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21 November 2012

Stories from 21 November 2012

Brazil: Northeastern audience moved by musical biopic

Bus Explodes in Central Tel Aviv Hours Before Ceasefire

Hours before a truce was declared between Israel and Hamas, a bus exploded in central Tel Aviv around noon today, injuring some 17 people. Hamas took responsibility for the blast,...

Celebratory Gunfire marks Israel and Gaza Ceasefire

A truce has been reached between Israel and Hamas, ending a week of fighting which cost the lives of at least 155 Palestinians and five Israelis.

Brazilian Guarani Community Denounces ‘Poisoned’ River

D.R. of Congo: Artists Sing Against War

Malaysian Residents Oppose Rare Earths Refinery

Malaysia is set to build the world's largest rare earths refinery after the High Court rejected petitions opposing the project. In response environment groups, residents, and concerned citizens have vowed...

YouTube Temporarily Lands on Russia's Internet Blacklist

RuNet Echo

2012 Census is Undergoing in Bolivia

Did News Story on Riches of China's Premier Weaken Reformists?

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabo’s final days in office have been tainted by allegations that his family has used their power and influence to amass a personal fortune. The scandal also...

People Believe China's Hope Depends on Democracy

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