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TOKYO, Nov. 25, 2010 (Kyodo News International) -- TSE

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Acom Co 953 DN 34 Advantest Corp (NYSE:ATE) 1730 UP 5 Aeon Co 1039 DN 6 Aflac 4480 UP 5 AIG (NYSE:AIG) 3470 UP 25 Ajinomoto Co 828 0 Alps Elec Co 842 UP 2 Amada Co (OOTC:AMDWF) 576 DN 10 ANA 300 UP 3 Anritsu Corp 594 DN 5 AOC Holdings Inc 417 UP 6 Aozora BK Ltd 150 UP 1 Asahi Breweries Ltd (OOTC:ASBRY) 1656 UP 3 Asahi Glass Co 950 UP 8 Asahi Kasei Corp 504 DN 1 Asics Corp 950 UP 12 Astellas Pharm Inc 3065 UP 5 Atsugi Co 106 0 Bic Camera Inc 33050 UP 100 BK of America 960 DN 80 BK of Yokohama Ltd 410 0 Bridgestone Corp 1525 0 Brother Ind Ltd 1211 UP 2 Canon Inc 4015 UP 5 Canon Marketing 1195 UP 9 Casio Computer Co 641 0 Chiba BK Ltd 490 DN 3 China Boqi 21500 DN 700 Chiyoda Corp 746 UP 14 Chubu Elec Power Co 1968 UP 8 Chugai Pharm Co 1528 UP 4 Chugoku Elec Power 1659 UP 4 Chuo Mitsui Trust 300 UP 3 Citigroup Inc 347 DN 1 Citizen Holdings Co 522 DN 1 Clarion Co 139 DN 3 Comsys Holdings Corp 821 UP 12 Cosmo Oil Co 239 UP 2 Credit Saison Co 1310 DN 27 CSK Corp 343 DN 5 Dai Nippon Print Co 1057 UP 1 Dai-ichi Life Ins Co 121700 DN 2000 Daido Steel Co 459 UP 5 Daiei Inc 319 DN 7 (MORE)

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  • Pakistan foils capital bomb plot; missiles kill 3 Nov 26, 2021 09:58 AM

    • ISLAMABAD - Police arrested two would-be suicide bombers planning to attack a mosque and a government building in Pakistan's capital Friday, as local officials said another suspected U.S. missile strike near the Afghan border killed three alleged insurgents.
    • The military has responded by launching offensives in the remote northwest where the insurgents are based, and the U.S. has increased its barrage of missile attacks on those strongholds out of reach of the Pakistani army.
    • Police officer Bin Yamin said the detained men were linked to the Pakistani Taliban in the South Waziristan region, where the army has been fighting the militants since last year.
      • NKorea warns region is on brink of war Nov 26, 2021 09:15 AM

        • YEONPYEONG ISLAND, South Korea - North Korea warned Friday that U.S.-South Korean plans for military maneuvers put the peninsula on the brink of war, and appeared to launch its own artillery drills within sight of an island it showered with a deadly barrage this week.
        • The fresh artillery blasts were especially defiant because they came as the U.S. commander in South Korea, Gen. Walter Sharp, toured the South Korean island to survey damage from Tuesday's hail of North Korean artillery fire that killed four people.
        • None of the latest rounds hit the South's territory, and U.S. military officials said Sharp did not even hear the concussions, though residents on other parts of the island panicked and ran back to the air raid shelters where they huddled earlier in the week as white smoke rose from North Korean territory.
          • Another US missile strike kills 3 in Pakistan Nov 26, 2021 08:56 AM

            • MIR ALI, Pakistan - Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected U.S. missile strike has killed three alleged militants in the country's northwest.
            • It's the latest in a barrage of attacks by unmanned drones on the stronghold of Taliban fighters targeting American and NATO forces in Afghanistan.
            • The area is home to a mix of Afghan and Pakistani Taliban.
              • Officials pull out of CA bomb factory, cite danger Nov 26, 2021 08:49 AM

                • ESCONDIDO, Calif. - Explosives experts have pulled out of a northern San Diego County home with a large quantity of bomb-making materials because it's too dangerous.
                • The Sheriff's Department says "proactive operations on site have been suspended" and local, state and federal explosives experts are making plans to re-enter the home and remove hazardous materials.
                • Among other things, bomb technicians found what is believed to Pentaerythritol tetranitrate, or PETN, which was used in the 2001 airliner shoe-bombing attempt as well as in last month's airplane cargo bombs.
                  • All-night shop-a-thon: Black Friday draws crowds Nov 26, 2021 08:42 AM

                    • Bargain shoppers, braving rain or frigid weather, crowded the nation's stores and malls in the wee hours of the night to get their hands on deals from TVs to toys on Black Friday.
                    • In a bid to grab shoppers earlier on the traditional start to the holiday shopping season, a number of stores including Old Navy, Toys R Us and Sears opened on Thursday's Thanksgiving holiday.
                    • Toys R Us' 10 pm. opening at its flagship store in Times Square drew 1,500 shoppers, says CEO Jerry Storch.

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