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Obama, Boehner talk; Geithner prepared to go off "cliff"

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republicans in Congress and President Barack Obama consumed much of Wednesday talking up their positions on the

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Both sides dig in on U.S. "fiscal cliff," but "nothing going on"

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republicans and Democrats dug in on

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Both sides dig in on U.S. "fiscal cliff," "nothing going on"

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republicans and Democrats dug in on

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Both sides dig in on U.S. "fiscal cliff," "nothing going on"

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republicans and Democrats dug in on

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Both sides dig in on U.S. "fiscal cliff," but "nothing going on"

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republicans and Democrats dug in on

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Both sides dig in on U.S. "fiscal cliff," but "nothing going on"

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republicans and Democrats dug in on

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U.S. Republicans weigh swallowing tax hike on the wealthy

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - While Republican leaders in the House of Representatives insist that raising taxes rates on the rich is an impossibility, some Republican lawmakers now see it as inevitable to avoiding the

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Czech parliament approves pension reform in victory for PM Necas

PRAGUE (Reuters) - The lower house of the Czech parliament on Wednesday cleared the way for pension reform to get underway next year, giving its final approval to legislation that will allow change, a victory for the country's unpopular and unstable government.

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Czech parliament approves pension reform in victory for PM Necas

PRAGUE (Reuters) - The lower house of the Czech parliament on Wednesday cleared the way for pension reform to get underway next year, giving its final approval to legislation that will allow change, a victory for the country's unpopular and unstable government.

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Greek journalist tried over Swiss bank list

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek lawyers launched their defence of a prominent journalist on Thursday charged with breaking private data rules after he published the names of more than 2,000 wealthy Greeks believed to be holding Swiss bank accounts.