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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak (L) speaks with US President Barack Obama duirng a meeting in the Oval Office of the White House in Washignton yesterday. AFP


Guatemala on famine alert

Guatemala: Alarming malnutrition spread in some Guatemalan areas forced the country’s authorities to declare different alert stages, including maximum, aimed at fighting this scourge, mostly in children.

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Obama urges action to escape ME ‘rut’

USA: US President Barack Obama said Tuesday that Middle East peace moves were in a “rut” as visiting Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak pushed for swift final status talks between Israelis and Palestinians.

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UN Chief urges Afghans to vote

UN: UN chief Ban Ki-moon on Wednesday called on all eligible Afghan voters to cast their ballots in landmark polls to help strengthen Afghanistan’s democratic institutions.

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