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Good time -- but I knew all with the recession and all that.
May not seem like a Smart move but the owners of London's newest and biggest one of all time are pretty happy.
They're talking they're but we are so they are taking the long view on this one it's the top stories we go around the world.
United Kingdom London's biggest mall opening for business lousy economy or not.
The Westfield London mall has about 300 -- fifty restaurants and more.
The developers estimate 21 million people shop there each year the -- cost.
Two and a half billion dollars some of that going for new rail stations and bus connection.
India thirteen bombs exploding in the markets crowded with -- time shoppers.
The explosions in the northeast city of the hot -- killing at least 61 people.
Police report more than 300 others hurt.
Investigators say the bombs were planted in cars and Rick's show us the region has a history of Islamic militants separatism and ethnic violence.
Spain a car bomb blowing -- at a university in Pamplona.
The buildings set on fire by the blast and seventeen people -- The mayor of Pamplona says because it was raining fewer people than usual were in the area where the bomb exploded.
No claim of responsibility.
Government spokesmen are blaming bust separatists.
And New Zealand the Prime Minister Helen Clark campaign to get a shopping center in Christ church when she tripped on a chair leg and fell to the ground.
She was helped to -- right away and immediately -- shaking hands with voters.
And that's -- -- On this -- trip around the world.
In -- seconds well it seems that.
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