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Street pressure mounts on Tunisia PM to go 7:53am EST

TUNIS (Reuters) - Protesters who overthrew Tunisia's president took to the streets again on Saturday to accuse his lieutenants of clinging to power and to demand new leaders now.  Full Article

 
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West makes no headway in Iran nuclear talks 8:10am EST 

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - World powers failed to make progress with Iran in two days of talks on its nuclear program, with the EU calling the discussions disappointing and saying no further meetings between the two sides were planned.  Full Article  

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Don't rule out debt buy-back idea: Juncker 8:49am EST 

BERLIN (Reuters) - European leaders should not shy away from a proposal to buy back the bonds of troubled euro member states but should not rely too much on rich countries, Eurogroup Chief Jean-Claude Juncker said.  Full Article  

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U.S. says it wins again in Canada lumber dispute Friday, 21 Jan 2011 

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A binding arbitration panel has ruled Canada has again breached its softwood lumber deal with the United States, this time with aid offered by provincial governments in Quebec and Ontario, the U.S. trade representative said on Friday.  Full Article