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Australia gets first female premier
Mr. Rudd’s deputy, Julia Gillard, was elected leader in an uncontested vote about 12 hours after she surprised many colleagues by challenging a prime minister who until recently had been among the country’s most popular.
Many foreign policies, including Australia’s 1,500-strong military contribution to the war in Afghanistan, are not likely to change under Miss Gillard.
President hopes arrest cripples terrorist cell
JAKARTA | Indonesia’s president said he hopes the arrest of the country’s most-wanted terrorism suspect will help cripple a network accused of plotting several high-profile assassinations and a Mumbai-style attack targeting foreigners at luxury hotels.
However, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, reportedly a target of the plot, urged people to remain vigilant and report all suspicious movements.
The suspect, Abdullah Sunata, was led away in handcuffs with two aides, one of them a purported expert bomb maker, after raids on their hideout in Central Java province Wednesday.
Blast kills associate in minister’s office
ATHENS | Greek Public Order Minister Mihalis Chrisohoidis says a bomb attack inside his ministry has killed one of his close associates.
Officials said the bomb, disguised as a gift, exploded on the seventh floor of the ministry, near Mr. Chrisohoidis’ office, on Thursday night. The minister was inside the building at the time but he was not harmed.
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