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Sandy windfall for Obama

Hurricane Sandy has brought a political windfall for Barack Obama with storm-battered New York City’s mayor Michael Bloomberg endorsing the US President for re-election in Tuesday’s close contest....   | Read..
 

Amsterdam shops selling marijuana to stay open

Amsterdam’s 220 coffee shops, where marijuana and hashish are openly sold and consumed, will remain open next year in spite of a new Dutch law meant to reduce drug ...   | Read..
 

Power-grab behind trim elite circle plan

To outside observers, the move may appear to be little more than bureaucratic reshuffling: trim two seats from the nine-member body that governs China by consensus at the...   | Read..
 

The Boss salutes Indian-origin boss-buster

Preet Bharara, the US attorney in Manhattan, had already had a pretty good week as he and his family travelled to Hartford last Thursday for a Bruce Springsteen show....   | Read..
 

Pak activist survives attack

Unidentified gunmen today attacked rights activist Marvi Sirmed in the Pakistani capital. However, she escaped unharmed. ...   | Read..
 
Obama hugs North Point Marina owner Donna Vanzant as he tours the areas hit by Hurricane Sandy in Brigantine, New Jersey, on October 31. (Reuters)
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