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Germany says climate meeting 'broke the ice' (AP)
China to press North's Kim on economy, nuclear talks (Reuters)
Thai protest leaders object to election timing (Reuters)
Europe debt fears hammer financial markets (AFP)
UK leaders scramble for votes in final hours (Reuters)
Thai protesters hold out for more talks (Reuters)
Business aviation execs confident in steady recovery (Reuters)
African, Chinese interests in step: Meles (Reuters)
Conservatives win UK vote, try to build majority (Reuters)
Wrangling as Thai protesters refuse to quit (Reuters)
Key US senator: climate bill progress impossible (AFP)
White House says time right for climate bill (Reuters)
Pakistanis pose as Indians after NY bomb scare (Reuters)
Food-stamp tally nears 40 million, sets record (Reuters)
Violence raises tensions as Thai protests drag on (Reuters)
Secretary Gates wants 'hard, unsparing look' at military spending (The Christian Science Monitor)
NYSE, Nasdaq halt bickering, pledge co-operation (Reuters)
The Future of Housing-Related Jobs (U.S. News & World Report)
Senate's Wall Street reform bill churns ahead (Reuters)
Who got Fed money during financial crisis? Senate votes to know. (The Christian Science Monitor)
US worries spark calls for swift eurozone action (AFP)
Kerry: Stakes 'sky high' as climate bill unveiled (AP)
Greeks set new strikes, economy firmly in recession (Reuters)
New UK leaders say coalition will rebuild economy (Reuters)
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