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Date: 2012-10-25
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Insight: Pakistani death squads spur desperate voyage to Australia
US-PAKISTAN-HAZARAS:Insight: Pakistani death squads spur desperate voyage to Australia
By Matthew Bigg, Matthew Green and James Grubel

QUETTA, Pakistan/PUNCAK,Indonesia (Reuters) - It was 3 a.m. when Abid Warasi and his friend clambered into an Indonesian fishing boat, joining 300 other migrants packed into the hold. Only a few days away by sea, Australia seemed tantalizingl...


Asian shares rise, though earnings worries remain
US-MARKETS-GLOBAL:Asian shares rise, though earnings worries remain
By Chikako Mogi

TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares inched up Thursday as signs of recovery in China and the United States eased fears of deteriorating global growth, though generally weak corporate earnings continued to make investors wary.

The MSCI index of Asia-Pacific ...


Sprint unveils new data plans for 4G LTE tablets
US-SPRINT-DATAPLAN:Sprint unveils new data plans for 4G LTE tablets
(Reuters) - U.S. wireless carrier Sprint Nextel Corp said it will introduce new rate plans for 4G tablets that offer customers up to 20 percent more data than rivals for the same price.

Competition is heating up among wireless carriers to meet growing customer demand for data as more peopl...


China says industry recovery trend not yet stable
US-CHINA-ECONOMY-INDUSTRY:China says industry recovery trend not yet stable
By Aileen Wang and Nick Edwards

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's industrial sector is still not on a stable recovery track, particularly in export markets, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said on Thursday.

"The stabilization trend of China's ind...


Wall Street falls after tepid earnings and steady Fed
US-MARKETS-STOCKS:Wall Street falls after tepid earnings and steady Fed
By Caroline Valetkevitch

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks ended lower for a second day on Wednesday, as investors soured on another round of underwhelming corporate results and the Federal Reserve said it would stick to its stimulus plan until the job market improves.



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