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10/11/2007 - 21:55

Editoweb: UK today 10 nov 2007

World Bank calls for more National Happiness in Bhutan - U.S. attack on Iran may "open Pandora's box" - Belgian arrives home after Chad detention - Amy Winehouse Husband Appears In Court - Journalists expelled from Pakistan.



World Bank calls for more National Happiness in Bhutan
Other countries need to follow Bhutan's lead in promoting Gross National Happiness as a gauge of national wellbeing, a World Bank official told the Himalayan nation's state newspaper.
Bhutan's former king Jigme Singye Wangchuck is famed for suggesting soon after he came to the throne in 1972 that Gross National Happiness was more important than Gross National Product in measuring national wealth and it has become the isolated kingdom's guiding development philosophy.

U.S. attack on Iran may "open Pandora's box"
The United States could unleash vastly superior firepower if it attacked Iran but Tehran could strike back against its forces in Iraq and threaten oil supplies crucial to the world economy.
Speculation is growing that President George W. Bush could launch military action before he leaves office in January 2009 even though Washington says it is committed to resolving the crisis over Iran's disputed atomic ambitions diplomatically.

Belgian arrives home after Chad detention
A 74-year-old Belgian pilot, who had been detained in Chad over an attempt to fly 103 African children to Europe, arrived home on Saturday by military jet.
Jacques Wilmart, freed by Chadian authorities on Friday, was flown by the Belgian military to Melsbroek military base on the outskirts of Brussels. He was taken away by ambulance after having suffered heart problems earlier this week.

Amy Winehouse Husband Appears In Court
Amy Winehouse looked on from the public gallery as her husband was remanded in custody charged with perverting the course of justice.
Blake Fielder-Civil, 25, appeared at Thames Magistrates Court after being arrested at the couple's Camden home in north London on Thursday.
He was remanded in custody until November 23 when he is due before a judge at Snaresbrook Crown Court.

Journalists expelled from Pakistan
Three British journalists have been ordered to leave Pakistan as Gordon Brown was urged to intervene in the country's deteriorating situation.
Isambard Wilkinson, Colin Freeman and Damien McElroy - who work for the Telegraph Group - were given 72 hours to depart amid complaints that coverage had been "derogatory" towards Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf.

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