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  1. Poland's eurosceptic president will sign the European Union's Lisbon treaty on Sunday, a senior official said Thursday, making ratification in the Czech Republic the last major hurdle for the treaty.
    08-10-2009 by keiraknigr
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  2. Cisco launched software that shines light on potentially troublesome websites hidden in what the US computer security firm dubbed the "Dark Web."
    09-10-2009 by paulauaulu
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  3. Deposed Honduran President Manuel Zelaya and the interim government agreed to create a joint cabinet and ditch amnesty for coup leaders, one of the ousted leader's negotiators said.
    11-10-2009 by gdewittiew
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  4. The UN's special representative to Afghanistan acknowledged Sunday for the first time that the country's presidential election had been tainted by "significant" and "widespread" fraud.
    12-10-2009 by nedcodecoe
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  5. Tens of thousands of people have fled Pakistan's lawless tribal region ahead of an expected army offensive, officials said Wednesday, as fighter jets pounded Taliban positions.
    15-10-2009 by danieldild
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  6. The UN Human Rights Council endorsed a report accusing Israel and the Palestinian hardliners Hamas of war crimes in the Gaza conflict, dealing a fresh diplomatic blow to the Jewish state.
    17-10-2009 by ccarroller and 1 other
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  7. Pakistan said Friday that militants threatened the sovereignty of the nation after a twin suicide bombing capped an avalanche of attacks killing more than 170 people this month.
    17-10-2009 by allisoaaia and 1 other
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  8. US President Barack Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday, less than nine months into his term, and vowed to use it as a "call to action" to confront challenges facing the world.
    18-10-2009 by homerstokm
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  9. Pakistan vowed on Monday to target Taliban leaders and deal a killer blow to the Islamists as it pressed a major offensive Western military chiefs said was key to regional stability.
    19-10-2009 by cajohnsons
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  10. A French employee of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) was kidnapped in the war-torn western Sudanese region of Darfur on Thursday, the aid agency said.
    23-10-2009 by timevans7856
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