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News10 new results for current affairs
PECHANGA: Comedian Wanda Sykes brings current affairs humor
BY TIMOTHY GUY Comedian Wanda Sykes is known for her smart-witted comedy. And now fans can experience it up close and personal when she brings her act to Pechanga Resort Casino Friday, May 18. She is perhaps best known for her roles in films such as ...
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NATO Summit offers students a variety of lessons
By Jennifer Delgado TribLocal reporter Yesterday at 2:40 pm Students in Jennifer Conlon's current affairs class research NATO member nations in a Maine East computer lab during a recent class. (Jennifer Delgado/Tribune) All eyes are on the protesters, ...
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NBA playoffs are most homely affairs
Staunton News Leader
The current issue of Newsweek has a photo of President Obama with a rainbow-colored halo... NEW YORK — Russians prefer their Lay's potato chips dusted in caviar and crab flavors. What were they thinking? Through plastic smiles or gritted teeth, ...
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PBS chose former One presenter Brian Hansford for 'different opinion'
PBS decided Hansford's current affairs programme Realtà will go on air in July after the former Labour party executive committee member was chosen through a "direct call", MaltaToday has learnt. In a move to counter accusations that PBS's current ...
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Uni to examine Knights brains
Newcastle Herald
Current affairs television program Four Corners reported on Monday that plans to test current and former Knights players had been deferred, even though funding for the university study was available. The Four Corners report titled Hard Knocks ...
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NZ's embassy in Sweden to close
New Zealand's embassy in Sweden will close as part of a move to slash $10 million from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade's Europe budget. The Stockholm post was opened by the Clark government in 2008 and downsized by the current Government in ...
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With fiscal Armageddon in sight, who's got the leverage?
msnbc.com (blog)
By Tom Curry, msnbc.com National Affairs Writer If the federal government is headed toward fiscal Armageddon at the end of this year, which side will be in a stronger bargaining position, President Barack Obama or congressional Republicans?
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Former BBC Trust chairman says search for new DG should be widened
The Guardian
They were eventually given more responsibility and public profile last year after deputy director general Mark Byford, who headed up BBC news and current affairs left and Jana Bennett, director of Vision, moved to BBC Worldwide.
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Authorities 'insensitive' to Gozitans' challenges
Times of Malta
Conversely, their significant participation in NGOs (35.5 per cent), their contribution through voluntary work (64.1 per cent), the interest they show in current affairs (51.6 per cent), the fact that they follow the news on the internet (74.3 per ...
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McCully announces Swedish embassy closure
New Zealand Herald
Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully has announced the closure of the Stockholm embassy in Sweden as part of $10 million of savings in the Ministry's European posts. The Stockholm post was opened by the Clark government in 2008 and was downsized by ...
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Blogs1 new result for current affairs
Strategic Pay: Handling conflicts of interest – Current Affairs – New ...
By Morgan.J
The consultant firm that recommended a salary increase for a council CEO has donemore than $180000 of other work for the council.
New Zealand Listener

Web2 new results for current affairs
What Kids Say About Current Affairs | VICE
What Kids Say About Current Affairs. By Lisa Carver. Sadie is 9, she is sister to Wolf, 17. Belle is 10, she is best friend to Sadie. Neighbor Girl is 8, she says she's ...
RTE - Key actions and changes for current affairs April 3 2012
The re-structured current affairs, new journalism guidelines, editorial standards and training for RTE Ireland's national broadcaster. These guidelines are post.

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