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G8

The 8 wealthiest, most influential and most industrially advanced democratic nations: Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, UK, US.
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WASHINGTON - Leaders from the Group of Eight major countries on Saturday voiced ''deep concerns'' about provocative actions by North Korea and said they will ask the U.N.
The Russian representative said that the Group of Eight should send a signal to the parties in Syria that they should work peacefully.
Just hours earlier the Group of Eight leading world powers, also meeting in Trieste, made the same appeal, calling Eoe1/4Eoon both parties to fulfil their obligations under the roadmap, including a freeze on settlement activityEoe1/4A[yen].
The Group of Eight (G8) is one of the most important international forums for dealing with global issues.
The group of eight, from Cork and Dublin, had been "canyoning" along the river Aille near Doolin, Co Clare, when one woman missed her step and fell onto a ledge below.
Owned by a group of eight dancers who range in age from 19-30, NHPA sets a high standard for presenting compelling choreography at competitions.
"We are unanimous in our belief that it is very much in our nation's public interest to do everything possible to strengthen the relationship between the US and China," wrote the group of eight former US trade representatives, who collectively worked for Presidents Nixon, Carter, Reagan, both Bushes and Clinton.
And at the Group of Eight summit in July, Russia proposed the creation of a regional entity in eastern Europe and Central Asia to promote the development of an HIV vaccine.
PETERSBURG - The leaders of the Group of Eight major powers condemned North Korea Sunday over its July 5 missile launches into the Sea of Japan and expressed ''deepening concern'' about escalating violence in Lebanon and Israel, which have killed scores of civilians.
Reports suggest Sean Mulryan, Paddy Kelly, Tom Moran and Pat Power, who were among a group of eight potential backers comprising Quinn's Irish consortium, are believed to have pulled out.
The first group of eight Kenyans arrives in April 2006.
The July summit of the Group of Eight (G-8) leaders fell short of achieving the goal of "making poverty history," according to Kairos, a Canadian ecumenical organization dedicated to social justice, which is calling for the "immediate and unconditional cancellation" of debts owed by all poor countries to international financial institutions.

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