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Obama slaps China after G-20 summit, indicates little room for compromise on Bush tax cuts

Obama slaps China after G-20 summit, indicates little room for compromise on Bush tax cuts
Full text, as usual, of President Barack Obama’s news conference.
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Pre-salt production gets under way
On Sept. 22, the FPSO Cidade Angra dos Reis arrived on location in the Tupi area of Santos basin. Soon Petrobras expects to begin production at its FPSO in the pre-salt layer of the Santos basin.
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U.S. Strategy for Pakistan and Afghanistan: Council on Foreign Relations Report
Al-Qaeda’s attack on September 11, 2001, was the deadliest terrorist assault on the United States in history. In the hours and days that followed, Americans learned more about the perpetrators and…
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