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Republican Cain vows won't withdraw from 2012 race

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (Reuters) - Businessman Herman Cain defiantly denied sexual harassment allegations against him on Tuesday and vowed they would not force him to withdraw from the race for the 2012 Republican U.S. presidential nomination.

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APEC business advisers urge push on green trade pact

HONOLULU(Reuters): Asia Pacific business executives will urge U.S. President Barack Obama and other leaders meeting this week to start talks on a trade agreement to tackle global environmental woes, the chair of a private sector advisory group said on Tuesday.

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Sarkozy tells Obama Netanyahu is a "liar"

PARIS (Reuters) - French President Nicolas Sarkozy branded Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

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FACTBOX - Obama rolls out more executive office measures

REUTERS - U.S. President Barack Obama, sidestepping Republicans in Congress who have thwarted his $447 billion jobs plan, has invoked his executive powers to help homeowners, students and veterans struggling to find work.

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Woman accuses U.S. candidate Cain of groping

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A woman accused U.S. Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain on Monday of reaching under her skirt in 1997, adding to sexual harassment allegations that are threatening to derail his campaign.

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Woman accuses U.S. candidate Cain of groping

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A woman accused Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain on Monday of reaching under her skirt in 1997, going public with sexual harassment allegations that may create more trouble for his campaign.

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U.S. voters find religious belief important in leader

REUTERS - Two-thirds of Americans believe it is important for a presidential candidate to have strong religious beliefs, even if those beliefs are different than their own, a survey released on Tuesday found.

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Violence, boycott cast gloom over Liberia's run-off

MONROVIA (Reuters) - Rising tension, a planned opposition boycott and fresh memories of a day of deadly clashes hung over Liberia's presidential election run-off on Tuesday, which incumbent leader Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf is poised to win.

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Vital for Apec to support SMEs to shore up regional economies

KUALA LUMPUR: Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) leaders, who meet in Hawaii for their summit soon, must demonstrate solidarity in helping small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) by implementing policies and strategies to boost micro-finance development in the region.

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Poll: Voters disappointed with Obama over economy

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - One year before voters decide whether to re-elect U.S. President Barack Obama to a second term, a majority have little faith in his handling of the economy but he still leads his Republican rivals, according to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released on Monday.