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Front Page: Protestors Clash With Police Ahead of G20

  • Protesters in London have smashed in bank windows and clashed with police. So far there have been injuries among police, and protesters and 19 people have been arrested. — BBC News
  • President Obama and Russian president Dmitri Medvedev have pledged to open a new round of long-range nuclear weapons talks. — Voice of America
  • The Justice Department plans to drop all charges against Ted Stevens, the former senator from Alaska convicted of seven felony charges last Fall. — New York Times
  • North Korea has threatened to shoot down US spy planes that encroach its air space ahead of its anticipated missile launch. — The Guardian
  • China and the US have agreed to resume talks about human rights as soon as possible, and the two countries have pledged to work together on the economic crisis. — Reuters


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zeze zeze 8 years
Why do protesters always look like they need a good shower?
stephley stephley 8 years
I'll put money on Stevens remembering who stood by him.
UnDave35 UnDave35 8 years
How is this a bad week for Palin? A Republican senator has charges dropped against him should be good for the Republican image, and at least be a wash for Palin.
em1282 em1282 8 years
Wow. Ted Stevens FTW, apparently.
stephley stephley 8 years
Didn't the British press already name this summer the Summer of Rage? First Sarah Palin gets bumped for Newt Gingrich at the GOP dinner, now Stevens' conviction is overturned - so far, not a good week for her.
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