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13/01/2009 - 19:46

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Two charged over photographer death - Friend defends Charles in race row - Pal Defends Charles In Race Row.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 13 january 2009
Two charged over photographer death

A teenager and a man have been charged with the murder of an amateur photographer on New Year's Day.

Friend defends Charles in race row

The Prince of Wales has been described as a man of "zero prejudice" by the Asian friend he calls "Sooty".

Pal Defends Charles In Race Row

An Asian polo-playing friend who Prince Charles calls "Sooty" has insisted the nickname is a "term of affection with no offence meant or felt".

Barclays 'to axe 2,100 jobs'

Banking giant Barclays is to cut 2,100 jobs in its investment arm, sources close to the company said.

Barclays to cut 2,100 jobs in investment unit: source

Banking giant Barclays will cut 2,100 jobs in its investment banking and investment management arms globally, a bank source told AFP on Tuesday.

NYC wants to be Vegas-like marriage destination

New York City has issued an open challenge to Las Vegas, seeking to become a premier destination for people to get married in what officials hope will boost tourism during uncertain economic times.

World stock markets extend losses on economic concerns

Global stock markets were lower on Tuesday, extending losses after more bad US economic data as fears grew that corporate earnings will be decimated in the credit crunch.

Obama pleads case for $350 billion in bailout funds

President-elect Barack Obama sent top economic advisers on Tuesday to push skeptical lawmakers to release $350 billion in financial rescue funds and avert a showdown that could unsettle Wall Street.

Bernanke: Obama stimulus would lift economy

A mammoth stimulus package being crafted by President-elect Barack Obama could give the economy a much-needed lift, but other steps must be taken to bolster the wobbly financial system and for any recovery to stick, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said Tuesday.

November trade gap shrinks on record import plunge

The U.S. trade deficit shrank nearly 29 percent in November, the largest amount in 12 years, as weak consumer demand and plummeting oil prices caused imports to sink by a record amount.

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