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Greece at odds with EU/IMF lenders in 'tough' bailout review

Catalonia’s Revival at Risk in Independence Push: Real Estate

Catalonia's revival at risk in independence push

Stimulus merits in focus as ECB weighs action

Battered by falling prices, Kenya's tea farmers threaten to uproot

Former Portuguese prime minister arrested in corruption investigation

Nokia plans comeback with 2015 tablet launch in China

ECB cuts growth outlook for eurozone, holds rates

GOP issues a new 'fiscal cliff' offer to Obama

Italian debt at record high above 2 trillion euros

US economy could withstand brief fall off 'cliff'

Apple jurors grappled with complex patent issues

Unification Church founder Rev. Moon dies at 92

Chicago lottery winner died from cyanide poisoning

Documents show battle over lottery winner's estate

Rio Tinto eyes huge growth

Maloofs agree to sell NBA's Kings to Seattle group

Expiring credits, deductions extended by Congress

Greece grapples with strikes despite mobilization

Pope expels German 'luxury bishop' from diocese

Rural America posts first-ever loss in population

Brazil protesters keep up pressure on government

New Jersey Sen. Lautenberg dead at 89

Acting PM seeks clarification from Holden

Galliani will stay, insists Berlusconi

US firm drops Spain mega-casino plan to focus on Asia

Cocaine bust derails fledgling GOP congressman

Aussie consumers easily spooked: ANRA

SAfrican track federation suspends 6 board members

Internet sales tax bill to hit roadblock in House

Internet sales tax bill faces tough sell in House

Court shoots down Yakama tobacco company lawsuit

Problems surface over Ariz.'s 2007 immigration law

Maradona returns to Italy after 8-year tax exile

AP survey: US budget impasse holding back economy

German antitrust probe into Amazon pricing policy

Mass. awarded $44M in film tax credits in 2011

Obama announces funding to address immigrant surge

Special Report - Foreign interns pay the price for Japan's labour shortage

Blip or bombshell, Tea Party again makes mark on Washington