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MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish borrowing costs jumped at a bond auction on Wednesday, jolting wider European markets, as this week's tough budget failed to calm investors' nerves about the country's finances.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Democratic-led U.S. Congress yielded to President George W. Bush on Saturday and approved legislation to temporarily expand the government's power to conduct electronic surveillance without a court order in tracking foreign suspects.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush and outgoing British Prime Minister Tony Blair insisted at a farewell summit on Thursday they have no regrets about their wartime alliance in Iraq despite damage to their standing at home and abroad.
BLACKSBURG, Va. (Reuters) - A videotaped diatribe by the Virginia Tech gunman shocked students and mesmerized television viewers, but police said on Thursday it yielded little value for the investigation of the campus massacre.
THE rental yield for residential and commercial properties in Penang is expected to decline this year, as property prices are expected to rise by another 7% this year.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's Treasury paid the highest average yield since the birth of the euro to issue 12-month bills on Tuesday in a key test of investor appetite for debt from a country many believe will soon be forced to apply for international aid.
TOMBU, Sierra Leone (Reuters) - Sierra Leone is nearing the end of a one-month ban on industrial fishing that local fishermen hoped would replenish stocks but whose impact has been limited by its short span and the financial muscle of foreign companies.