links for 2009-04-01

  • ** Posted using Viigo: Mobile RSS, Sports, Current Events and more ** LONDON (Reuters) – France threatened on Tuesday to storm out of this week's G20 summit if it did not get the results it wanted, despite Britain's call for countries to unite and restore confidence to a broken world economy.
  • ** Posted using Viigo: Mobile RSS, Sports, Current Events and more ** WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Congress can fight the epidemic of childhood obesity by getting "junk" food out of school stores and snack machines, a parent-teacher group and the American Dietetic Association said on Tuesday.
  • ** Posted using Viigo: Mobile RSS, Sports, Current Events and more ** WASHINGTON/DETROIT (Reuters) – General Motors warned on Tuesday there was a rising chance it could file for bankruptcy by June as Fiat and Chrysler executives met in a race to complete a tie-up the U.S. government has said Chrysler needs to survive.
  • ** Posted using Viigo: Mobile RSS, Sports, Current Events and more ** BEIJING (Reuters) – China is the only low-key voice in the international outcry over North Korea's planned rocket launch and is likely to stay that way, putting the stability of the reclusive state ahead of any retaliatory sanctions.
  • ** Posted using Viigo: Mobile RSS, Sports, Current Events and more ** JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Benjamin Netanyahu was sworn in as Israeli prime minister on Tuesday after winning parliamentary approval for his right-leaning government.
  • ** Posted using Viigo: Mobile RSS, Sports, Current Events and more ** TIJUANA, Mexico (Reuters) – Mexican children were playing in their primary school yard when police shot a drug gunman on the road outside, splattering blood around and sending the crying pupils running to their classrooms.
  • ** Posted using Viigo: Mobile RSS, Sports, Current Events and more ** SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea's planned rocket launch in the next week would violate U.N. resolutions even if the secretive state tried to put a satellite into space, officials in South Korea and Japan said on Wednesday.
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