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G-20 aims for deal on deficits
TORONTO: G-20 leaders closed in on a deal on Sunday to slash national deficits within three years, seeking to overcome divisions among world powers on how best to nurture a fragile global economic recovery. The heads of the world's major ...
Kyrgyzstan votes on Constitution
Life affected in Bangladesh
DHAKA: Bangladesh experienced the first anti-government countrywide dawn-to-dusk hartal on Sunday enforced by the main opposition BNP partially affecting major cities including Dhaka. The former Premier, Khaleda Zia, called the shutdown ...
Landmark euthanasia ruling
Karlsruhe (Germany): In a ruling that expands the right of dying people to refuse life-prolonging treatment, Germany's top court has acquitted a lawyer of attempted-euthanasia charges. Germany has very strict rules against allowing ...
First democratic poll in Guinea
CONAKRY: Guineans headed to the polls on Sunday in the West African nation's first democratic election since independence in 1958, hoping to end half a century of military and civilian dictatorships. Long queues of patient voters built ...
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