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Global stocks tumble amid Ukraine tensionsGlobal stocks tumble amid Ukraine tensions, S&P cuts Russian sovereign credit rating
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Ex-DHS watchdog put on leave after critical reportHomeland security secretary takes swift action in move aimed at heading off potential scandal
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KPN sales fall; barely profitable in first quarterKPN sales fall in first quarter, profits near nil; sees "stabilization" at year-end
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This Jan. 26, 2014 photo provided by Hoegh LNG on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 shows Hoegh's gas vessel 'Independence'  during her sea trial. Later this year, the giant ship will slide up to Lithuania’s Baltic port of Klaipeda. The 390-meter (1,300 foot) vessel is bigger than the largest aircraft carrier, but it’s not a warship. The floating natural gas terminal will play a key role in the Baltic region’s struggle to lessen its energy dependence on Russia. (AP Photo/Hoegh LNG)
Baltic states lead push to cut Russia gas relianceWith vivid memories of Moscow's rule, Baltic states lead Europe in curbing Russia gas reliance
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Map reflects the recent and latest uprisings in eastern Ukraine; 3c x 4 inches; 146 mm x 101 mm;
S&P cuts Russia's credit ratingS&P cuts Russia's credit rating in the wake of Ukraine crisis
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U.S. President Barack Obama, center right,  is welcomed by South Korean President Park Geun-hye at the Blue House in Seoul, South Korea, Friday, April 25, 2014. Obama, continuing his four-nation Asia trip which began in Japan, is expected to underscore warnings against North Korean nuclear provocations, calls to lower tensions in regional territorial disputes, and words of condolence for the ferry disaster victims and the people of South Korea. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
Obama visit to South Korea tinged by mourningObama in South Korea for visit tinged by nation's mourning over lives lost in ferry disaster
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FILE - This July 18, 2008 file photo shows the calories of each food item at a McDonalds drive-thru menu in New York. Diners could soon see calorie counts on menus of chain restaurants. But what about the roasted chicken sold at grocery stores, or the hot dogs convenience stores sell? Will movie theaters have to tell patrons the number of calories in a giant soda and bucket of popcorn? The food industry is closely watching the Food and Drug Administration to see which establishments are included in the final menu labeling rules, expected this year.  (AP Photo/Ed Ou, File)
Where will calorie labels appear? Not just menusCalorie counts will be on restaurant menus and beyond, once FDA issues labeling rules
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Europe gives Electrolux a Q1 profit boostElectrolux first-quarter profit, revenue up on higher demand, improved cash flow
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Drunk passenger causes hijack scare in BaliAirline official says drunk passenger arrested after causing hijack scare in Bali, Indonesia
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