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Topic - David Morrison
Lt. Gen. David Morrison, the head of Australia's army, had a blunt statement for misogynist soldiers on Friday: Control your behaviors or quit.
Europe's fragile financial calm was shattered Wednesday as investors worried that violent anti-austerity protests in Greece and Spain's debt troubles showed that the region still cannot get a grip on its financial crisis and stabilize its common currency, the euro.
If scientists find microbes in a frigid lake two miles beneath the thick ice of Antarctica, it will illustrate once again that somehow life finds a way to survive in the strangest and harshest places.
Ousted Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich's second corruption trial begins Wednesday, starring many of the same figures as the first — but this retrial won't be just a rerun.
Rod Blagojevich asked a judge Monday to order prosecutors to hand over written summaries of any FBI interviews with President Obama about the ousted Illinois governor's corruption case.
NEW YORK (AP) — The U.N. ethics chief is recommending an investigation into whether a U.N. official was fired in retaliation for raising concerns about his agency's financial transactions in North Korea, according to a letter obtained yesterday.
NEW YORK — U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon yesterday called for an extended investigation of the U.N. Development Program's North Korea office, saying he is concerned about reports that Pyongyang had used U.N. money to buy foreign property and dual-use scientific equipment.
"I will be ruthless in ridding the army of people who cannot live up to its values," he said, speaking of the need to rid the military of those who "exploit and demean" female recruits, Agence France-Presse reported.
He added, AFP reported: "The same goes for those who think that toughness is built on humiliating others."