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36  Iran Says US Visa Ban For UN Pick 'unwise'; Rejects Naming New UN Envoy
35  US Navy Logistics Ship Joins Search For Missing Malaysian Airliner
34  US Welcomes Authorization Of UN Peacekeeping For CAR
33  Obama Nominates Sylvia Mathews Burwell To Succeed Sebelius As HHS Secretary
32  UN Expresses Regret Over U.S. Execution Of Mexican National
31  Obama Calls Merkel To Discuss Situation In Eastern Ukraine
30  U.S. Consumer Sentiment Improves More Than Expected In April
29  U.S. Producer Prices Rise More Than Expected On Rebound In Service Prices
28  Obama Urges Congress To Raise Federal Minimum Wage, Following Minnesota's Lead
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