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Monday, June 22, 2009

AsiaXPAT Wbsite Has Half Million Visitors Per Month

AsiaXPAT provides information to Expats and Executives living in Asia. (Asia Confidential)

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Iranian Censorship Weak

If Iran's leaders had their way, few people would have seen last week's massive protests. They've tried everything to censor coverage, but news is still getting out. John Blackstone reports.

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World Bank Cuts 2009 Forecast For Global Growth

Impoverished economies will lag behind rich nations in benefiting from recovery. (Asia Confidential)

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Prescription For Trouble

No news is not good news in a doctor's office. No one wants to hear the bad news, but it could be worse, some doctors are keeping patients in the dark. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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Welfare Rates Growing

Twenty-three of the 30 largest states see welfare caseloads above year-ago levels. Many Americans are unable to find work and find themselves at the welfare office. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Biggest Financial Gas In UK

Natural gas in U.K its currently holds a record amount of fuel for this time of the year. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Spreading Hope With Art

From Alaska to Las Vegas to NYC, artist Bren Bataclan leaves his paintings in unexpected places. Bataclan's hope is to turn the economy around, with his paintings. Michelle Miller reports.

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Finding Value Among Overpriced Chinese Equities

Gradual earnings process and the liquidity remain quite supportive for medium term performance into emerging markets equity that gives strong growth indicators. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Small To Mid-Sized Chinese Stocks

Analysis and discussion with Executive Director of Vision Finance Asset Management Clive Zhang. He talks about the stock selection criteria. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Deadly D.C. Train Collision

Two metro trains have collided near the Fort Totten Station in Washington, D.C. As Nancy Cordes reports, at least one passenger is dead and many others were injured during the crash.

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'Neda', An Internet Icon

Videos of an Iranian woman called 'Neda' being shot soared through cyberspace. The snippet of cell-phone video was posted to YouTube and is gathering a mix of rumor and detail. Richard Roth reports.

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Protest Rallies Halted

About a thousand young people tried to rally in one of Iran's main public squares. However, a huge number of police and paramilitary dispersed them before they could march. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Taking A Hit On Commodities

Baltic Dry Index drops on 'Modest' demand for Iron-Ore Carriers. (The Trade)

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Anglo Rejects Xstrata

Anglo American says Xstrata's merger proposal is unacceptable. (The Trade)

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In Depth Look On Asian Currency

Interview and discussion with Patrick Bennett of Asia Currency Strategist. He tackles about the status of Asian currencies in equity market. (The Trade)

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Apple Sells One Million New Iphone

The exclusive U.S carrier of the Iphone, AT&T, they sold hundreds of thousands of the new model. (The Trade)

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Executives And Directors Take Advantage On Stocks

Amgen CEO and five other executives sold $8.2 million of stocks early this month. (The Trade)

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Asian Currency Trading Picks Up Speed

Asian Dollar index is about to break the fifty day moving average for the first time since the index has traded below fifty day moving average before the whole rally began. (The Trade)

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Australia Keeps Commodity Export Sales

Holding firms on the forecast predicts that the export earnings will be at $126 billion at the end of the fiscal year. (The Trade)

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Video- DC Metro Collision

Video of the crash site of two DC metro trains Monday afternoon.

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Commodities Sell Off Today

Global recession is deeper much worst than it forecast three months ago. (The Trade)

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Preview- Missing Results

CBS News Medical Correspondent, Dr. Jon Lapook speaks about large numbers of patients not receiving abnormal results from doctors. Monday, June 22 at 6:30 p.m. ET/PT.

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Notebook- Smoking

The FDA will have the power to limit the amount of nicotine in cigarettes and can prevent companies from promoting nicotine-flavored candy.

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Update - Net Closes in on Madoff Associates

SEC Charges Madoff-Linked Firm and Adviser with Fraud - Says Cohmad Securities and Stanley Chais Ran Feeder Funds for Madoff (Asia Morning Call)

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Spotlihght - Textainer Group Holdings

Textainer Adds 15% Growth to Fleet - Interview with CEO John Maccarone (Bloomberg News)

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Sector Focus - Shipping

Analysis and Discussion with Urs Dur of Lazar Capital Markets (Taking Stock)

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Burris On Gays In Military

Illinois Senator Roland Burris helped kick off Gay Pride Week by voicing his opposition to discrimination against gays and lesbians in the military. Rosanne Tellez reports.

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Inside Look - Summer Travel

Interview with AAA's Robert Sinclair: "Strike When the Iron is Hot" on Travel Deals, Predicts Travel Will Be Down Again This Year (Bloomberg News)

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Washington Unplugged, 06.22.09

What's next for the White House and the crisis in Iran? CBS Chief White House Correspondent Chip Reid has the latest and John Dickerson spoke with CSIS Senior Advisor Arnaud De Borchgrave.

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Economic Expectations - Why Inflation Isn't the Danger

Interview with Former Fed Vice Chairman Alan Blinder (Bloomberg News)

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Market Close 6.22

S&P Falls 3%; Dow Falls 2.4%; Nasdaq Falls 3.4%; Utilities and Telecom Best Performers of the Day, Materials, Energy, and Financials All Worst Performers; S&P Reports Biggest Loss Since April 20th; JPMorgan to Sell $1.5 Billion of Bonds

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Insider Selling Climbs

Insiders Exit U.S. Stocks at Fastest Pace in Two Years as Market Rallies; Amgen CEO and Five Other Executives Sold $8.2 Million of Stock Since May 12th (Bloomberg News)

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Fruit On The Barbie

Author Robin Miller showed Harry Smith and Lara Spencer how to grill fruit and include them into your recipes.

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New Hope for Prostate Cancer

Harry Smith speaks with Dr. John Lapook about a new experimental drug that offers promising results in the fight against prostate cancer.

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Amanda Knox's Mother Speaks

Edda Mellas, the mother of murder suspect Amanda Knox, talks with The Early Show's Chris Wragge about Knox's trial in Italy. Mellas is confident that evidence supports her daughter's innocence.

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Inside Look - California on Moody's Watch List

Interview with Emily Raimes of Moody's Investors Service (Bloomberg News)

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Dead Toddler Autopsy Released

An Atlanta judge ordered the release of Caylee Anthony's autopsy Friday, citing legal obligation. Anthony's grandparents had pled with the court to keep the document private.

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Obama Signs Tobacco Control Bill

Live! From White House - President Barack Obama Holds News Conference (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Corporate Debt Rally

Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley Junk Nightmares Fade (Bloomberg News)

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Sector Focus - Infrastructure

Analysts Like Infrastructure Ahead of Government News (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Steve Jobs Liver Transplant

Steve Jobs Said to Get Liver Transplant During Apple Medical Leave - Analysis and Discussion with Columbia Law School Professor John Coffee (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - 2009 Initial Quality Study

Interview with J.D. Power & Associates President Finbarr O'Neill (Bloomberg News)

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Fruit On The Barbie

Author Robin Miller showed Harry Smith and Lara Spencer how to grill fruit and include them into your recipes.

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Housing Outlook - Number of Headwinds Yet to Peak

Housing Still Faces Uphill Climb - Analysis and Discussion with Eric Belsky of the Harvard University Joint Center for Housing Studies (Bloomberg News)

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Rating Your Mate

Author Reba Toney spoke with Harry Smith and Lara Spencer about how to avoid incompatible mates and date the right person for you.

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Sector Focus - Automakers

J.D. Power to Announce Best & Worst Car Brands in Quality; Consumers Spurn U.S. Carmakers (Bloomberg News)

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Woman Fights File-Sharing Suit

A court ordered Jammie Thomas-Rasset to pay $1.9 million after she was accused of illegally downloading music files.

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Family Forced To Give Up Pets

Losses due to the recession have forced many families to give up their pets. Debbye Turner Bell reports.

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Inside Look - Georgia Bank Failures

Community Banks Outlook - Interview with Independent Community Bankers of America President/CEO Camden Fine (Bloomberg News)

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Iran Threatens Protesters

Iran security forces threatened that any further protest will be crushed even as opposition leaders call for more demonstrations. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Love Is In The Air

Noah Fulmor and Erin Finnegan became the first couple to get married in zero gravity. They spoke with Lara Spencer about why they did it.

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Obama Announces Agreement with Drug Companies

Live! From the White House: President Barack Obama Holds News Conference (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Bonus Lust Isn't Dead...Yet

Former Dresdner Kleinwort Managers Suing for $18.2 Million in Bonuses and $1.4 Million in Severance (Bloomberg News)

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Google Voice Is Calling

Natali Del Conte spoke with Harry Smith about the new Google Voice service that can make each of your phones ring at once.

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Jon & Kate's Big Announcement

Rumors are swirling as Jon & Kate Plus 8 are set to reveal their big announcement on their TLC show. Terrell Brown reports.

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President And Dad

Harry Smith spoke with President Obama about raising his family in the White House and how his life experiences have shaped his parenting style.

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Inside Look - The Healthcare Debate

Interview with Frank Pallone (D) of New Jersey (Bloomberg News)

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The Currency Report - U.S. Dollar

Dollar Forecasts in Disarray (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Fed's Exit Strategy

Interview with PIMCO's Paul McCulley (Bloomberg News)

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The 'Angel' Of Iran

A 16-year-old Iranian girl's apparent death during protests was captured on tape and sent shockwaves through the internet. Richard Roth reports.

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'Craigslist Killer' Indicted

Lara Spencer spoke with Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley about the suspected 'craigslist killer,' Philip Markoff's case.

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Obama- Can't Be Foil For Iran

Harry Smith spoke exclusively with President Obama about the violence and protests in Iran and the possible missile threat from North Korea.

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In-Depth Look - Overhauling Health Care

Interview and discussion with Gail Wilensky of the Project HOPE. She says health care reform will cost approximately $1.5 trillion. (Bloomberg News)

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Facebook Ads Triple

Facebook users triple this year. (Bloomberg News)

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Fed Policy Meeting This Week

Ben Bernanke says they need to keep interest rates low to help provide growth.

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Andy Answers His Mail

Andy Rooney takes a look at his mailbag. He claims he gets some good and some bad letters from time to time.

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In-Depth Look - Horizon Opportunities

Interview and discussion with the C.E.O. of the Navalier & Associates, Louis Navellier. He says that the real problem in this market is leadership. (Bloomberg News)

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Market Open 6.22

Cris Valerio is live in the New York Stock Exchange were stocks are set to kick off lower. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - TIPS Top Normal Treasuries

Interview and discussion with Kenneth Volpert of the Vanguard Group. He shares his idea about T.I.P.S. and its value in the economy. (Bloomberg News)

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Bernanke Walks A Tightrope

Ben Bernanke finds himself walking in a tightrope as inflation keeps on sinking. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Global Economic Outlook

Interview and discussion with Carl Weinberg of the High Frequency Economics. He shares his economic outlook regarding the World Bank's prediction about a deeper global recession. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - The Cost Of Health Care Reform

Interview and discussion with Jean Mitchell of the Georgetown University. She talks about President Obama's plan to create a health care reform. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Advantage TiVo

Interview and discussion with Todd Mitchell of the Kaulman Bros. He talks about TiVo shares after a federal judge orders a dish network. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Market Perspective On Health Care Reform

Interview and discussion with Les Funtleyder of the Miller Tabak & Co. He talks about the health care reform effects to the market. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - US Derivatives Overhaul

Interview and discussion with Satyajit Das, author of "Traders,Guns & Money". He talks about the health care reform effects to the derivatives economy. (Bloomberg News)

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Overhauling Health Care

Expect a rough road in overhauling health care reform even though the President's party holds the majority. (Bloomberg News)

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Fear Fading From Market

Investors no longer demand a heavy premium on the bonds the Wall Street firms sell. (Bloomberg News)

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Jack Welch Gets In The Education Biz

Jack Welch pays $2 million for a 12% stake in Chancellor University. (Bloomberg News)

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AIG's Partners Took Billions

Two of A.I.G. trading partners extract billions before the collapse. (Bloomberg News)

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Microsoft Advertising Deal With Hyatt

Microsoft takes aim at the mobile phone advertising business signing a deal with Hyatt to put hotel adds on Verizon wireless phones. (Bloomberg News)

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British Airways On Bust?

Richard Branson says the U.K. government should let British Airways go bust. (Bloomberg News)

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Economic Minister In Paris

Economic ministers gather in Paris, creating global economic stability is topic number one. (Bloomberg News)

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Drugmakers Offer $80B To Help Seniors Pay Medicine

The pharmaceutical industry has made a new commitment to the government to rein in drug costs. (Bloomberg News)

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Wimbledon Begins Today

Wimbledon begins this morning and rain won't stop the play. (Bloomberg News)

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US Open Wraps Up Today

Rickey Barnes and Lucas Glover are tie for the lead at the U.S. open. (Bloomberg News)

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Housing Eludes Recovery

Home ownership is beyond the reach of many would-be buyers according to a Harvard record. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Stronger Yen, Weaker Euro

Interview and discussion with Tom Keene, Bloomberg Editor at large. He talk and compare Dollars to Yen and Euro. (Bloomberg News)

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Dollar Forecasts In Disarray

Forecasts on the direction of the Dollar is in disarray. One strategist says even the best paid professionals out there don't know what is going on. (Bloomberg News)

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Asain Market Check

U.S. stock futures shrugging off gains in Asian stocks. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Market Check

U.S. stock futures shrugging off gains in Asian stocks. (Bloomberg News)

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Probing China's Web Porn Filter

U.S. calls out China's plan to restrict internet access. (Bloomberg News)

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Probing China;s Web Porn Filter

U.S. calls out China's plan to restrict internet access.. (Bloomberg News)

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Milk Prices May Double

Necessities such as milk and butter could have their price doubled. (Bloomber news)

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PIMCO, Vanguard Buy Tips

Investors from PIMPCO are taunting T.I.P.S despite the fact inflation has been easing. (Bloomberg NEws)

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Fed Meets To Decide Interest Rate Strategy

Central Bank policy makers meet to discuss interest-rate strategy. (Bloomberg News)

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Apple's Job Gets Liver Transplant

Apple' C.E.O undergo to a liver transplant. In connection to that, Tim Cook now stands as a temporary C.E.O. of the company. (Bloomberg News)

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The Major Players In Health Care

On the house side three democratic committee chairmen have the keys to the deal. (Bloomberg News)

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3 Million Vote Discrepancy - Iran

Iranian officials admit there are discrepancies by at least three million votes in the election. (Bloomberg News)

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Xstrate Seeks Merger With Anglo American

Xstrata is looking to merge with Anglo American in a bid to take on B.H.B. Billiton. (Bloomberg News)

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Majority Oppose New Law Regulating Tobacco

Fifty-two percent of Americans disapprove of the new law that gives the federal government power to regulate the manufacturing and marketing of cigarettes and other tobacco products, while 46% approve.

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Movies / Critics' Picks- Critics' Picks- 'Princess Mononoke'

A. O. Scott looks at Hayao Miyazaki's animated film, "Princess Mononoke," which deals with anxieties around global warming and environmental catastrophes.

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Science- Performance and Safety in Ice Skating

The Ice Skating and Development Center at the University of Delaware is focused on improving the jumps and spins of elite skaters as well as minimizing their risk of injury.

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Staying home from school to learn

Home schooling is a growing force in the United States, where families opt out of the public education system in favour of parent-supervised study. The country's growing evangelical Christian communities are largely behind the growth, seeking to teach their children Biblical creationism instead of the scientific theory of evolution. But home schooling by politically progressive families is also on the rise.

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Son of Shah supports protestors

Reza Pahlavi, the son of the late shah of Iran who was ousted in the 1979 revolution, took a firm stance in support of protestors disputing recent election results that reelected Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

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France calls for release of Iranian NGO worker

French minister for human rights Rama Yade called on Iranian authorities to release imprisoned NGO worker Sylva Hartounian. Rama Yade also expressed her alarm at the situation in Iran, saying "the repression is becoming more and more brutal."

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Bolivian natives celebrate New Year, winter solstice

Several thousand people in Bolivia celebrated at dawn on Sunday the winter solstice at the pre-Inca Tiwanaku citadel, a time of year which also marks the Aymara Indian New Year.

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Iran police crack down on fresh protests

Iranian riot police armed with clubs and riding motorbikes have fired tear gas on about 1,000 opposition demonstrators who braved an official ban to continue post-election protests in the capital.

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Whale watching in Norway

To protect the whales that travel through the Arctic Circle, animal rights groups believe that they need to be better known. They've organized low-key, environmentally sensitive travel to allow tourists to discover the endangered animals in their natural habitat, off islands in the north of Norway. Refile of a previously offered AFPTV report.

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Swine flu cases force closure of Paris school

A primary school in the French capital has been closed after seven schoolchildren were diagnosed with swine flu. The infections are being traced back to a 10-year-old girl's school trip to Britain earlier in June. Health officials said the closure, due to last until Thursday, was a preventive measure against an H1N1 epidemic.

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Burkina aims for world heritage recognition

Burkina Faso dreams of having the stone ruins of Loropeni added to UNESCO's World Heritage list -- a distinction that would recognise the cultural value of the site and provide funding to help preserve it.

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England women win World Twenty20 title

New Zealand captain Aimee Watkins said England were "leaps and bounds" ahead in women's cricket after the hosts won their second straight major final to lift the World Twenty20 trophy at Lord's on Sunday.

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Politics- President Obama's Five-Day Promise

Candidate Barack Obama promised to post bills online for five days after they pass Congress and give the public a chance to comment on them. He hasn't. Why has the pledge been so hard to keep

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Global jewel market still not rid of 'blood diamonds'

The annual Kimberley Process talks, which aim to bring an end to the trade in conflict diamonds around the world, open in Namibia on Tuesday. While experts argue there is more transparency than ever in the industry, there are still concerns that the Kimberley Process does not go far enough.

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Giant baguette, feast for French villagers

All this month, villages across the Loire valley are celebrating the 2009 Festival Excentrique. Two American artists have taken a French food institution and given it a new international flavour. The baguette is getting a new and zany taste.

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Radical settlers forge on with West Bank outposts

Despite strong US pressure to halt all settlement activity, Israel has approved the construction of 50 homes in the occupied West Bank. The Israeli government does raze renegade outposts in the West Bank now and again, but like the residents of Maoz Ester, the settlers vow to rebuild.

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