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06:16 | 0 | Tanjug
Cuban government has launched its own online encyclopedia, similar to Wikipedia, with the goal to present its own version of the world and history, world media report.
06:44 | 0 | EU Business.com
European leaders tackle plans to set up a permanent financial rescue system at a two-day summit this week as the European Central Bank upped the stakes Tuesday, calling for them to do much more.
06:47 | 0 | Ria Novosti
Judge Howard Riddle freed Assange, whose WikiLeaks website has provoked U.S. rage by releasing diplomatic documents, on a $315,000 bail until the next hearing on January 11, 2011.