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Signs of the Times for Mon, 10 Jul 2006

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Matt Pascarella in Mexico City
Greg Palast in London
Gore v. Bush. Kerry v. Bush. Obrador v. Calderon.

As in Florida in 2000, as in Ohio in 2004, the exit polls show the voters voted for the progressive candidate, but the race is "officially" too close to call.

But they will call it - after they steal it. Reuters News agency reports that, as of 8 p.m. Eastern time, as voting concluded in Mexico, exit polls show Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador of the "left-wing" Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD) leading in exit polls over Felipe Calderon of the ruling conservative National Action Party (PAN).

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Associated Press
Sat Jul 8, 2006
WARSAW, Poland - Poland's governing party accepted the resignation Saturday of Prime Minister Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz and recommended party chairman Jaroslaw Kaczynski - the president's identical twin - to replace him.

The Law and Justice "party leadership put forward a proposal, and I accepted it," Kaczynski said, annoucing the moves at news conference. He called it "a natural situation for the head of the governing party to be prime minister."

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Sat Jul 8, 2006
TOKYO - A U.S. Navy guided missile destroyer with the navy's most advanced combat weapon system arrived in Japan on Saturday as tensions surrounding North Korea's missile tests remained high.

The USS Mustin, equipped with missile tracking and engaging systems and with a crew of 300, will be permanently deployed at the navy's Yokosuka base in Tokyo Bay, U.S. Navy spokeswoman Hanako Tomizuka said.

The U.S. Navy now has eight vessels equipped with its Aegis weapon system at Yokosuka, home of its Seventh Fleet. They are scheduled to be joined next month by the Aegis cruiser Shiloh, which last month took part in an exercise off Hawaii that involved successfully intercepting a missile in flight.

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Sun Jul 9, 2006
SEOUL - North Korea's leader Kim Jong-il said his country would not budge in negotiations with the United States, adding the reclusive state was ready to meet any attack with a strong blow of its own, Yonhap reported on Sunday.

"Kim declared that even a small concession wouldn't be made to the sworn-enemy U.S. imperialistic aggressors," the North's Korean Central Broadcasting Station (KCBS) said in an editorial monitored in Seoul, the South Korean news agency said.

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Fri Jul 7, 2006
PORT-AU-PRINCE - At least 16 people were killed and three injured in a night of fighting between armed groups in the south of Haiti's capital, a United Nations official said.

The UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) sent a battalion to the southern Port-au-Prince quarter of Martissant to help calm the situation, and the Haitian national police force also reported sending in its teams.

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