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Gore and UN panel win peace prize for climate work
By WALTER GIBBS AND SARAH LYALL
The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Al Gore and to a United Nations panel for their work on global warming.
Nobel Peace Prize comes as vindication for Al Gore
Declaring that 'green' equals peace
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Trade surplus puts pressure on inflation in China
By DAVID BARBOZA
The Chinese trade surplus rose 56 percent in September to $23.9 billion, adding pressure for higher borrowing costs and a stronger yuan.
Hong Kong exchange looks to mainland for investors
By DONALD GREENLEES
Hong Kong has made no secret of the fact that closer integration with the booming exchanges of Shanghai and Shenzhen and tapping the huge savings of Chinese investors is vital to future prosperity for one of the world's great financial centers.
German Parliament backs Afghan mission
By JUDY DEMPSEY
The lower house of Parliament voted decisively Friday to extend the deployment of 3,000 German troops in Afghanistan for another year despite growing domestic opposition and a surge of violence from the Taliban and Al Qaeda.
Mohsin Hamid: A Muslim novelist's eye on U.S. and Europe
By JANE PERLEZ
Born to a Pakistani family, he lives in London and has British citizenship, but feels more at home in America, where he went to school.
Putin criticizes U.S. officials on missile defense
By THOM SHANKER AND STEVEN LEE MYERS
President Vladimir Putin of Russia upbraided the visiting American secretaries of state and defense on Friday.
Death reveals harsh side of a 'model' system in Japan
By NORIMITSU ONISHI
The recent death by starvation of a welfare recipient whose benefits had been cut has turned a spotlight upon a welfare system long touted as a model.
Survey finds widespread violations of EU consumer law on Internet
Traumatic issues trouble Turkey's sense of its identity
Shiites grow disillusioned with militia in Baghdad
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Howard W. French: Secrets and slogans are still the rule in the world's most populous country.
Tyler Brûlé's list of the most and least hospitable countries in which to conduct a meeting.
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Europe
Putin derides U.S. antimissile plans
Eurostar finally getting up to speed in Britain
Gore and UN panel are awarded Nobel Peace Prize
Business
Virgin Group and partners ready to bid on Northern Rock
Spotlight: A Japanese entrepreneur who blends the best of East and West
Merrill painfully learns the risks of managing risk
Tech/Media
Cellphone check-ins get a global standard with bar codes
'Intel inside' ad campaign shifts focus to the Web
'Assassin's Creed' video game attracts buzz for holiday season
Asia - Pacific
Indian prime minister won't take on Communists over nuclear deal with U.S.
Hong Kong exchange leans toward a financial arrangement with China
Afghan authorities crack down on unregulated security firms
Culture
The Society of Antiquaries: Reshaping the way history is recorded
'Elizabeth: The Golden Age': A cloak-and-dagger thriller brimming with wild energy
Robert Irwin: Still at play with the powers of perception
Travel
Into the Amazon -- a journey with a bit of comfort
North of the Arctic Circle - an odd sort of bustle
Eurostar finally getting up to speed in Britain
Africa/Middle East
U.S. investigating airstrike that killed 9 Iraqi children and 6 women
Amid political crisis, Lebanon celebrates the end of Ramadan
Fugitive Lebanese banker avoids extradition by Brazil
Style/Design
In Paris, Lanvin's upbeat joy; at Vuitton, handbag parade
Perfume industry aims to regain prestige
Spain's shoe industry looks homeward
Sports
Rugby: Plan A for the Rugby World Cup quarterfinals doesn't include tries
Baseball: The Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians know each other well
Baseball: Colorado pitcher Francis makes up for a previous loss to Arizona
Americas
Gore and UN panel are awarded Nobel Peace Prize
CIA director orders inquiry into agency's inspector general
Canadian airlines rebuke U.S. call for more passenger data
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Properties in the English countryside -- prices continue to rise
A Tel Aviv home in Bahaus style works magic with simple materials
Beijing's housing market bubbles
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Scientists sounding out how baboons think
Makers pull infant cold medicines
Mutating vaccine causes polio outbreak in Nigeria
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The word 'genocide,' as cold as it is, causes a deep reaction in the Turkish society. Having been taught about its glorious and spotless past by the state rhetoric for decades, people feel that they could not have possibly done such a terrible thing."
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