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  2. Portal:Current events/February 2010 - Wikipedia

    Portal:Current events. This is an archived version of Wikipedia's Current events Portal from February 2010. US President Barack Obama will propose a $ 3.8 trillion budget for fiscal 2011 that foresees the deficit hitting a record $ 1.6 trillion in the current fiscal year but falling to about $700 billion by 2013.

  3. Portal:Current events/June 2010 - Wikipedia

    Portal:Current events. This is an archived version of Wikipedia's Current events Portal from June 2010. At least 5 people are killed in an attack on the Lahore hospital in Pakistan where many of the injured in Friday's attack on members of the Ahmadis sect, as well as one of the captured militants, are undergoing treatment.

  4. Wikipedia:Featured article candidates/Archived nominations ...

    To summarize: most of the images in the article seem to be decorations, and are not directly relevant to the article's topic, so they should be removed. Eubulides 05:25, 30 May 2009 (UTC) The Additional images section should be removed. The image is useless in its reduced size.

  5. Wikipedia:In the news/Candidates/June 2010 - Wikipedia

    [permanent dead link] (Hindustan Times) Hurricane Alex becomes the first hurricane of the 2010 Atlantic hurricane season with warnings posted from Baffin Bay, Texas south to Mexico. (Canadian Press via Amherst Daily News) 21 suspected cases of swine flu A (H1N1), with one death, have been reported in Thanjavur in India.

  6. Wikipedia:In the news/Candidates/October 2010 - Wikipedia

    (Bangkok Post) [permanent dead link] China cancels a meeting with Japan and South Korea amid a dispute over the use of rare earth metals. (Mainichi Daily News) (Straits Times) Law and Crime. Verizon will pay a $25 million settlement to the U.S. Treasury for overcharging 15 million cellphone customers. Politics and elections

  7. Wikipedia:In the news/Candidates/July 2010 - Wikipedia

    (Daily Nation) Former President of Cuba Fidel Castro visits a mausoleum in Artemisa, his first reported appearance outside Havana since leaving office in 2006. Sport. Alberto Contador wins the 2010 Tour de France, his third, as seven-times winner Lance Armstrong makes his final appearance.

  8. Wikipedia:In the news/Candidates/February 2010 - Wikipedia

    The American media almost consider it news! From the Wall Street Journal : " [What makes its performance hard to fathom, however, is that Norway has only 4.7 million people to choose from. It's as if the American team finished third in Vancouver after limiting the athlete pool to people living in metropolitan Detroit.

  9. Wikipedia:In the news/Candidates/August 2010 - Wikipedia

    More than 100 Russian far-right skinheads attack a music festival in central Russia, injuring at least 10 people and leaving one 14-year-old girl dead. (RIA Novosti) 3,200 police officers have been fired so far this year by Mexico's federal police force due to extracurricular activities. (AP via France24)