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21/04/2008 - 21:51

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Looking for votes in Pa.'s demographics; McCain exits campaign money race; Hamas says would conditionally accept peace plan; Survey: 30 percent believe economy will shrink ; Boost food supply, not protectionism: U.S. official .



                                      
Looking for votes in Pa.'s demographics
Older, whiter and more female than the nation as a whole, Pennsylvania looks like Hillary Rodham Clinton country. Wealthier, better educated and more African American than the rest of the state, Pennsylvania's thickly settled southeast corner could belong to Barack Obama.

McCain exits campaign money race
John McCain is abandoning any hope of catching the Democrats in fundraising.  
Based on new financial disclosure reports released Sunday, and interviews with his finance team, the Republican Party's presumptive nominee will instead accept taxpayer money to finance his general election and share other costs with the Republican National Committee.

Hamas says would conditionally accept peace plan
Islamist Hamas group Hamas said on Monday it would accept the establishment of a Palestinian state on land occupied by Israel in the 1967 Middle East war, but it was not prepared to recognize the Jewish state.

Survey: 30 percent believe economy will shrink
The odds the country will fall into its first recession since 2001 are rising sharply. Thirty percent of economists now believe the economy will shrink in the first half of this year, up from 10 percent who thought this in January, according to a survey being released Monday by the National Association for Business Economics, known by its acronym NABE.

Boost food supply, not protectionism: U.S. official
Governments should avoid imposing export embargoes to protect local consumers from soaring food prices and instead invest in boosting supplies, a top U.S. food official said on Monday.

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