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2 students protesters wounded by gunfire in Thailand; police warn against new street rallies - Minneapolis Star Tribune

September 5th, 2008, 7:13

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BANGKOK, Thailand - Thai police warned students Friday to avoid street protests after a gunman shot and wounded two students demonstrating against the embattled prime minister, raising new fears of violence in the country's tense political crisis. The attack came after Samak proposed a national

Gov: Scandal 'affects us all' - Detroit News
 If there can be any real winners in a case where the mayor of the state's largest city is compelled to resign his office in shame, Gov. Jennifer Granholm is among them. She drew praise on Detroit talk radio, editorial pages and elsewhere for her handling of the Kwame Kilpatrick hearing she held

Djokovic knocks off Roddick to earn another showdown with Federer - CNN Sports Illustrated
Roger Federer struggled at times against 130th-ranked qualifier Gilles Muller Just two points from forcing fifth set, Roddick double-faulted twice in a row It was Federer's 32nd straight win at Flushing, where he's won past four titles Andy Roddick's service game let him down in Thursday's four-set

Visiting Georgia, Dick Cheney assails Russia - Los Angeles Times
US Vice President Dick Cheney delivers a statement with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili in Tbilisi. The U.S. vice president, appearing with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili, pledges continued U.S. support for reconstruction. TBILISI, GEORGIA -- Appearing alongside beleaguered Georgian

Meet Chrome -- Google's innovative, new Web browser - Detroit News
Google has introduced a new Web browser, called Chrome, aimed at wresting dominance of the browser market from Microsoft's Internet Explorer. The move takes the Google-Microsoft rivalry to a whole new level. If Google succeeds, it will be a big deal, with major ramifications for the future of the

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