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By Patrick Martin, 30 April 2011
Bipartisan talks are beginning on new spending cuts tied to a rise in the federal debt ceiling.
By Naomi Spencer, 30 April 2011
Three days after one of the most destructive storms in US history, the death toll has risen to 319 across six states.
By Bill Van Auken, 30 April 2011
Thousands of Syrians took to the streets Friday, including in the capital of Damascus, defying the attempt to crush protests with police-military violence.
By David Walsh, 30 April 2011
A Bahraini military court Thursday condemned four young anti-government protesters to death at the conclusion of a shameless frame-up trial. Three others were sentenced to life in prison.
By Jean Shaoul, 30 April 2011
Egypt announced that Fatah and Hamas, the rival Palestinian parties, had agreed a “reconciliation deal” to form an interim unity government and fix a date for elections.
By Isabelle Belanger, 30 April 2011
In its fiscal year 2012 budget, the White House continues its policy of forcing states to impose right-wing educational measures in order to compete for federal aid.
By Steve James, 30 April 2011
On April 6, Dublin city coroner Dr Brian Farrell returned a verdict of “death by misadventure” over the death of Rachel Peavoy, a 30-year-old woman who died January 11, 2010 of hypothermia in her flat in Dublin, Ireland.
By Will Morrow, 30 April 2011
The number of asylum seekers incarcerated in detention centres has almost trebled in the past year.
By Stefan Steinberg, 30 April 2011
Nearly three years on, Deutsche Bank and a number of the main players responsible for the finance crash of 2008 are bigger and more powerful than ever.
By Jordan Shilton, 30 April 2011
Barely a year after being taken over by Dutch firm Spyker, Swedish automaker Saab is again in danger of shutdown, with the loss of thousands of jobs.