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  • Germany and France, the leading powers in the 17-nation euro zone, have promised to propose a comprehensive strategy to fight the debt crisis at an EU summit delayed until October 23

    Europe’s top financial watchdog warned on Tuesday that the euro zone’s sovereign debt crisis has become systemic and threatens global economic stability unless decisive action is taken urgently.

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    11 Oct 11
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    Vikings coach Leslie Frazier voiced confidence in Bernard Berrian amid speculation that the team was considering cutting ties with the disgruntled receiver. “We’ll get him back on the field on Wednesday and he’ll get back …

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    11 Oct 11
  • The Latest – October 11, 2011

    Here is the latest sports news: Wild fall to Isles. NBA cancels first two weeks of regular season. Lynx to celebrate championship today. Delmon Young back on Tigers roster. Isles Trim Will(Uniondale, NY) — The …

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    11 Oct 11
  • Lynx Parade

    The Minnesota Lynx, winners of the 2011 WNBA Championship, will host a parade and championship celebration tomorrow, Tuesday, October 11. The festivities will begin at 11:30 a.m. with a parade down Nicollet Avenue, leading to …

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    10 Oct 11
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    Volleyball Tonight:Holy Family catholic at New UlmMVL at Nicollet on KNUJSESM at CathedralSpringfield at Redwood ValleyLakeview at WabassoCleveland at LoyolaDassel/Cokato at Sibley EastGlencoe/SL at Watertown/Mayer Section Boys Soccer:New Ulm at Sw Mn ChristianSt Peter at …

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    10 Oct 11
  • The Latest October 10, 2011

    Here is the latest sports news: The Vikings crushed the Cardinals. The Isles host the Wild. Purdue pounded Minnesota. Vikes Crush Cards(Minneapolis, MN) — The Vikings scored 28 points in the first quarter en route …

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    10 Oct 11
  • Senators ditch pen and paper for iPads

    Members of the Dutch Senate, or upper house of parliament, won’t strain their backs or weigh down their bike panniers by carrying stacks of printed documents from work anymore, since they are all now expected to work on their Apple iPads.

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    10 Oct 11