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DateLine Sunday, 22 April 2007





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Amy Kaplan of Fairfax, Virginia, a 2006 Virginia Tech graduate, mourns her friend Caitlin Hammaren, a victim of the Virginia Tech shooting rampage, during a candlelight vigil 18 April 2007 in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, in memory of the victims of the Virginia Tech shooting rampage. Cho Seung-Hui, 23, a Virginia Tech English major and native of South Korea, killed 32 others before he shot and killed himself in the worst campus shooting in US history. (AFP)

Virginia Tech massacre, interplay of US domestic, foreign policies

The gory killings recently at the Virginia Tech University in the US, while unsettlingly underscoring the violence - prone nature of American society, helps focus also on the interdependence of a state's domestic and foreign policies.`

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Nail-biting wait as France prepares to vote for new president

A nail-biting suspense gripped France Saturday, as the country prepared to vote in the first round of the presidential election as the last polls showed the race is wide open. Official campaigning stopped at midnight Friday, after which a ban came into force preventing media from publishing opinion polls and statements from the 12 candidates.

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