Dutch pension system, Chinese economy meeting, military children reflect.
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Elections in the Netherlands on Wednesday showed significant growth in support for a far-right politician, who has taken a strong stance on immigration, and a pro-business party that backs cutting government spending, reflecting voters' concerns over the European economic downturn.
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Ray Suarez and a NewsHour reporting team traveled to the Netherlands in September to explore the country's innovative universal health care system, which has gained attention as a potential model for U.S. health care reform.
Britain agreed to host former Liberian President Charles Taylor in one of its prisons if he is convicted of war crimes, a government official said Thursday, paving the way for the U.N.-backed court in Sierra Leone to transfer Taylor to…
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