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1. 11-03 Greek PM backs off plans for referendum Greece
C. 11-04 FARC leader Alfonso Cano killed Cauca, Colombia
D. 11-07 Doctor guilty over Michael Jackson death Los Angeles
E. 11-09 Turkish earthquake topples hotel Van, Turkey
5. 11-10 Papademos named as new prime minister Greece
11-12 Berlusconi resigns as Italian PM Rome
7. 11-13 Monti nominated to replace Berlusconi Rome
I. 11-17 Syrian defectors strike pro-regime office Idlib, Northern Syria
9. 11-17 Mass arrests at Occupy protests Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan

Summary.     Click for More > Monti nominated to replace Berlusconi Syrian defectors strike pro-regime office   Mass arrests at Occupy protests   Several thousand demonstrators have marched across Brooklyn Bridge on a day of protest that has seen solidarity rallies across the US Clashes intensify in Cairo's Tahrir Square   Fighting between police and protesters injured 168 people. A prominent grass-roots group for citizens to resist the military-led government Yemen leader signs deal to quit   Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh has signed a deal, brokered by Yemen's Gulf Arab neighbours, under which he will step down Unrest continues in central Cairo Egypt military 'appoints new PM'   Nato admits Pakistan troop deaths   Nato spokesman: It is 'highly likely' that Nato aircraft were behind a deadly overnight raid on a Pakistani border checkpoint Arab League imposed sanctions on Syria Iranian students storm UK embassy   Iranian students are breaking down the door, throwing around papers and replacing the British flag with an Iranian one   Breivik declared insane   Psychiatrists assessing Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik have concluded that he is suffering from paranoid schizophrenia
Greek PM backs off plans for referendum FARC leader Alfonso Cano killed   Doctor guilty over Michael Jackson death   Michael Jackson's personal physician, Dr Conrad Murray, has been found guilty of the involuntary manslaughter of the star by a jury Turkish earthquake topples hotel   At least four people died and 50 more were buried under rubble from an earthquake in eastern Turkey. 16 people were rescued from under rubbl... Papademos named as new prime minister   Berlusconi resigns as Italian PM
Nov.1  Greece  Greek vote casts shadow on debt deal
Nov.2  London  Assange loses fight against extradition
 France  Bailout loan withheld from Greece
 New York  'Merchant of Death' found guilty
 San Francisco Bay Area  Oakland protesters shut down port
Nov.3  Greece  Calls for Greek leader to resign
  Greece
 Syria  Tanks 'open fire' in Syrian city of Homs
Nov.4  Greece  Greece's PM wins confidence vote
  Colombia
 China  Dozens rescued from Chinese mine
Nov.5  Northern Nigeria  Nigeria Islamist raid 'kills 63'
 Rawalpindi  7 indicted for Bhutto assassination
Nov.6  Thailand  Death toll in Thailand floods passes 500
 Greece  Greeks agree coalition government
Nov.7  Rome  Berlusconi teeters as debt costs mount
  Los Angeles
Nov.8  Rome  Berlusconi to resign as prime minister
Nov.9   Turkey
 Pennsylvania  Penn State coach Joe Paterno fired
 Turkey  Search for Turkey quake survivors
Nov.10   Greece
 Venezuela  Baseball star abducted in Venezuela
Nov.11  Rome  Italy senate passes austerity law
 Greece  Greece swears in unity coalition
 Mexico  Mexican interior minister killed in crash
 Venezuela  Venezuela: Baseball catcher 'found alive'
Nov.12  Egypt  Arab League sanctions for Syria
  Rome
  Silvio Berlusconi has resigned as prime minister of Italy, after dominating the country's politics for 17 years.    President Giorgio Napolitano is likely to a...
Nov.13  Rio de Janeiro  Police target drug gangs in biggest slum
 Syria  Regime backers rally after suspension
  Rome
Nov.14  Northern Japan  Japan radiation 'unsafe for farming'
 Manhattan  Occupy Wall Street protest camp cleared
Nov.15  Colombia  Colombia Farc rebels name leader
Nov.16  Australia  US to send marines to Australia
 Morocco  Turkish-Arab call for 'urgent' action
 Australia  Obama stakes US claim to Pacific
Nov.17   Northern Syria
  Manhattan
Nov.18  Austria  UN 'concern' at Iran nuclear plan
Nov.19   Cairo
 Libya  Gadhafi's son Saif al-Islam captured
Nov.20  Cairo  Protesters flee security in Tahrir Square
 Spain  Spain conservatives win election
 Libya  Gadhafi intelligence chief captured
 Cambodia  Trial of Khmer Rouge trio begins
Nov.21  Cairo  Casualties mount from protests in Egypt
 Washington  Iran hit by fresh West sanctions
Nov.22  Pakistan  Pakistan's U.S. ambassador quits
 Cairo  Egyptian elections will be held on time
Nov.23   Saudi Arabia
  Cairo
Nov.24  Portugal  Portugal flights grounded by general strike
  Egypt
 Iran  Iran arrests 12 for 'CIA spying'
Nov.25  USA  Black Friday retail bonanza in strong start
Nov.26   Pakistan
Nov.27   Egypt
 Egypt  Polls open for Egypt's historic vote
Nov.28  Egypt  Polls close after first day of Egypt vote
 UN  'Gross violations' of human rights in Syria
Nov.29   Tehran
  Norway
 USA  American Airlines files for bankruptcy
 London  UK warns Iran over embassy attack
Nov.30  London  UK to expel all Iranian diplomats
 Global  World banks announce joint action plan
 Myanmar  Burma hails 'new chapter' with US


World in November 2011 , Location by Topic
Location Politics Crime & Justice Business Disasters War & Army
European Union
Greek vote casts shadow on debt deal
Assange loses fight against extradition
Bailout loan withheld from Greece
Greek PM backs off plans for referendum
Calls for Greek leader to resign
Greece's PM wins confidence vote
Greeks agree coalition government
Berlusconi to resign as prime minister
Papademos named as new prime minister
Italy senate passes austerity law
Berlusconi resigns as Italian PM
Monti nominated to replace Berlusconi
UN 'concern' at Iran nuclear plan
Spain conservatives win election
UK to expel all Iranian diplomats
Assange loses fight against extradition
Greek vote casts shadow on debt deal
Bailout loan withheld from Greece
Berlusconi teeters as debt costs mount
Portugal flights grounded by general strike
Seven confirmed dead in UK crash
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Arab Countries
Tanks 'open fire' in Syrian city of Homs
Arab League sanctions for Syria
Regime backers rally after suspension
Clashes intensify in Cairo's Tahrir Square
Casualties mount from protests in Egypt
Yemen leader signs deal to quit
Unrest continues in central Cairo
Egypt military 'appoints new PM'
Arab League imposed sanctions on Syria
Polls close after first day of Egypt vote
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Tanks 'open fire' in Syrian city of Homs
Syrian defectors strike pro-regime office
Gadhafi's son Saif al-Islam captured
Greece
Greek vote casts shadow on debt deal
Greek cabinet endorses referendum
Greek PM backs off plans for referendum
Calls for Greek leader to resign
Greece's PM wins confidence vote
Greeks agree coalition government
Papademos named as new prime minister
Greece swears in unity coalition
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Greek vote casts shadow on debt deal
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North Africa
Arab League sanctions for Syria
Turkish-Arab call for 'urgent' action
Clashes intensify in Cairo's Tahrir Square
Casualties mount from protests in Egypt
Unrest continues in central Cairo
Egypt military 'appoints new PM'
Arab League imposed sanctions on Syria
Polls close after first day of Egypt vote
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Gadhafi's son Saif al-Islam captured
Egypt
Arab League sanctions for Syria
Clashes intensify in Cairo's Tahrir Square
Casualties mount from protests in Egypt
Unrest continues in central Cairo
Egypt military 'appoints new PM'
Arab League imposed sanctions on Syria
Polls close after first day of Egypt vote
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USA
Oakland protesters shut down port
Occupy Wall Street protest camp cleared
Mass arrests at Occupy protests
Iran hit by fresh West sanctions
'Merchant of Death' found guilty
Doctor guilty over Michael Jackson death
Oakland protesters shut down port
US unemployment rate drops to 9%
Black Friday retail bonanza in strong start
American Airlines files for bankruptcy
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'Merchant of Death' found guilty
Italy
Italy senate passes austerity law
Berlusconi resigns as Italian PM
Monti nominated to replace Berlusconi
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Berlusconi teeters as debt costs mount
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Cairo
Clashes intensify in Cairo's Tahrir Square
Protesters flee security in Tahrir Square
Casualties mount from protests in Egypt
Unrest continues in central Cairo
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South America
Colombia Farc rebels name leader
Baseball star abducted in Venezuela
Venezuela: Baseball catcher 'found alive'
Police target drug gangs in biggest slum
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FARC leader Alfonso Cano killed
Colombia Farc rebels name leader

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Greek vote casts shadow on debt deal   Assange loses fight against extradition  WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange lost a court battle to stay in the UK and will be extradited to Sweden to face questioning over sex charges   Bailout loan withheld from Greece  The next 8bn euros of rescue loans will be withheld from Greece until after its referendum on the eurozone rescue plan, European leaders say 'Merchant of Death' found guilty Oakland protesters shut down port   Thousands of anti-corporate protesters shut down one of the busiest ports. The maritime operations had effectively halted Calls for Greek leader to resign Greek PM backs off plans for referendum


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Nov.1   Greece
 Northern Japan  Fukushima cleanup may take decades
 Jerusalem  Israel to rush settler expansion
 Greece  Greek cabinet endorses referendum


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Nov.2   London  
 Greece  Pressure on Greece ahead of G20
  France  
  New York
  San Francisco Bay Area  


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Nov.3   Greece
 Greece  Greek leader calls emergency meeting
  Greece  
  George Papandreou said that a controversial proposal to hold a referendum on an international bailout for his country would not be necessary
  Syria     Tanks 'open fire' in Syrian city of Homs   Tanks mounted with machine-guns have opened fire in the Syrian city of Homs. Syrian troops killed at least 20 civilians  Greece  Greek PM faces new call to resign

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Nov.4  Washington  US unemployment rate drops to 9%  Greece  PM faces knife-edge confidence vote   Greece   Greece's PM wins confidence vote   Greece's PM George Papandreou has won a crucial confidence vote after promising to hold power-sharing talks   Colombia     FARC leader Alfonso Cano killed
Map of Cauca Colombia
  The leader of Colombia's left-wing guerrilla group has been killed in an army operation in mountains in the south-west of the country
  China   Dozens rescued from Chinese mine   Rescuers in China save the remaining 45 miners who were trapped underground for 36 hours after a cave-in

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Nov.5   Northern Nigeria   Nigeria Islamist raid 'kills 63'   A series of bomb and gun attacks in the north-eastern Nigerian town of Damaturu has killed at least 63 people   Rawalpindi 7 indicted for Bhutto assassination
 England  Seven confirmed dead in UK crash

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Nov.6   Thailand Death toll in Thailand floods passes 500
 Greece  Papandreou-Samaras talks   Greece Greeks agree coalition government  Guatemala  Perez Molina wins Guatemalan election

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Nov.7   Rome Berlusconi teeters as debt costs mount
 Moscow  Russia warns Israel against Iran attack  Nicaragua  Daniel Ortega heads for presidential win  Nepal  Hundreds rescued from Mt. Everest   Los Angeles     Doctor guilty over Michael Jackson death
  Michael Jackson's personal physician, Dr Conrad Murray, has been found guilty of the involuntary manslaughter of the star by a jury
 A panel of 7 men and 5 women took two days of deliberation to reach a verdict. Murray, 58, could now receive a maximum prison term of 4 years. Michael Jackson died from an overdose of the powerful anaesthetic propofol.
 Mexico  Prostitutes found in Mexico jail  Philadelphia  Boxing heavyweight Frazier dies  Rome  Berlusconi faces key vote

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Nov.8   Rome Berlusconi to resign as prime minister
 Greece  Greek coalition 'to be announced'

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Nov.9  Italy  Italian debt enters danger zone   Turkey   Turkish earthquake topples hotel
Map of Van Turkey
  At least four people died and 50 more were buried under rubble from an earthquake in eastern Turkey. 16 people were rescued from under rubble
  Pennsylvania   Penn State coach Joe Paterno fired   Joe Paterno would retire as football coach at the end of the season, his program of 'Success With Honor' disgraced by a child sex abuse scan...   Turkey Search for Turkey quake survivors  U. S. Midwest  Republican rivals spar on economy

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Nov.10   Greece   Papademos named as new prime minister
  Lucas Papademos, a former banker and European Central Bank vice president, has been named interim prime minister of Greece.    Papademos was one of several leaders meeting with President Pap...
  Venezuela   Baseball star abducted in Venezuela   Wilson Ramos has been kidnapped from his family home in the city of Valencia in Venezuela  London  Murdoch like 'Mafia boss,' says lawmaker  Washington  'Kill team' leader guilty of Afghan murders

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Nov.11   Rome   Italy senate passes austerity law  The senate has adopted a package of austerity measures designed to avoid a bailout of the eurozone's third largest economy   Greece Greece swears in unity coalition
  Mexico   Mexican interior minister killed in crash   Calderon pledged that the investigation into crash that killed Blake Mora and all 7 others aboard would be transparent and timely  New York  Shares up on Italy austerity vote   Venezuela Venezuela: Baseball catcher 'found alive'  Istanbul  Turkish forces end ferry hijack

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Nov.12   Egypt     Arab League sanctions for Syria  The league has voted to suspend Syria from meetings and impose sanctions against Damascus over its failure to end a crackdown on protesters   Rome     Berlusconi resigns as Italian PM
  Silvio Berlusconi has resigned as prime minister of Italy, after dominating the country's politics for 17 years
 President Giorgio Napolitano is likely to appoint technocrat Mario Monti his successor
 Rio de Janeiro  Brazilian police move on Rio slum

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Nov.13   Rio de Janeiro   Police target drug gangs in biggest slum   Brazil's police say they have completed an operation to clear Rio de Janeiro's biggest slum, Rocinha, of drug gangs   Syria Regime backers rally after suspension  Rome  President holds talks to find new leader   Rome     Monti nominated to replace Berlusconi
  Economist Mario Monti was nominated Sunday to replace Silvio Berlusconi as Italy's prime minister.    President Giorgio Napolitano said Monti, a former European Union commissi...
 Kabul  Taliban claims to leak security details  Rome  Monti seeks to form Italy cabinet

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Nov.14   Northern Japan Japan radiation 'unsafe for farming'  Syria  No let-up in unrest across Syria   Manhattan Occupy Wall Street protest camp cleared

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Nov.15  Yemen  Saleh vows to step down as president   Colombia     Colombia Farc rebels name leader  Colombia's largest rebel group, the Farc, says it has chosen Rodrigo Londono - better known by his alias Timochenko - as its new leader  Turkey  Turkey threatens to cut Syria's power  Manhattan  Protesters return after New York eviction

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Nov.16   Australia US to send marines to Australia
  Morocco Turkish-Arab call for 'urgent' action  Northern England  Football player accused of racist slur  Kabul  Karzai aims to set limits on U.S. troops   Australia     Obama stakes US claim to Pacific   US President Barack Obama has said that the Asia-Pacific region will play a key role in defining the world's future

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Nov.17   Northern Syria     Syrian defectors strike pro-regime office
Map of Idlib Syria
  Army defectors, armed with rocket-propelled grenades, attacked a pro-government youth group office and clashed with security personnel
 Rome  New premier presents plan to lawmakers   Manhattan     Mass arrests at Occupy protests
Map of Brooklyn Bridge USA
  Several thousand demonstrators have marched across Brooklyn Bridge on a day of protest that has seen solidarity rallies across the US.


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Nov.18  Myanmar  Clinton to make landmark Burma visit  Cairo  Massive demonstration in Tahrir Square   Austria     UN 'concern' at Iran nuclear plan   IAEA has passed a resolution expressing "deep and increasing concern" about Iran's nuclear program  Syria  Syria nears deadline for end to crackdown

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Nov.19   Cairo     Clashes intensify in Cairo's Tahrir Square
Map of Cairo
  Fighting between police and protesters injured 168 people. A prominent grass-roots group for citizens to resist the military-led government
  Libya Gadhafi's son Saif al-Islam captured  Syria  Baath Party in Damascus 'hit by rockets'

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Nov.20   Cairo Protesters flee security in Tahrir Square
 Syria  Al-Assad: Syria 'will not bow down'   Spain   Spain conservatives win election   Centre-right Popular Party (PP) has won a resounding victory in a parliamentary election dominated by the country's deep debt crisis   Libya Gadhafi intelligence chief captured  Manhattan  Bomb plot suspect arrested in NYC  Cairo  Death toll rises in Cairo clashes   Cambodia Trial of Khmer Rouge trio begins  Cairo  Egyptian protests enter third day

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Nov.21   Cairo   Casualties mount from protests in Egypt   Chaos reigned Monday in Cairo's Tahrir Square as demonstrators battled security forces, marking three days of bloody violence in the capital   Washington Iran hit by fresh West sanctions
 U.S. Congress  No deal for US 'super-committee'  Egypt  Cabinet submits resignation

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Nov.22   Pakistan Pakistan's U.S. ambassador quits
  Cairo Egyptian elections will be held on time  Cairo  Egypt protest rejects army offer

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Nov.23   Saudi Arabia   Yemen leader signs deal to quit
  Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh has signed a deal, brokered by Yemen's Gulf Arab neighbours, under which he will step down
 Moscow  Medvedev angers at US missile shield   Cairo   Unrest continues in central Cairo
Map of Cairo
  Protesters step up their demand for Egypt's military rulers to resign. Street battles with riot police have been heaviest around the interior ministry


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Nov.24   Portugal Portugal flights grounded by general strike
 Cairo  3 American students freed in Egypt  London  JK Rowling lambasts tabloid intrusion   Egypt   Egypt military 'appoints new PM'
  Egypt's military rulers have appointed ex-prime minister Kamal Ganzouri to form a new government
  Iran     Iran arrests 12 for 'CIA spying'  Iran has arrested 12 spies of the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the official IRNA news agency reports

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Nov.25   USA Black Friday retail bonanza in strong start
 Cairo  Ganzouri regains PM job amid rival protests  Cairo  Egypt's new PM appeals to nation  Tribal Areas  Nato 'hits Pakistan checkpoint'

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Nov.26   Pakistan     Nato admits Pakistan troop deaths
  Nato spokesman: It is 'highly likely' that Nato aircraft were behind a deadly overnight raid on a Pakistani border checkpoint
 Pakistan says at least 24 soldiers were killed. Prime Minister Gilani called it 'outrageous'. Pakistan is blocking Nato supply convoys, and ordering a review of co-operation and demanded the US vacate the remote Shamsi airbase
 Morocco  Islamist PJD party wins Morocco poll  Pakistan  Nato raid prompts Pakistan review

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Nov.27   Egypt   Arab League imposed sanctions on Syria
  Foreign ministers from 19 Arab League countries voted Sunday to slap economic sanctions against the Syrian regime.    The league adopts unprecedented sanctions on Syria, including an asse...
  Egypt Polls open for Egypt's historic vote  Southern Philippines  Deadly blast at Philippines hotel

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Nov.28  European Union  New warning of European recession   Egypt   Polls close after first day of Egypt vote   Egyptian election officials sealed ballot boxes with candle wax Monday after the first day of the country's parliamentary elections   UN   'Gross violations' of human rights in Syria  The U.N. independent commission: Syrian security forces have committed 'gross violations of human rights' since anti-government protests  Wisconsin  Stalin's only daughter dies in US  Kenya  Court: government must arrest al-Bashir

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Nov.29   Tehran   Iranian students storm UK embassy
Map of Tehran Iran
  Iranian students are breaking down the door, throwing around papers and replacing the British flag with an Iranian one
 Protesters in Tehran enter the UK embassy compound during an anti-British demonstration
  Norway     Breivik declared insane
  Psychiatrists assessing Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik have concluded that he is suffering from paranoid schizophrenia
 Psychiatrists believe he was in a psychotic state both during and after the attacks on 22 July that led to the deaths of 77 people. Breivik will still be tried in April but likely he will be placed in psychiatric care rather than prison
  USA American Airlines files for bankruptcy
 Egypt  Egyptians head to polls for second day   London UK warns Iran over embassy attack  United Kingdom  Up to two million set for UK strike

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Nov.30   London   UK to expel all Iranian diplomats   The UK is to expel all Iranian diplomats following the storming of its embassy, Foreign Secretary William Hague has announced   Global   World banks announce joint action plan  Some of the world's biggest central banks have announced a program of co-ordinated action designed to support the global financial system  Cairo  Cairo calm as voters await results   Myanmar Burma hails 'new chapter' with US
 Japan  Asian shares jump in global rally