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  • It also warns of the dangers of what it calls the government's growing authoritarian rule, citing increasing censorship of the Internet and state surveillance of telephones.

    Two Major Parties Fight for Votes in Turkey Election

  • A small number of demonstrators from Christian groups gathered in Abuja on Monday to protest what they called the government's inadequate response to the violence, and Nigerian news websites carried many comments from Nigerians who said they found Mr. Jonathan's remarks and response inadequate.

    Deadly Christmas Blasts Spark Outrage in Nigeria

  • In Abuja, a small number of Christian demonstrators gathered to protest what they called the government's inadequate response to the violence and complacency.

    Christmas Day Blasts Rock Nigeria

  • Japanese power broker Ozawa, despite being laid low by corruption charges, challenged longtime party rival Prime Minister Kan over what he called the government's mishandling of the nuclear crisis.

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  • He was one of what he calls the government's "usual suspects."

    Despite Government Strikes, Rebel-Held Areas Hold On in Libya

  • The judge ruled that the labels were not factual and required the companies to use cigarette packages as billboards for what he described as the government's obvious anti

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  • The human rights minister Huda al-Ban was the third member of Mr Saleh's cabinet to quit yesterday in protest at what she described as the government's "horrible, cowardly and perfidious crime".

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  • A Kurdish militant group, the Kurdistan Freedom Falcons or TAK, claimed responsibility for the car bombing and threatened more attacks in retaliation to what it called the government's "war" against the rebels.

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  • "Tadic is not Serbia," read a big banner over a stage used by the protest speakers, including Mr. Mladic's son, Darko, who attacked what they called the government's efforts to placate Washington and the West by extraditing "a Serbian hero," Mr. Mladic.

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  • The leader of Jordan's largest opposition group warns that patience is running out with what he called the government's slow steps toward reform.

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