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SPRINGFIELD, Va.: Military newspapers say Rumsfeld must go ... and then he does ATLANTA: Suit seeks to protect Latinos’ civil rights COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.: Anti-gay religious leader resigns in scandal HARRISBURG, Pa.: Seniors pay more, insurance companies get richer
In spite of all the differences between the Palestinian and Israeli situations, they have one thing in common: both sides are suffering government crises causing internal instability. On the Palestinian side, where the situation is much more serious, there is almost complete paralysis.
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WASHINGTON: Troops tell Congress ‘Bring them home’ NEW ORLEANS: Immigrant workers fight for wages BIRMINGHAM, Ala.: Voting rights upheld CHARLESTON, W.Va.: More deaths on the job
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TAMPA, Fla.: Students walk out on right-wing author BALTIMORE: Civil rights group wants equal school funding CHICAGO: Voters to cast ballot on troop withdrawal LAS VEGAS: Media campaign spotlights homelessness
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On Nov. 8 the United Nations General Assembly will vote on a Cuban resolution calling for an end to the U.S. economic blockade against Cuba. In preparation for the vote, Deputy Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez held a press conference in Havana, Oct. 2, where he released Cuba’s annual report on the blockade’s impact.
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