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Obama (D-IL) speaks during a campaign rally at Parkview High School and McCain addresses a campaign rally in Perkasie, Pennsylvania, 01 Nov 2008 Obama Leads McCain in Final Push for White House
National polls show Obama with lead, but some key states very close

[insert caption here] Suicide Bomber Kills 8 in Pakistan
Authorities say the attacker detonated the explosives-laden truck at a Frontier Corps checkpoint in South Waziristan, roughly 20 kilometers outside the main town of Wana

China 20 Dead, 42 Missing in China Mudslide
Xinhua news agency says that torrent of mud and rock hit near Chuxiong city in southwestern Yunnan province 

Head of the Shin Bet, Israel's Security Agency, Yuval Diskin (file) Israeli Security Chief Warns of Possible Assassination Attempt
Head of Israel's Shin Bet security service has warned that Jewish extremists could try to assassinate an Israeli leader

View of CAC 40 index in Paris  World Economic Forum Focuses on Global Cooperation
Participants worried about economic conditions, but say they have reasons for cautious optimism

Rupiah Banda is pictured as he is sworn in as Zambia's fourth president in Lusaka, 02 Nov 2008 Rupiah Banda Sworn in as Zambian President
Rupiah Banda takes the oath of office during a ceremony in the capital, Lusaka

Democratic Republic of Congo Lord's Resistance Raids DRC Village
United Nations says Sunday nine people have been killed in the battle between the LRA and Congolese government soldiers

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, South African judge Navanethem (Navi) Pillay poses in her office at the Palais Wilson, headquarters of the specialised UN agency as she takes up her post on Spetember 1, 2008 in Geneva UN Raps Congo on Human Rights Abuse  Audio Clip Available
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay says she is alarmed over killings and other human rights violations in DRC

Former Prime Minister of Gauteng Province, Mbazima Shilowa, announces his resignation from the ANC party at a press conference in Johannesburg, 15 Oct, 2008 South Africa to Get New Political Party
Co-convenor of convention and former premier of Gauteng Province, Mbhazima Shilowa received thunderous applause when he announced the decision

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