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- WIKINEWS The free news source you can write! 18,237 articles Friday, April 22, 2011, 01:14 (UTC) Copy us • Newsroom • Our Mission • Report Breaking News • Donate Audio Wikinews • Social Networking • Chat • Best of Wikinews Refresh Page Africa Asia Central America North America South America Europe Middle East Oceania Standard & Poor's lowers the U.S. credit outlook to 'negative' Standard & Poor's lowers the U.S. credit outlook to 'negative' U.S.-based credit rating agency Standard & Poor's (S&P), announced Monday its decision to downgrade its outlook for the U.S. long-term debt from "stable" to "negative", saying it is not confident the U.S. Congress and Obama administration will be able to reach an agreement to meaningfully cut the country's fast-growing budget deficit within a two-year framework. [ML] [ ± ] - Image credit - Read more... 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[ ± ] - Image credit - Read more... Afghanistan general Stanley McChrystal cleared of wrongdoing Afghanistan general Stanley McChrystal cleared of wrongdoing A Pentagon inquiry has cleared General Stanley McChrystal of any misconduct after he left his position of commander of the United States forces in Afghanistan after a Rolling Stone article reported his military aides made belittling comments about government officials. [ ± ] - Image credit - Read more... Schoolboy dies in Israel after bus hit by rocket from Gaza Schoolboy dies in Israel after bus hit by rocket from Gaza A sixteen-year-old boy has died in hospital in Be'er Sheva, Israel of wounds he suffered after a bus he was travelling in was hit by a Palestinian missile fired from Gaza. [ ± ] - Image credit - Read more... 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