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The man tapped to be Italy’s nextpremier earned the moniker “Super Mario”in the halls of the European Commission,stopping such corporate giants as JackWelch and Bill Gates in their competitivetracks.Elegantly attired with a formaldemeanor, Mario Monti proved his mettleas a tough negotiator when he blockedthe merger of General Electric andHoneywell and levied a 500 million eurofine against Microsoft for abusing itsdominant position.“He moves with caution and speakswith nuances. But he moves,” said CarloGuarnieri, a political scientist at theUniversity of Bologna.A leading economist, Monti is amongthe most respected men in the countryand the most admired Italians in Europe.
The Kurdish regional governmenthas signed a deal with ExxonMobil toexplore oil fields in northern Iraq, Kurdishofficials said Sunday, putting themin sharp conflict with Iraq’s nationalgovernment.The government in Baghdad wants tocontrol all energy contracts signed inIraq. With the deal, ExxonMobil becomesthe first oil major to do business in theKurdish region in defiance of the centralgovernment’s wishes.The deal was announced Sundayby Kurdish officials at an oil and gasconference in Irbil in comments carriedon Kurdish television. Details of the dealwere published on Friday by the FinancialTimes newspaper.The Kurdistan Regional Government hasclashed with Baghdad over who has theright to sign deals with international oilcompanies to develop Iraq’s resources.
Rival militias clashed on the outskirtsof the Libyan capital for a fourth daySunday in the deadliest and mostsustained violence since the capture andkilling of Moammar Gadhafi last month.The fighting, which has killed at least13 people since late last week, raisednew concerns about the ability of Libya’stransitional government to disarmthousands of fighters and restore orderafter an eight-month civil war.Libya’s interim leader, Mustafa Abdul- Jalil, said his National TransitionalCouncil brought together elders fromthe feuding areas — the coastal city ofZawiya and the nearby tribal lands ofWarshefana — over the weekend and thatthe dispute has been resolved. “I want toassure the Libyan people that everythingis under control,” he said Sunday.However, as he spoke, fightingcontinued.Heavy gunfire andexplosions of rocket-propelled grenadeswere heard over hoursSunday.
A Russian cosmonaut says the three-man U.S.-Russian crew are thinkingpositively as they prepare to blast off ona delayed mission to the InternationalSpace Station.The mission had been delayed fortwo months after the failed launch ofan unmanned Progress cargo ship inAugust. The failure was blamed on amanufacturing flaw and cast doubt onthe future of manned flights becausethe upper stage of the Soyuz boosterrocket that carries the cargo ships intoorbit is similar to that used to launchastronauts.The way was cleared after anotherProgress lifted off successfully on Oct.30.“We have no black thoughts and fullconfidence in our technology,” cosmonautAnton Shkaplerov told journalists at theRussian-leased Baikonur Cosmodromein Kazakhstan, where he, fellow RussianAnatoly Ivanishin and NASA astronautDan Burbank were preparing for thelaunch.
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