The United States and Britain suspended non-lethal aid to northern Syria after conservative opposition fighters seized Western-backed rebel weapons warehouses, highlighting fears that supplies could end up in the wrong hands and the general chaos engulfing the nation.
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- Japan's defense plans focus on China, islands dispute
- Obama, Castro shake hands at Mandela memorial
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General Motors Co said Chief Executive Officer Dan Akerson will step down next month and be replaced by global product development chief Mary Barra, who will become the first woman to lead a global automaker.
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- Europe sketches plan to close troubled banks
- Deal to boost global trade reached at WTO summit
- Historic trade reform ready for WTO approval
- EU fines global banks $2.3 billion for market rigging
- Survey: US companies add 215K jobs, most in year
- Supreme Court Rejects Appeal on Internet Sales Tax
Citing a potential threat to public health, the Food and Drug Administration moved to phase out the widespread use of antibiotics in animals processed for meat.
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- Xbox One Launches in 13 Countries
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- Sony Launches the PlayStation 4
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- Satellite likely to hit Earth in unpopulated area
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Two US lawmakers hammer out a bipartisan budget deal that can avert yet another budget crisis and government shutdown in the new year. Ebru correspondent Kyle Schmoyer joins us live in studio with the details.
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