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Current Affairs -- 20 October 2011 -- 13:45CEST
National Transitional Council officials are claiming to have captured toppled dictator Muammar Gaddafi as their forces succeed in taking over much of his home town, Sirte. The reports are unconfirmed, but NTC officials claim that Col Gaddafi was ...
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Maori TV kicks off election coverage
Native Affairs, Maori Television's acclaimed current affairs show, will provide comprehensive live coverage of the Maori electorates in the build-up to polling day on 26 November. Coverage kicks off with a pre-election special on Monday, 24 October at ...
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Some Berlin Citizens Seeking More Transparency
The Dispatch
BERLIN -- Upset over current affairs in Berlin, a group of citizens, led by Councilwoman Lisa Hall, are looking to encourage other residents to get more involved in the town. Mayor Gee Williams, while agreeing that more residents need to become ...
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More veterans and less funding is bad math: watchdog
The Liberals want the House of Commons veterans' affairs committee to drop its current study and focus on cuts instead. "The Conservatives want our committee to spend the next six weeks studying their initiative to `commemorate' veterans so they can ...
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BA cannot enforce standards relating to TV presenters' off-air activity
The Broadcasting Authority said it will monitor news bulletins and current affairs programmes on the Public Broadcasting Services to ensure that broadcasting laws and Constitutional provisions are safeguarded. In a letter it wrote to the Public ...
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