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12-06 Dozens killed in sectarian Afghan attack Mazar-e Sharif, Kabul
C. 12-06 Putin plays down election losses Moscow
D. 12-06 Syrian opposition warns Iran, Hezbollah Syria
4. 12-06 Twitter reveals 2011 hot topics San Francisco Bay Area
5. 12-06 Obama slams Republican economics Osawatomie, Kansas
G. 12-06 Karzai flies home after Afghan blast Kabul
7. 12-06 Citigroup plans to cut 4,500 jobs New York
I. 12-06 French Alpine glaciers in retreat Southern France
J. 12-06 New EU treaty 'may not be needed' European Union


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Dec.6   Kabul   Dozens killed in sectarian Afghan attack
Map of Mazar-e Sharif Afghanistan
  Twin suicide bombings killed dozens in a mass-scale sectarian attack on Shiite worshippers unlike anything the country has seen

  Moscow     Putin plays down election losses   Russian Prime Minister has played down his party's losses at Sunday's parliamentary election as inevitable for a party in power

  Syria Syrian opposition warns Iran, Hezbollah  Iran and Lebanon's Hezbollah movement are risking their future ties with Syria by supporting embattled Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad now

  San Francisco Bay Area Twitter reveals 2011 hot topics  The most popular hashtags of 2011 have been revealed, illustrating how Twitter spans diverse topics from politics to celebrity gossip

Day News

  Kansas     Obama slams Republican economics Map of Osawatomie Kansas  US President Barack Obama has drawn a clear distinction between Democratic and Republican economic arguments in a rare address

  Kabul Karzai flies home after Afghan blast  Afghan President has cancelled a visit to the UK, after deadly attacks in the capital, Kabul, and in the northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif

  New York Citigroup plans to cut 4,500 jobs  US banking giant has said it is to cut 4,500 jobs around the world in an effort to reduce its costs

  Southern France French Alpine glaciers in retreat  Glaciers in the French Alps have lost a quarter of their area in the past 40 years, according to new research

Evening News

  European Union   New EU treaty 'may not be needed'  ougher rules to tackle the eurozone debt crisis can be achieved without changing EU treaties, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy says

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