Tuesday, February 7, 2012

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News5 new results for current affairs
Keep abreast of nation's affairs, Malaysians urged
New Straits Times
MUAR: Malaysians studying or working abroad must keep abreast of the country's current affairs through their parents. Deputy Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Razali Ibrahim said this was to ensure that they were in touch with what was happening in the ...
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Straight Talk 2012 Episode 1
County 99 TV
Karen McCarthy presents Straight Talk, an in-depth analysis of all of this week's agri news and current affairs with guests Lachlan McKenzie and Jeff Smith.
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News Corporation pushes tablet title
NEW YORK: The Daily, the current affairs publication developed exclusively for tablet computers by News Corporation, has now moved beyond the "building" stage and is seeking to gain significant scale. News Corp has spent around $30m establishing The ...
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Headhunters want tender for new Prague DPP boss scrapped
Czech Position
Prague mayor Bohuslav Svoboda (Cvic Democrats, ODS) last month on public broadcaster ČT24's flagship current affairs program "Události" promised viewers that a standard public tender was being prepared for a headhunter who would be tasked to find a new ...
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Czech Position
Joan McAlpine: BBC badly needs to raise its game in Scotland
Mr Peat had argued in these pages that more thought should be given to how Scottish news and current affairs is covered by the BBC. In particular, he said the main network news output is not serving Scotland well – we listen to long debates about the ...
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Web2 new results for current affairs
Current Affairs - The U.S. or Cuba: Who pays for an oil spill ...
Current Affairs. Dale-100x140 The U.S. or Cuba: Who pays for an oil spill? Dale DuPont. February 2, 2012. It's not clear anything was resolved at a recent ...
Current Affairs - Prague Film Studies | CIEE
1 posts categorized "Current Affairs". 02/06/ ... Hmmm, self, I do believe I could buy triple my current stock of potatoes in exchange for a single chicken breast.

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