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8 Dec.Global News Update
8 Dec.Global News Update
8 Dec.Global News Update
8 Dec.Global News Update
8 Dec.Global News Update
8 Dec.Global News Update
8 Dec.Global News Update
8 Dec.Global News Update
8 Dec.Global News Update
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8 Dec.Global News Update- catch the news today!

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  • 1. Global News Update 8 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. Rice: 'No doubt' Mumbai attacks planned in Pakistan "There's no doubt" that the deadly attack on India's financial capital last month was planned inside Pakistan, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told CNN on Sunday.
  • 3. EU looks to increase pressure on Mugabe The European Union's foreign policy chief has called for increased political pressure to force Zimbabwe's leader Robert Mugabe to step down, as the country's humanitarian crisis worsens.
  • 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. UK PM: Zimbabwe cholera outbreak is 'an international emergency' UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown has branded the cholera crisis in Zimbabwe "an international emergency" and called on the world community to confront President Robert Mugabe, leader of the central African nation.
  • 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. Riots continue across Greece after teen killed by police Bursts of tear gas exploded in downtown Athens as police continued to battle hundreds of young self-styled anarchists rioting Sunday in major cities across Greece.
  • 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. Obama: Carmakers need change at the top President-elect demands restructuring as key senator says GM's Wagoner should resign.
  • 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. Religious 'shun nanotechnology' Attitudes to nanotechnology may be determined by religious and cultural beliefs, suggest researchers writing in the journal Nature Nanotechnology.
  • 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. Twilight Director Not Returning for Sequel Catherine Hardwicke delivered the biggest opening weekend ever for a female film director— not to mention Robert Pattinson to the screaming fans—but it doesn't look like she'll be getting the chance to top that record with the next Twilight film.
  • 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. England agree return to India for test series England have agreed to return to India with a full-strength squad for the teams' two-test series despite concerns over security in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Mumbai.
  • 10. Have a nice day, today! Join us for some more news updates, tomorrow..

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