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Train riders in Mexico City wear masks after outbreak of swine flu, 24 Apr 2009
Sun. 26 Apr 2009 1004 UTC

Mexican Swine Flu Death Toll Growing, 81 Died

World Health Organization declares the virus 'a public health emergency of international concern' with 'pandemic potential'

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Secretary of State Clinton addresses representatives of Iraqi civil society and members of the press at US Embassy in Baghdad, 25 Apr 2009

Clinton Makes Unannounced Trip to Lebanon

Visit comes ahead of elections with concern militants could take power

Egyptian Finance Minister Youssef Boutros-Ghali, right, who serves as chairman of the International Monetary and Financial Committee, responds to a question at IMF headquarters in Washington

IMF Steering Committee Boosts Lending Agency's Resources Audio Clip Available

Decision in line with recommendation made by world leaders at G20 summit this month

Ethiopia has arrested 35 people suspected of a coup attempt allegedly backed by Dr. Berhanu Nega, an Ethiopian economist now living in the United States

Ethiopia Arrests 35 Suspects In Alleged Coup Plot Audio Clip Available

Suspects are said to be followers of exiled opposition leader

ANC's Jacob Zuma reacts as the result board shows number of parliament seats won by ANC, Pretoria, 25  Apr 2009

Zuma to be South Africa's Next President Audio Clip Available

ANC sweeps about 66 percent of votes, but fails to win two-thirds majority in parliament

Picture released by rebels purported to show civilians who have fled the fighting
Tamil Tiger rebels in north-east Sri Lanka announce a unilateral ceasefire, but the government rejects it, urging their surrender.

Mexican authorities take drastic measures to contain a swine flu virus which has killed 81, amid fears the virus may be spreading.

A captain of an Italian cruise ship gives the BBC a dramatic account how his crew fended off a pirate attack off the coast of Somalia.

BEYOND 1988—

Romancing the Revolution

On Christmas Eve in 1995, Zaw Min, the assistant foreign affairs secretary of the ABSDF, visited a mysterious little office on Ramkhamhaeng Road in Bangkok.

Satellite dishes bad for people: Junta mouth piece

In what seems to be another warning, Burma’s state-run Newspaper on Friday carried an article that says Satellite channels that enables people to watch international news and entertainments...

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