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Romney, allies launch ad war for Illinois primary
WASHINGTON - In the wild race for the Republican presidential nomination, there has been one constant: When Mitt Romney really needs to do well in a state, he and his allies pour money into ads, most of which attack his rivals.
The price of a life? In Afghanistan, it’s as little as $210
KABUL - In Afghanistan, if NATO forces kill a member of your family, it is better in terms of money if they come from Germany or Italy than the United States or Britain.
Saving biodiversity will be expensive
WASHINGTON - Saving biodiversity — the vast and essential variety of the natural world — will be expensive, at an estimated $300 billion a year for the next eight years.
Ill-armed Syrian rebels wage unequal struggle
QUSAIR, Syria - The computer engineer from Homs had hoped to work in Dubai after his military service. Make some money, marry his fiancee. Carve out a comfortable life in Syria’s slowly liberalising economy.
Hot interest in image sharing website Pinterest
OAKLAND, California — Christine Martinez spent the past week frolicking on the Caribbean island of St. Barth after becoming a star by sharing her sense of style at Pinterest.com.
Afghanistan joins railroad era — 100 years late
KABUL, Afghanistan — More than a century ago, fearing that his country might be swallowed up in the Great Game rivalry between the British empire to the east and the Russian army to the north, an Afghan king made a radical decision: He banned railroads.
Google pressures developers to use Wallet
Google Inc has been pressuring applications and mobile game developers to use its costlier in-house payment service, Google Wallet, as the Internet search giant tries to emulate the financial success of Apple Inc’s iOS platform.
Sports cars go green as environmental standards tighten
GENEVA - Sports cars, reputed for being energy guzzlers, are now trying to boost their green credentials as they seek to attract environmentally conscious consumers and meet new climate standards.
State election routs cripple India’s ruling party
NEW DELHI - India’s ruling party needed a series of state election victories to reinvigorate its scandal-plagued government.
Automakers put snarl in small car design
GENEVA — Small cars were looking more sleek and sporty at the Geneva Auto Show on Tuesday as global automakers struggling to make a profit in Europe tried to entice consumers to look past the continent’s economic gloom.
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