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PostSubject: Japanese officials, who call Sea Shepherd    Mon Jun 20, 2011 4:32 am

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The forces of a rebel general in SOUTH SUDAN, who last month agreed to a peace deal with the regional government, massacred more than 200 people near the border between Sudan's north and south.



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BRAZIL'S president, Dilma Rousseff, won a vote to limit an increase in the minimum wage to last year's inflation rate, the first battle in her government's effort to rein in the fiscal deficit and curb inflation.



MEXICO suffered more drug violence. The top intelligence official in the northern city of Monterrey was murdered. An American immigration agent based in the United States embassy in Mexico City was shot dead and another wounded, as they drove to Monterrey.



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PERU'S polling companies suspended opinion polls for April's presidential election in protest at a ruling by the electoral authority requiring them to obtain the personal details of those they interview. The latest polls give Alejandro Toledo, a former president, the lead on around 28%.



The World Bank said that surging FOOD PRICES have pushed an extra 44m people worldwide into extreme poverty, which can often be a precursor to malnutrition. The number of undernourished people could rise to more than 1 billion this year.



Visiting Tokyo, INDIA'S minister of commerce signed an economic pact with JAPAN that lifts tariffs on many goods and services. The countries aim to more than double bilateral trade by 2014. They also discussed India's rare-earths industry; Japan currently depends on Chinese imports of the minerals.



Japan suspended its annual WHALE HUNT in the Antarctic, after vessels from the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society hounded one of its whalers.

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