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Markets go on a wild ride. The Dow going back and forth between positive and negitive territory all day. Droping nearly 700 point ? before closing down by more than 100 point. This was been the Dow's worst week ever.

 

President Bush says it will take time for the government's financial rescue plan is big enough to study the markets. World major economy now are harding? in Washington trying solve? credit market and end the global painic.

 

Martti Ahtisaari win the Nobel Peace Prize. The former president of Finland Hill for his peace building effort around the world. But someone in Chinese Human Right activist single ? for their protest in Tibet.

 

]In North Korea a ? show up a ?. This performance marking the 60th of the ruling party. ? almost 100 ? many students and children. No sign of leader Kim Jong-il whose health has been questioned by the West.

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Markets go on a wild-ride, with the Dow going back-and-forth between positive and negative territory all day, dropping nearly 700 points early on before closing down by more than a hundred points, this has been the Dow’s worst week ever.

 

President Bush says it will take time, but the government’s financial rescue plan is big enough to steady the markets. The world’s major economists are now huddling in Washington, trying to thaw credit markets and end the global panic.

 

Finland’s Martti Ahtisaari wins the Nobel Peace Prize, the former President of Finland held for his peace building efforts around the world. But someone at Chinese human rights activists singled out for their protests in Tibet.

 

In North Korea, a colorful show of mass choreography, this performance marking the 60th anniversary of the ruling party, featuring almost a hundred thousand participants, many students and children, but no sign of leader Kim Jong-il, whose heath has been questioned by the west.

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1.Markets go on a wild ride, with the Dow going back and forth between positive and negative territory all day, dropping nearly 700 points early on before closing down by more than 100 points. This has been the Dow’s worst week ever.

 

2.President Bush says it will take time, but the government’s financial rescue plan is big enough to steady the markets. The world’s major economies are now huddling in Washington, trying to thaw credit markets and end the global panic.

 

3.Finland’s Martti Ahtisaari wins the Nobel Peace Prize, the former president of Finland hails for his peace- building efforts around the world. But some wanted Chinese human rights activists singled out for their protests in Tibet.

 

4.In North Korea, a colorful show of mass choreography, this performance marking the 63rd anniversary of the ruling party, featuring almost 100,000 participants, many students and children, but no sign of leader Kim Jong Il , whose health has been questioned by the west.

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Markets go a wild ride with the Dow Jones going back and forth between positive and negative territory all day. Dropping nearly 700 points early on before closing down by more than 100 points. This has been the Dow’s worst week ever. President Bush says it will take time, but the government’s financial rescue plan is big enough to steady the markets. The world’s major economists are now huddling in Washington, trying to threw credit markets and end the global panic. (人名) wins the Nobel Peace Prize. The former president of Finland hails for his peace building efforts around the world. But some wanted Chinese human rights activists singled out for their protest in Tibet. In North Korea, a colorful show of mass choreography, this performance marketing the 63rd anniversary of ruling party, featuring almost 100000 participants, many students and children, but no sigh of leader of (人名), whose health has been questioned by the west.

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1Markets go on a wild ride, with the Dow going back and forth between positive and negative territory all day, dropping nearly 700 points early on before closing down by more than 100 points. This has been the Dow’s worst week ever.

 

2President Bush says it will take time, but the government’s financial rescue plan is big enough to steady the markets. The world’s major economies are now huddling in Washington, trying to thaw credit markets and end the global panic.

 

3Finland’s Martti Ahtisaari wins the Nobel Peace Prize, the former president of Finland hails for his peace- building efforts around the world. But some wanted Chinese human rights activists singled out for their protests in Tibet.

 

4In North Korea, a colorful show of mass choreography, this performance marking the 63rd anniversary of the ruling party, featuring almost 100,000 participants, many students and children, but no sign of leader Kim Jong Il , whose health has been questioned by the west.

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