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Thursday News March 6, 2008

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Gaza Aftermath

 

Top Stories: World

Palestinians Divided by Latest Hamas Violence

The firing of rockets has brought a swift and deadly response from Israel, leaving families to debate the effectiveness and human cost of the Islamist organization’s tactics.

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The Netherlands: Concern Over Film

The Dutch foreign minister met ambassadors from 30 Muslim countries to discuss the imminent Web and possible television broadcast of an anti-Islam film made by right-wing politician Geert Wilders.

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Iran’s Religious Conservatives Are Expected to Solidify Power at Polls

The New York Times has an interesting article about the upcoming Iranian elections. The picture above is of Ali Eshraghi, a grandson of Ayatollah Khomeini, who withdrew in protest after his candidacy was rejected.

 

 

Top Stories: US

Results Refocus Democratic Campaign

Clinton, Obama Clash Over Superdelegates

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CNN Is Back in the Game

After a long malaise, CNN is finally getting its swagger back, in large part from high ratings from this year’s presidential race.

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Even in Victory, Clinton Team Is Battling Itself

 

 

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Hands-on With Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 8 Beta

An apparent conflict with toolbars from Google and Yahoo yields an interesting first experience with IE8’s beta.

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Get This Dumpling Party Started

Homemade Asian dumplings demand a group effort — which means a do-it-yourself dinner is a great way to bond with friends.

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Millionaire Suffers From Oversized-Home Syndrome

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