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13 Dec Global News update catch the news today
13 Dec Global News update catch the news today
13 Dec Global News update catch the news today
13 Dec Global News update catch the news today
13 Dec Global News update catch the news today
13 Dec Global News update catch the news today
13 Dec Global News update catch the news today
13 Dec Global News update catch the news today
13 Dec Global News update catch the news today
13 Dec Global News update catch the news today
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13 Dec Global News update catch the news today

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13 Dec Global News update catch the news today

13 Dec Global News update catch the news today

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  • 1. Global News Update 13 th Dec. 2008 Catch The NEWS Today!
  • 2. Hillary Clinton will face awkward questions about her husband's financial ties with Arab sheikhs and Central Asian oligarchs if Barack Obama nominates her as Secretary of State. Fresh clashes erupt in Athens Demonstrators and riot police clash in central Athens, the latest confrontation in a wave of unrest that has devastated the Greek capital and imperiled the government.
  • 3. Karzai tours U.S. aircraft carrier Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai took his first tour of a U.S. aircraft carrier Thursday in the Gulf of Oman to understand U.S. Navy overseas operations, the Navy said Friday.
  • 4. Hundreds of exiled Tibetans with their leader Dalai Lama have begun a landmark meeting in northern India to discuss their homeland's future with China in Dharamshala. Ecuador won't pay foreign debt interest Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa said Friday he will not pay interest on the nation's foreign debt and that he was prepared to accept any consequences.
  • 5. Hundreds of exiled Tibetans with their leader Dalai Lama have begun a landmark meeting in northern India to discuss their homeland's future with China in Dharamshala. U.S. envoy urges nations to aid Mumbai probe U.S. Deputy Secretary of State John Negroponte called Friday for international support to help India investigate the deadly terrorist attacks in Mumbai.
  • 6. Hundreds of exiled Tibetans with their leader Dalai Lama have begun a landmark meeting in northern India to discuss their homeland's future with China in Dharamshala. White House may bail out Big 3 The Bush administration says it will consider using the money set aside to help banks and Wall Street to rescue the auto industry.
  • 7. Hundreds of exiled Tibetans with their leader Dalai Lama have begun a landmark meeting in northern India to discuss their homeland's future with China in Dharamshala. 'Dancing lights' draw thousands to frozen north Scientists call the natural phenomenon aurora borealis: cascading beams of greens, yellows, blues, purples or reds -- which paint a breathtaking backdrop across the wilderness and attract thousands of tourists annually.
  • 8. Hundreds of exiled Tibetans with their leader Dalai Lama have begun a landmark meeting in northern India to discuss their homeland's future with China in Dharamshala. Actor Hugh Jackman to host Oscars Australian actor Hugh Jackman will be the host of the 2009 Academy Awards, organisers have announced.
  • 9. Hundreds of exiled Tibetans with their leader Dalai Lama have begun a landmark meeting in northern India to discuss their homeland's future with China in Dharamshala. F1 cuts costs to beat global economic crisis Formula One responds to the global economic downturn and the shock departure of Honda with a raft of cost-cutting measures for 2009 and following seasons, but plans for a standard engine in 2010 are not adopted.
  • 10. Have a nice day, today! Join us for some more news updates, tomorrow..

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