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Topic - G8
: Prime Minister Stephen Harper <br />President of the G8 for 2010 - Source: Wikipedia
House Speaker John A. Boehner and House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer both said Tuesday that a bipartisan group of eight House members are essentially in agreement on comprehensive immigration reform, and Mr. Hoyer said he expects a final agreement to be reached "in the near term."
Ratcheting up the pressure on Iran Saturday, leaders of the Group of Eight major economies expressed solidarity in their approach to cracking down on Tehran's nuclear development program, agreeing to act together to lower oil prices in the coming months if necessary.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy said Tuesday that governments need to lay down and enforce rules in the digital world _ even as they need to foster creativity and economic growth with the Internet.
The French government has fingerprinted U.S. journalists who will travel with President Obama to France for the G-8 summit next week.
World leaders lack the political will to ensure that everyone infected with HIV and AIDS gets treatment, the head of a meeting dedicated to the disease said Sunday.
Wary of slamming on the stimulus brakes too quickly but shaken by the European debt crisis, world leaders pledged on Sunday to slash government deficits in the most industrialized nations in half by 2013, with wiggle room to meet the goal.
President Obama pressed other leaders Friday to join him in backing stronger rules against banking abuses but made little headway in his call for more stimulus.
KOBE, Japan (AP) — European and developing countries urged the United States and Japan yesterday to commit to deep cuts in greenhouse-gas emissions by 2020 — a step they say is needed to defuse a coming ecological disaster caused by global warming.
Excerpts of editorials from newspapers around the world:
HEILIGENDAMM, Germany — Anti-globalization demonstrators this week claimed victory after thousands took their message to the gates of the village where world leaders were meeting.
DAKAR, Senegal -- As the Group of Eight meets this week in Germany, one African leader is hoping to use the new flood of oil profits for a novel cause: combating poverty in Africa's non-oil-producing nations.