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Mexican union leader accused of embezzling millions

February 27, 2013 |

Authorities have arrested the leader of Mexico’s largest union, accusing her of embezzling millions of dollars. – Latin America


Shark Attack — Great White Kills TV Director in New Zealand

February 27, 2013 |

An award-winning TV and film director was killed in a gruesome shark attack off the coast of New Zealand today … as authorities grabbed guns and opened fire on the animals. 46-year-old Adam Strange — who’s directed a whole bunch of international…

Un enfant pour deux

February 27, 2013 |

GARDE D’ENFANT – L’autorité parentale conjointe, le divorce par consentement mutuel, le droit de l’enfant à être entendu par le Juge aux Affaires Familiales, toutes ces lois visent à dédramatiser la rupture du couple. Une action comme celle de M. Charnay, retranché en haut d’une grue à Nantes pour faire valoir son droit de visite supprimé après deux enlèvements, est heureusement exceptionnelle. Elle n’apporte en rien la preuve que les juges favoriseraient les mères contrairement à ce que les associations de défense des pères séparés voudraient nous faire croire.

Aujourd’hui, le modèle du bon divorce est celui de la permanence du couple parental au-delà de la rupture du lien conjugal, quels que soient les motifs de la rupture. Bon nombre de couples y arrivent tant bien que mal puisque les divorces par consentement mutuel représentent plus de 50% des requêtes. Ce qui signifie que lorsque les enfants résident principalement chez la mère ou vivent en résidence alternée, c’est le plus souvent une décision du couple entérinée par le juge et non une manifestation de l’idéologie supposée du magistrat.

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Hundreds of businesses join brief in Supreme Court opposing DOMA

February 27, 2013 |

Days after prominent Republicans said they were signing a legal brief arguing that gay couples have a right to marry, 278 employers have filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court, arguing the same thing.

L.A. Times – Business

EADS Deems German Loan Terms Unacceptable

February 27, 2013 |

The European aerospace giant has balked at the terms of a proposed loan of more than $ 780 million from the German government to fund the new Airbus A350 jetliner, said Chief Executive Tom Enders. US Business

Dollar Bulls Should Just Ignore Bernanke – Wall Street Journal

February 27, 2013 |

New Yorker

Dollar Bulls Should Just Ignore Bernanke
Wall Street Journal
Far from it, there could be more reason to buy the U.S. currency now than there was before. Italy's political problems could well see to that. On the surface, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's testimony to Congress Tuesday was disappointing for these dollar bulls.
Stocks steady after Bernanke balmFinancial Times
Bernanke: No major damage to US banks from ItalyMarketWatch
US Stocks Seen Down on Italy (blog)
Barron’s – –Bloomberg
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Business – Google News

Jennifer Lawrence’s win got Kristen Stewart excited – Times of India

February 27, 2013 |

Times of India

Jennifer Lawrence's win got Kristen Stewart excited
Times of India
When Jennifer Lawrence won the Best Actress Oscar for 'Silver Linings Playbook' on Sunday, no one was more excited for her than Kristen Stewart. "When they announced Jen's name, Kristen was so happy and cheering for her! She was going crazy in her
Kristen Stewart & Jennifer Lawrence: New BFFs?Hollywood Life
Jennifer Lawrence's clothes from "Silver Linings" up for auctionReuters
A star is born: Why we love Jennifer Lawrence (Or why she's the perfect 2013 Entertainment Weekly –E! Online –USA TODAY
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Entertainment – Google News

Pope Bids Farewell in Final Address

February 27, 2013 |

Pope Benedict XVI recalls moments of ‘joy and light’ during his papacy but also times of great difficulty in an emotional, final address before tens of thousands in St. Peter’s Square.

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    Iran: Nuclear negotiations end on positive note

    February 27, 2013 |

    Iran's Supreme National Security Council Secretary and chief nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili speaks during talks on Iran's nuclear program in Almaty, Kazakhstan, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013. World powers hope Iran will respond positively on Wednesday to their new offer to lift some sanctions if Tehran scales back nuclear activity the West fears could be used to build bombs. (AP Photo/ Shamil Zhumatov, Pool)ALMATY, Kazakhstan (AP) — Negotiations with world powers over how to curb Iran's nuclear program have reached a "turning point" for the better after nearly breaking down last year, the Islamic republic's top official at diplomatic talks said Wednesday at the close of two days of delicate discussions aimed at preventing Tehran from building an atomic arsenal.

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