North Korea nuclear program: A breakthrough of sorts

The Guardian: State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said North Korea has agreed to allow International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors to verify and monitor the moratorium on uranium enrichment and confirm disablement of its nuclear reactor at Yongbyon.

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Germany puts more pressure on Greece

German Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich basically called for the departure of Greece from the Eurozone.  Would you say the similar statements are dangerous or more or less just reflect the reality?

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The power of the name is with Joe Kennedy III

But he will have to prove himself.

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Inaki Urdangarin: The damage is done

There are indications that The Duke of Palma, Inaki Undangarin was involved in a corruption behavior and he appears in court today.

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Ireland: The debate on abortions reopens on 20th anniversary of the X case

More about the X case. (from Wikipedia)

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Italians mostly do not miss Berlusconi

It has been 100 days since Mario Monti became the PM.

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Maybe cricket can unite Agfhanistan. Or…?

According to media reports e.g. like this – http://gu.com/p/35dhf/tw – Afghanistan unites behind cricket team in defeat to Pakistan.

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