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Thaksin Shinawatra has lost control of his country's political process for the first time this decade, and now he appears to be a fugitive from the new Thai government.
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For the six months that France held the European Union presidency, President Nicolas Sarkozy dominated the European stage. But has he fundamentally changed the EU, or simply burnished his image?
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China said to be blocking Web sites
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The Chinese government has quietly begun preventing access again to Internet sites that it had stopped blocking during the Olympic Games, experts said on Tuesday.
Fed effectively cuts benchmark U.S. rate to zero
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The Federal Reserve on Tuesday cut its target for a key interest rate to the lowest level on record and pledged to "employ all available tools" to combat a severe financial crisis and prolonged recession.
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The bank sidestepped earlier losses by staying out of the high-risk subprime mortgage market and taking an early bet against the U.S. housing industry.
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