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US commander seeking 30000-40000 troops: senator – AFP


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US commander seeking 30000-40000 troops: senator
AFP
WASHINGTON — The top commander of US and NATO forces in Afghanistan has asked for 30000-40000 more troops to fight Islamist insurgents, Republican Senator John McCain said on Sunday. The US military has declined to reveal how many troops General
Afghanistan Assessment Sparks Renewed Debate in WashingtonVoice of America
General Stanley McChrystal demands 40000 more troops for AfghanistanTimes Online
6 foreign troops killed in AfghanistanThe Associated Press
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Forecast: Ketsana moves into Asia – Aljazeera.net


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Forecast: Ketsana moves into Asia
Aljazeera.net
A state of calamity has been declared in the Philippines following the passage of tropical storm Ketsana, which ripped through Luzon on Saturday causing the worst flooding in living memory. As the storm hit,
Storm Leaves Dozens Dead in PhilippinesNew York Times
Philippines Storm Death Toll at 95, May Be 'Hundreds'Bloomberg
Over 100 killed and almost 340000 affected by 'Ondoy'GMA news.tv
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FBI says imam Ahmad Afzali worked both sides and tipped off suspects – New York Daily News


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FBI says imam Ahmad Afzali worked both sides and tipped off suspects
New York Daily News
The Queens imam arrested in the Denver terrorism probe is an FBI informant who the feds say became a double agent – tipping suspects that they were in the government's cross hairs. Ahmad Afzali, 37, insisted he's
FBI describes bomb plot involving terrorist suspect ZaziDenver Post
Terror suspect: 'Our phone call is being monitored'CNN International
Terror Plot Suspects To Appear In Federal CourtNPR
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US General Warns ‘Failure’ in Afghanistan Without New Troops – Voice of America


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US General Warns 'Failure' in Afghanistan Without New Troops
Voice of America
By VOA News The top US and NATO military commander in Afghanistan is warning that the mission "will likely result in failure" if more troops are not sent within the next year. The New York Times and The Washington Post published portions of a
Report: Troops needed to avoid Afghan failureThe Associated Press
US in Afghanistan failure warningBBC News
Taliban Terrorists Let Civilians Foil NATO Bombs for SoldiersBloomberg
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Obama pushes health care reform in media blitz – San Francisco Chronicle


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Obama pushes health care reform in media blitz
San Francisco Chronicle
President Obama sought to blanket the airwaves Sunday with an impassioned defense of his health care reform effort during back-to-back broadcasts of taped interviews on five morning news programs. In interviews conducted Friday at the White House,
Obama wants G20 to rethink global economyReuters
King: Busy week for the presidentCNN
Obama's TV Blitz: On The Air, but Off His Game?Washington Post
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The Emmy Awards embrace something old and something new – Los Angeles Times


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The Emmy Awards embrace something old and something new
Los Angeles Times
Reporting from Los Angeles and New York – The surprises came in the form of new and old at the 61st Primetime Emmys on Sunday as dark horses such as Toni Collette and Kristin Chenoweth beat out the favored winners while
Emmys acknowledge tough times for TV industryThe Associated Press
61st Annual Primetime Emmy AwardsWashington Post
Emmy Awards get boost from Neil Patrick HarrisReuters
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US commander seeking 30000-40000 troops: senator – AFP

Times OnlineUS commander seeking 30000-40000 troops: senatorAFPWASHINGTON — The top commander of US and NATO forces in Afghanistan has asked for 30000-40000 more troops to fight Islamist insurgents, Republican Senator John McCain said on Sunday. The US military has declined to reveal how many troops General …Afghanistan Assessment Sparks Renewed Debate in WashingtonVoice of AmericaGeneral […]

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Forecast: Ketsana moves into Asia – Aljazeera.net

Times OnlineForecast: Ketsana moves into AsiaAljazeera.netA state of calamity has been declared in the Philippines following the passage of tropical storm Ketsana, which ripped through Luzon on Saturday causing the worst flooding in living memory. As the storm hit, …Storm Leaves Dozens Dead in PhilippinesNew York TimesPhilippines Storm Death Toll at 95, May Be ‘Hundreds’BloombergOver […]

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FBI says imam Ahmad Afzali worked both sides and tipped off suspects – New York Daily News

Washington PostFBI says imam Ahmad Afzali worked both sides and tipped off suspectsNew York Daily NewsThe Queens imam arrested in the Denver terrorism probe is an FBI informant who the feds say became a double agent – tipping suspects that they were in the government’s cross hairs. Ahmad Afzali, 37, insisted he’s …FBI describes bomb […]

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US General Warns ‘Failure’ in Afghanistan Without New Troops – Voice of America

FOXNewsUS General Warns ‘Failure’ in Afghanistan Without New TroopsVoice of AmericaBy VOA News The top US and NATO military commander in Afghanistan is warning that the mission “will likely result in failure” if more troops are not sent within the next year. The New York Times and The Washington Post published portions of a …Report: […]

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Obama pushes health care reform in media blitz – San Francisco Chronicle

guardian.co.ukObama pushes health care reform in media blitzSan Francisco ChroniclePresident Obama sought to blanket the airwaves Sunday with an impassioned defense of his health care reform effort during back-to-back broadcasts of taped interviews on five morning news programs. In interviews conducted Friday at the White House, …Obama wants G20 to rethink global economyReutersKing: Busy week […]

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The Emmy Awards embrace something old and something new – Los Angeles Times

Globe and MailThe Emmy Awards embrace something old and something newLos Angeles TimesReporting from Los Angeles and New York – The surprises came in the form of new and old at the 61st Primetime Emmys on Sunday as dark horses such as Toni Collette and Kristin Chenoweth beat out the favored winners while …Emmys acknowledge […]

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