Dec 5, 2011

The Nation's Top Stories - December 5, 2011



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December 5, 2011

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UN Women Limps Toward Its First Anniversary
BARBARA CROSSETTE | The newest agency in the United Nations system, widely hailed as the best hope for global action on women's rights, fell short of money and power in its first year.
Remembering Martina Correia
LILIANA SEGURA | Even after her brother, Troy Davis, was executed, Martina never stopped fighting the death penalty. Yesterday, she lost her fight against breast cancer.
Unemployment Dips, but That Hardly Makes Up for a Lost Year
MIKE KONCZAL | Unemployment dropped to 8.6 percent, while the economy added 120,000 new jobs. Is this good enough news?
The Maldives Need Action at Durban Conference on Climate Change
LAURA FLANDERS | The lowest country on the planet needs action at the UN world conference on climate change in Durban. But "Occupy COP17" is expecting much from governments.
Netanyahu to Israeli Jews: Don't Marry Americans
DANA GOLDSTEIN | New Israeli ads portray American Jews as ignorant lost souls.

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