International news of December 31, 2008 - Election results ‘Not Acceptable’ says Khalida Zia

2008-12-31 15:35:08 (GMT) (Caymanmama.com - World News News)

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International news of December 31, 2008

  • Election results ‘Not Acceptable’ - Khalida Zia
  • Central Asian route being used for movement of Nato and US supplies inside Afghanistan
  • Israeli aggression and blockade to be removed for Hamas to consider truce
  • National should stand united to fight failing economy - Thai PM
  • Automakers bailout prompts GM to pump up sales tactics

Election results ‘Not Acceptable’ Khalida Zia

Dhaka (Dawn News): The elections results in Bangladesh that brought the Awami League of Sheikh Hasina Wajid into power with 230 seats from the total of 300 seats were declared unacceptable by the ex-prime minister of Bangladesh Khalida Zia, who in her short address said, ‘I thank the chief election commissioner for implementing a stage-managed election. This election is not acceptable to the BNP, It also won’t be acceptable to the people.’

Central Asian route being used for movement of Nato and US supplies inside Afghanistan

Washington (New York Times report): Central Asian countries are now being used to move supplies for the Nato and US troops stationed in Afghanistan after the sudden closure of Pakistani route by the Pakistan security forces as the major operation has been launched by the security forces in Pakistan against the Taliban in the North West Frontier Region.

Israeli aggression and blockade to be removed for Hamas to consider truce

Gaza City (Dawn Report): Israel announced a sudden halt in attacks at the Gaza City yesterday. The Hamas official, while speaking about the halt in attacks said that Hamas would consider the halt and would refrain from across the boarder firing if Israel promises to stop aggression and lifts blockade.

National should stand united to fight failing economy

Bangkok (Washingtonpost.com): The new Prime Minister of Thailand for forced to deliver his first speech to the parliamentarians from the Foreign Ministry instead of the parliament which thousands of protesters surrounded. He used his first speech to warn the people of the country by saying, “Political conflicts that have spread to civic groups could push the economy, along with the tourism industry, into recession if action is not taken quickly to resolve them and revive confidence among investors and foreign tourists.”

Automakers bailout prompts GM to pump up sales tactics

Washington Post News: New blood flowed the veins of General Motors after the announcement by the US treasury for the investment of $6 billion to bailout the troubled automaker whose sales of cars dropped up to 41% in November 2008. GM in an last attempt to push the year end sales announced sale of select cars at financing against 0% and also giving rebates of up to $4,250 on some vehicles.



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