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Monday, September 7, 2009

Professional Selling Professor

Analysis and discussion with the Creator and Author of SPIN Selling Neil Rackham. He says people value more what they conclude than what they are told and people value more what they ask for than what is offered. (Asia Confidential)

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Hong Kong IPOs Pick Up

Over 40 companies announce their plans to sell their shares and these come from consumer goods and the companies that manufacture construction materials. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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China Eastern Airlines Wins Support

China Eastern Airlines approves US $1 billion stock sale. (The Trade)

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Gold Hits $1,000 An Ounce

Gold hits $1,000 an ounce for the first time in six months and for the fourth time in history. (The Trade)

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Australian Dollar Gains

Aussie may test 1-year high of 90 cents and the third best performer out of the major currencies. (The Trade)

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Australia's Business Confidence Jumps

Business confidence in Australia jumps to its highest level in almost six years which signals the economy recovers. (The Trade)

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Airbus A380 Still Hits The Sky

Singapore Air fills 80% of A380 seats. (The Trade)

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Russia Surpasses Saudi Arabia

Russia surpasses Saudi Arabia as the world's largest oil exporter since the collapse of the Soviet Union. (The Trade)

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Australian Gold Production Output

Australian gold output rises 4% last quarter as miners expand operations. (The Trade)

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Japanese Exports Plunge

Exports plunge nearly 38% in July while imports slide more than 41%. (The Trade)

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Gold Leads Australian Stocks

Gold miners lead the charts in Australia after it rises to $1,000 mark. (The Trade)

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China To Invest More

Schive Chi of Taiwan Stock Exchange Chairman says China will invest more. (The Trade)

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Evening News Online, 09.07.09

Monday: After many setbacks with the healthcare debate, President Obama turned to his union supporters; Also, The men involved in a foiled plot to blow up U.S.-bound airliners were convicted today.

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Photographer records the transformation of Paris 150 years ago

Baron Georges-Eugene Haussmann's radical urban renovation changed the face of Paris 150 years ago, and photographer Charles Marville was there to capture it on camera. Now an exhibition of these rare photos provides a virtual visit to the capital in the throes of transformation. Duration: 01:45

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Declining Bat Population

The U.S. bat population is declining at a frightening rate due to a fungus called white nose syndrome. As Daniel Sieberg reports, researchers are struggling to solve this devastating mystery.

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Skate-Park Stimulus?

The city of Pawtucket, Rhode Island is facing its biggest financial crisis in decades. As Sharyl Attkisson reports, a new skate park being built is stirring controversy with residents.

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Faulty Election Ballots

Violence was a concern heading into the Afghan election, but now it has switched to vote rigging. As Mandy Clark reports, there are accusations that supporters cheated the election by different means.

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Foiled Terror Plot

The men involved in a foiled plot to blow up U.S.-bound airliners in 2006 were convicted today. The plot left a slew of new restrictions in its wake, including the rule restricting liquids. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Fraud looms over Afghan vote as Western support wavers

The shadow of fraud is lengthening over Afghanistan's election, following the announcement that hundreds of thousands of votes were rejected, and chilling popular sentiment in the West for its vast operations in the war-ravaged country. With Afghans increasingly disillusioned with Western military activity in their country, the stakes are higher than ever. Duration: 01:59

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Disputes Over School Speech

Controversy has surrounded the back-to-school speech that President Obama plans to deliver this week. As Don Teague reports, education, children, and politics is still a volatile mix.

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Sudan 'trouser woman' spared whipping but jailed

Sudanese journalist Lubna Ahmed al-Hussein was sent to jail on Monday after refusing to pay a 200-dollar fine imposed because she wore trousers, according to one of her lawyers. Under Sudanese law, she could have been sentenced to a maximum of 40 lashes for "indecency" under Islamic principles after being arrested with 12 other women wearing trousers in a Khartoum restaurant in July. Hussein has vowed to appeal against any conviction. Duration: 00:34

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Obama's Speech Warmup

After many setbacks with the healthcare debate, President Obama turned to his union supporters. As Bill Plante reports, Obama will soon try to convince a more skeptical group in Congress.

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Critics' Picks- 'All About My Mother'

A. O. Scott reviews Pedro Almodovar's 1999 Academy Award-winning film.

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A Conversation with Oliver Stone

Reporter Timothy Arango talks with Oliver Stone about his upcoming sequel to "Wall Street" which begins production this week in New York.

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Famine Fears in Northern Kenya

New York Times reporter Jeffrey Gettleman visits the Turkana region of Northern Kenya where an extended drought threatens crops, livestock and the people that count on them for survival.

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Obama steadfast on healthcare

Speaking in Ohio, U.S President Barack Obama told union members he still believes in the "Public Option" as part of healthcare reform

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World Ploughing champs get dirty

Austrian and Belgian farmers crowned at World Ploughing Championships in Slovenia.

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Japan aims for deeper carbon cuts

Japan's Prime Minister-elect says he wants to cut the country's carbon emissions by 25 percent by 2020.

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'Final Destination' holds No.1 spot

The latest celebrity news including a repeat performance at the box office for "The Final Destination," Michael Jackson's glove sells at auction and Michael Moore is making noise in Venice

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Moore on Berlusconi

Michael Moore calls Italian prime minister Silvio Berlsuconi a crazy conservative leader during Venice press conference

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Survivors recover after ferry sinks

Survivors from among the hundreds rescued from a sinking ferry off the Philippines have been speaking of their escape.

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Samoa switches road driving side

Samoa becomes the first nation in nearly 40 years to switch the side of the road that traffic drives on, but there's public outcry about the change.

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Troops help return Xinjiang calm

South Korea is accusing the North of recklessly releasing dam water into a river flowing into the South causing a flood which swept away six people on a camping trip.

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09-07- Toledo Labor Day Parade

The Toledo Labor Day Parade takes place in downtown Toledo.

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Makeup That Lasts

The KPTVB12 local news story "Resistive heating", originally aired on September 07, 2009 at 01:07PM. The story was classified under the "Weather" category, and is related to the following topics: makeup, all day, resistive heating, water resistant, into the night, wear.

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Punished For Wearing Pants

The verdict is in for a Sudan woman, who faced 40 lashes with a whip for wearing trousers in public. The judge let the woman off with a fine, but she's refusing to pay it. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Unplugged- The Thorn In Obama's Side

President Obama aims to sell health care reform to a joint session of Congress this week, but he faces a bigger challenge as the conservative media ups the ante on their opposition. Bob Orr spoke with Politico's Andy Barr and media strategist Nick Ragone.

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Fake trees seen as climate answer

A new report by the UK's Institution of Mechanical Engineers proposes a series of technical fixes, including absorbent artificial trees, to buy time and reduce carbon.

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Children live rough on Tanzania streets

According to the United Nations, there are some 100 million children across the world living on the street. AFPTV spent a day with the street children of Tanzania's second-largest city, Mwanza. Duration: 01:57

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Hispanics help Catholicism hold ground in US

Religious affiliation is declining in the US, but Catholics remain the largest religious group nationwide, thanks in large part to a growing Hispanic population of fervent believers. Duration: 01:57

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Ecuadorians sue Chevron for $27 billion

In early September, Chevron released videos allegedly revealing a $3 million bribery scheme implicating the judge presiding over an environmental lawsuit currently pending against Chevron. The plaintiffs are thirty thousand indigenous Ecuadorians who are suing Chevron for dumping oil and oil waste in the Amzon rainforest in the most expensive environmental lawsuit in history. Duration 2:16

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Western Saharans, refugees in desert exile

Some 160,000 Western Saharans have been living in refugee camps in southern Algeria since 1975 when Morocco annexed their homeland. Conditions are dire for the victims of one of the world's forgotten conflicts. Duration: 02:21

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Polish weavers keep "Jacquard" tradition alive

The "Jacquard" loom revolutionised textile production when it was introduced in the early 19th century. High-quality fabrics are still produced in Poland using the machines. But industrial scale production is threatening to consign them to history. Duration: 02:05

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Streep and Ephron cook up movie hit

Actress Meryl Streep and director Nora Ephron were in the French beach resort of Deauville on Saturday to present their blockbuster film ?ulie & Julia? a look back at culinary icon Julia Child. The film is being shown at the Deauville Film Festival dedicated to US cinema. Press conference including Streep, Ephron, Stanley Tucci and Chris Messina. Duration 2:13

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Ecuador judge asks to be excused in Chevron case

The Ecuadoran judge handling a billion-dollar pollution lawsuit against US oil giant Chevron said Friday he would recuse himself from the case following allegations that he was involved in a bribery scheme. The decision, Judge Juan Nunez told local radio, was made "to ensure transparency, independence of the judiciary and in the prosecution of this case." In hidden-camera videos posted on its website this week, Chevron said it had revealed "a three-million-dollar bribery scheme implicating the judge presiding over the environmental lawsuit." Duration 00:57

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Afghan candidate denounces "state-engineered fraud"

Afghan presidential candidate Dr Abdullah Abdullah has criticised the election process, as authorities cancelled the scheduled release on Saturday of the latest tranche of results. The next batch of results from the controversial election, which have been overshadowed by allegations of fraud, would be released on either Sunday or Monday, a spokeswoman for the Independent Electoral Commission said. Final results are not due before September 17. Duration 1:32

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Gazan musicians rise and shine for Ramadan

Early mornings are an integral part of the the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. The task of getting people up before the crack of dawn falls to the musaharatis, who make their way through the streets with their drums and traditional songs. In the Palestinian territory of Gaza, the job offers its own challenges and rewards. Duration: 01:58

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Do you speak franglais in Cameroon?

Cameroon is a country divided by its colonial past. Once ruled by the United Kingdom, people in the north speak English. In the south, previously administered by France, most speak French. The country is striving towards bilingualism in a bid to promote national unity but the road is hard. The youngsters however have found a way -- speaking, and singing, both at the same time in a chaotic mix known as CamFranglais or francanglais. Duration: 02:12

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Gaga brings bling to headphones

As U.S. singer Lady Gaga shows off some bling headphones, she says downloading music illegally can't replace the experience of buying music.

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Chinese keen to try Olympic rugby

Gold medal-driven China awaits the International Olympic Committee (IOC)'s decision to add rugby sevens to the 2016 Summer Games.

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Gaga and Dre bring the bling

Lady Gaga shows off some bling headphones, as she celebrates "Poker Face" being named the most downloaded song in the history of the UK download chart

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Japan aims for deeper carbon cuts

Japan's Prime Minister-elect says he wants to cut the country's carbon emissions by 25 percent by 2020.

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Google's European book battle

Google faces opposition over its plans to digitise works by European Union authors and publishers who fear the internet giant will infringe their copyright.

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Kabul rocket strike kills three

A rocket attack on a residential area of Kabul has left three civilians dead, and two others wounded, including a six month old child.

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Taiwan mourns Morakot dead

Taiwan hosts a national mourning ceremony in memory of those who died in Typhoon Morakot.

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Troops help return Xinjiang calm

Security was tight in China's Urumqi as residents react to the government's threat of the death penalty for needle attackers.

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Business Update- Bid for Cadbury

Britain's Cadbury snubs Kraft takeover bid, central bankers back tough new rules regulating global banking industry, and Internet giant Google tries to reassure Europe that its digital book project won't undermine copyright laws.

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Paper Cuts With Roy Blount, Jr.

"Alphabet Juice" author Roy Blount, Jr. discusses his preference for books on paper with Mo Rocca, plus a look at what's coming up on the next Tomorrow Show.

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Spotlight - Baseball To Real Estate

Interview and discussion with the Co-Founder of Omni New York, Mo Vaughn. He talks about how he come up with a real estate business. (Venture)

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Hong Kong acid attack injures 11

Acid was hurled at a couple in a busy Hong Kong shopping district on Sunday, the fourth such attack since December.

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Gourmet Space Food

It turns out the food that astronauts eat in space is not that bad. N.A.S.A. has worked hard to make it's space food tastier than ever, Debbye Turner Bell reports.

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Inside Look - Baseball

Interview and discussion with the President of Boras Corporation, Scott Boras. He talks about the baseball economy. (For The Record)

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U.N. says West Africa floods kill 70

A senior U.N. humanitarian official says flooding in West Africa has claimed around 70 lives and left hundreds of thousands facing health risks.

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Optimism over U.S. healthcare reform

Senior Obama advisor predicts ''major reform'' in healthcare in 2009 despite strong opposition from the Republicans.

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Ferry survivors relive horror

Hundreds of rescued passengers of a ferry that sank in the southern Philippines recall how they panicked when the ship started tilting.

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Urumqi still on edge after sackings

Fear continues in China's Urumqi over syringe attacks despite a strong military presence and the sacking of the local party chief.

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Fall Travel Destinations

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg spoke to Harry Smith about great vacation destinations for fall.

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Summer Clam Bake

Chef Laurence Edelman showed Harry Smith and Debbye Turner Bell how to cook up a summer clam bake.

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Downsized Labor Day

The Early Show correspondents spoke to Carol Orsborn, author of "The Year I Saved My (Downsized) Life," about the lessons she learned after being laid of at the peak of her career.

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Model for Malawi

Priya David reports on the inspirational story of a 15-year-old girl from a small village in Malawi, Africa who dreams of being a doctor.

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Medicine Cabinet Must-Haves

Debbye Turner Bell spoke to WCBS-TVs Dr. Holly Phillips about must-haves for your medicine cabinet including first aid, and allergy, cold, and flu remedies.

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Six missing in mystery flood

South Korean officials are investigating whether a flood surge from a North Korean dam swept away six people from a campsite, close to the border with the north.

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Hundreds saved from sinking ferry

A major rescue operation is underway in the Philippines after a passenger ferry sank with nearly a thousand people on board.

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McDonalds v McCurry

Fast food chain McDonald's appeals to Malaysia's federal court over a signboard dispute with a local restaurant in Kuala Lumpur.

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Thai Scorpion Man

A former Thai insect-breeder shares his home with thousands of scorpions.

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Spotlight - Human Gnome

Interview and discussion with the Co-Founder of 23andMe, Linda Avey. She talks about the importance of mapping your D.N.A. (Venture)

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Ask it early- Finances and Going Green

Harry Smith spoke to Susan Koeppen who answered your questions on credit score, donating money to charities, and going green.

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Kids' Backpack Safety

Dr. Alanna Levine spoke with Debbye Turner Bell about common backpack injuries and how to avoid them.

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Business tips from the Wacky Barber

A London-based barber resorts to wacky tactics to keep ahead of the game.

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Britain's love of pound stores

Single-price retailers have long been popular in the U.S., now business is booming in Britain for pound stores up and down the country.

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Wedding Video Blooper

A Wash. couple's wedding video in which the groom fumbled his vows is quickly becoming a youtube sensation. The couple spoke with Harry Smith.

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Missing Boy Found at Grandma's

A 6-year-old Ill. boy missing for two years was found alive and returned to his family. The boy was being held in his Grandmother's house, Bianca Solorzano reports. The father spoke out.

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Obama Under Fire

President Obama is under pressure this week after being plagued recently by healthcare reform backlash and low poll numbers. Bill Plate reports. Bob Schieffer spoke on the presidency's wild ride.

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In-Depth Look - Schapiro In The Economy

Interview and discussion with the SEC Chairman, Mary Schapiro. She talks about the challenges she faces and her plans to overcome them. (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - Business Education

Interview and discussion with the President of Jack Welch LLC, Jack Welch. He and his wife talks about the importance of business education. (For The Record)

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In-Depth Look - Labor Day

Interview and discussion with Teamsters' President, James Hoffa. He talks about the health-care reform, the industry and the economy. (Political Capital)

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Leaders sacked after Chinese rioting

The official Chinese newsagency Xinhua says a Communist Party leader and police chief in the troubled western Chinese region of Xinjiang have been axed.

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Inside Look - Wells Fargo With The Market

Interview and discussion with the C.E.O. of Wells Fargo, John Stumpf. He gives his perspective about the banking industry and the market it covers. (For The Record)

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Thousands stage anti Chavez protests

Protests against Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez take place in cities across Latin America after online social sites called for global demonstration.

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Hitler art auctioned off in Germany

Three watercolour paintings by Adolf Hitler were sold to phone bidders for over 40,000 euros from an auction house in Nuremberg.

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Macedonia ferry disaster

At least 15 drown as tourist boat sinks in Lake Ohrid

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Spotlight - Lipstick Index

Interview and discussion with the Founder & C.E.O. of CARGO Cosmetics, Hana Zalzal. She shares her success story along with the trials her company faced. (Venture)

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Spotlight - Jing Ulrich

Interview and discussion with the Chairman of the J.P.Morgan Chase China Equities, Jing Ulrich. She shares his insights about the Chinese economy and its bank markets. (Bloomberg News)

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China Unicom ties to Telefonica

China Unicom gains after the mainland's No.2 wireless player reaches a deal with Spain's Telefonica.

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Business Update- Tech buying

Asian PC and technology firms rose, cheered by predictions of rising shipments and increased spending.

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Africa- Famine Fears in Northern Kenya

New York Times reporter Jeffrey Gettleman visits the Turkana region of Northern Kenya where an extended drought threatens crops, livestock and the people that count on them for survival.

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Controversy over NATO air strike in Afghanistan

An investigation is under way after a NATO air strike on fuel tankers hijacked by the Taliban killed scores in northern Afghanistan. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Sunday she would "deeply regret" if any civilian lives were lost in the air strike in Kunduz on September 4, which was ordered by a German military commander. Duration: 01:07

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Arts- A Conversation with Oliver Stone

Reporter Timothy Arango talks with Oliver Stone about his upcoming sequel to "Wall Street" which begins production this week in New York.

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