO SIDWELL FRIENDS
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     By Richard LeibyWashington Post Staff WriterSaturday, November 22, 2008; C01 Continuing a tradition among Washington‘s power elite, President–elect Barack Obama and his wife have decided to send their kids to Sidwell Friends School. Michelle Obama confirmed yesterday that Malia and Sasha, the incoming first >>>


      TOP SCIENTIST RAILS AGAINST HIRINGS
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     By Juliet Eilperin and Carol D. LeonnigWashington Post Staff WritersSaturday, November 22, 2008; A03 The president of the nation‘s largest general science organization yesterday sharply criticized recent cases of Bush administration political appointees gaining permanent federal jobs with responsibility for making >>>


      ANNAN, CARTER BARRED FROM ZIMBABWE
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – Zimbabwe has barred former U.N. secretary general Kofi Annan, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and other prominent figures from visiting the country to assess the humanitarian crisis, the group said on Saturday.

They were denied travel visas to Zimbabwe despite the intervention >>>


      APEC LEADERS: TRADE PROTECTIONISM IS ROAD TO RUIN
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     LIMA, Peru –– Leaders of 21 nations in Asia and the Americas said Saturday that the world‘s top economies must resist protectionist measures _ no matter how punishing the global downturn gets.

At a summit in Peru, the leaders sought to build on last weekend‘s Group of 20 summit in Washin >>>


      BRITISH MAY BAN ‘HAPPY HOUR‘ AS DRINK DEATHS RISE
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     LONDON –– Britain is considering a ban on "happy hour" discounts at bars and restaurants to curb drinking, a spokesman said Saturday, as health advocates warned that a rise in liver–related deaths among young people may signal a future epidemic.

Health officials will decide on whethe >>>


      BUSH URGES COUNTRIES TO AVOID PROTECTIONISM
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     AM LIMA, Peru –– President George W. Bush, faced with a dwindling number of days in office, was using his final world summit to try to keep a virulent economic crisis from triggering a retreat into protectionism.

Bush was pushing to get the 21–nation Asia–Pacific Economic Cooperation mee >>>


      CAN LOVE CONQUER CASTE?
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     By Emily WaxWashington Post Foreign ServiceSaturday, November 22, 2008; A01 NEW DELHI –– She was a gutsy student leader known for hunger strikes and provocative street theater at universities across the country, exposing the plight of India‘s beleaguered lower castes. He was a worldly gadfly with a pas >>>


      CARTER, ANNAN, OTHERS REFUSED ENTRY TO ZIMBABWE
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     AM JOHANNESBURG, South Africa –– Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said Saturday that he and others planning a humanitarian mission in Zimbabwe had been refused entry to the impoverished African country.

Carter and two other members of The Elders group _ former U.N. Secretary–General Kofi Ann >>>


      CHILE‘S LAPSE IN NOTIFICATION LEAVES HIV–POSITIVE UNAWARE
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     2008; A11 The latest face of Chile‘s HIV crisis is a woman with no face at all.

Hidden behind dark glasses, her head swathed in a shawl to hide her identity, the 25–year–old woman known as "Lorena" or "L.C.C." filed a lawsuit in the city of San Antonio this week, flanked by >>>


      CHINESE GOVERNOR, DEMONSTRATORS HOLD HIGH–PROFILE MEETING
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     By Lauren KeaneWashington Post Foreign ServiceSaturday, November 22, 2008; A12 BEIJING, Nov. 21 –– A senior Chinese official met with participants in a recent riot, according to the protesters and media reports Friday, as the government sought to highlight how much it was doing in the face of a shaky economy >>>


      GREECE: PIRATES RELEASE TANKER, CREW SAFE
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     ATHENS, Greece –– Somali pirates have released a Greek–owned tanker that was hijacked in September, a Greek government spokesman said Saturday.

The tanker MV Genius was released Friday with its cargo of refined oil intact and the crew of 1' safe, Merchant Marine Ministry spokesman Constant >>>


      IRAQ WARNS OF CONSEQUENCES OF EARLY U.S. PULLOUT
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Iraq‘s defense minister on Saturday warned of the dangers of withdrawing U.S. forces before the end of 2011, a date set with Washington in a security pact opposed by some lawmakers.

Defense Minister General Abdel Qader Jassim said withdrawing before that date would threaten Iraq& >>>


      JONES WOULD BRING BROAD EXPERIENCE TO SECURITY POST
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     2008; A04 If President–elect Barack Obama turns to James L. Jones Jr. to be his national security adviser, his administration would gain someone whose career spans much of the contemporary security landscape.

During 40 years in the Marine Corps, Jones, 64, rose from being a platoon and company commander i >>>


      PAKISTAN OFFICIALS: AT LEAST 5 SUSPECTED TERRORISTS KILLED
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     By Candace RondeauxWashington Post Staff WriterSaturday, November 22, 2008;
11:01 AM KABUL, Nov. 22 –– A fugitive al–Qaeda operative and at least four other extremist fighters were killed Saturday in a suspected U.S. missile strike in a tribal area of northwest Pakistan, according to two Pakistani >>>


      PENTAGON URGED TO REVERSE MASK BAN
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     2008; A10 Thirteen members of Congress and an association of interpreters this week urged the Pentagon to rescind a policy that prohibits interpreters who work with U.S. troops in Baghdad from wearing ski masks to conceal their identity.

The U.S. military command for the Baghdad region said it began enforcing t >>>


      SADR FOLLOWERS RALLY AGAINST U.S. ACCORD
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     By Mary Beth SheridanWashington Post Staff WriterSaturday, November 22,
2008; A10 BAGHDAD, Nov. 21 –– Thousands of followers of radical Shiite cleric Moqtada al–Sadr demonstrated Friday against an agreement that would extend the U.S. military presence in Iraq, shouting "America out!" and >>>


      SOMALI REBELS TAKE STEPS TO ATTACK TANKER PIRATES
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     MOGADISHU (Reuters) Islamist militants in Somalia took steps on Saturday to attack pirates behind the world‘s biggest hijack and rescue the captured Saudi Arabian supertanker, an Islamist spokesman said.

The Sirius Star is carrying $100 million worth of oil and a 25–man crew from the Philippines, Sa >>>


      SUDANESE OPPOSITION LEADER KILLED IN CAR CRASH
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     KHARTOUM, Sudan –– The secretary general of a Sudanese opposition party was killed in a car crash Saturday on a highway outside the capital, dealing a blow to the party as it prepares for elections expected next year.

Abdel Nabi Ahmed, of the Umma party, was driving with his two sons south of Kharto >>>


      U.S. STRIKE IN PAKISTAN KILLS WANTED BRITISH MILITANT
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) – Rashid Rauf, a British militant with al Qaeda links, was killed along with an Egyptian by a suspected U.S. missile strike in a Pakistani tribal region on Saturday, Pakistan television and intelligence officers said.

Rauf, the suspected ringleader of a 2006 plot to blow up tr >>>


      UKRAINE MARKS ANNIVERSARY OF GREAT FAMINE
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     PM KIEV, Ukraine –– Church bells tolled, candles flickered under falling snow and national flags, adorned with black ribbons, flew in the Ukrainian capital Kiev Saturday as the country marked the anniversary of the start of a Soviet–era famine that killed millions.

But the solemn events were o >>>


      US: FINANCIAL WOES NO EXCUSE IN FUNDING AFGHAN WAR
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     CORNWALLIS, Nova Scotia –– Even in a global financial crisis, the world cannot afford to skimp on its obligations to Afghanistan, which wants to double the size of its army but will never be able to pay for it, Defense Secretary Robert Gates says.

Gates said some characterizations of backsliding in >>>


      VOLCANO ERUPTS IN NICARAGUA WITH SMALL QUAKES
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     MANAGUA, Nicaragua –– Nicaragua‘s San Cristobal volcano is spewing ash and gas, provoking a shudder of small earthquakes.

The Nicaraguan Institute of Territorial Studies says the volcano has been erupting for two days, causing quakes of up to magnitude–4.

The institute says Satu >>>


      WHITE HOUSE: MEETING SET ON NORTH KOREAN NUKES
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     PM LIMA, Peru –– Representatives of the U.S. and other nations trying to get North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons have agreed to meet next month to persuade the communist nation to comply with strict measures that would prove it is not hiding any active atomic programs.

White House press secre >>>


      WITH EACH FRENCH BIRTH, A DIVIDEND FROM THE STATE
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     By Edward CodyWashington Post Foreign ServiceSaturday, November 22, 2008; A10 ALBI, France –– Stéphanie Guiraud–Chaumeil was still in law school when her son Paul was born 14 years ago. Later came Valentine, a daughter now 10. Then Mathieu, ', and finally little Louise, 7.

With four c >>>


      INDIAN PRESIDENT TO VISIT VIETNAM
      Nhan Dan, 22-11-2008
     Nhan Dan – President of India Pratibha Devisigh Patil and her husband will pay an official visit to Vietnam from November 24–28 at the invitation of President Nguyen Minh Triet, according to an official announcement on November 21 by the Foreign Ministry.
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      LAO NA LEADER PRAISES VIETNAM‘S ASSISTANCE
      Nhan Dan, 22-11-2008
     Chairman of the Lao National Assembly Thongsing Thammavong has stated that Vietnam‘s co–operation, assistance and experiences are always necessary and important to the Lao National Assembly.

The Lao NA leader made this statement while receiving a delegation from Vietnam‘s Binh Thuan province, >>>


      NA STANDING COMMITTEE OPENS 14TH
      Nhan Dan, 22-11-2008
     opens 14th session Photo:VNA.

The 14th session of the National Assembly Standing Committee opened in Hanoi on November 21, with amendments to an ordinance on natural resources tax and to a resolution on export tariff being scheduled to be tabled for approval.

National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Phu Trong >>>


      PM: INFLATION CONTROL CONTINUES TO BE NEXT YEAR‘S PRIORITY
      Nhan Dan, 22-11-2008
     Addressing a meeting in Hanoi on November 21 regarding the Planning and Investment sector‘s work for 200', PM Dung also reiterated next year‘s GDP growth rate target of 6.5%.

In order to attain this target, the Planning and Investment sector should act as advisors over the balance and control of >>>


      PRIME MINISTER TO ATTEND 5TH
      Nhan Dan, 22-11-2008
     of Vietnam, Lao and Cambodia Nhan Dan – Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung will attend the 5th Meeting of Prime Ministers of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia on the Development Triangle in the capital city of Vientiane, Laos from November 26–27.

According to an official announcement on November 21 by the Fore >>>


      VIETNAM – CHINA LINK STARTS AT LOCAL LEVEL: PARTY LEADER
      Nhan Dan, 22-11-2008
     Photo: VNA. Party General Secretary Nong Duc Manh has highlighted the working relationship between Vietnamese and Chinese localities as an important channel in strengthening the two countries‘ comprehensive co–operation.

The Party leader made this remark while receiving Zhang Gaoli, Politburo member >>>


      VIETNAM AND VENEZUELA VOW TO BUILD COMPREHENSIVE PARTNERSHIP
      Nhan Dan, 22-11-2008
     Photo:VNA. Vietnam and Venezuela have pledged to develop a comprehensive and equal partnership between the two countries in order to meet each country‘s development requirements and contribute to the peace, stability, co–operation and development in the two regions and the world.

This commitment was >>>


      VIETNAM SUPPORTS REVITALISATION OF UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY‘S WORK
      Nhan Dan, 22-11-2008
     Vietnamese Ambassador Bui The Giang stressed the importance of the revitalisation of the work of the UN General Assembly, saying that this process will help enhance UN reform.

Speaking at the general debate at the 63rd Session of the General Assembly on the Revitalisation of the General Assembly‘s work in >>>


      CHAMPIONNAT D1: LA JS KABYLIE ACCROCHÉE, LE RC KOUBA VA MAL
      APS, 22-11-2008
      ALGER – La JS Kabylie a été accrochée une nouvelle fois ŕ domicile par l‘USM Annaba (1–1) vendredi en match retard du Championnat d‘Algérie de football de division Une, tandis que le RCKouba va de mal en pis apr';s sa deuxi';me défaite face au CABBA >>>


      COMMISSION MIXTE ALGÉRO–KOWEĎTIENNE Ŕ ALGER: IDENTIFIER DE NOUVELLES ACTIONS DE COOPÉRATION MULTISECTORIELLES
      APS, 22-11-2008
      ALGER – Les travaux de La 5e session de la commission mixte algéro–koweďtienne ont débuté samedi ŕ Alger sous la co–présidence du ministre des Finances, M. Karim Djoudi, et de son homologue koweďtien, M. Mustapha Djassem Echamali. Cette rencontre constitue une occasi >>>


      LA MECQUE ABRITERA LA SEMAINE PROCHAINE SA GRANDE CONFÉRENCE ISLAMIQUE
      APS, 22-11-2008
      LA MECQUE – Le minist';re saoudien du Hadj organisera du 3 au 5 Dhou El–Hidja (décembre) sa grande conférence islamique pour la saison du Hadj (142'/2008) avec la participation de savants et de penseurs des quatre coins du monde, ont indiqué les médias saoudiens. Les th&# >>>


      LIGUE DES CHAMPIONS ARABE: SOLIDE ASSURANCE DE L‘ENTENTE DE SÉTIF
      APS, 22-11-2008
      SETIF – L‘Entente de Sétif qui affrontera mercredi ŕ Beyrouth (Liban) le ‘‘onze‘‘ local d‘Al Ansar, en match retour du 1er tour de la Ligue des champions arabes de football, affiche une belle assurance et n‘envisage rien d‘autre que la qualification. Victo >>>


      PLUS DE MOSQUÉES QUE D‘IMAMS EN ALGÉRIE
      APS, 22-11-2008
      ALGER – Le secteur des Affaires religieuses et des wakfs dispose de plus de mosquées que d‘imams, a affirmé vendredi le ministre des Affaires religieuses et des Wakfs, M. Bouadallah Ghlamallah. "Nous avons plus de mosquées que d‘imam bien que nous ayons des instituts spécialis >>>


      UNE LIGNE AÉRIENNE CONSTANTINE–TUNIS "AVANT LA FIN DE L‘ANNÉE"
      APS, 22-11-2008
      CONSTANTINE – Une ligne aérienne bi–hebdomadaire reliera les aéroports Mohamed–Boudiaf de Constantine et Tunis–Carthage "ŕ partir de décembre prochain", a annoncé samedi le directeur régional de la compagnie "Air Algérie". Ce vol s‘eff >>>


      15 UN DIPLOMATS TO VISIT AFGHANISTAN
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 22-11-2008
     The fifteen UN Security Council member diplomats will visit Afghanistan to assess the prevailing situation and to assure Kabul of its support.

The week–long visit to begin Saturday will be headed by Italy‘s UN Ambassador, Giulio Terzi de Sant‘agata and include Afghan–born US Ambassador t >>>


      AFGHAN ENTERTAINERS HOST CHARITY EVENT IN FREMONT ON SATURDAY
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 22-11-2008
     The Association of Afghan Entertainers and the Hayward–based Noor TV station are hosting "One Child at a Time" on Saturday in Fremont –– a charity concert to help bring awareness and raise money to help suffering Afghan children during the winter.

Bay Area Afghan emigrees fear that m >>>


      AFGHAN OFFICIAL: SUICIDE BOMB ATTACK KILLS 3
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 22-11-2008
     KANDAHAR, Afghanistan – A suicide bomber drove his car into the gate of an army base in southern Afghanistan on Friday and detonated his explosives, killing three civilians, a provincial official said.

The bombing in Shajoy district of Zabul province also seriously wounded four Afghan army soldiers, Deputy Gov. >>>


      AFGHANISTAN MARKETS ITS BRAND OF POMEGRANATES
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 22-11-2008
     (KABUL, Afghanistan) This ancient land is telling the world that it has a trendy, new replacement for its dreaded poppy crop: sweet, juicy pomegranates.

The country will stamp a logo on all boxes of the pomegranate for export: a drawing of the sliced, red fruit with seeds spilling out and a label that announces >>>


      AFGHANISTAN: THE ‘LIGHT‘ IN SHAMELLAH‘S FINGERS
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 22-11-2008
     discoloured leaves from the young almond and willow trees. There are rows of neatly planted saplings of different heights within the walls that define her small home nursery. Pointing at the larger plants, she says she sold one thousand like them last January for US$880.

"With the money, I have been able t >>>


      IS KASHMIR KEY TO AFGHAN PEACE?
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 22-11-2008
     NEW DELHI; and ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN – As part of his push to find new solutions to the war in Afghanistan, President–elect Barack Obama is considering a new diplomatic push on Kashmir, reversing eight years of American silence on the issue.

Mr. Obama has argued that Pakistan will not fully commit to >>>


      KAZAKHSTAN, U.S. MILITARY DISCUSS AFGHANISTAN CARGO TRANSIT
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 22-11-2008
     ASTANA. Nov 21 (Interfax) – Kazakhstan Deputy Defense Minister Bulat Sembinov and Commander of the U.S. Transportation Command Duncan McNabb met in Astana on Friday to discuss prospects for military cooperation, Kazakhstan Defense Ministry said in a press release.

The parties have discussed "the poss >>>


      MAZAR HEALTH PROBLEMS LEGACY OF LAND–GRAB
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 22-11-2008
     Residents of Mazar–e–Sharif suffer ill effects of polluted environment caused by urban expansion on land seized by warlords.

Institute for War & Peace Reporting By an IWPR–trained reporter in Mazar–e–Sharif (ARR No. 305,
20–Nov–08) Amad Samim, 15, was covered in >>>


      US URGES YET MORE TROOPS FOR AFGHANISTAN
      Àôãàíñêàÿ ïðåññà îíëàéí, 22-11-2008
     US Defense Secretary Robert Gates has arrived in Canada to address a NATO meeting over a possible surge of troops in war–torn Afghanistan.

During the Friday meeting, defense ministers from Canada, Britain, Australia, Estonia, Romania, Denmark and the Netherlands with troops in Afghanistan will discuss a U >>>


      IF ONLY YOU LOOK AROUND
      Arab News, 22-11-2008
     Commentary by Sayyid Qutb In the name of God, the Lord of Grace, the Ever Merciful The sun also runs its set course: that is laid down by the will of the Almighty, the All–Knowing. And for the moon We have determined phases until it finally becomes like an old date stalk. Neither the sun can overtake the moon, nor >>>


      LAWS FROM THE QUR&#3'AN
      Arab News, 22-11-2008
     I read that the number of Qur’anic verses outlining laws and rules is between two and four hundred. Needless to say, such a small number cannot provide laws that answer the needs of all societies in all times, as the Qur’an is meant to provide. I also read that the task of deduction of such law is thus left to scholars. >>>


      THE PROPHET&#3'S HAJ STEP BY STEP — 4
      Arab News, 22-11-2008
     Adil Salahi | Arab News The ProphetÅfs Haj step by step – 4 The articles in this series quote the detailed Hadith narrated by Jabir ibn Abdullah, describing the pilgrimage of the Prophet (peace be upon him) from the moment he announced his intention to do it. This Hadith provides the basis of most of the rul >>>


      4 MORE PUNISHED OVER ‘JOE THE PLUMBER‘ SEARCHES
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     COLUMBUS, Ohio –– Two more senior managers at the Ohio agency where computers were used to dig up information about "Joe the Plumber" have been suspended without pay for their roles in the searches, an official at the agency said Friday.

Fred Williams, the Department of Job and Family Serv >>>


      KENTUCKY EXECUTES FIRST INMATE IN ' YEARS
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     PM EDDYVILLE, Ky. –– A Kentucky inmate who resisted all appeals to stop his execution was put to death Friday for murdering two young children.

In the state‘s first execution in nine years, Marco Allen Chapman was given a lethal injection at the Kentucky State Penitentiary. He was pronounced d >>>


      NTSB: TRAIN RAN RED SIGNAL IN THIS WEEK‘S CRASH
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     SANTA ANA, Calif. –– A Southern California commuter train that sideswiped a freight train this week had run a red signal, an investigator said Friday, and officials are looking at brake problems or human error as possible causes.

No serious injuries were reported, but the accident stirred still&ndas >>>


      SEX–CRIMES PROSECUTOR ACCUSED OF RAPING COLLEAGUE
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     MARTINEZ, Calif. –– A sex–crimes prosecutor in California has pleaded not guilty to tying up and raping a colleague while threatening her with an ice pick and a handgun.

Fifty–one–year–old Michael Gressett faces 12 felony charges and adamantly denies the allegations. His lawy >>>


      FRENCH SOCIALIST LEADER VOTE TOO CLOSE TO CALL
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     ':5' PM PARIS –– A vote tally between two women vying to head the Socialist Party and lead the opposition against France‘s conservative president was too close to call, a senior party official said early Saturday.

Former presidential candidate Segolene Royal and Martine Aubry, the arch >>>


      GATES WOULD LIKE TO ADD US FORCES IN AFGHANISTAN
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     CORNWALLIS, Nova Scotia –– Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Friday he would like to add significant U.S. forces to the war in Afghanistan before national elections scheduled for next year, and that grim depictions of backsliding in the seven–year–old war are "far too pessimistic." Ga >>>


      GERMANY DROPS ATTEMPT TO BAN SCIENTOLOGY
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     POTSDAM, Germany –– Germany is dropping its pursuit of a ban on Scientology after finding insufficient evidence of illegal activity, security officials said Friday. Domestic intelligence services will continue to monitor the group, officials said. The German branch of the Los Angeles–based Church of Sc >>>


      KEY UN COMMITTEE TARGETS RIGHTS ABUSERS
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     PM UNITED NATIONS –– A key U.N. committee criticized Myanmar and North Korea on their human rights records Friday, and also targeted Iran despite its efforts to block the vote.

Separate resolutions approved by the General Assembly‘s human rights committee expressed serious concern at accusatio >>>


      LEADERS OF ASIA, AMERICAS FACE PRESSURE ON ECONOMY
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     LIMA, Peru –– Leaders of Asia and the Americas faced mounting pressure Friday to stop the spread of the financial crisis and resuscitate moribund free–trade talks as they flew into Lima for a weekend summit.

At the top of the agenda for the 21 leaders of the Asia–Pacific Economic Coopera >>>


      MEXICAN CRASH PROBE FINDS FAULT IN PILOT TRAINING
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     MEXICO CITY –– Investigators said Friday that they have found evidence of irregularities in the training records of at least one of the pilots handling a jet that crashed earlier this month, killing Mexico‘s interior secretary.

Investigators had previously pointed to instability caused by the >>>


      SUSPECTED U.S. MISSILE STRIKE KILLS 4 IN PAKISTAN
      Washington Post, 22-11-2008
     ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – A suspected U.S. drone aircraft fired missiles in the North Waziristan tribal region of Pakistan killing at least four people, according to Pakistani intelligence officials.

The attack on a house near the town of Mir Ali came just two days after Pakistan lodged a protest with the U.S >>>


      Alberto Fernández recibió una andanada de críticas y les pegó a Carrió y a Macri
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Alberto Fernández recibió una andanada de críticas y les pegó a Carrió y a Macri
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Alberto Fernández recibió una andanada de críticas y les pegó a Carrió y a Macri
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Alberto Fernández recibió una andanada de críticas y les pegó a Carrió y a Macri
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Alberto Fernández recibió una andanada de críticas y les pegó a Carrió y a Macri
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Alberto Fernández recibió una andanada de críticas y les pegó a Carrió y a Macri
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Alberto Fernández recibió una andanada de críticas y les pegó a Carrió y a Macri
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Alberto Fernández recibió una andanada de críticas y les pegó a Carrió y a Macri
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Alberto Fernández recibió una andanada de críticas y les pegó a Carrió y a Macri
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Alberto Fernández recibió una andanada de críticas y les pegó a Carrió y a Macri
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Internaron de urgencia a Chacho Alvarez
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Internaron de urgencia a Chacho Alvarez
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Internaron de urgencia a Chacho Alvarez
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Internaron de urgencia a Chacho Alvarez
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Internaron de urgencia a Chacho Alvarez
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Internaron de urgencia a Chacho Alvarez
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Internaron de urgencia a Chacho Alvarez
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Internaron de urgencia a Chacho Alvarez
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Internaron de urgencia a Chacho Alvarez
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Internaron de urgencia a Chacho Alvarez
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
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      Pusieron fin a las AFJP y sólo habrá jubilación estatal
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
     salteños Juan Carlos Romero y Sonia Escudero. Los que abandonaron la rebeldía y respaldaron el proyecto oficial fueron los santafesinos Carlos Reutemann y Roxana Latorre, el pampeano Rubén Marín, la riojana Teresita Quintela y la chaqueña Elena Corregido.Lo mismo hizo el socialista Rubén Giustiniani, que votó con el bloque K, aunque objetó >>>


      Pusieron fin a las AFJP y sólo habrá jubilación estatal
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
     salteños Juan Carlos Romero y Sonia Escudero. Los que abandonaron la rebeldía y respaldaron el proyecto oficial fueron los santafesinos Carlos Reutemann y Roxana Latorre, el pampeano Rubén Marín, la riojana Teresita Quintela y la chaqueña Elena Corregido.Lo mismo hizo el socialista Rubén Giustiniani, que votó con el bloque K, aunque objetó >>>


      Pusieron fin a las AFJP y sólo habrá jubilación estatal
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
     salteños Juan Carlos Romero y Sonia Escudero. Los que abandonaron la rebeldía y respaldaron el proyecto oficial fueron los santafesinos Carlos Reutemann y Roxana Latorre, el pampeano Rubén Marín, la riojana Teresita Quintela y la chaqueña Elena Corregido.Lo mismo hizo el socialista Rubén Giustiniani, que votó con el bloque K, aunque objetó >>>


      Pusieron fin a las AFJP y sólo habrá jubilación estatal
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
     salteños Juan Carlos Romero y Sonia Escudero. Los que abandonaron la rebeldía y respaldaron el proyecto oficial fueron los santafesinos Carlos Reutemann y Roxana Latorre, el pampeano Rubén Marín, la riojana Teresita Quintela y la chaqueña Elena Corregido.Lo mismo hizo el socialista Rubén Giustiniani, que votó con el bloque K, aunque objetó >>>


      Pusieron fin a las AFJP y sólo habrá jubilación estatal
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
     salteños Juan Carlos Romero y Sonia Escudero. Los que abandonaron la rebeldía y respaldaron el proyecto oficial fueron los santafesinos Carlos Reutemann y Roxana Latorre, el pampeano Rubén Marín, la riojana Teresita Quintela y la chaqueña Elena Corregido.Lo mismo hizo el socialista Rubén Giustiniani, que votó con el bloque K, aunque objetó >>>


      Pusieron fin a las AFJP y sólo habrá jubilación estatal
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
     salteños Juan Carlos Romero y Sonia Escudero. Los que abandonaron la rebeldía y respaldaron el proyecto oficial fueron los santafesinos Carlos Reutemann y Roxana Latorre, el pampeano Rubén Marín, la riojana Teresita Quintela y la chaqueña Elena Corregido.Lo mismo hizo el socialista Rubén Giustiniani, que votó con el bloque K, aunque objetó >>>


      Pusieron fin a las AFJP y sólo habrá jubilación estatal
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
     salteños Juan Carlos Romero y Sonia Escudero. Los que abandonaron la rebeldía y respaldaron el proyecto oficial fueron los santafesinos Carlos Reutemann y Roxana Latorre, el pampeano Rubén Marín, la riojana Teresita Quintela y la chaqueña Elena Corregido.Lo mismo hizo el socialista Rubén Giustiniani, que votó con el bloque K, aunque objetó >>>


      Pusieron fin a las AFJP y sólo habrá jubilación estatal
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
     salteños Juan Carlos Romero y Sonia Escudero. Los que abandonaron la rebeldía y respaldaron el proyecto oficial fueron los santafesinos Carlos Reutemann y Roxana Latorre, el pampeano Rubén Marín, la riojana Teresita Quintela y la chaqueña Elena Corregido.Lo mismo hizo el socialista Rubén Giustiniani, que votó con el bloque K, aunque objetó >>>


      Pusieron fin a las AFJP y sólo habrá jubilación estatal
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
     salteños Juan Carlos Romero y Sonia Escudero. Los que abandonaron la rebeldía y respaldaron el proyecto oficial fueron los santafesinos Carlos Reutemann y Roxana Latorre, el pampeano Rubén Marín, la riojana Teresita Quintela y la chaqueña Elena Corregido.Lo mismo hizo el socialista Rubén Giustiniani, que votó con el bloque K, aunque objetó >>>


      Pusieron fin a las AFJP y sólo habrá jubilación estatal
      Clarin, 22-11-2008
     salteños Juan Carlos Romero y Sonia Escudero. Los que abandonaron la rebeldía y respaldaron el proyecto oficial fueron los santafesinos Carlos Reutemann y Roxana Latorre, el pampeano Rubén Marín, la riojana Teresita Quintela y la chaqueña Elena Corregido.Lo mismo hizo el socialista Rubén Giustiniani, que votó con el bloque K, aunque objetó >>>


      CHIC MORMÓN
      El Pais, 22-11-2008
     The Killers han logrado lo que parecía imposible: convencer a millones de fans en todo el mundo de que lo conservador puede ser cool. Entrevistamos a Brandon Flowers, el líder más formal del rock and roll. ¿QUÉ tiene que tener un grupo para llegar a ser grande? La pregunta parece sacar a Brandon Flowers —la viva imagen del sano joven ame >>>


      CHIC MORMÓN
      El Pais, 22-11-2008
     The Killers han logrado lo que parecía imposible: convencer a millones de fans en todo el mundo de que lo conservador puede ser cool. Entrevistamos a Brandon Flowers, el líder más formal del rock and roll. ¿QUÉ tiene que tener un grupo para llegar a ser grande? La pregunta parece sacar a Brandon Flowers —la viva imagen del sano joven ame >>>


      CHIC MORMÓN
      El Pais, 22-11-2008
     The Killers han logrado lo que parecía imposible: convencer a millones de fans en todo el mundo de que lo conservador puede ser cool. Entrevistamos a Brandon Flowers, el líder más formal del rock and roll. ¿QUÉ tiene que tener un grupo para llegar a ser grande? La pregunta parece sacar a Brandon Flowers —la viva imagen del sano joven ame >>>



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