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A French sake expert, receiving his diploma of 'sake samurai' at the Shigamo shrine in Kyoto to become the first Frenchman ever to be awarded the title. Asia is fast becoming a top destination for professionals, a report said Saturday. AFP


Obama, Romney brace for foreign policy debate clash

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are spending the weekend hammering out their foreign policy battle lines ahead of their final debate, dropping off the campaign trail and dispatching their running mates to court voters in battleground states. The debate, which focuses on international affairs, will be the final chance for each to lay out his policy platforms and engage in verbal jousting in front of tens of millions of TV viewers just 15 days before voters head to the polls.

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Tens of thousands rally in London against austerity

Tens of thousands of people marched through London and other British cities on Saturday in protest against spending cuts by Prime Minister David Cameron’s struggling coalition government. Marchers carried signs reading “No cuts” and “Cameron has butchered Britain,” condemning the austerity measures introduced by Cameron’s Conservative-led coalition in a bid to reduce Britain’s huge deficit.

 

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Sun rises in East, retires in West for expats - survey

Asia is fast becoming a top destination for professional people and executives who go abroad for their companies, their careers and their bank accounts: the expatriates. And Europe is largely a place for retirement in the sun, in France and Spain, although Britain and India came top as ideal choices for retirement, a recent survey shows.

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Gunmen kill at least 31 in Nigerian city

Gunmen killed eight people in Nigeria's troubled city of Potiskum Saturday, raising the death toll to 31 for three days of violence in the northeastern town, police and residents said. The body of a school principal was found near his house on Saturday, after seven people had been reportedly slaughtered in the city and 23 earlier killed following blasts and shootings on Thursday. In the eastern state of Adamawa, the bodies were found of nine people who residents charged were executed by soldiers hunting suspects in a roadside bomb blast four days earlier. Suspected members of the Boko Haram Islamist group shot dead seven people, including a retired customs chief and an ex-police officer early Saturday, police said.

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