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Global news update- 27 Nov 2008 - catch the news today!

Global news update- 27 Nov 2008 - catch the news today!

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27 Nov 2008 - catch the news today! 27 Nov 2008 - catch the news today! Presentation Transcript

  • Global News Update 27 th Nov 2008 Catch The NEWS Today!
  • 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 blast rocks Mumbai hotel as death toll climbs A fresh explosion has rocked a Mumbai hotel as Indian police battle to release hostages the day after gunmen carried out attacks across the city, killing more than 100 people.
  • Thailand closes second airport amid protests Thai authorities shut down Bangkok's second airport Thursday after it was overrun by anti-government protesters, completely cutting off the capital from air traffic as the prime minister rejected their demands to resign, deepening the country's crisis.
  • 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. Four killed in blast near Afghan U.S. Embassy A suicide car bomb blast, apparently targeting a military convoy, killed four people and wounded 15 others in Kabul Thursday morning, officials said. ?
  • 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. EC pushes $256B in spending to battle crunch The European Commission wants EU governments to jointly combat the growing economic slowdown with a €200 billion ($256.22 billion) stimulus plan to boost growth and confidence among consumers and businesses.
  • 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's central bank slashes interest rate China announced its biggest interest rate cut in 11 years on Wednesday to spur private borrowing and support a multibillion-dollar stimulus package to boost slowing economic growth. China's central bank
  • 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. Astronomers find hints of water on Saturn moon Astronomers looking at the spectacular supersonic plumes of gas and dust shooting off one of Saturn's moons say there are strong hints of liquid water, a key building block of life. Enceladus
  • 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. Nicole Richie and Joel Madden Wedding Nicole Richie and Joel Madden have finally set a date and according to OK! magazine, it’s their daughter Harlow’s first birthday.
  • 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. Germany grab slender lead in World Cup Martin Kaymer and Alex Cejka combined for a 10-under 62, giving Germany a one-stroke lead over Australia's Richard Green and Brendan Jones after the first round of the World Cup of Golf on Thursday.
  • Have a nice day, today! Join us for some more news updates, tomorrow..