Thursday, November 10, 2011

Your World News Report - November 10, 2011

Greece Makes Plans To Do Without The Euro

Prime Minister George Papandreou of Greece called for a referendum related to the euro zone bailout to support a contingency plan that will shift the country's economy away from using the euro as the standard form of financial bartering.


UK Prime Minister Forces Unemployed To Volunteer 30 Hours Per Week

After noticing that the unemployed who receive state benefits spend as little as 8 minutes a week job searching the UK now requires those unemployed for more than 2 years to volunteer for 30 hours per week.


Germany and France Plot To Reconstruct Eurozone

Because of weakening interest in the euro, EU officials meet to discuss a possible restructure of the eurozone amidst warnings from the European Commision about the dangers of splitting the eurozone.


Amazon Dam Construction Commences Against The Pleas of The Indigenous

After federal prosecutors filed a motion to suspend construction of the Belo Monte dam in the northern state of Para, a Brazilian court ruled that the commencement of the construction of the world's largest hydroelectronic dam can proceed without consent from the indigenous population that it may uproot.




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