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December 15th, 2008

Official: Iraq reporter detained by PM's security - Washington Post

By germanifa01 - December 15th, 2008, 0:55, Category: General

BAGHDAD -- An Iraqi official says a reporter who threw his shoes at President Bush is being held for questioning by Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's guards and is being tested for alcohol and drugs. The official tells The Associated Press that Muntadar al-Zeidi is being interrogated over whether

Seoul: No decision on halting energy aid to NKorea - WTOP Radio
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - South Korea said Monday it hasn't decided whether to go ahead with a promised shipment of fuel to North Korea after Pyongyang failed to cooperate at nuclear disarmament talks last week. That stance contradicts Washington's statement saying North Korea's five negotiating

World markets rise on renewed US auto bailout hope - Newsweek
Recommended (6) World's Biggest Companies Are Deep In Debt Asian Economies Go From Boom To Bust Carlos Ghosn: In the Driver’s Seat Gore: Don't Count On Magic No More Bail Outs Dell is Reshaping Its Marketing and Manufacturing (TOKYO) World stock markets rebounded Monday after the Bush

Bush survives Iraq shoe attack - Channel 4 News
US President George W Bush had a pair of shoes hurled at him during his farewell visit to Baghdad. Just weeks before he bequeaths the unpopular Iraq war to President-elect Barack Obama, Mr Bush declared that while great strides have been taken toward peace, "the war is not over". In a sign of

Colon cancer racial gap grows - Chicago Tribune
ATLANTA — The racial gap in colon cancer death rates is widening, a new report says, and experts partly blame blacks' lower screening rates and poor access to quality care. Colon and rectal cancer death rates are now nearly 50 percent higher in blacks than in whites, according to American Cancer