Today 10 December
Washington PostTwo French Soldiers Killed in Central African RepublicWall Street JournalPARIS—Two French paratroopers have been killed in a combat operation in the Central African Republic, the French presidency said Tuesday. The men were killed during an overnight operation in the capital, Bangui, a statement from the office of French ...Obama urges for peace in CAR as two French soldiers dieMail & Guardian OnlineTwo French soldiers killed in combat in Central African RepublicCTV NewsTwo French soldiers killed in Central Africa: presidencyBusiness StandardSky Newsall 496 news articles »
MiamiHerald.comTech firms vie to protect personal data, profitsU.S. News & World ReportSAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Even as Silicon Valley speaks out against the U.S. government's surveillance methods, technology companies are turning a handsome profit by mining personal data and peering into people's online habits. The industry's profit ...Internet giants call on rein in US gov't spy programsXinhuaall 737 news articles »
Washington PostThai Leader Rejects Demands That She QuitNew York TimesPublished: December 10, 2013. BANGKOK — Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Tuesday rejected demands by anti-government protesters that she step aside before the country's February elections. World Twitter Logo. Connect With Us on Twitter.Teary-eyed Yingluck won't resign, PDRC maintains pressure | Bangkok Post: newsBangkok PostYingluck Shinawatra in emotional appeal to Thai protestersZee NewsThai premier says she will not resign ahead of February elections, despite ...The Globe and MailAljazeera.com -Wall Street Journalall 1,502 news articles »
Wall Street JournalChile hails Bali trade dealXinhuaSANTIAGO, Dec. 9 (Xinhua) -- The World Trade Organization (WTO)'s latest deal reached in Bali, Indonesia, will greatly reduce agriculture export subsidies, which is good for developing nations like Chile, the country's finance minister Felipe Larrain said ...Surprise trade agreement in BaliThe Globe and MailObama Says Small Business Wins in WTO AgreementFox BusinessWTO package is to India's advantage and should receive broad political supportTimes of IndiaWall Street Journal -Forbes -Christian Science Monitorall 614 news articles »
The GuardianStanding firm on the Human Rights ActTelegraph.co.ukSIR – Sixty-five years since the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), we ask political leaders to acknowledge the continued relevance of human rights globally and here at home. As leaders of civil society groups, we see the vital ...Human rights in the UK: enduring but under attackLeft Foot ForwardHuman Rights Day observed across the World on 10 DecemberJagran JoshHuman Rights Day: Still pursuing religious freedomReuters Blogs (blog)Voice of America -Jakarta Post -Haaretz (blog)all 78 news articles »
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