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Global Report 11-November-2008 Sudanese President lashes out at France The Sudanese president Omer Hassan Al-Bashir lashed out at Western countries and accused them of trying to topple his regime during the last 20 years. France, the UK and the USA were particularly targeted. Al-Bashir told his people not to worry about a pending arrest warrant against him by the International Criminal Court (ICC). It contains three counts of genocide, five of crimes against humanity and two of murder. "Money and ruling is not in the hands of US, France & UK. They are all underneath my shoes" he said angrily. The strong statements by Al-Bashir may signal his frustration with his envoys failure to convince these countries to suspend the ICC move against him. Fuel shortage leaves Gaza in dark Gaza has gone in the dark yesterday evening due to the industrial fuel shortage. This fuel is supplied to the only power plant in Gaza by the Israeli side through Nahl Oz fuel crossing point. This has led to a drop in power plant operational capacity by 40 percent and produce only 25 -30 MW of the 85 -120 MW Obama to reverse several bush directives There's a lot that the new president elect can do using his executive authority to review, revert, repeal or amend. Bush administrations policies on stem cell research, climate change and birth control have raised enough storms in the past. Mr. Obamas speeches related to the above mentioned issues have generated hopes. During the campaign Mr Obama indicated that we ...

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