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With 88 Goals, Lionel Messi Celebrates A Record Year

The Barcelona star has broken several records this year — and many say the 25-year-old still hasn't peaked.
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E.U. Votes To Have A Single Regulator For Its Banks

European officials have taken a big step toward the banking union many analysts believe is necessary to vanquish the debt crisis. The E.U. approved a deal that brings most of the continent's banks under a single regulator. The plan for a single bank supervisor must still be approved by the European parliament.
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Divisions Over Draft Constitution Continue In Egypt

Robert Siegel talks with Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei of the National Salvation Front, a main opposition group, about why he's urging Egyptians to vote no in the country's upcoming constitutional referendum. ElBaradei is also a Nobel Peace Laureate and former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
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Chronology: The Benghazi Attack And The Fallout

A look at the events surrounding the deadly attack on the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya, and the controversy that followed. An independent panel has found that "systemic failures and leadership and management deficiencies at senior levels" in the State Department led to inadequate security.
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A New Tale By Hans Christian Andersen

Scholars in Denmark believe they have found a new tale by Hans Christian Andersen. It's a short story, called "The Tallow Candle."

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