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Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

ATHENS, Oct 9 (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel flew to the heart of Europe's debt crisis on Tuesday, braving protests by angry Greeks to take a message of support -- but no new money -- to a near-bankrupt nation fighting to stay in the euro.
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Our guarantee on International Day of The Girl Child is that we will do everything, everywhere to ensure that the millions of girls who have not gone to school today will get their chance of an education and have their basic human rights respected.
Carlos M. Duarte: Yesterday My Daughter Emigrated
What future awaits a society in which the youth only have two options: disappear, or adapt to work conditions that are more often than not abusive, and which require the support of their parents?
Tom Engelhardt: Overwrought Empire: The Discrediting of U.S. Military Power
The more dominant the U.S. military becomes in its ability to destroy and the more its forces are spread across the globe, the more the defeats and semi-defeats pile up, the more the missteps and mistakes grow, the more the strains show.
Malou Innocent: Romney vs. Reagan
The more Romney talks about foreign policy, the more he illustrates that he is tone-deaf about international affairs. After all, the problem for America is that it intervenes around the world too much, not too little.
Karim Pakravan: Iran Sanctions: The Case for Humanitarian Waivers
Crippling sanctions have paralyzed the Iranian economy, but have yet to achieve their stated aim, to force the regime to abandon its nuclear program. What they have done is to led to mass unemployment and the impoverishment of the average Iranian family.

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