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ANALYSIS - Perry crashes on the big 2012 stage

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry crashed on the big stage on Wednesday and may never recover.

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ANALYSIS - Perry crashes on the big 2012 stage

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry crashed on the big stage on Wednesday and may never recover.

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Sarkozy told Obama Greek PM too down to take to task

PARIS (Reuters) - French President Nicolas Sarkozy told Barack Obama last week it was not worth attacking Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou over his sudden call for a referendum on the euro zone crisis, describing the decision as the act of a depressed man, according to journalists who overheard the comments.

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U.S. candidate Cain's accuser wants others to go public

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A woman who has accused Republican U.S. presidential candidate Herman Cain of sexual harassment said on Wednesday she hopes others will step forward and speak out with her.

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Romney: I will not let Iran get nuclear weapons

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney laid down a foreign policy marker on Wednesday, saying that if elected he would not allow Iran to develop nuclear weapons.

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White House tries to limit Netanyahu 'liar' damage

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House sought on Wednesday to limit damage to U.S.-Israel relations following revelations that French President Nicolas Sarkozy called Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel

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ANALYSIS - China looks across Asia and sees new threats

BEIJING (Reuters) - Heads of government attending Asian summits hoping to fathom China's foreign policy mood swings might spare a thought for Beijing's own leaders, who fear their expanding influence is attracting a new circle of potential foes not fans.

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ANALYSIS - Perry crashes on the big 2012 stage

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry crashed on the big stage on Wednesday and may never recover.

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Soviet scientist denies helping Iran develop atomic bomb

MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Soviet scientist has denied being the brains behind Iran's nuclear programme, despite U.S. media reports that he helped put Tehran on the threshold of making an atomic bomb, a Russian newspaper said on Thursday.

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Obama tells agencies to save on travel, coffee mugs

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama asked government agencies on Wednesday to slash $4 billion in spending on things like travel, printing and coffee mugs, in his latest effort to sidestep Congress and help the economy.