Main news of November 4


* G20 leaders on Friday wrapped up a two-day summit with a renewed focus on how to boost the global economy, top Kremlin economic advisor Arkady Dvorkovich said

* Israeli navy boarded two aid ships that were trying to break the naval blockade of Gaza, the press service of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) said

* The Syrian Interior Ministry announced an amnesty for persons who surrender their weapons by next Saturday, state television reported

* Greece has officially rejected a referendum on the European Union rescue package, the Greek Finance Ministry said

* The unique Mars 500 experiment simulating a manned flight to the Red Planet has been successfully completed, a RIA Novosti correspondent said


* More than 32,000 people took part in Moscow’s public celebrations of National Unity Day, which included events ranging from neo-Nazi marches to antifascist rallies in different parts of the city


* Russian boxer Denis Lebedev clinched the WBA’s interim cruiserweight title with a unanimous points win over former three division world champion James “Lights Out” Toney in Moscow.

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