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Small quake shakes Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic (AP) PDF Print E-mail
AP - A 5.6-magnitude earthquake has shaken buildings in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic but caused no damage.
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Japan and China leaders aim to cool tensions (Reuters) PDF Print E-mail
Reuters - The leaders of China and Japan sought to ease months of tensions on Saturday, while Beijing gave Japan reassurances over worries about a drying-up of rare earth exports and a dispute over gas fields.
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Afghan police investigate the wreckage of a car used in a suicide attack in Kabul November 12, 2010. REUTERS/Omar SobhaniReuters - Taliban fighters attacked a foreign military base at the main airport in Afghanistan's east on Saturday, one of four incidents in 24 hours that marked a sudden upswing in violence.


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Iraq's Allawi: power-sharing deal "is dead" (Reuters) PDF Print E-mail

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki (left) listens to President Jalal Talabani. Iraqi lawmakers appear to have salvaged a power-sharing deal that gives Nuri al-Maliki a second term as premier, days after a dramatic walk-out from parliament by his former rivals.(AFP/File/Safin Hamed)Reuters - The head of Iraq's main Sunni-backed political group has pronounced a new power-sharing deal "dead" and predicted more violence, just days after the accord aiming to end political infighting was reached.


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Can China Tap the Brake on Growth? (Time.com) PDF Print E-mail
Time.com - China's Challenge: Tapping the Brake on Growth
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An alternative travel guide to Egypt:

The shark attacks in the diving mecca of Sharm el Sheikh certainly didn't help Egypt tourism but there are many other reasons to holidaying in Egypt. From ancient monuments, the world’s l...

Egypt - Land of the Pharaohs:

Egyptian culture balances the traditional with the contemporary. Tourists planning to book <a href="http://www.thomascook.com/destinations/egypt/">holidays to Egypt</a>

Holiday Guide to Egypt:

Egypt lies at the North Eastern tip of Africa, bordering Sudan to the south, Libya to the west and Israel to the east. The northern coast borders the Mediterranean sea and the eastern c...