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Chiquita bananas piled on display at a supermarket in Bainbridge, Ohio. The Cincinnati-based company is considering a move to another city.

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A Twitter Push To Keep Chiquita From Splitting Town

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The new redesigned 2012 Toyota Camry is unveiled during a news event on the Paramount Studios lot in Hollywood, Calif.

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Toyota Redesigns The Camry, Aiming To Stay On Top

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People search for jobs at the Suffolk County One-Stop Employment Center in Hauppauge, N.Y.

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For Older Job Seekers, An Even More Difficult Road

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Faizeh al-Maslamani (left) with her sister and a portrait of her husband, Ali, due to be released with more than 470 Palestinian prisoners Tuesday. Ali spent most of the past three decades in an Israeli jail. Faizeh says he has 10 grandchildren he's never seen. She hopes he'll accept "a life sentence in the house."

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Israel-Palestinian Prisoner Swap Stirs Strong Debate

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Pollan founded the Ladies in White after her husband, Cuban dissident Hector Maseda, was jailed. He was released in February this year. In this photo from March, Maseda kisses Pollan before a meeting with former U.S. President Jimmy Carter in Havana.

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Cuba's 'Ladies In White' Mourn Leader's Death

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In this undated photo, a man cleans a skull near a mass grave at the Choeung Ek camp outside Phnom Penh, Cambodia — the best known of the killing fields run by the Khmer Rouge in the middle and late 1970s. Now, Cambodians are skeptical that a U.N.-backed tribunal will be able to deliver justice in the case of four remaining high-level Khmer Rouge officials.

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Judge Resigns, Casting Doubt Over Khmer Rouge Trials

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Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf addresses a crowd of supporters on Saturday outside offices of her party on the outskirts of Monrovia, Liberia's capital. She faces Winston Tubman in a runoff election scheduled for Nov. 8.

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Liberian President Confident Ahead Of Runoff

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