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Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Ex-Rep. Caught On Tape

CBS News RAW: Convicted of 11 corruption charges, former Democratic Louisiana Rep. William Jefferson was caught on tape exchanging bribes.

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'Clunkers' Cars Running Out

Many drivers are taking advantage of the car-buying incentive program, 'Cash for Clunkers'. As Carolyn Wyllie reports, another addition to the plan could leave consumers facing empty lots.

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Michael Jackson's Legacy

Michael Jackson movie deal outlined in court papers files this week. (Asia Confidential)

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Cathay Pacific's Discount

Cathay Pacific may cut premium seats as demand shows. (Asia Confidential)

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Evening News Online, 08.05.09

Wednesday: Bill Clinton's mission to N. Korea put him back on the front page, but it wasn't hastily arranged; Plus, As the unemployment rate rises, so does the homeless rate.

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Hope for Homeless

Even though the economy seems to be slowly improving, there are still many unemployed Americans. As the unemployment rate rises, so does the homeless rate. Seth Doane reports one family's struggle.

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Companies Beat Estimates

Analysis and discussion with DMG & Partners Senior Dealing Director Gabriel Yap. He says that October is always a month people can stay in the market. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Aerobics Class Massacre

The Pa. man who turned a simple aerobics class into a massacre was George Sodini, a 48-year-old loner. As Susan Koeppen reports, Sodini had been plotting the attack for months in an online diary.

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Freed Journalists Return Home

Laura Ling & Euna Lee joyously cried upon their return. The White House described President Clinton's trip as a "private humanitarian mission". Bill Whitaker reports. Katie Couric provides analysis.

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Unnecessary Procedures

Studies have shown with those who undergo a common back surgery, vertebroplasty, felt no different. As Dr. Jon LaPook reports, many question if expensive treatments like these really work.

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Copper In Chinese Market

Copper climbs to 10-month high on short supply and economic recovery. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Post Office Lay-Offs?

The U.S. postal service, one of the oldest institutions in America, lost $2.5 billion in the second quarter. To stop the bleeding, the postal service is considering drastic cuts. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Commodities Bull

Analysis and discussion with Sumitomo Corp. General Manager Bob Takai. He says there is a strong relationship between the equity market and energy prices recently and the price strength is not backed by demand. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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$1.6 Billion Dollar IPO

China's Everbright Securities raises $1.6 billion in Shanghai share sale. (The Trade)

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Neptune's Third Consecutive Loss

Southeast Asia's biggest container shipping company posts its third straight quarterly loss. (The Trade)

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Former President Aquino's Legacy

Thousands of Filipinos gather to pay their last respects to former President Aquino. (The Trade)

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News Corp's Net Loss

News Corp's net loss is $203 million compared with a gain of $1.1 billion a year ago. (The Trade)

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Goldman Sachs' Record Trading Days

Goldman Sachs makes more than $100 million in trading revenue on a record 46 trading days in the second quarter. (The Trade)

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Australia's Stock Market

TABCORP's shares tumble despite its profit returns in the second half of the financial year. (The Trade)

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Japanese Automakers Rise

Toyota leads the rise in Japanese automakers and Corolla overtakes Ford as the most popular car in the cash for clunkers' scheme. (The Trade)

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Notebook- Freed Journalists

Katie Couric comments on the safe return of American journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee with former President Bill Clinton.

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Video Trail Mix- Believe It Or Not- Obama/Clinton 2012

In the dark recesses of Trail Mix headquarters, CQ Politics blogger and MSNBC contributor Craig Crawford comes up with an intriguing theory about the return of the Clinton brand and what it means for the next presidential election.

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Spotlight - LSI Logic

Interview with CEO Abhi Talwalkar (Taking Stock)

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Afternoon News Briefs

Ivy League Gets Cut Back; P&G Signs Licensing Deal with NFL Worth Over $10 Million; San Diego Zoo's Star Panda Gives Birth to Fifth Cub; The Hot Waitress Index Indicating A "Robust Market for Hotness" (Bloomberg News)

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Earnings Watch - Cisco Systems

Cisco Reports 4Q EPS - Act. $0.31 vs. Est. $0.29; An In-Depth Look, Featuring Reaction with Daniel Morgan of Synovus Securities (Bloomberg News)

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FHFA Director James Lockhart Stepping Down

Lockhart Will Step Down Later This Month, Thinks Housing Market Has Stabilized (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Grading the White House (Part 2)

Second Part of Exclusive Interview with Columbia University Economics Professor Joseph Siglitz (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - More Malaise? (Part 1)

First Part of Exclusive Interview with Columbia University Economics Professor Joseph Siglitz (Bloomberg News)

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Market Close 8.5

All Three Major Indexes Each Fall Less Than 1% (Bloomberg News)

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Timing Your Bargains

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Kiplinger's Janet Bodnar about the best deals to find at the end of summer.

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Preschoolers' Depression

New research found that children as young as three years old can suffer from major depression. Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses the symptoms.

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Meryl Streep is Julia Child

Actress Meryl Streep spoke with Harry Smith about taking on the role of Julia Child in the upcoming film "Julie & Julia".

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Whisper Chain Proposal

Jake Bronstein used a whisper chain and a group of friends to propose to his girlfriend. The happy couple spoke with Dave Price about the proposal.

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Inside Look - Current Environment on Wall Street

All Things Wall Street - Interview with BlackRock Founder and Current Evercore Partners CEO Ralph Schlosstein (Bloomberg News)

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Market Outlook - We're Way Past the Point of Maximum Pain

Investing in Value - Analysis and Discussion with Kevin Rendino of BlackRock (Bloomberg News)

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Witness at Gym Murders

Richard Walker was playing basketball at the Pittsburgh, Pa. health club where a gunman fired more than 50 shots. Harry Smith talks to Walker about how he helped some of the survivors.

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Fashion Style-Check

Marie Claire's Zanna Rassi showed Maggie Rodriguez some everyday fashion do's and don'ts.

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Gov't onTexting While Driving

Texting while driving makes drivers six times more likely to be in an accident and the U.S. gov't wants to get involved in state law. Harry Smith talks to Ray LaHood, Secretary of Transportation.

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Politics of North Korea Visit

New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about the politics of former President Bill Clinton's visit to North Korea in exchange for the release of two American journalists.

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Tracking Sharks

Science and technology correspondent Daniel Sieberg joined researchers in a shark dive to tag and track the ocean predators.

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Commodities Check - Sugar Rush

Sugar Prices Reach 30-Year Highs (Bloomberg News)

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Deadly Driver Stoned, Drunk

An autopsy released for the driver who killed herself and a handful of children while going the wrong way on a highway reveals she was drunk and stoned, reports Claire Leka.

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Paula Abdul Out of Idol

American Idol judge Paula Abdul announced via Twitter that she will not return to the hit talent show, Priya David reports. Entertainment Weekly's Michael Slezak commented on the news.

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Bair Speaks on Banking Industry

Excerpts of Exclusive Interview with FDIC Chair Sheila Bair (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - ADP Jobs Report

Interview with Chris Varvares of Macroeconomic Advisors (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Behind the Mystique at Goldman

According to William Cohan, Goldman Sachs Benefits from Less Competition; Further In-Depth Interview with Former Goldman Sachs Managing Director Nomi Prins (Bloomberg News)

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Obama on Journalists' Release

President Obama held a press conference regarding former President Bill Clinton's trip to North Korea and the release of the two American Journalists.

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Bill Clinton to the Rescue

Journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee were pardoned by North Korean leader Kim Jong-il after a visit by former president Bill Clinton. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Inside Look - The Budget Debate in D.C.

Analysis and Discussion with Stan Collender of Qorvis Communications (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Paula Abdul Quits "American Idol"

Founding Judge Abdul Credits the Most Watched U.S. TV Show with Making Her a Star, Abdicates "With Sadness in Her Heart" After Not Getting Desired Raise from $2 Million Contract (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Junk Bond Bubble May Be About to Burst

S&P Forecasts 13.9% Default Rate in One Year (Bloomberg News)

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Sector Focus - Airlines

Which Airlines Will Survive? - Interview with Robert Herbst of AirlineFinancials.com (Bloomberg News)

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Economic Expectations - Estate Tax Repeal Would Create Jobs

Interview with Former McCain Economic Adviser Doug Holtz-Eakin (Bloomberg News)

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Update - The Obama Agenda

Recap - Obama Speaks on Stimulus and Healthcare Reform Today (Bloomberg News)

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Staring at the Opposite Sex

The Early Show anchors discuss a new study that reveals that men stare at women twice as much as women stare at men.

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Currency Outlook - Playing the Dollar Carry Trade

Interview with FX Concepts Founder/CEO John Taylor (Bloomberg News)

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The Currency Report - British Pound

Pound Prospects Ahead of Thursday's BOE Decision, Pound May Remain Risky Bet Ahead of Meeting (Bloomberg News)

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Horses Test Positive for Banned Substances

Stable Manager Faces Twelve Month Ban, Says Sheik Did Not Know; Six Month Ban for Dubai Ruler, Has Thirty Days to Appeal (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Procter & Gamble 2Q Earnings Beat Estimates

Interview and discussion with William Chappell of the Suntrust Robinson Humphrey. He talks about Procter & Gamble earnings that beats analyst estimates. (Bloomberg News)

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Planned Pa. Gym Killing

At least 4 are dead outside Pittsburgh, Pa. after a gunman targeted women in a fitness class before shooting himself, reports Susan Koeppen.

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European Market Check

201 companies report earnings in the Stoxx 600 but only 100 beat estimates. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Treasury Announces Funding Needs

Interview and discussion with Tony Crescenzi of the PIMCO. He says he is not sure on how long foreign investors will stick with treasuries. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Housing Market

Interview and discussion with Robert Shiller of the MacroMarkets LLC. He talks about housing market. He says we are still in an 'iffy' situation on the economy. (Bloomberg News)

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Market Open 8.5

Equities sights a sell-off today after the job reports came in worse than expected. (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Orbitz Quarterly Earnings

Interview and discussion with Orbitz C.E.O., Barney Harford. He says they sees unprecedented level of discounting. (Bloomberg News)

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Obama Takes His Message On The Road

President Obama to outline $2.4 billion on grants for electric vehicles. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - High-Yield Bond Spreads Near 18-Month Lows

Interview and discussion with Martin Fridson of the Fridson Investment Advisors. He says junk bond rally can sustain over next 18 months. (Bloomberg News)

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Marine Corps Bans Facebook, Twitter

The U.S. marine corps ban Facebook and Twitter to protect military network. (Bloomberg News)

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1-800 Flowers Launches "Bokay" On FB

1-800 Flowers opens an ad in Facebook. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - SEC May Seek To Ban Flash Trades

Interview and discussion with Liquidnet C.E.O., Seth Merrin. He shares his thoughts regarding the SEC moves to ban the flash trading. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Market Check

Cathay Pacific shares fall 3.64%; Honda Motors makes more car to meet demand, shares slightly fall. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - India's Media Market

Interview and discussion with Samir Patil of the ACK Media. He says India presents huge opportunities in television, retail. (Bloomberg News)

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Energy Trading Hearing Today

Two hedge fund managers expects to advocate restraints at the commodity futures in D.C. (Bloomberg News)

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Health Care Hurdles - Poll

A poll shows voters disapprove of President Obama's approach to health-care reform. (Bloomberg News)

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Paula Adbul Quits American Idol

Paula Adbul leaves American Idol. She sends a thank you message on Twitter. (Bloomberg News)

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Donald Trump Battles Bondholders

Donald trump faces a backlash from bondholders in his attempt to regain control of a casino company he founded. (Bloomberg News)

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Pohlad Family Can Make Millions Off Pepsi Takeover

Minnesota Twins to make $110 million when Pepsico takes over bottler Pepsi America. (Bloomberg News)

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Buick Says Farewell To PGA Tour

Buick sponsors its final drive in the U.S. tour. (Bloomberg News)

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Eurozone Economy Bouncing Back?

Eurozone shrinkage of 2.5% in the first quarter is expected to be lessen in the second quarter. (Bloomberg News)

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HSBC Returns To China, Prepares To Open Market

H.S.B.C. is close to be the first foreign company to sell shares in Shanghai. (Bloomberg News)

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Former GS Programmer In Talks With Prosecutors

Goldman ex-programmer is in talks with U.S. prosecutor on a possible resolution of the case. (Bloomberg News)

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Lloyds Posts 1H Loss Of $5.2B

Lloyds comes with a smaller profit. (Bloomberg News)

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Societe Generale 2Q Income

Societe Generale reports $445 million in net income this second quarter. (Bloomberg News)

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Regulating The Rating Agencies

Jefferies says Moody's regulatory concerns "overstated". (Bloomberg News)

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Sontag To Leave Lynch

Daniel Sontag leaves Merrill Lynch. (Bloomberg News)

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Acer Expands To Televisions, E-Books

Acer starts to make televisions and electronic books within five years. (Bloomberg News)

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Honda Revs Up Global Production

Honda are going to build 90,000 more vehicles to meet demands in emerging markets. (Bloomberg News)

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US Journalists Released

Clinton expects to land in Los Angeles with two journalists later this morning. (Bloomberg News)

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Buffett's Successor?

David Sokol is being considered as the top leading candidate for Buffett's position. (Bloomberg News)

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$2 Billion Dollars For Clunkers To Pass Before Recess

Cash for clunkers two billion dollars set to pass before summer recess. (Bloomberg News)

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Battle For Opel

Magna C.E.O. says it is a positive meeting and that he came away with a positive feeling. (Bloomberg News)

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Arts- Last Word - Budd Schulberg

Novelist and screenwriter Budd Schulberg wrote the script for "On the Waterfront" and created the all-American archetype of ambition, Sammy Glick, in his novel "What Makes Sammy Run?".

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U.s.- Clinton Back on National Stage

Peter Baker of The New York Times discusses the roles that former President Bill Clinton and former Vice President Al Gore played in the release of two American journalists held in North Korea.

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Turning air into water

Marc Parent is breathing new life into the idea of extracting water from air by using wind energy. High up in the Haute-Provence mountains, he has created windmills which produce clean water gathered from the humidity in the air.

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China going for Olympic gold in London

One year on, China's famous sports machine is working as efficiently and ruthlessly as ever to turn out future champions for the next Olympic Games, but some small signs of change to the draconian regime are emerging.

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Amateur wrestlers train for the big league

Triple H, John Cane, Jeff Hardy � the big names of American professional wrestling inspire young wrestlers during bone-shaking workouts in the ring. No-frills wrestling gyms in the amateur circuit are training up tomorrow�s stars.

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New NATO chief vows to strengthen Afghan efforts

On his first visit to Afghanistan, the new NATO chief vowed to strengthen military efforts to counter an insurgency in Afghanistan. But Anders Fogh Rasmussen conceded peace talks with certain groups were an option to end mounting violence. Images and soundbites of Rasmussen's visit.

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Ahmadinejad sworn in as police break up protests

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was sworn in for a second term on Wednesday, vowing more defiance of the West at a ceremony boycotted by his rivals, as riot police broke up opposition protests. The 52-year-old hardliner took the oath of office for another four years at a ceremony in parliament after his landslide election victory in June that triggered the worst turmoil in the Islamic republic's history.

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Combatting rape in the Congo

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will visit the troubled east of the Democratic Republic of Congo on her tour of Africa to push to end soaring violence against women. Since 2005, the International Committee of the Red Cross has run 'listening houses', where victims of sexual violence can come for counselling and also medical care.

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Bill Clinton wins US reporters� freedom from North Korea

Former US president Bill Clinton secured the release of two female US journalists jailed in North Korea after a surprise mercy visit to meet veteran communist leader Kim Jong-Il in Pyongyang. Laura Ling and Euna Lee are said to be in good health and are on their way home. Still photos of Clinton's visit to Pyongyang.

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China�s secret to rebounding from the economic crisis

While most of the world�s markets have slumped or stayed flat, Chinese stocks have risen almost 90 percent since the beginning of the year. So do Chinese investors know something that their counterparts in Tokyo, London and New York don�t?

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