Briefing

'It feels very much like back to square one.'

1. LYLE KERCHER, brother of slain British woman Meredith Kercher, after Amanda Knox's conviction in the murder case was overturned

'Haircuts are inevitable for other countries too.'

2. VICKY PRYCE, an economist, on the euro-zone debt crisis; Greece admitted that it won't meet its deficit-reduction targets, renewing economic fears

'I don't hate capitalism. I don't hate rich people.'

3. HENRY JAMES FERRY, an Occupy Wall Street protester in New York City, calling on tycoons to pay a higher tax rate

'You want to be Commander in Chief? You can start by standing...

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