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Big rally against Mexico governor

Monday 6th of November 2006, 0:07
related countries: Mexico Mexico
related places: Oaxaca

Thousands of people march in the latest protests against a governor in the Mexican city of Oaxaca.
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Iraqi PM hails Saddam's sentence

Monday 6th of November 2006, 5:52
related countries: Iraq Iraq
related places: Saddam

Iraq's prime minister says Saddam Hussein deserves to hang but the EU calls on Iraq to refrain from executing him.
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Security review after India bombs

Monday 6th of November 2006, 6:47
related countries: India India

Indian officials review security a day after 17 people died in a series of bomb blasts in the north-eastern state of Assam.
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New bid to oust Taiwan's leader

Monday 6th of November 2006, 6:54
related countries: Taiwan Taiwan

Taiwan's opposition begins a third attempt to oust troubled President Chen, after he denies corruption allegations.
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MySpace 'set to launch in Japan'

Monday 6th of November 2006, 7:00
related countries: Japan Japan

A Japanese version of social networking site MySpace is set to launch this week, reports say.
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Cricket: Gillespie out of warm-up

Monday 6th of November 2006, 8:00
related countries: United Kingdom United Kingdom, Australia Australia

Australia fast bowler Jason Gillespie's Ashes hopes are dealt a blow after he is ruled out of a warm-up match against England.
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Africa focus for climate summit

Monday 6th of November 2006, 9:30
related countries: Kenya Kenya
related places: Nairobi

The latest round of UN climate talks in Nairobi will focus on measures to "climate-proof" poor countries.
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Sharon leaves intensive care unit

Monday 6th of November 2006, 10:03
related countries: Israel Israel

Comatose former Israeli PM Ariel Sharon is moved out of intensive care after receiving treatment for an infection.
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Rioting by India police hopefuls

Monday 6th of November 2006, 10:14
related countries: India India

Hundreds of people applying to join the police force riot in India, apparently because the entry test is too hard.
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Sudan denies militia raid 'lies'

Monday 6th of November 2006, 10:34
related countries: Sudan Sudan

Sudan dismisses as "lies" a UN report that it backed militia raids in Darfur, in which some 60 people died.
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Merkel warns Turkey over Cyprus

Monday 6th of November 2006, 10:40
related countries: Turkey Turkey, Germany Germany, Cyprus Cyprus
related places: Ankara

The German chancellor says Turkey's EU bid will be in serious trouble if Ankara maintains its Cyprus boycott.
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Moroccan airline bans prayer time

Monday 6th of November 2006, 10:49
related countries: Morocco Morocco

Morocco's state airline Royal Air Maroc stops its staff praying at their offices and headquarters.
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Uganda rebel chief wants UN talks

Monday 6th of November 2006, 11:29
related countries: Uganda Uganda

Uganda's LRA rebel leader Joseph Kony wants to meet United Nations aid chief Jan Egeland when he visits Juba.
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Cricket: Asif appeals against ban

Monday 6th of November 2006, 11:33
related countries: Pakistan Pakistan

Pakistan's Mohammad Asif officially appeals against a one-year ban for testing positive for a banned steroid.
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Zuma aide's graft appeal rejected

Monday 6th of November 2006, 11:47
related countries: South Africa South Africa

A South African court rejects an appeal by the former financial adviser to ex-Deputy President Jacob Zuma.
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Kyrgyz president sacks minister

Monday 6th of November 2006, 11:58
related countries: Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan's President Bakiyev sacks his interior minister amid calls for his own resignation, reports say.
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Haiti tops world corruption table

Monday 6th of November 2006, 12:06
related countries: Haiti Haiti

Haiti is ranked as the most corrupt country in the world by Transparency International.
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Rules on flight liquids changed

Monday 6th of November 2006, 12:32
related countries: United Kingdom United Kingdom

New rules allow liquids in hand luggage at Europe's airports, easing restrictions imposed after a UK terror alert.
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Court firm on Delhi shop closures

Monday 6th of November 2006, 13:34
related countries: India India
related places: Delhi

India's Supreme Court orders the authorities in Delhi to resume moves to close illegal businesses.
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US author wins top French prize

Monday 6th of November 2006, 14:31
related countries: France France, United States United States
related places: Goncourt

US author Jonathan Littell wins France's top literary prize, the Goncourt, with his bestseller Les Bienveillantes.
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Madrid train bombs suspect jailed

Monday 6th of November 2006, 14:51
related countries: Egypt Egypt, Italy Italy, Spain Spain
related places: Madrid

An Egyptian man held in connection with the Madrid blasts is sentenced to 10 years in prison in Italy.
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Curfew eased after Saddam verdict

Monday 6th of November 2006, 15:20
related countries: Iraq Iraq
related places: Saddam, Baghdad

A round-the-clock curfew in Baghdad is partially lifted, a day after Saddam Hussein was sentenced to death.
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EU calls for full power cut probe

Monday 6th of November 2006, 16:17
related countries: Germany Germany

The European Commission calls for a full investigation into the causes of the power cut that hit western Europe.
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Ethiopia's top judge flees threats

Monday 6th of November 2006, 17:17
related countries: Ethiopia Ethiopia

Ethiopia's most senior judge, Teshale Aberra, is to seek UK asylum saying the government is killing its critics.
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Female bomber strikes Gaza town

Monday 6th of November 2006, 17:37
related countries: Israel Israel, Gaza Strip Gaza Strip

A Palestinian woman blows herself up in a Gaza Strip town at the centre of Israel's six-day military operation.
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Man 'planned massive explosions'

Monday 6th of November 2006, 20:15
related countries: United Kingdom United Kingdom
related places: London

A Muslim convert planned to detonate a dirty bomb and launch an attack on London's Tube, a court hears.
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'Arms deal' at Nepal peace talks

Monday 6th of November 2006, 20:31
related countries: Nepal Nepal

Peace talks between Nepal's government and rebels adjourn amid reports of a deal on the issue of rebel arms.
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US parties' final push for votes

Monday 6th of November 2006, 21:03
related countries: United States United States

Thousands of Republican and Democrat activists make final appeals to US voters on the eve of the mid-term elections.
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Cricket: Shoaib 'may not return'

Monday 6th of November 2006, 22:41
related countries: Pakistan Pakistan

Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq says fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar's career is probably over if his doping ban is not reduced on appeal.
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US firms sued over Brazil crash

Monday 6th of November 2006, 23:27
related countries: Brazil Brazil, United States United States

Families of some of the victims of Brazil's worst air disaster are suing two US firms for gross negligence.
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At-a-glance: 6 November

Monday 6th of November 2006, 23:45
related countries: United States United States

Everything you need to know about the latest developments in this year's US mid-term elections.
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Rwanda suspect at UK charity

Monday 6th of November 2006, 23:52
related countries: United Kingdom United Kingdom, Rwanda Rwanda

A doctor accused of crimes against humanity in Rwanda has been working for a UK charity, the BBC finds.
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