Morning Brief, Monday, March 10
2008 U.S. Elections EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images Barack Obama won a big victory in the Wyoming caucuses Satuday, netting himself two delegates. Next up? Mississippi, where the Illinois senator is also favored. The Clintons are calling for a Hillary/Barack unity ticket. Remember the sleeping girl in that “3. a.m. phone call” ad? In real life, she ...
2008 U.S. Elections
2008 U.S. Elections
The Clintons are calling for a Hillary/Barack unity ticket.
Remember the sleeping girl in that “3. a.m. phone call” ad? In real life, she backs Obama.
Spanish PM José Luis Rodriguez Zapatero’s Social Party picked up five seats in Spain’s bitterly waged legislative elections but failed to win an outright majority.
As expected, France’s municipal elections were a setback for President Nicolas Sarkozy, whose prime minister vowed to continue his reform agenda.
Nationalist PM Vojislav Kostunica dissolved the Serbian government in a bid to boost anti-EU forces and capitalize on anger over Kosovo.
Italy’s top appeals court has ruled that women can lie to conceal adultery.
Pakistan’s two leading political parties are teaming up against President Pervez Musharraf.
Malaysia’s ruling coalition has taken a beating, as have the country’s markets.
Yao Ming says he’ll be ready to play in time for the Olympics.
A female suicide bomber killed a Sunni tribal leader in Diyala Province, Iraq.
If you live in Saudi Arabia and you get a message on your mobile phone from Ayman al-Zawihiri, please alert the authorities within a week.
Vice President Dick Cheney is headed to the Middle East next week.
Venezuela moved to restore diplomatic ties with Colombia.
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