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Breakfast briefing: Friday, February 3 (Update)

Breakfast briefing: Friday, February 3

Migrant debate still divides Germany's conservatives, CSU says

MUNICH, Germany (Reuters) - The leader of Germany's Christian Social Union (CSU) acknowledged on Friday he was wrong to openly criticise conservative ally Chancellor Angela Merkel for her refusal to adopt limits on refugees.

U.N. nuclear chief suggests progress slow in Iran investigation

VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran has still not implemented all the nuclear transparency measures it had agreed to carry out by late August, the head of the U.N. atomic energy agency said on Monday, suggesting little headway in an inquiry into suspected bomb research.

Australian captain wavers against U.S. boycott

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia captain Lisa de Vanna has broken ranks from team mates who have resolved to boycott two matches against the United States women's football team in protest against pay and conditions.

Men will have to sacrifice pay for women, says FFA boss

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Improving pay and conditions for Australia's disgruntled women's team would require the country's top male players to give up a portion of their incomes, the country's FA boss David Gallop said on Monday.

U.N. nuclear watchdog board set to rebuke defiant Iran

VIENNA (Reuters) - The 35-nation board of the U.N. nuclear watchdog looked set on Friday to censure Iran over mounting suspicions it is seeking to develop atom bombs, after the six big powers overcame divisions on how to best deal with a defiant Tehran.

U.N. nuclear watchdog board set to rebuke defiant Iran

VIENNA (Reuters) - The 35-nation board of the U.N. nuclear watchdog looked set on Friday to censure Iran over mounting suspicions it is seeking to develop atom bombs, after the six big powers overcame divisions on how to best deal with a defiant Tehran.

U.N. nuclear watchdog board set to rebuke defiant Iran

VIENNA (Reuters) - The 35-nation board of the U.N. nuclear watchdog looked set on Friday to censure Iran over findings that it has sought to develop atom bombs, after the six big powers overcame divisions on how to best deal with a defiant Tehran.

Illegal miners overrun Freeport's Congo mine

KINSHASA (Reuters) - Illegal miners in Democratic Republic of Congo burned trucks and stole copper from the $2 billion Tenke Fungurume mine in a dispute with Freeport-McMoRan, the country's largest foreign investor, a provincial minister said.

Wolfowitz refuses to quit Bank, wants name cleared

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz refused on Wednesday to bow to heavy European pressure to resign as he sought to clear his name in negotiations with the bank's board over a possible exit strategy.