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World Insight 20120304 Nuclear deal; Russia's next leader; A gesture toward stability; Row over the iPad

03-05-2012 06:29 BJT

1、A Nuclear Deal: The DPRK agrees to suspend atomic testing in exchange for US food aid. China and other regional neighbors have welcomed the move, hoping it can pave the way for the resumption of the six-party talks. 2、Russia’s Next Leader: Voting is under way but the outcome is all uncertain. Putin is on a try to win a third non-consecutive term as Russian President. 3、A Gesture toward Stability: Syrian President signed in to allow a new constitution promising a multi-party system and term limit for the top leader while the opposition says it is not enough. 4、Row over the I-pad: A Chinese company sues Apple over the I-pad name. The popular product could be banned from being sold on the mainland.

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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