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11/10/2009 - 21:11

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Government to hold assets sale - Greenpeace protesters scale roof of parliament - Greenpeace Activists On Roof Of Parliament.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 11 October 2009
Government to hold assets sale

The Government is to sell off £16 billion of assets as part of moves to restore stability to the public finances, Gordon Brown is to announce.

Greenpeace protesters scale roof of parliament

Dozens of climate-change protesters climbed on to the roof of the Houses of Parliament on Sunday and unveiled banners, raising security concerns the day before legislators return from their summer break.

Greenpeace Activists On Roof Of Parliament

At least 50 environmental campaigners have climbed onto the roof of the Houses of Parliament to call for action on climate change.

Boyzone lead tributes to Gately

Boyzone led tributes to their "friend and brother" Stephen Gately, saying he was a "beautiful person in both body and spirit".

Series of car bombs kills 19 in western Iraq

A spate of car bombings killed 19 people Sunday in Iraq's western Anbar province, once a hotbed of insurgency that later become a showcase for restoring peace.

Gay rights advocates march on DC, divided on Obama

Thousands of gay and lesbian activists marched Sunday from the White House to the Capitol, demanding that President Barack Obama keep his promises to allow gays to serve openly in the military and work to end discrimination against gays.

Ariz. undertaker seeks to revive dying Kan. town

Like hundreds of small towns across rural America, Preston has boarded-up storefronts lining its Main Street. The roof has fallen in at the long-abandoned high school, while peeling paint and broken windows disfigure once stately, now vacant homes. This central Kansas farming town of 170 people is dying — and an Arizona undertaker has a plan to bring it back to life.

A darker side of Columbus emerges in US classrooms

Jeffrey Kolowith's kindergarten students read a poem about Christopher Columbus, take a journey to the New World on three paper ships and place the explorer's picture on a timeline through history.

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