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    President's Radio Address to the Nation - March 24, 2007
    In his weekly radio address President Bush said, "This is an important moment for our Nation, and it is an important moment for the new Congress. My Administration has presented a reasonable way forward on the matter of U.S. Attorneys, and on ensuring that our men and women in uniform have the funds and the flexibility they need to win in Iraq. It is not too late for us to work together. For the good of our Nation, I ask the Democratic leaders in Congress to seize the opportunity before us and move beyond political statements to bipartisan action."

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    Turkey's new President Tayyip Erdogan and outgoing President Abdullah Gul, attend a handover ceremony at the Presidential Palace of Cankaya in AnkaraBy Gulsen Solaker and Tulay Karadeniz ANKARA (Reuters) - Tayyip Erdogan was sworn in as Turkey's president on Thursday, cementing his position as its most powerful leader of recent times, in a step opponents fear heralds more authoritarian rule and widening religious influence in public life. Reading the oath of office in a ceremony in parliament, Erdogan vowed to protect Turkey's independence and integrity, to abide by the constitution and by the principles of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, founder of the modern secular republic. Erdogan, who had been prime minister since 2003, has consistently presented his time in office as a historic mission to transform Turkey domestically and as a regional power. "We're now more worried than ever about one-man, autocratic rule in Turkey," CHP deputy Aykan Erdemir told Reuters.




    Florida primary vote sets stage for big governor's race

    File photos of former Governor Charlie Crist and Governor Rick Scott of FloridaBy Letitia Stein TAMPA Fla. (Reuters) - Florida voters wrapped up a light day of voting on Tuesday in a primary election that will finalize the ballot for one of the nation's most expensive and competitive governor's races. More than 1.2 million people cast ballots early, leaving many polling precincts quiet on election day, with low turnout overall expected for the primaries. Republican Governor Rick Scott faced largely token primary opposition from two little-known challengers. Democrats got their first chance to show their enthusiasm for Charlie Crist, who governed Florida as a Republican from 2007 to 2011 and now wants the job back under a different party label.




    Brazil's Silva winning over investors in presidential race

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    Syria's Assad appoints a new cabinet
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