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DateLine Sunday, 6 April 2008





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Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II congratulated Prof. Mohan Munasinghe on sharing the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize for his work on climate change. From historic Westminster Abbey, London, he had the unique honour of delivering a special message on climate change and sustainable development, to Commonwealth citizens in 53 member countries, at the recent 2008 Commonwealth Day celebrations. Prof. Munasinghe is Vice Chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Geneva, Chairman of the Munasinghe Institute of Development (MIND), Colombo, and Honorary Senior Advisor to the Government of Sri Lanka. Mrs. Sria Munasinghe, Vice Chair of MIND was also present.

Bush regrets Macedonia not invited into NATO

US President George W. Bush on Saturday expressed regret that the Balkan nation of Macedonia was not invited to join NATO, alongside Croatia and Albania.

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China says it will step-up ‘re-education’ of Tibetans

China on Saturday signalled it would step up a campaign to re-educate Tibetans in an effort to turn them into “patriots”, following nearly a month of protests against Chinese rule of Tibet.

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