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Carla Bruni not keen on 2nd term for husband Sarkozy

PARIS (Reuters) - French first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy is not keen to see her husband President Nicolas Sarkozy run for a second term in office, worried that the job might damage his health, she told Figaro Magazine.

Carla Bruni not keen on 2nd term for husband Sarkozy

PARIS (Reuters) - French first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy is not keen to see her husband President Nicolas Sarkozy run for a second term in office, worried that the job might damage his health, she told Figaro Magazine.

Liu Xiang stays upbeat for London Games

BEIJING: China's former Olympic champion high hurdler Liu Xiang is confident he can get back to top form and win a medal at the 2012 London Olympics despite his injury problems.

Pope accepts resignation of Irish bishop

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Benedict has accepted the resignation of Bishop John Magee of Cloyne, Ireland, who has been accused of mishandling reports of sexual abuse in his diocese, the Vatican said on Wednesday.

Govt looking into abused migrant workers problem: Hisham

Efforts are under way to end the dreadful treatment of migrant workers with the formation of an anti-trafficking council, said Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein.

Google risks China's ire with slap to censorship

BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Google Inc shut its mainland Chinese-language portal and began rerouting searches to its Hong Kong-based site, unleashing a blast of ire from Beijing and prompting concerns over its future business in China.

Q+A - What's next for Google's China workers?

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Google's decision to shutter its Chinese search website and redirect users to its Hong Kong-based search page leaves the fate of its 600 China-based employees in the balance.

Google moves China search service to Hong Kong

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc moved its China Internet search service to Hong Kong in a bid to resolve its dispute with Beijing over censored search results while keeping a foot in the world's largest Internet market.

Google reroutes China search, Beijing lashes back

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc closed its China-based search service and began redirecting Web searchers to an uncensored portal in Hong Kong, drawing harsh comments from Beijing that raised doubts about the company's future in the world's largest Internet market.

Google risks China's ire with slap to censorship

BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Google Inc shut its mainland Chinese-language portal and began rerouting searches to an uncensored Hong Kong-based site, unleashing a blast of ire from Beijing and prompting concerns over its future business in China.

Life Inspired has a chic new look

2020 is all about change, and Life Inspired did just that with a fresh makeover!

This month, we speak to 3 female icons about empowerment and more - read it for FREE this week.