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  • Demonstrators protesting against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad march through the streets in Homs, September 28, 2011

    Syrian security forces shot dead four protesters calling for the overthrow of President Bashar al-Assad and clashes continued in the center of the country between insurgents and loyalist forces, activists said.

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    30 Sep 11
  • A lone Kodak workers enter corporate headquarters in Rochester, New York January 22, 2004

    Eastman Kodak Co shares lost more than half their value on Friday as the company hired a law firm well-known for bankruptcy cases, triggering speculation that the photography pioneer could file for bankruptcy.

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    30 Sep 11
  • A flag hangs on the wall of the JP Morgan company stall on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York July 15, 2010

    JPMorgan Chase & Co and Bank of America Corp were hit with new lawsuits by investors claiming losses on $4.5 billion of soured mortgage debt, adding to litigation targeting the two largest U.S. banks.

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    30 Sep 11
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    Story and photo by Gordy Jones, September 30, 2011 I was trying to make it to the end of the season without losing what’s left of my mind. It seems as if I’ve spent an …

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    30 Sep 11
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    When Trevor Plouffe drove home Denard Span to beat the Royals 1-0 in the season finale at Target Field, the Twins emptied the dugout as if they had just won a playoff series. In a …

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    30 Sep 11
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    The Vikings are counting on Adrian Peterson’s bruised calf holding up for four quarters and helping the team avoid falling to 0-4 for the fourth time in franchise history when it travels to Kansas City …

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    30 Sep 11
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    RHP Joe Nathan picked up a handful of dirt from the Target Field mound following the season-ending victory over Kansas City, just as he did after the Twins’ final game at the Metrodome in 2009. …

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    30 Sep 11
  • Turkish morgue is equipped for the living

    Officials in a city in rural eastern Turkey, responding to an ancient local fear of being buried alive, have equipped the local morgue with the latest gadgetry in case any of the bodies stored there have been declared dead by mistake.

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    30 Sep 11