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GOOGLE. news headlines. Israel authorizes more reservists after Globe and MailIsrael authorizes more reservists after rockets target citiesReutersBy Nidal al-Mughrabi and Jeffrey Heller. GAZA/JERUSALEM | Sat Nov 17, 2012 12:05am EST. GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli aircraft pounded Hamas government buildings in Gaza on Saturday, including the building housing the prime minister's ...Israel air strikes hit Hamas HQBBC NewsIsrael expands air assault on rockets in Gaza after Hamas targets JerusalemFox NewsIsrael masses for Gaza invasionThe AustralianHindustan Times -The News International -New York Timesall 20,168 news articles.
Posted on 16 November 2012 | 9:07 pm. Will not be rushed by pressures: Irish PM on New York TimesWill not be rushed by pressures: ...

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  31. Globe and MailIsrael authorizes more reservists after rockets target citiesReutersBy Nidal al-Mughrabi and Jeffrey Heller. GAZA/JERUSALEM | Sat Nov 17, 2012 12:05am EST. GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli aircraft pounded Hamas government buildings in Gaza on Saturday, including the building housing the prime minister's ...Israel air strikes hit Hamas HQBBC NewsIsrael expands air assault on rockets in Gaza after Hamas targets JerusalemFox NewsIsrael masses for Gaza invasionThe AustralianHindustan Times -The News International -New York Timesall 20,168 news articles
  32. New York TimesWill not be rushed by pressures: Irish PM on abortion rightsThe HinduWith an Indian dentist's tragic death igniting protests over right to abortion in Ireland, Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny has said he is awaiting a report by an expert group on the issue but will not be rushed into an immediate decision. Mr Kenny said his ...Indian woman's death: Irish PM won't be 'rushed' on abortion issueHindustan TimesAfter Pregnant Woman's Death, Protesters Rally Against Irish Abortion LawTIMESavita's grieving family may travel here in bid to ensure justiceIrish IndependentNDTV -The Guardianall 376 news articles
  33. Wall Street JournalChina's Transition: One Out of Three Ain't GoodWall Street JournalThe wait for China's new leadership is over—and now it is a return to business as usual. In the months leading up to the change in China's leadership, there were hopes for changes in three main areas. These were: more reformers in the Politburo Standing ...China's commerce minister voted out in rare congress snub: sourcesReutersFew surprises in China's leadership changeBBC NewsDon't expect reform from China's new leadersWashington PostNew York Times (blog) -The Independent -Reuters UKall 6,152 news articles
  34. NEWS.com.auSyrian Opposition Group Seeks Backing in LondonNew York TimesLONDON — A Western-led push to strengthen backing for Syria's rebels gained momentum on Friday as leaders of a new umbrella group, the National Coalition of Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces, met here with officials from Britain, the United ...Europe Mulls Increased Support For Syrian OppositionVoice of AmericaSyria conflict: Opposition leaders 'credible' says HagueBBC NewsTurkish town on Syrian border deals with fighting, ethnic differencesCNN InternationalLos Angeles Times -Reuters -Telegraph.co.ukall 702 news articles
  35. Voice of AmericaMerkel Questions Russia's Human Rights RecordVoice of AmericaMOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin has dismissed criticism from German Chancellor Angela Merkel on his country's human rights record. Putin met with Merkel Friday at a Russian-German business forum in Moscow. Last week, before Merkel ...Putin provokes criticism with Pussy Riot anti-Semitism chargeReutersPutin fires back at Merkel, says jailed rocker 'anti-Semitic'Los Angeles TimesGermany's Merkel pays Putin a prickly visitChristian Science MonitorTIME -Bloomberg -AFPall 659 news articles
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  37. A government official says a female suicide bomber in northwest Pakistan detonated her explosives near the convoy of a former leader of the country's largest Islamist party.
  38. China's new leader Xi Jinping warned officials they must fight the increasingly serious problem of corruption or risk ruining the country, though he offered no specific new proposals on how to combat the scourge.
  39. Afghanistan's president says U.S. forces are continuing to capture and hold Afghans in violation of an agreement signed between the two countries.
  40. New York kept the owner of Hudson River Rafting Co. among its licensed outdoor guides — despite two charges against him of reckless endangerment and a dozen citations of his guides for unlicensed whitewater trips.
  41. In a historic trip to a long shunned land, President Barack Obama on Monday showered praise and promises of more U.S. help to Myanmar if the Asian nation keeps building its new democracy. "Our goal is to sustain the momentum," he declared with pride as the first U.S. president to visit here.
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  43. BEIJING (AP) — China's new leader Xi Jinping warned officials they must fight the increasingly serious problem of corruption or risk ruining the country, though he offered no specific new proposals on how to combat the scourge. In a weekend speech that was carried Monday by the official Xinhua ...
  44. YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — Launching a landmark visit to long shunned Myanmar, President Barack Obama said Monday he comes to ‘‘extend the hand of friendship’’ to a nation moving from persecution to peace. But his praise and personal attention came with an admonition to those in charge: The ...
  45. DETROIT - The Green Bay Packers are winning again, and they aren't too concerned about how they look doing it. Aaron Rodgers threw two touchdown passes, including a 22-yarder to Randall Cobb with 1:55 left, and the Packers pulled out a 24-20 win over Detroit Lions on Sunday for their fifth straight ...
  46. HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Brad Keselowski clinched NASCAR’s Sprint Cup title yesterday when five-time champion Jimmie Johnson pulled out of the season finale because of a parts failure. The championship is the first for longtime NASCAR owner Roger Penske and gives outgoing car manufacturer Dodge the ...
  47. Walmart shoppers may get more than they bargained for on Black Friday. Activists plan demonstrations at Massachusetts Walmarts on the day after Thanksgiving to call attention to the retail giant’s alleged retaliation against employees who speak out for better work conditions and unionization. The ...
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  49. US President Barack Obama makes a historic visit to Burma, the first by a sitting US president, pledging stronger ties if reforms continue.
  50. The UN chief urges an immediate truce as overnight Israeli air strikes kill 18 Palestinians but fewer Hamas rockets are fired towards Israel.
  51. The Church of England is beginning a three-day meeting in London during which they will vote on whether to allow women to become bishops.
  52. International charity Save the Children warns 200,000 Syrian refugee children are at serious risk from freezing temperatures, as winter sets in.
  53. Agatha Christie's Mousetrap marks its world record 69th year with a performance with stars including Hugh Bonneville and Miranda Hart
  55. TACOMA, Washington (Reuters) - A U.S. soldier accused of killing five fellow servicemen at a military combat stress center in Baghdad in 2009 will face an arraignment at a military base in Washington state on Monday, preparing the way for a trial that could result in the death penalty.
  56. YANGON (Reuters) - Barack Obama became the first serving U.S. president to visit Myanmar on Monday, trying during a whirlwind six-hour trip to strike a balance between praising the government's progress in shaking off military rule and pressing for more reform.
  57. GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel bombed dozens of suspected guerrilla sites in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Monday and Palestinian rocket fire from the enclave dropped off as international efforts to broker a truce intensified.
  58. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's intensive lobbying to avert big year-end tax hikes and spending cuts resumed over the weekend as he spoke with senior corporate chieftains, including JPMorgan Chase's Jamie Dimon and legendary investor Warren Buffett.
  59. TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan ruling party lawmaker Mieko Nakabayashi isn't just worried that her Democratic Party will lose power in next month's election; she fears a comeback by rival conservative Liberal Democrats will spell a return to the prolonged one-party rule that critics blame for many of the country's past policy ills.
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  61. Barack Obama met with Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi at her home in Myanmar on Monday, lauding her "courage and determination."
  62. Pakistan has released nine members of the Taliban from prison in hopes they will help negotiate peace in Afghanistan, a senior Afghan peace negotiator said.
  63. How could they not have known they were asking for trouble? In the past few years, Rep. Mark Souder of Indiana had an affair with the staff member who had helped him produce a video promoting sexual abstinence. South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford flew to Argentina for an extramarital tryst, instructing his staff to tell the press he was hiking the Appalachian Trail. Sen. John Edwards tried to pass off the daughter he fathered as the love child of one of his aides.
  64. Howard Kurtz says insulting tweets about Gaza coverage-- from a media mogul who powerfully controls his own news empire--offend and offer no proof
  65. I am surfing the Internet from Aung San Suu Kyi's garden. That sentence implies several minor miracles.
  67. Study finds behaviors aimed at increasing muscle size or tone are common among teens.
  68. Burma has set free dozens of political prisoners in an amnesty that coincides with the historic visit of President Obama.
  69. The Palestinian civilian death toll mounted Monday as Israeli aircraft struck densely populated areas in the Gaza Strip.
  70. Congress plans to investigate who had a hand in creating the Obama administration's early reports on Benghazi attack.
  71. Paula Broadwell, whose affair with CIA chief David Petraeus led to his resignation, said she's devastated by the fallout.
  72. NY TIMES
  73. President Obama was greeted by tens of thousands of people lining the road from the airport — and by further promises of reform by the government.
  74. As many as 15,000 Qassam fighters are responsible for most of the rocket blitzes that have blanketed southern Israel in recent days, experts say.
  75. As Israel and Hamas met separately with Egyptian officials for indirect talks about a truce in the ongoing Gaza fight, Hamas seemed to be trying to exert its sway over ideological allies in Egypt’s government.
  76. As news spread of Scott M. Stringer’s decision to run for city comptroller rather than mayor in 2013, the remaining hopefuls scrambled to woo his supporters.
  77. A city that has modernized rapidly over the past 10 years now faces whispers of violence, tremors of economic downturn and calls by a local strongman to rearm against the Taliban.
  79. South Korea's trade minister says South Korea, China and Japan will soon start talks for a free trade pact encompassing the three Asian economic powers.
  80. Russian opposition and human rights groups are urging Western consumer products giants to stop advertising on a Kremlin-friendly TV network known for its biased coverage of government critics and protests against President Vladimir Putin.
  81. Scandinavia's flagship airline SAS has taken a big step toward avoiding bankruptcy after concluding deals with most of its pilot and cabin crew unions.
  82. A lawyer says a Chinese court has sentenced dissident poet Li Bifeng to 12 years in prison for contract fraud.
  83. The Marine Corps is forming the first squadron of pilots to fly the next-generation strike fighter jet, months after lawmakers raised concern that there was a rush to end the testing of an aircraft hit with technical problems.
  84. SKY
  85. The UN Secretary General is heading to the region to appeal for an end to the violence, following the conflict's most deadly day.
  86. Barack Obama becomes the first sitting US president to visit the former pariah state, where he holds talks with Aung San Suu Kyi.
  87. The findings of a new survey confirm fears that cheap alcohol encourages young people in particular to drink to excess.
  88. Business leaders claim schools are failing their best and worst performing pupils by fostering a "cult of the average".
  89. The British Retail Consortium says there are a record number of empty shops on the High Street - and the outlook is set to worsen.
  91. US leader denies trip endorses Myanmar leadership as he makes three-country Asia tour on first post-election trip.
  92. Colombian peace negotiators join FARC delegates in Cuban capital for talks aimed at ending five decades of conflict.
  93. Twelve Palestinians from one family killed in Israeli rocket attack in single biggest loss of life since crisis began.
  94. The rebel army is at the gates of DR Congo's capital, causing panic in the city as government soldiers, officials flee.
  95. Succession battle for leadership of main French opposition party is under dispute as both leaders claim victory.
  97. QUEENSLAND'S government is holding talks with the weather bureau about wild storms that lashed the city.
  98. PRIME Minister Julia Gillard has arrived in Cambodia for talks on trade and security at the East Asia Summit.
  99. INDONESIA has barred an Israeli delegation from entering the country to attend a law conference amid protests over Israel's air assault on Gaza.
  100. A NSW government children's case worker has been refused bail on a charge of sexually abusing a nine-year-old girl.
  101. LONDON, Frankfurt and Paris markets have rebounded at the start of trading.
  103. Follow over-by-over commentary of the first Test between India and England at the Sardar Patel Stadium, Ahmedabad.
  104. President hails historic visit to Burma and meeting with Aung San Suu Kyi, marking next step in new chapter between countries.
  105. Neil Midgley was unimpressed with the opening episode of The Secret of Crickley Hall, a BBC adaptation of James Herbert's bestselling novel.
  106. Paralysed dogs have been helped to walk again after being given an injection of their own stem cells.
  107. Medical Research Council researchers have shown it is possible to regenerate cells in dogs with severe spinal cord injuries restoring coordinated limb movement.
  109. Doctors, nurses and hospital staff have protested on the streets of the Spanish capital, Madrid. They are angry about the regional government's…
  110. A second day of protests in France against gay marriage attracted more than 100,000 people. Largely organised by Catholic groups, Sunday's…
  111. It is the cities in southern Israel that are bearing the brunt of missiles launched by Palestinian militants. At least five Grad rockets landed in…
  112. no comment : Skyscraper on fire in Dubai
  113. no comment : India : funeral of Hindu extremist leader
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  115. British Gas' owner has increased profits at its residential arm by 23 per cent in a move fanning flames of anger over recent price hikes.Related StoriesCentrica criticised over profitsBatman shootings: Amateur video of audience fleeingJamie Heaton's parents visit Shaw explosion siteBo's wife charged with murder of British businessmanRelated StoriesFirst outing for fastest cubs on landMariem Alaoui Selsouli suspendedHSBC dealt record fine over drug-money launderingPolice numbers drop to lowest level in 9 yearsKiller whale drags trainer underwater at SeaWorld, San Diego
  116. The Conservative Party says its co-chairman Baroness Warsi has been cleared of allegations she wrongly claimed Parliamentary expenses.Related StoriesDavid Cameron heckled at Olympic eventMost over-the-top PMQs question ever?Cameron: 'We have to deal with banking culture'David Cameron confronted by angry Yorkshire residentRelated StoriesDavid Beckham surprises Team GB fans in photo boothAll children to be given flu vaccineOlympics 'sabotage' strike called offWitnesses describe horror at Tate Modern death plungePolice numbers drop to lowest level in 9 years
  117. The wife of scandal-hit Chinese politician Bo Xilai is to be prosecuted for the murder of British businessman Neil Heywood.Related StoriesNorth Korean soldiers dance to celebrate Kim's promotionBNP members to be 'banned' from ChurchWarsi cleared of expenses fiddleWedding party's cars plunge into river as bridge collapsesRelated StoriesChina shows off elite Harbin Z-9 helicopterAdorable white lion cubs born in MexicoBreathtaking volcano eruption in JapanSenior Syrian diplomats defectKiller whale drags trainer underwater at SeaWorld, San Diego
  118. Olympic organisers LOCOG have been forced to apologise to the North Korean women's football team, after the South Korean flag was displayed before their first match.Related StoriesDavid Beckham: 'I have a small role in opening ceremony'London 2012 kicks off with footballOlympics 'sabotage' strike called offMariem Alaoui Selsouli suspendedTall ships sail to the Thames for the Olympics
  119. The number of police officers in England and Wales has fallen to its lowest level in nine years, figures showed today.Related StoriesEngland and Wales are ageing faster than ever beforeBNP members to be 'banned' from ChurchWarsi cleared of expenses fiddleWitnesses describe horror at Tate Modern death plungeRelated StoriesBritish Gas owner posts huge profitsHSBC dealt record fine over drug-money launderingWitnesses describe horror at Tate Modern death plungeKiller whale drags trainer underwater at SeaWorld, San DiegoWarsi cleared of expenses fiddle
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