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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

How to Cut Your Own Bangs

Julie Dickson, owner of Fox & Boy salon in NYC, teaches you to cut your own bangs -- and we promise it's easy and recession-friendly! As an added bonus, Dickson shows us an easy-as-pie up-do, perfect for when you get out of the shower or ocean.

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The Art Of Yoga

Analysis and discussion with Yoga Instructor Ashiya Sumiyoshi. She says that when we do the physical yoga, our body becomes strong and our brain becomes comfortable. (Asia Confidential)

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Indonesia's Future Economy

Boediono says Indonesia to unveil more investment initiatives. (Asia Confidential)

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Stimulus Starts At Home

A small Australian town makes its own currency to ensure any money that comes into it, stays into it. (Asia Confidential)

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The Rise of Platinum Prices

Platinum prices may rise 16% as car sales recover. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Japan's Car Sales Drop

Nissan's Ghosn plans to slash 20,000 jobs this year as car sales drop. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Teens In The Driver's Seat

An estimated 5,000 teens die in the U.S. each year while driving due to inexperience and distraction. Don Teague reports on a Texas program that is credited with lowering the state's fatality rate.

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Legal Aid Provider Under Fire

New information about Legal Services Corporation, a non-profit that provides legal aid for the poor, exposes sloppy practices and questionable expenses. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Dividend Plays

Analysis and discussion with CEO of Pacific Shipping Trust Alvin Cheng. He says they try to be transparent in their unit holders to give them the idea if necessary but only for a good reason. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Japan Retail Sales

Japan's retail sales falls for a 10th straight month in June and job losses and wage cuts force households to save money. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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The Witch of Wooky Hole

Hundreds came out to audition for the role of witch in a popular, tourist attraction based in England. Elizabeth Palmer reports on what she calls "the job interview from hell."

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Danger of Tanning Beds

The ultraviolet light used in tanning salons are now considered as carcinogenic as tobacco and asbestos, according to an international panel of cancer experts. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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Primary Care Doctors Wanted

The president and Congress plan to make recruiting primary care doctors a key part of the new health program. Wyatt Andrews reports that the shortage of GPs could top 40,000 by 2025.

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What Killed Michael Jackson?

Police and federal agents raided the Las Vegas home of Dr. Conrad Murray, the doctor who reportedly injected Michael Jackson with a powerful drug the day he died. Ben Tracy reports.

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Debate On Wall Street Bonuses

Wall Street firms that received bailout funds must retain their top talent without inciting public outrage. In some cases, it's a fine balance, reports Kelly Wallace.

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China State Construction

State construction's Initial Public Offering is the fifth since China ended a nine-month moratorium since June. (The Trade)

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U.S. Housing Market Down

Technical analysis says homebuilder rally signals housing bottom. (The Trade)

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Japan's Commodity Stocks Drop

Consumer products will lead the stage of recovery where business equipment will be slower to recover. (The Trade)

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Boy Allergic To Food

A young Australian boy who's allergic to everything except water remains a mystery to his doctors. His condition so rare, there's no name for it, let alone a cure. CBS News' Karina Mitchell reports.

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Notebook- Dangers of Texting

Katie Couric comments on a new study which found that texting while driving increases the risk of a crash much more than previous studies have concluded.

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U.S. Pullback Plan Working

U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates told Iraqi forces the U.S. pullback plan is working. But a deadly Baghdad bank robbery was a reminder of the country's instability. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Unplugged- Sotomayor Gets Vote

The Judiciary Committee has approved Sonia Sotomayor's Supreme Court nomination to be sent to the full Senate. Wyatt Andrews spoke with Constitutional Accountability Center President Doug Kendall.

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Clinton and Geithner on U.S.-China Relations

Live! - Secretary of State Hilary Clinton and Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner Speak (Taking Stock)

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New Taser Can Fire Three Times in a Row

Gun Delivers About Six Watts of Power (Bloomberg News)

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Sports News

Michael Vick Favored to Join Patriots or Steelers; Lance Armstrong Tells Contador to "Drop This Drivel"; Michael Phelps Beaten at World Championships (Bloomberg News)

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Media News

Murray to Be Blamed for Jackson's Death; U2 Tour May See Scheduling Setbacks; Sumner Redstone May Get to Keep Theaters (Bloomberg News)

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Red Asphalt

Google Voice hits a setback on the iPhone, Verizon confirms it will sell the Palm Pre next year, and texting while driving is more dangerous than you think.

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Early Backstage- Softball

Adam "The Audience Guy" cheers on "The Early Show" softball team as they go up against "The Today Show".

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Market Close 7.28

S&P and Dow Each Drop Less Than 1%, Nasdaq Rises Less Than 1%; Energy One Of the Worst Performers, Healthcare One of the Best Performers; VIX Index Rises for Second Session (Bloomberg News)

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More Perspective - U.S.-China Relations

Interview with Sen. Sherrod Brown (D) of Ohio (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Auction Results 7.28

A Record Treasury Auction - Two-Year Treasuries Decline After Auction (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Coach 2Q Profit Falls

Analysis and Discussion with Christine Chen of Needham & Co. (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - High Frequency Trading

Interview with Adam Sussman of Tabb Group (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - New Jersey Community Bank

Shrinking Loans and the Lending Market - Interview with New Jersey Community Bank CEO Frank Sorrentino (Bloomberg News)

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Divorce Health Risks

Psychologist Jeff Gardere spoke to Julie Chen about the damaging mental stress that may result from divorce.

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America's Creative Pizzas

Bon Appetit magazine's Andrew Knowlton demonstrated America's most creative pizza recipes.

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Inside Look - Recession's Impact on Higher Education

Exclusive Interview with Columbia University President Lee Bollinger (Bloomberg News)

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Huffington's Hot Topics

Harry Smith spoke with The Huffington Post's Arianna Huffington about the current state of politics and the economy.

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Tall Boots are Back

Style expert Katrina Szish spoke with Julie Chen about the upcoming thigh-high boots trend for Fall.

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In-Depth Look - Can AOL Reinvent Itself?

AOL Readies Itself for Rebirth as It Returns to Start-Up Roots (Bloomberg News)

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Anti-Aging Breakthroughs

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Allure magazine's Kristin Perrotta about breakthrough anti-aging treatments.

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Inside Look - CFTC on Energy Markets

Live! From Washington D.C. - Exclusive Interview with CFTC Commissioner Gary Gensler (Bloomberg News)

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Princeton Review 2009

The popular catalog of best rated colleges, party schools and "dry campuses" is out with its latest edition. Julie Chen gets the details from Princeton Review author Robert Franek.

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In-Depth Look - High-Speed Trading Unfair?

Speed Trading Raises Questions of Fairness - High Frequency Trading Accounts for $8% of Daily NYSE Volume as Traders Buy and Sell Shares in Milliseconds (Bloomberg News)

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Experiment in Buying Black

Thousands in the Chicago area have pledged to "keep money in the black community." Harry Smith talks to the founders of The Empowerment Project and commentator Larry Elder about "buying black."

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Inside Look - U.S./China Strategic & Economic Dialogue

Analysis and Discussion with Chad Bown of Brandeis International Business School (Bloomberg News)

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Food Dye for Spinal Injuries?

A study shows blue food dye can reduce harm to the spinal cord after injury. Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains the research to Harry Smith.

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Currency Outlook - Dollar at a Crossroads

Analysis and Discussion with Geoffrey Yu of UBS (Bloomberg News)

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Travelers' Bill of Rights

The Senate takes up new legislation to protect travelers during delayed flights after a previous attempt to create a passengers' bill of rights, reports Nancy Cordes.

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Sector Focus - Homebuilders

Will Homebuilder Rally Continue? - Analysis and Discussion with Michael Widner of Stifel Nicolaus & Co. (Bloomberg News)

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Market Outlook - Recovery Tied to Stabilization and Relief

Analysis and Discussion with Craig Hodges of Hodges Capital Management (Bloomberg News)

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Jackson Probe Focus On Doctor

Police are investigating a doctor's use of anesthesia as "an alarm clock" on Michael Jackson, reports Hattie Kauffman. Maggie Rodriguez talks to Jackson confidant Marc Schaffel about the King of Pop.

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Gates Caller Asked About Race

The 911 dispatcher asked the caller about the race of the men saw entering the Gates home, adding to race controversy, reports Bianca Solorzano. Rev. Jesse Jackson explains more to Harry Smith.

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Inside Look - Does Missile Defense Work?

Interview with Lt. Gen. Patrick O'Reilly of the U.S. Missile Defense Agency (Bloomberg News)

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The Currency Report - U.S. and China's Exchange Rate Saga

According to UBS, China to Keep Buying Treasuries, China Must Emphasize U.S. Dollar Safe (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Executive Pay Reform

Will Compensation Change? - Interview with Lucian Bebchuk, Director of Corporate Governance at Harvard Law School (Bloomberg News)

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Home-Grown Terrorists Busted

The FBI broke up a home-grown terrorist group in N.C. who planned to carry out terrorist attacks overseas. Bob Orr reports.

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Inside Look - AT&T Mobile Business Gets Wire For Profit

Interview and discussion with the President and C.E.O. of AT&T Mobility & Consumer Markets, Ralph de la Vega. He talks about their new netbook products. (Bloomberg News)

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Sprint To Acquire Virgin Mobile USA

Sprint acquires Virgin Mobile for $420 million. (Bloomberg News)

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Emirates Airlines Goes Low Budget

Emirates airlines decides to go into the budget airline business. (Bloomberg News)

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Virgin Group Expands Space

Virgin group expands to space with $280 million investment from Abar Investments. (Bloomberg News)

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US To Ease Sanctions On Syria, WSJ Reports

U.S. works to ease sanctions against Syria. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Zuckerman On The Economy

Interview and discussion with the Chairman of U.S. News & World Report, Mort Zuckerman. He talks about commercial real estate economy. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Executive Pay Crackdown?

Interview and discussion with the Financial Services Committee Chairman, Rep. Barney Frank. He say executive pay will probably come down in bad times if bill passes. (Bloomberg News)

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Market Open 7.28

Suzanne O'Halloran is live from the New York Stock Exchange. Stocks are set to kick off lower. (Bloomberg News)

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FedEx Workers Win Class-Action Status

A judge grants FedEx drivers to sue their company in several state. (Bloomberg News)

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Vatican Takes On Gordon Gekko

Vatican slams Gordon Gekko saying greed is not good. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Viacom Quarterly Earnings

Interview and discussion with Porter Bibb of the Mediatech Capital Partners. He says Viacom's outlook change 180 degrees.

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Louis Vuitton Earnings

Louis Vuitton report earnings that beat analyst estimates. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Clamping Down On Flash Trading

Interview and discussion with David Rowelli of the Canaccord Adams. He gives his opinion about the potential clampdown in the market. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - US-China Economic Talks

Interview and discussion with Donald Straszheim of the Straszheim Global Advisors. He says U.S.-China relations at worst since Obama inauguration. (Bloomberg News)

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Is Redstone's Media Empire In Jeopardy?

Pearlstine give his thoughts regarding Restone in jeopardy. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - US Holds Dialogue With China

Interview and discussion with the C.E.O. of Stratfor, George Friedman. He says China-U.S. talks are not about accomplishing anything. (Bloomberg News)

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Steelers Or Patriots To Sign Vick?

Vick gets a conditional reinstatement after serving a 23 month prison sentence on dogfighting charges. (Bloomberg News)

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Armstrong, Contador Still At Odds

Contador takes shots at Armstrong. (Bloomberg News)

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Trade Complaint To Block Memory Chip Import

Apple and Blackberry wants to stop Samsung to import chips. (Bloomberg News)

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AIG Keeps Profits, Taxpayers Wait

A.I.G. keeps dollars from assets sales instead of paying its government credit line. (Bloomberg News)

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Setback In House

Hoyer says the house won't vote before the house breaks for recess Friday. (Bloomberg News)

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High Frequency Trading Under The Microscope

Traders argue high-frequency trading increases competition which is good for the market. (Bloomberg News)

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Deutsche Bank 2Q Net

Deutsche Bank second quarter net profit beats analyst estimates. (Bloomberg News)

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Say On Pay Legislation

A bill design to limit executive compensation is under consideration in Capitol Hill. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Market Check

Analysis boost estimates since beginning of April for Asian companies outside Japan. (Bloomberg News)

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Citi Plans To End "MyFi" Platform

Citigroup plans to end its MyFi platform. (Bloomberg News)

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BofA To Close 10% of 6,100 Branches

Bank of America plans to close branches around the world. (Bloomberg News)

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Profit Down, Oil Production Up - BP

B.P.'s profit is down but oil production is up. (Bloomberg News)

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Profit Down, Oil Production Up - BP

B.P.'s profit is done but oil production is up. (Bloomberg News)

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CFTC Considers Clampdown On Energy

C.F.T.C. holds public hearing on possible regulatory changes for energy traders. (Bloomberg News)

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Shiller Housing Index

Shiller Housing index shows home prices declines. (Bloomberg News)

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Viacom Quarterly Profit Report

Redstone takes bid for National Amusement . (Bloomberg News)

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European Market Check

Aviation and banking companies report earnings that beat analyst estimates. (Bloomberg News)

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UBS Ignores Offer

Grano says U.B.S. ignores the suggestion of selling is wealth management division. (Bloomberg News)

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Ackermann's Deutsche Bank Profits Rise 68%

Deutsche Bank reports second quarter of profit that beats analyst estimates. (Bloomberg News)

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Bank Of China Keeps Credit Flowing

Bank of China aims to continue lending expansion. (Bloomberg News)

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Geithner Tell China US Will Shrink Deficit

Obama administration assures China that it will cut its budget deficit. (Bloomberg News)

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Dollar Under Pressure

The dollar index weakens its lowest level of the year. (Bloomberg News)

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Americas- Venezuela's Faded Cacao Crop

Venezuelan cacao beans have been coveted by high-end chocolate makers around the world since the 17th Century. But cacao farmers today struggle against a daunting bureaucracy and emboldened squatters.

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The Uninsured queue for free health care

Traveling medical clinics have never been so popular in the United States. With at least 45 million Americans uninsured -- more than 15 percent of the population -- the free health services can draw a crowd, forcing some people to camp out overnight for a chance to get help.

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Expats stop church decline with French Church of England

With Catholic churches in France struggling to fill the pews, the Bordaux area seems to have found an unlikely saviour -- in the form of a sizeable English expat community. A "special relationship" means that 12 churches are allowing Anglican priests to hold services in Catholic churches. Despite some local consternation at seeing women priests, these congregations say they're helping inter-faith dialogue -- and proving there's some corner of a foreign field that is forever Church of England.

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Tears in British town as Afghanistan dead come home

The bodies of four British soldiers killed in Afghanistan were returned Tuesday to England. Grieving crowds lined the streets in the small town of Wootton Bassett as the hearses were driven by.

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Holbrooke briefing EU on US 'AfPak' strategy

The US envoy to Pakistan and Afghanistan urged EU nations Tuesday to boost aid to people who have fled fighting near the border, warning the crisis could undermine the fight against insurgents. US Ambassador Richard Holbrooke met with officials at NATO headquarters and the European Union on Tuesday. Images of Holbrooke meeting EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana.

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Mediterranean mosaics underfoot and overhead

France's Brittany region isn't all about beaches, buttery crepes and Breizh language. Written into its architecture is a legacy of Italian-style mosaics, the heritage of an immigrant family of a century ago.

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Cleaning up Dubai

Residents of the Emirates are among the world's most polluting populations, graced with the dubious distinction of the biggest per capita carbon footprint. Authorities in the Gulf state of Dubai are working to reverse that trend, but their ambitious environmental programmes are still on the drawing board for now.

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Zimbabwe's tobacco industry goes up in smoke

Zimbabwe's tobacco selling season has not been a good one. With the smallest crop in two decades, it's unlikely to fill the state's desperately empty coffers.

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Paris police head to river for summer

During the summer months in Paris, the river police squad is busier than usual. The beach-like "Paris Plages" installation along the banks of the Seine means there more tourists and locals near the water -- and more need for police action.

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Chinese People's Army holds open house

China's 2.3 million-strong People's Liberation Army (PLA) is on a public relations blitz in a bid to present greater transparency for the world's biggest standing army. Journalists were given a rare tour of a military base outside Beijing Tuesday to see some PLA soldiers in training.

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