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22 Dec global news update
22 Dec global news update
22 Dec global news update
22 Dec global news update
22 Dec global news update
22 Dec global news update
22 Dec global news update
22 Dec global news update
22 Dec global news update
22 Dec global news update
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22 Dec global news update

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22 Dec global news update- catch the news today!

22 Dec global news update- catch the news today!

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  • 1. Global News Update 22 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. Nine headless bodies found in Mexico Police found nine human heads and nine headless bodies in the Mexican state of Guerrero on Sunday, and some of the remains were of soldiers, officials said. The heads were found in Chilpancingo, the state's capital, and the bodies were found at a different location in Chilpancingo Attorney General Eduardo Medina Mora said organized-crime killings have risen.
  • 3. Suspected U.S. missiles hit targets in Pakistani tribal areas near the border with Afghanistan on Monday, killing at least seven people, Pakistani intelligence sources and local officials said. Suspected U.S. missiles hit Pakistan areas
  • 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. China to provide $19B to Taiwanese businesses China will provide 130 billion yuan ($19 billion) in financing over the next two to three years to Taiwan-based companies doing business in the mainland, the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council said Monday, the latest sign of warming ties between Beijing and Taipei.
  • 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. Colombian rebel group to release 6 hostages A Colombian rebel group announced plans to release 6 hostages, including former Gov. Alan Jara and former legislator Sigifredo Lopez Tobon, according to a statement from the group on Sunday.
  • 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. Iran raids, closes office, Nobel winner says Nobel Peace Prize laureate and human rights campaigner Shirin Ebadi was briefly taken into custody Sunday as Iranian authorities raided and indefinitely shut down two of her offices in Tehran, she told CNN.
  • 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. Toyota forecasts first ever loss Japanese automaker Toyota warned Monday that it will post the first operating loss in its 71-year history. A slump in sales and a surge in the value of the yen have wreaked havoc on its balance sheet, with the world's second biggest car maker revealing that its net revenues have dropped by 6.3 percent compared to a year ago. Toyota president Katsuaki Watanabe
  • 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. Drunk Lennon recording grabs $30K at auction Maybe it wasn't John Lennon's best musical effort, but a tape of an apparently inebriated Lennon warbling a cover of Lloyd Price's "Just Because" brought a sobering $30,000 at auction Sunday in Los Angeles.
  • 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. Beckham geared up for his Italian job Loan star David Beckham arrived at the San Siro on Sunday clutching his club shirt and was told he could begin AC Milan's next match against Roma in the Italian capital on January 11.
  • 10. Have a nice day, today! Join us for some more news updates, tomorrow..

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