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Smith says 'motivated' Oz will look to reclaim No.1 ODI spot during Proteas encounter 23.11.2014 New Kerala: World News
Johannesburg, Nov 23 : Australia batsman Steve Smith has said that his side will not be short of motivation going into Sunday's fifth and final ODI against South Africa as they look to reclaim the number one spot from World Champions India on the International Cricket Council's ODI rankings.
How to respond to new patterns of world trade 23.11.2014 Financial Times: Editorial
Deals encouraging FDI are now more important than trade treaties
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Indian eves hoping for a winning start against Proteas 23.11.2014 New Kerala: World News
Bengaluru, Nov 23 : Riding high on confidence after notching an innings win in the one-off Test at Mysuru last week, the Mithali Raj-led Indian women's cricket team will seek to carry the momentum into the one-day series against South Africa commencing here Monday.
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Parvez Rasool targets World Cup selection 23.11.2014 New Kerala: World News
New Delhi, Nov 23 : Jammu and Kashmir cricketer Parvez Rasool is targeting a spot in the Indian team which will play in the 2015 ICC World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
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Islamic State group recruits, exploits children 23.11.2014 AP Top News
BEIRUT (AP) -- Teenagers carrying weapons stand at checkpoints and busy intersections in Iraq's second-largest city, Mosul. Patched onto the left arms of their black uniforms are the logos of the Islamic Police....
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Islamic State group militants recruit, exploit children in Syria and Iraq as spies, fighters 23.11.2014 Star Tribune: World
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Islamic State group recruits, exploits children 23.11.2014 CNN-IBN: World
Teenagers carrying weapons stand at checkpoints and busy intersections in Iraq's second-largest city, Mosul. Patched onto the left arms of their black uniforms are the logos of the Islamic Police.
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Caught in the middle of the Dakota War 23.11.2014 Star Tribune: Local
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Climate change is not just about science – it’s about the future we want to create 23.11.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Climate scientist Chris Rapley and his co-author of the acclaimed play 2071 explain why the 2015 Paris climate summit cannot be allowed to fail – for all our sakes • Six steps world leaders must agree to take to protect Earth Next December, 196 nations will meet in Paris to agree a course of action to respond to climate change. They will do so under the auspices of the UN framework convention on climate change. This is an international treaty negotiated at the Earth summit in Rio in 1992 with the objective to “stabilise greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that will prevent dangerous human interference with the climate system”. The discussions in Paris in 2015 will be informed by the latest climate science. In our play 2071 , which recently completed its inaugural run at the Royal Court theatre in London, directed by Katie Mitchell, we explore the science, its implications and the options before us. A key aim is to leave the audience better placed to participate in the public ...
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How the Tunisian Electoral Authority Robbed Me of the Right to Vote 22.11.2014 Global Voices
On the eve of her country's presidential elections, one Tunisian expatriate suspects politics are at the root of at a rule-change by the electoral authority that prevents her from voting.
Why JFK Still Matters 22.11.2014 ConsortiumNews.com
Why JFK Still Matters
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Tortured and Raped by Israel, Persecuted and Imprisoned by the United States 22.11.2014 Truthout - All Articles
  Chicago Coalition for Justice in Palestine march. (Photo: John W. Iwanski ) The conviction of leading Palestinian activist Rasmea Odeh, 67, could set a troublesome precedent if evidence from a military court in a foreign country, in this case Israel, is allowed to stand in a US court.   Chicago Coalition for Justice in Palestine march. (Photo: John W. Iwanski ) This story wasn’t published because of advertisers or corporate sponsors, but through support from Truthout readers. Click here to join the community that keeps us going! On November 10, leading Palestinian activist Rasmea Odeh, 67, was jailed after being found "guilty" of immigration fraud. The US government claims Odeh lied on an immigration application when she said she had never been arrested, convicted or imprisoned. Odeh is accused of concealing that she was charged by the Israeli military with bombing a supermarket when she was 22. The charge is based on a "confession" obtained by rape and torture at the hands of members of the Israeli ...
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China calls for enhanced talks to resolve conflicts with neighbouring countries 22.11.2014 New Kerala: World News
London, Nov 22 : Chinese Defence Minister Chang Wanquan has said that he wants to enhance talks with the neighbouring countries in order to resolve conflicts.
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Pakistan and New Zealand cricketers advance in rankings 22.11.2014 New Kerala: World News
Dubai, Nov 22 : Pakistan and New Zealand cricketers progressed in the Test rankings following their drawn second Test, according to the latest International Cricket Council (ICC) release Saturday.
Choke financial support to IS, says Russia 22.11.2014 New Kerala: World News
Moscow, Nov 22 : The supply of funds for the terrorist group Islamic State (IS) must be cut off, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov said Friday.
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Crime in the name of honour 22.11.2014 Hindu: Home
This week, Bhavya, a college student in Delhi, Yadav by caste, was strangled to death by her family for eloping with Abhishek, a Punjabi.
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Why US Balks at Accord on Children’s Rights 21.11.2014 ConsortiumNews.com
Why US Balks at Accord on Children’s Rights
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The Security Council should make North Korea answer for its crimes 21.11.2014 Washington Post: Editorials
WHEN THE final days come around for the ruling family dynasty in North Korea — and it is not unreasonable to expect that such an isolated and paranoid regime, presiding over a desperate populace, will eventually collapse — a major task will be to document and discover the depths of its human rights abuses. Research completed in the past two years suggests those abuses were and are horrific, including four large camps holding between 80,000 and 120,000 political prisoners ...
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North Korea threatens nuclear test 21.11.2014 Star Tribune: World
The country might be preparing to resume extracting plutonium.
N. Korea threatens to conduct nuclear test 21.11.2014 Telegraph: International
Seoul, Nov. 20: North Korea said today that the country had no option but to consider another nuclear test after the recent "political provocation" by the UN to try to indict the North's leaders for crimes against humanity.
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