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1. 03-08 Khamenei: It's good that Obama's not thinking war Iran
2. 03-08 Pakistan charges Bin Laden widows Pakistan
D. 03-08 Brazil football boss 'off sick' Brazil
E. 03-08 Syrian crackdown continues despite defection Syria
03-08 Briton, Italian killed amid rescue Sokoto, Northern Nigeria
6. 03-08 Greece confirms debt deal success Greece
7. 03-08 Iran urged to grant access to military site Austria
I. 03-08 Oxfam warns of West Africa crisis West Africa

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Mar.8   Iran Khamenei: It's good that Obama's not thinking war  Recent remarks by U.S. President Barack Obama that he is not thinking of military action against Iran are positive, according to supreme leader

Day News


  Pakistan     Pakistan charges Bin Laden widows  Osama Bin Laden's three widows have been charged by Pakistan with illegally entering the country

  Brazil Brazil football boss 'off sick'  The head of the 2014 football World Cup organising committee, Ricardo Teixeira, is taking a leave of absence for medical reasons, officials sa

  Syria Syrian crackdown continues despite defection  At least 62 people were killed Thursday in Syria as former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan cautioned against outside military intervention

Evening News


  Northern Nigeria     Briton, Italian killed amid rescue Map of Sokoto Nigeria
  The suspected killers of Italian and British hostages who had been held in Nigeria have been arrested, an adviser to President Goodluck Jonathan said


  Greece     Greece confirms debt deal success
  The Greek government has indicated that it has secured sufficient backing for a debt swap deal that will enable it to avoid defaulting on its debts
 85.8% of bondholders subject to Greek law agreed the deal


  Austria Iran urged to grant access to military site  Iran's ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency reiterated that his country 'is ready to re-engage with (the) IAEA'

  West Africa Oxfam warns of West Africa crisis  Urgent action is needed to stop drought in West Africa's Sahel region turning into a humanitarian disaster affecting 13 million people

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