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Top Stories: Central Banks Free Up Credit, U.K. Expels Iranian Diplomats

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

-- Central Banks Join To Battle Credit Crisis, Stocks Surge.

-- Police Clear Occupy Camps In Los Angeles And Philadelphia.

-- Clinton In Myanmar, U.S. Deeply Realistic About State Of Reforms There.

-- In U.K.: Public Servants Staging Biggest Strike In A Generation.

Other news:

-- "UK Expels All Iranian Diplomats Over Embassy Attack." (BBC News)

-- Hermain Cain Would Not Make A "Good President," Latest Accuser Says. (ABC News' Good Morning America)

-- "U.S. Nears Milestone: Net Fuel Exporter." (The Wall Street Journal)

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