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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - After about 15 hours of flying and five hours of meetings, sleep finally caught up with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in Baghdad. It was 6:04 p.m. 

EDINBURGH (Reuters) - On the eve of Scotland's historic referendum, opinion polls on Wednesday showed support for staying within the United Kingdom marginally stronger than backing for independence, but tens of thousands of undecided citizens agonized over which way to vote.

BEIRUT (Reuters) - At least 48 people including rebel fighters have been killed in Syrian government air bombardments around a town in the central province of Homs, a monitoring group said on Wednesday.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Obama administration officials are concerned about the legality of a ban on oil exports and have begun discussing how to deal with potential challenges from nations that want to buy U.S. crude, two sources said.

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, weakened by weeks of demonstrations calling for him to resign, threatened on Wednesday to clear a protest camp established more than a month ago outside government offices in Islamabad.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve on Wednesday could offer fresh clues on when it plans to begin lifting interest rates and how quickly it will move, as it prepares for a momentous policy turn after years of aggressive monetary stimulus.

(Reuters) - Bigger is better and Apple Inc has finally realized that and given iPhone users a product that may be low on novelty but high on improvements, reviewers wrote.

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean President Park Geun-hye, thwarted so far in ambitious plans to begin the process of reunifying the Korean peninsula, said the door is open for talks with the North during the upcoming U.N. General Assembly.

CAERNARFON/YORK (Reuters) - Scotland's chance to vote for independence has lit hopes in other regions of Britain that a reworking of political ties might boost their chances of self-rule too.

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Nearly a third of some 350,000 workers in Malaysia's electronics industry - a crucial link in the international consumer supply chain - suffer from conditions of modern-day slavery such as debt bondage, according to a study funded by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Entertainment News
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BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese prosecutors have approved last month's arrest of Jaycee Chan, son of kun...
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - R&B singer Rihanna's record label on Tuesday said it has refused to license ...
Sports News
Williams can catch Red Bull, says Massa
Wed, 17 Sep 2014 12:01:17 GMT
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Brazilian Felipe Massa feels he has turned a corner after his first podium of ...
LONDON (Reuters) - The NFL roadshow rolls into London again next week for the first of three games d...
Thai princess going for gold at Asian Games
Wed, 17 Sep 2014 09:36:05 GMT
INCHEON South Korea (Reuters) - The Thailand team for the 17th Asian Games includes a real-life prin...
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(Reuters) - Activist investor Nelson Peltz's Trian Fund Management LP, which holds a $1.6 billion st...
BOSTON/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Would you believe one of the West's favorite Russian stocks is a provincia...
(Reuters) - Top U.S. pension fund Calpers is sticking with commodities, an asset class known for vol...
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