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World Insight 20120401 A proposal for peace; A united front; Push for the presidency; Baby boom

04-02-2012 06:12 BJT

1、The Proposal for Peace: The Syrian government agrees to a plan that could finally put it to an end to more than a year violence. As the fighting continues, the opposition doubts whether the President Assad is being sincere. 2、United Front: Leaders of the five emerging economies meet in New Delhi to seek a greater say in global affairs. But some doubt the countries are so different they can speak with one voice. 3、Push for the Presidency: With France’s election three weeks away, Francois Hollande challenges Nicolas Sarkozy in his way for another term of presidency. 4、Baby Boom: Why China is seeing a large number of expected mothers in this new year?

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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