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Suu Kyi to stand in Myanmar by-elections

Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s most prominent dissident, will run in an upcoming by-election, a senior official in her party said, three days after her National League for Democracy (NLD) ended its boycott of the country’s political system. “Aung San Suu Kyi intends to stand for the by-election but it’s a bit early to say from which constituency she will ...

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Suu Kyi to stand in Myanmar by-elections

Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s most prominent dissident, will run in an upcoming by-election, a senior official in her party said, three days after her National League for Democracy (NLD) ended its boycott of the country’s political system. “Aung San Suu Kyi intends to stand for the by-election but it’s a bit early to say from which constituency she will ...

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Suu Kyi to stand in Myanmar by-elections

Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s most prominent dissident, will run in an upcoming by-election, a senior official in her party said, three days after her National League for Democracy (NLD) ended its boycott of the country’s political system. “Aung San Suu Kyi intends to stand for the by-election but it’s a bit early to say from which constituency she will ...

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Spain’s new leaders feel euro zone heat with Greece

MADRID/ATHENS (Reuters) – Spain’s newly-elected leadership must act fast to shore up investor confidence, analysts say, after the Socialist government became the fifth in the euro zone to be toppled by the debt crisis. In Greece, whose financial woes touched off the market nervousness now felt around the world, more political wrangling cast a pall over the new technocrat prime ...

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Spain’s new leaders feel euro zone heat with Greece

MADRID/ATHENS (Reuters) – Spain’s newly-elected leadership must act fast to shore up investor confidence, analysts say, after the Socialist government became the fifth in the euro zone to be toppled by the debt crisis. In Greece, whose financial woes touched off the market nervousness now felt around the world, more political wrangling cast a pall over the new technocrat prime ...

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Spain’s new leaders feel euro zone heat with Greece

MADRID/ATHENS (Reuters) – Spain’s newly-elected leadership must act fast to shore up investor confidence, analysts say, after the Socialist government became the fifth in the euro zone to be toppled by the debt crisis. In Greece, whose financial woes touched off the market nervousness now felt around the world, more political wrangling cast a pall over the new technocrat prime ...

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NYC mayor: al-Qaida sympathizer arrested in bomb plot

NEW YORK (AP) – Authorities have arrested an al-Qaida sympathizer on charges of plotting to bomb various New York City locations, including police and post offices, and targeting U.S. troops returning…

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NYC mayor: al-Qaida sympathizer arrested in bomb plot

NEW YORK (AP) – Authorities have arrested an al-Qaida sympathizer on charges of plotting to bomb various New York City locations, including police and post offices, and targeting U.S. troops returning…

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NYC mayor: al-Qaida sympathizer arrested in bomb plot

NEW YORK (AP) – Authorities have arrested an al-Qaida sympathizer on charges of plotting to bomb various New York City locations, including police and post offices, and targeting U.S. troops returning…

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Bradley Manning hearing date set as court martial process finally begins

Manning, accused of leaking secrets to WikiLeaks, to go to pre-trial – known as Article 32 hearing – in Maryland next month Bradley Manning: the proceedings, at Ford Meade in Maryland, are expected to last five days. Photograph: AP Bradley Manning, the US soldier who has been held in confinement for the past 18 months on suspicion of having leaked ...

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