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B. 11-22 Airbus fears 'weak-dollar death' Hamburg
2. 11-22 Iran: Middle East security at risk Tehran
3. 11-22 Court upholds Musharraf election Pakistan
E. 11-22 29 died as al Qaeda attacks Sunnis, Shiite Baghdad
F. 11-22 McClaren sacked after England exit London
G. 11-22 Steep rise in Europe cocaine use European Union
11-22 Commonwealth suspends Pakistan Uganda
8. 11-22 Impasse could bring chaos Beirut
9. 11-22 Head of Red Crescent named PM Somalia


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Morning News

Nov.22   Hamburg   Airbus fears 'weak-dollar death' Map of Hamburg  The weak dollar is threatening the survival of European planemaker, chief executive Tom Enders told workers

  Tehran   Iran: Middle East security at risk Map of Tehran  Iran's chief nuclear negotiator warned that any threat against Tehran would undermine the stability of the entire Middle East.

  Pakistan     Court upholds Musharraf election  Pakistan's new Supreme Court has dismissed the final legal challenge to the recent re-election of President Musharraf

  Baghdad 29 died as al Qaeda attacks Sunnis, Shiite  Al Qaeda in Iraq disguised as members of a Sunni alliance council attacked the council's headquarters outside Baghdad

  London McClaren sacked after England exit  England coach Steve McClaren has been dismissed in the wake of humiliating exit from the European Championships

  European Union Steep rise in Europe cocaine use  An annual report on drug use says 4.5 million Europeans are likely to have used cocaine in the past year, a million more than in 2006

Day News

  Uganda   Commonwealth suspends Pakistan
  Pakistan has been suspended from the 53-nation organization made up of the UK and its former colonies
 Secretary General Don McKinnon: Pakistan was being suspended 'pending restoration of democracy and the rule of law'

  Beirut   Impasse could bring chaos  Less than 24 hours before the president Emile Lahoud's term will expire, no one has been chosen to replace him

  Somalia Head of Red Crescent named PM  President Abdullahi Yusuf named Nur Hassan Hussein, the chief of Somalia's Red Crescent Society, as the country's new prime minister

  Angola 400 hit by bromide poisoning  World Health Organization: Nearly 400 people, mostly children, have fallen ill in Angola with elevated levels of bromide in their systems

Evening News

  Amazon Brazil shocked by jail girl rape  Authorities are investigating reports that a 15-year-old was left in a police cell with 20 men for a month and repeatedly sexually abused

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