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From Reuters - November 10, 2017

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EXCLUSIVE-Rupert Murdoch twice discussed CNN with AT&T CEO -sources

NEW YORK - Rupert Murdoch telephoned AT&T Chief Executive Randall Stephenson twice in past six months and talked about cable network CNN, sources briefed on matter tell Reuters. (CNN-MURDOCH/ (UPDATE 3, EXCLUSIVE, PIX), moved, by Jessica Toonkel, 447 words)

APEC ministers publish joint statement after wrangling over language

DANANG - Ministers from Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) countries release a joint statement, three days later than planned because of wrangling over traditional language that the United States wanted to change. (APEC-SUMMIT/MINISTERS, moved, 189 words)

Deficit worries complicate path for U.S. Republican tax cuts

WASHINGTON - Unease among Republicans about massive increase in federal deficit could complicate passage of two tax-cut bills working their way through U.S. Congress, endangering President Donald Trumps top legislative priority. (USA-TAX/ (PIX), moved, by David Morgan, 638 words)

Flynn lawyer denies reports of quid pro quo plan to deliver cleric to Turkey

WASHINGTON - The lawyer for former U.S. national security adviser Michael Flynn labels as outrageous and false media reports suggesting his client may have been involved in an alleged plan to seize a Muslim cleric and deliver him to Turkey in exchange for millions of dollars. (USA-TRUMP/RUSSIA (UPDATE 2), moved, 585 words)

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TPP countries agree to keep trade deal alive, much work remains

DANANG, Vietnam - Members of Trans Pacific Partnership agree to continue working on proposed trade deal despite early Canadian resistance in talks that raises new doubts about its survival, officials say. (APEC-SUMMIT/ (UPDATE 1, PIX, TV), moved, by Kiyoshi Takenaka and Matthew Tostevin, 521 words)

Chinas 24-hour online shopping binge tops $1.5 bln in first three minutes

SHANGHAI - Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba says sales topped 10 billion yuan ($1.51 billion) in just over three minutes from the opening of Singles Day, an annual online discount gala that has become the worlds biggest shopping spree. (SINGLES-DAY/ALIBABA (UPDATE 1, PIX, TV, GRAPHIC), moved, by Adam Jourdan, 624 words)

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