Rebels in Sudan sign ceasefire

In a power-sharing deal with current President Omar al-Bashir, Sudanese rebels known as the Justice and Equality Movement (Jem) signed a ceasefire agreement. Jem already controls much of Sudan’s capital city of Darfur, BBC News. Sudan has freed 57 rebels as part of the agreement, Reuters.

Ten of thousands are on strike in Greece over budget-cutting measures by the Greek government, Wall St. Journal.

A court in Italy has ruled that a video posted on Google Video violated privacy. Google has met with resistance in European markets, New York Times.

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