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UN General Assembly Has Full Plate This Week

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon predicts that this week's session of the U.N. General Assembly and its sideline events will be among the busiest ever, reflecting "the tumultuous time in which we live

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Iran Urges West To Take Action On Anti-Islam Film

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran's top leader is urging the West to show it respects Muslims by blocking a film that mocks the Prophet Muhammad and has touched off rage across the Islamic world.

State TV quotes Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as saying Western leaders must prove they are not "accomplices" in a "big crime

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Nissan Recalls 51,000 cars After Steering Fault

HELSINKI (AP) — Nissan Motor Co. says it is recalling 51,000 cars worldwide after a defect caused a steering wheel in one of its models sold in Finland to become detached.

Nissan Nordic Europe spokeswoman Taina Erkkila says the defect likely would mean replacing parts in some 600 recalled vehicles

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Mitt Romney Picks Paul Ryan As Vice-Presidential Running Mate

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has selected Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan to be his running mate.

The candidate made his announcement to supporters via a phone app, saying
"Mitt's Choice for VP is Paul Ryan

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Olympic Opening Ceremony

LONDON (AP) — There will be monarchs, presidents, prime ministers — and David Beckham. Friday's opening ceremony for the London Olympics is an A-list affair.

Among the 60,000 spectators at Olympic Stadium will be Queen Elizabeth II — who as British head of state will officially open the games — along with royals including Prince William and his wife Kate, and Prince Harry

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U.S. Futures Rally On Comments From ECB President

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stock futures are jumping sharply after the president of the European Central Bank vowed to preserve at all costs the continent's monetary union.

The euro has tumbled against the dollar and investors have fled stocks with the debt crisis in Europe threatening to drag more nations there into recession

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Cuba Marks 59th Anniversary Of Revolution

HAVANA (AP) — Cuba is commemorating the 59th anniversary of the failed uprising against the Moncada military barracks that the island considers the beginning of Fidel Castro's revolution.

In the past, the July 26 national holiday has sometimes been used to make major announcements, but less so since Raul Castro replaced his older brother as president

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Top 10 Apps for the 2012 Summer Olympics

The athletes have been training for the last four years. The city has been preparing for the last seven years. And the fans have been booking their tickets for months and months. The 2012 London Summer Olympics are upon us!

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Security Council Schedules Vote On Syrian Violence

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Amid deep divisions, another vote is due later this morning at the U.N. Security Council on a resolution designed to end the escalating violence in Syria.

The vote was delayed Wednesday in an effort to get key Western nations and Russia to find an accommodation on measures to stop the violence, but the move proved fruitless

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Clinton Says NKorea Nuke Pursuit Threatens World

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says North Korea's pursuit of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles and "pattern of provocations" are a serious threat to Asian and world security

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