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Will the TPP feed consumers to the wolves of Wall Street?

Two new trade deals threaten financial protections for consumers, writes ANU College of Law associate professor Dr Matthew Rimmer. The wolves are still at the door of Wall Street.

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Tributes to a tribune of the left: Tony Benn | @guardianletters

Your main coverage of the death of Tony Benn ( Obituary , 15 March; Michael White , 15 March) was ungenerous, and did little justice to the man who was one of the most loved political figures in Britain today. Millions were inspired by his principles, his commitment and his unswerving support for many campaigns

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Ukraine considers amnesty for protesters

Amnesty for arrested protesters to be voted on but the condition is that demonstrators must leave the streets Ukraine's parliament is considering measures to grant amnesty to those arrested during weeks of protests, but possibly with conditions attached that would be unacceptable to the opposition. Two amnesty proposals are up for a parliamentary vote on Wednesday, one of which says amnesty …

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Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Norway, England closer

The seven FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifying groups are starting to take shape after a full set of qualifiers over the last week, with Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Norway and England all moving a step closer to the finals in Canada while the duels between Sweden and Scotland, and France and Finland, intensified. UEFA.com rounds up the action; the seven group winners qualify and the four runners-up with the best records against the sides finishing first, third, fourth and fifth in their groups go into the play-offs next autumn for the one remaining UEFA berth in the expanded 24-team finals.

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Malaysia drop from 141 to 142 in latest FIFA rankings

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April 10, 2014

12 She Ping, a 34-year-old beekeeper, is seen during an attempt to cover his body with bees, in Chongqing municipality, China.

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April 10, 2014

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Why Greece matters to the Occupy movement – Occupy Oakland …

Summary: A small but informative OccupySF rally on February 15 was held in solidarity with the sovereignty of the people of Greece highlighting the importance of their economic situation to the Occupy community, the United States, and the world as a whole.

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European Review: Bayerns unbeaten run ended, Roma keep pressure on Juve

Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich suffered their first league defeat in 18 months at Augsburg, ending their record 53-game unbeaten run. In Italy, Roma kept up the pressure on Serie A leaders Juventus with another impressive win – this time putting Catania to the sword

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Soccer-European roundup-Liverpool, Atletico continue surprise title bids

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Football – European roundup-Liverpool, Atletico continue surprise title bids

Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich suffered their first league defeat in 18 months at Augsburg, ending their record 53-game unbeaten run, while Roma kept up the pressure on Serie A leaders Juventus and Paris St Germain stayed 13 points clear in France. ENGLAND Liverpool returned to top of the Premier League on Sunday after beating West Ham United 2-1 in a physical battle decided by two Steven Gerrard penalties, after rivals Chelsea and Manchester City both won easily on Saturday. Liverpool took the lead from the spot before a battling West Ham netted a controversial equaliser when former Reds striker Andy Carroll appeared to foul visiting keeper Simon Mignolet, allowing Guy Demel to prod home

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