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In Libya, Al Qaeda banner flies over Benghazi: false flags or true colors?

Al Qaeda's black flag was recently spotted flying atop the Libyan city of Benghazi's courthouse, according to news reports and video footage posted on the Internet.

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Greece - and the world - at the crossroads

Socialist Prime Minister George Papandreou of Greece stunned the world with his announcement of a national referendum on new austerity measures.

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Eurozone chiefs rage at Greek PM, global unions demand Robin Hood tax

The Greek people and eurozone leaders both seem to be furious at Greece Prime Minister George Papandreou's referendum announcement.

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Interview with Chilean student leader Camila Vallejo: They'll see that it's worthwhile

She's president of the Chilean Students' Federation, and a picture of Karl Marx hangs in her office. Camila Vallejo, 23 years old, has been instrumental in propelling Chile's student movement, mobilized now for almost six months.

Union leaders to G20: World must focus recovery on workers, jobs

World leaders must pivot and focus the international economy - and its recovery - on getting workers into jobs, union leaders will tell international leaders meeting in Cannes, France.

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UNESCO grants Palestine membership: Bethlehem, Dead Sea could gain world heritage status

Palestine became UNESCO's 195th member on Monday.

Bolivia: the trouble over TIPNIS, a 21st century challenge

The proposal for a 191 mile segment of highway that would pass through Bolivia's TIPNIS natural reserve and indigenous property is drawing strong protests and heated debate.

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Call goes out for solidarity with striking Colombian palm oil workers

Thousands of palm oil workers are now on a general strike in Colombia.

Big win for the center-left forces in Argentine elections

Argentine voters rewarded President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner for a booming economy with a big reelection victory.

The Left Party still relevant in Germany

The Left dropped to about half its 12 percent high; it was weakened or defeated in seven elections in 2011.

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