Obama uses Japan visit to reassure wary Asian allies | Pentagon dossier to detail secretive U.S. Afghan detainee policy | Facebook first-quarter revenue grows 72 percent on rising mobile ads | Apple expands buybacks by $30 billion, OKs 7-for-1 stock split | Body of Korean boy who raised alarm on sinking ferry believed found | Australia transport bureau says beach debris not from MH370 | Obama seeks to ease Asian allies' doubts during visit to Japan | Apple expands buybacks by $30 billion, OKs seven-for-one stock split | Ukraine revolt shows faces, but whose are the brains? | Australia transport safety chief says beach debris not from MH370: ABC Radio | Exclusive: White House considers former banking lawyer for Fed board - sources | Facebook first-quarter revenue grows 72 percent on rising mobile ads | U.S. new home sales hint at prolonged housing weakness | Russia says it will respond if Ukraine interests attacked | Hamas, Abbas's PLO announce reconciliation agreement | Boeing cash register rings again, sending shares higher | Special Report: For private deals, no one is watching the watchdogs | GM said it has shipped thousands of replacement ignition switches | Hole in Afghan budget stirs unease as West starts packing bags | Exclusive: Russia, China block Central African Republic blacklistings at U.N. | Cost-cutting, share buybacks buoy U.S. defense profits | Children's corpses reveal desperate attempts to escape Korean ferry | Chile president launches long-awaited electoral reform bill | U.N. should have done more to prevent South Sudan massacre: Uganda | U.S., euro zone activity up; China decline slows | Palestinian factions to form unity government | Moscow warns Kiev to pull back troops | US and France press UN for S Sudan sanctions | UK police in Syria appeal to Muslim women | Obama seeks to reassure partners on Asia trip | Security Council must act on Syria: UN chief | Turkey's PM offers condolences to Armenians | US court rejects death row inmates' claims | Suspected mass grave excavated in Serbia | US lays charges in Syria smuggling scheme | Bomb kills police general in Cairo | Scores killed in DR Congo train crash | Shutdown on the world's highest mountain |

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