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 Philadelphia Daily News 
Oil Drops on Possible OPEC Output Hike
| The Associated Press | SINGAPORE - Oil prices fell further Tuesday on growing expectations that OPEC ministers will agree to raise crude production during a meeting next week. | The sharp sell-off o... (photo: WN/Theresa Poongan)
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 The Times Of India 
Jennifer wows schoolmates
| Jennifer Aniston attended her New York high school reunion last week. The Friends star joined her old classmates at Manhattan’s Rudolf Steiner School for an evening of reminiscing, 20 years after ... (photo: WN)
Bush, al-Maliki sign long-term partnership deal  The Washington Times 
Bush, al-Maliki sign long-term partnership deal
| Al-Maliki | President Bush signed a deal yesterday setting the foundation for a long-term U.S. troop presence in Iraq, with details to be negotiated over matters that have defined the war debate at ... (photo: White House by Eric Draper )
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Cruise not off to roaring start with 'Lions'  The Washington Times 
Cruise not off to roaring start with 'Lions'
| Meryl Streep as a TV reporter interviews Tom Cruise as a senator in "Lions for Lambs." Their conversation is one of three intertwined scenarios involving the war in Afghanistan. | LOS ANGELES (AP) -... (photo: apphoto)
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 Specialist Patrick Murphy, foreground right, conducts trading in shares of SAIC Inc., during its initial public offering, on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Friday Oct. 13, 2006. Stocks were narrowly mixed early Friday after the government said September retail sales fell by the largest amount in three months and General Electric Co.´s third-quarter profit failed to dazzle investors. (mb1) Canada Dot Com
TRADING DAY: Monday's markets
| VANCOUVER - Canadian stock markets skated closer to a correction Monday as a big selloff in the final hour of trading pushed major U.S. indices to a 10-per-cent drop fr... (photo: AP /Richard Drew)
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Anheuser-Busch test markets new vodka brand
By ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH | (Handout) | A new television ad seems to capture Anheuser-Busch Cos.' traditional attitude toward high-end spirits and their faint aura of el... (photo: WN )
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YouTube takes turn on stage Tampabay.com
YouTube takes turn on stage
But the evolution of interactive debate has a long way to go. | ADVERTISEMENT | Just past the midpoint of the CNN/YouTube debate in July, a squeaky, high-pitched voice bl... (photo: WN)
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 Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, addresses a press conference following his speech on the opening day of the general debate of the sixty-second session of the General Assembly, at UN Headquarters in New York. wnhires (js1) Dawn
Iran rebukes Saudi Arabia over ME conference
| TEHRAN, Nov 26: President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad chided Saudi Arabia for taking part in a US-hosted Middle East peace meeting, after Arab participation in the event left T... (photo: UN/Mark Garten )
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 Nicolas Sarkozy, President of the French Republic, met Jos Manuel Barroso, President of the EC. (EC/Berlaymont )(vio1) Dawn
France signs $30bn deal with China
| BEIJING, Nov 26: French President Nicolas Sarkozy on Monday oversaw the signing of about $30 billion in aviation, nuclear and other deals in what he described as an unp... (photo: European Community)
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 An Amazon.com employee stacks boxes containing copies of J.K. Rowling´s book, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," inside the Amazon.com fulfillment center in Fernley, Nev., Monday, July 16, 2007. The 7th and final Harry Potter installment goes be on-sale July 21, 2007. (dn1) Dawn
Rowling named entertainer of the year
| NEW YORK: Top-selling US magazine Entertainment Weekly named J.K. Rowling its entertainer of the year on Monday, describing the British creator of the phenomenally-succ... (photo: AP/David Calvert)
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 Constuction - Home - Property - Business -India -hires(sk1) International Herald Tribune
Despite credit crisis, Asia's hot property market booms - but China may face growing risks
| : A housing-market meltdown may be wracking the U.S. economy and shaking the financial markets, but in Asia, the question is how to cool things down. | From China and S... (photo: WN / Sayali Santosh Kadam)
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- Suicide Blast in Kabul Kills 2 Civilians
- Talk of the day: Molson coors pulls plug on photo contest
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Bush, al-Maliki sign long-term partnership deal
Bush, al-Maliki sign long-term partnership deal
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Oil Drops on Possible OPEC Output Hike
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- A cruelty the world ignores
- Coast Bank shareholders approve sale
- Drought worsens, forcing emergency water-sharing measures
- Santa Fe, like Venice, debates infill development
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- Two powerful earthquakes strike eastern Indonesia
 Residence of Mogadishu Somalia, load their belongings onto carts pulled by donkeys as they leave
A cruelty the world ignores
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 Forensic investigators of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) walk through the property co-owned by Dave and Robert William Pickton in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, on Wednesday, April 17, 2002. RCMP began a surface search on the property, known to locals as "Piggy´s Palace" as part of the investigation into the missing women from Vancouver´s downtown eastside. cg1
Police forces now more co-operative, Air India inquiry hears.
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- Cruise not off to roaring start with 'Lions'
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Jennifer wows schoolmates
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