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Murder of Tunisian leftist causes uproar

Tunisia was the site of the first blooming of the "Arab Spring." The assassination of Tunisian leftist politician Chokri Belaid by unknown gunmen has thrown this North African country into turmoil.

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Mali situation gets complicated

The bloodshed may be just starting.

Tunisian unions call off general strike

 Tunisia's union confederation called off the first planned nationwide general strike in 35 years at the last minute after the government yielded in talks with union leaders.

How to talk about Cuba, and have people listen

U. S. opinion surveys show majority support, even among Cuban-Americans, for normal U.S.-Cuba relations.

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Latin Americans meet without the “boss”

"It has cost us almost 70-80 years to have a meeting together with peoples of the Caribbean and without the boss from the North."

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Reagan and CIA belong in the dock with former Guatemalan dictator

Former general and president Efrain Rios Montt will face charges for genocide and crimes against humanity.

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Sexism, elections, and prison sentences for anti-fascists in Germany

There were tweets every minute and soon tens of thousands of electronic messages - all about sexual harassment and sexism in general.

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Mali: What does the future hold?

Troops from Mali, France and other African nations have captured the cities of Gao, Kidal and Timbuktu in Mali's arid Northeast.

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Berlusconi heaps praise on Mussolini

Berlusconi, a billionaire media titan, whose conservatives are polling second in voter surveys ahead of next month's election, spoke to reporters a during ceremony commemorating the Holocaust.

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