Top News Headlines of 14 January 2010

Major Events and Top News Headlines of 14 January 2010:

  • In China’s first official response to Google’s threat to leave the country, the government Thursday said foreign Internet companies are welcome but must obey the law and gave no hint of a possible compromise over Web censorship.
  • The Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) does not bar people with religious belief from joining, but they should not let their faith intrude into the affairs of the state, party chief Prakash Karat said Thursday.
  • The spat between Google and China is unlikely to have any impact on Washington’s ties with Beijing, the Obama Administration has said.
  • The Indian Ambassador to Cuba is heading to Dominican Republic to assess firsthand the situation in Haiti which was rocked by a massive earthquake.
  • It seemed clear that the death toll from Tuesday afternoon’s magnitude-7.0 quake in Haiti would run into the thousands. Among them was the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Port-au-Prince, and France’s Foreign Minister said the head of the U.N. peacekeeping mission also was apparently among the dead.
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Top News Headlines of 14 January 2010
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