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Church Explodes In Houston [VIDEO]

Thieves attempting to break in and rob a church in Houston were thwarted when one of the thieves cut the main electrical line, causing the church to explode.

Copper Prices Slip But Remain Near 4 1/2-Month High

London copper slipped on Monday, but still retained most of the previous session's steep climb to a 4-1/2 month top as a new round of U.S. monetary stimulus measures and a weak dollar continued to support prices.

Asian Stocks Rally On Fed Stimulus Action

Asian stock markets rallied to a four-month high Friday after the U.S. Federal Reserve launched another large scale of asset purchase program overnight to stimulate the world's largest economy.

Asian Stocks Ease Marginally, Euro Falls

Risk assets fell Tuesday with the investors awaiting an announcement of some monetary easing measures by the Fed at the meeting of central bankers and economists at Jackson Hole, Wyoming, later in the week.

Asian Shares Drop, But Euro Holds On ECB Hopes

Asian shares fell Wednesday morning after recent rally, but the euro held near a seven-week high on hopes the European Central Bank will act to rein in surging euro zone borrowing costs and policymakers will find ways to keep Greece on lifelines.

Zambian Miners Kill Chinese Manager In Riot

Coal miners in Zambia killed one Chinese manager and injured another during a riot Saturday. The miners were on strike at the Chinese-owned Collum coal mine in Sinazongwe in protest of delays in raising the minimum wage.

Copper Is 'Slightly Overvalued': Barclays

Copper prices have outperformed the overall metals market as traders have closed short selling in expectation of government intervention to boost growth, but the metal may still be slightly overvalued, according to a Monday report by Barclays.

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