The church increased savings and expenditures, according to reports. Monitor editor Richard Bergenheim takes on additional role as church president.
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Sir Hugh Orde also warns that threat from dissident Irish terrorists is highest in five years.
Taliban attacks are up, making this the worst season since the insurgency began and spurring greater Western troop deployments.
One year after President Umaru Yar' Adua took power, vowing to bring stability to the oil-rich Niger Delta region, observers say little progress has been made.
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Police, Army begin joint operations in Johannesburg in try to quell the attacks, which have left 42 dead.
The arrest of Francisco Javier Lopez Peña in France on Tuesday signals a wider crackdown against the ETA, which has waged a 40-year campaign of bombings.
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