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Goodluck Jonathan gets (slight) nod for Nigeria presidential run
Libya's path from desert to modern country – complete with ice rink
US, Russia spy swap: Why London is a hotbed of spies
Norway bomb plot shows reach of Al Qaeda-linked groups
What stigma? Burma (Myanmar) draws energy-hungry neighbors
At Shanghai Expo, Ahmadinejad polite despite China's support for Iran sanctions
British hear prejudice in US tone on BP oil spill
Turkey's work on Iran nuclear deal shows emerging diplomatic power
Yemen: Never mind Anwar al-Awlaki, the economy is a bigger threat
Fewer attacks by Somali pirates, but their net widens
Nigeria's president Goodluck Jonathan vows to hold clean elections
Israel diplomat expelled by Britain over Dubai assassination passport forgery
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Somali pirates: Does France have the most effective navy against the buccaneers?
Germany's Merkel meets Greece PM over debt bailout tensions
Turkey coup plot: 12 officers charged as government takes on military
In Marjah offensive, Afghan forces take the lead
Will Europe step in to bail out Greece?
Yemen: Why it’s a bigger problem for Saudi than US
Somali pirates fight over record ransom
To rein in Al Qaeda in Yemen, Britain taps its colonial past
Gaza border: Why Egypt is building a steel underground wall
Somali pirates seize oil tanker. Where are the anti-piracy forces?
Maersk Alabama: Should ships use armed guards to stop Somali pirates?
Agreement on climate change looks unlikely ahead of Copenhagen
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Why Somali pirates are hijacking yachts in Seychelles
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Detained at sea, Syrian refugees stranded in Egyptian limbo
China or Japan: Which wields more military clout?
For Mary Barra, ascent to top of GM started on the factory floor
Colombia: Could Bogota mayor's ousting shake FARC peace talks?
Pilot in Asiana crash was 'very concerned' about routine landing
Two-year budget deal struck: what you need to know (+video)
Ted Cruz walks out on Castro at Mandela memorial. Grandstanding?
Nelson Mandela: a beloved man of peace
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