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- 'Establishment of New World Council on Children without Parental Care (Antara News)Amsterdam (ANTARA News/IAC) - In the report: Children on the Brink of 2004, Unicef estimated over 143 million orphaned and abandoned children, in 93 developing countries, worldwide. That means 8.4% of all children in the world.
- 'PC World relaunched in India (Agencyfaqs!)agencyfaqs! News Bureau MUMBAI, July 5 Popular IT magazine PC World was relaunched in India by IDG Media. The magazine was earlier present in the Indian market through a licensed agreement with Media Transasia which was later defunct.
- 'Aussie news chief dies (News Interactive)FORMER Reuters chief Glen Renfrew, who helped change the company from a news agency serving the media to a high-earning supplier of information and trading systems to world financial markets, has died, his family said today. He was 77.
- 'All Rugby News (scrum.com)This page covers all rugby and tournament news from around the world. Connolly names unchanged starting team 04 Jul 2006 Wallabies coach John Connolly has selected an unchanged starting 15 for Saturday night?s opening Test of the Tri Nations and the first of three Bledisloe Cup matches against New Zealand.
- 'Courier News Online - Mike Lopresti: Time to root for new kid Portugal in World Cup (Bridgewater Courier News)Is there still room on the Portugal bandwagon? Sign me up. The World Cup is into the semifinals, and clearly one small nation needs our support. Germany lost Tuesday despite a huge home-field advantage. Italy has tradition. France won in 1998, and some of the partiers still haven't gotten home yet.
- 'Western News Operations Expand Into Arabic Market (New York Times)A crowd of Western news organizations is preparing to deliver headlines ? and geopolitical views ? in the language of the Koran.
- 'UN says failed WTO talks bad news for world's poor (Reuters via Yahoo! News) The failure of weekend talks on a long-sought World Trade Organization (WTO) trade deal was "bad news" for poor countries, a senior United Nations official said on Monday.
- 'All Rugby News (scrum.com)This page covers all rugby and tournament news from around the world. Johnson sees All Black depth as weakness 02 Jul 2006 Wallabies backs coach Scott Johnson believes the All Blacks' impressive depth could also prove their undoing in the Tri-Nations rugby competition.
- 'Courier News Online - World Cup: France, Portugal will fight for right to party in final (Bridgewater Courier News)DORTMUND, Germany -- France left its home base in Hamelin and Portugal broke camp in Marienfeld on Tuesday, both heading for Munich and their World Cup semifinal showdown today.
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