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South Korea’s new President, South Africa – Zuma, Pakistan- suicide bomb, Russia – Putin


Wall Street Journal

PRESS DIGEST – South Korean newspapers – Dec 21
Reuters –
SEOUL, Dec 21 (Reuters) – The following is a summary of major South Korean newspapers on Friday, prepared by Reuters in Seoul. Reuters has not checked the stories and does not guarantee their accuracy.
South Korea, Open for Business Wall Street Journal
New South Korean president — the right man at the right time Seattle Times
Houston ChronicleLos Angeles TimesFinancial TimesThomson FX Hub
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AlaskaReport

South Africa’s Zuma-rang
TIME –
South African president Thabo Mbeki’sfailure to get re-elected as head of the country’s ruling party underlines just how much the leaders who ran the struggle against apartheid under Nelson Mandela have lost touch with their roots.
South Africa’s Manuel re-elected to ANC policy body Reuters
Botswana: Zoom On South Africa AllAfrica.com
IndependentReuters South AfricaFinancial TimesBBC News
all 2,652 news articles »

Book Review – Pakistan at the crossroads
The Muslim News, UK – 10 hours ago
(p1) Like Burma (Myanmar), Turkey and Bangladesh, the Pakistani military has dominated its government for a significant part of its history.



NDTV.com

35 die in Pakistan suicide blast near home of former minister
Los Angeles Times –
By Laura King, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer KARACHI, PAKISTAN — Striking on one of the year’s most important Muslim holidays, a suicide bomber killed at least 35 people and injured dozens more this morning near the home of a former government
Pakistan Bomber Kills 50 in Attack on Former Minister (Update4) Bloomberg
30 killed in Pakistan bombing International Herald Tribune
Reuters IndiaBBC NewsGuardian UnlimitedCNN International
all 645 news articles »

S. Africa’s Zuma may be prosecuted
Los Angeles Times –
The new leader of the nation’s ruling party and presidential hopeful could face corruption charges. By Robyn Dixon, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer POLOKWANE, SOUTH AFRICA — A top prosecutor said Thursday that South Africa’s controversial new
Zuma’s Attorney Questions Timing of Upcoming Graft Charges Voice of America
Prosecutor Says Zuma Charges Near New York Times
AllAfrica.comTIMEReutersReuters South Africa
all 2,654 news articles »



The Money Times

In Putin’s Past, Glimpses Of Russia’s Hardline Future
Wall Street Journal –
By ALAN CULLISON in St. Petersburg, GREGORY L. WHITE in Moscow and DAVID CRAWFORD in Dresden, Germany For much of the 1990s, Vladimir Putin worked side by side with the liberals who were fighting to bring democracy to Russia.
Putin and TIME: The View From Russia TIME
Bush: Putin leader of consequence, but to what end? Reuters
Guardian UnlimitedReuters UKThe Associated PressForbes
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Written by Lwin Aung Soe

December 21, 2007 at 3:02 am

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