Zimbabwe leaders ‘to sign deal’

 Zimbabwe leaders \'to sign deal\'

Zimbabwe leaders 'to sign deal'


Zimbabwe’s ruling party and opposition are close to signing a deal outlining a framework for talks on the country’s political crisis, a UN envoy says.
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Barack Obama arrives in Iraq

 Barack Obama arrives in Iraq

Barack Obama arrives in Iraq


Presumptive U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama arrived in Iraq on Monday for talks with Iraqi officials and American military commanders in a 5-year-old war he has pledged to end, a U.S. Embassy spokesman said.
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Africa’s women last and least in food crisis

Africa\'s women last and least in food crisis

Africa's women last and least in food crisis


Cultural expectations ensure women are hardest hit amid growing scarcity
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Microsoft says demand for Vista is strong: 180 million licenses sold

180 million licenses sold

Microsoft says demand for Vista is strong: 180 million licenses sold


Redmond (WA) – There was a small number hiding in Microsoft’s FQ4 (CQ2) quarter release – a number we did not catch initially: The company said 180 million Windows Vista licenses have been sold so far and that demand for the operating system has been growing over the past year. However, if those numbers are right, and if previous sales numbers provided by Microsoft are right as well, then demand may actually be slowing.
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The Dark Knight shatters box office record

The Dark Knight shatters box office record

The Dark Knight shatters box office record


Burbank (CA) – Warner Bros. Pictures’ The Dark Knight set a new one-day box office record with $66.4 million on opening day. The latest Batman movie surpassed the previous record set by Spider-Man 3.
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Iran describes nuke talks as ‘constructive’

 Iran describes nuke talks as \'constructive\'

Iran describes nuke talks as 'constructive'


Iran’s top nuclear negotiator called talks Saturday with European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana “constructive” but didn’t say whether Iran would accept a short-term proposal to jump-start negotiations on the nuclear issue.
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Corpse in Pennsylvania baby mystery tentatively identified

 Corpse in Pennsylvania baby mystery tentatively identified

Corpse in Pennsylvania baby mystery tentatively identified


The body of a woman found tied up with her uterus cut open inside a Pennsylvania apartment has been tentatively identified.
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