September 2010

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September 2010 was the ninth month of that common year. It began on a Wednesday and ended after 30 days on a Thursday.

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  • A Palestinian Authority spokesman says that Iran has no standing to criticize them for relaunching direct talks with Israel while Iran "represses their people," after the Iranian foreign minister says those negotiating with Israel are "betraying their nations." (Jerusalem Post)
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  • Israel begins military preparations in order to intercept a 20-ship flotilla due to set sail towards the Gaza Strip and break the Israeli blockade. A wide range of plans are being considered, including the possibility of stopping the flotilla far out at sea due to its sheer size. (Hurriyet)
  • A car bomb attack on a Pakistan police headquarters in the city of Kohat kills at least 20 people and injures 50. (AFP via Google News)
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  • Jupiter becomes the brightest object in the night sky after the Moon as it makes its closest approach to Earth since 1963. (UPI)
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  • Unilever plc, an Anglo-Dutch consumer products giant, has entered into an agreement to buy Alberto-Culver, a manufacturer of hair and skin care products, for $3.7 billion. (TheStreet)
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