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2015/04/25 08:09
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LONDON (AP) - Once, election campaigning meant knocking on doors, organizing meetings and licking stamps. Now it also includes honing hashtags, rallying retweets and clicking "like." In Britain's...
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2015/04/25 02:08
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CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) - The jailed mayor of Venezuela's capital may be released from prison to house arrest for health reasons. The Public Prosecutor's Office announced Friday night that the change...
2015/04/25 01:49
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CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan authorities requested on Friday that jailed opposition mayor Antonio Ledezma be granted home arrest due to medical problems, a move that could soften international...
2015/04/23 09:51
2015/04/23 09:51
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Salmond would be a dangerous man to let loose with the national finances The former SNP leader joked that he will be “writing the Labour Party budget” after the General Election. It is a joke that...
2015/04/22 14:06
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Note that the bill failed to attract a single Democratic co-sponsor in the House. This is not a bipartisan bill; it’s a Wyden-plus-Republicans bill, at least so far. Wallach starts (my emphasis...
2015/04/22 13:56
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PARIS: Pope Francis has held a private meeting with France's nominee as ambassador to the Holy See, the French government said on Wednesday in the latest twist in a months-long stand-off over the...
2015/04/21 21:44
2015/04/21 21:44
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CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — The powerful head of Venezuela's congress is suing three news outlets for publishing reports linking him to the drug trade. National Assembly chief Diosdado Cabello said...
2015/04/21 10:56
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PARIS: Top BNP Paribas banker Francois Villeroy de Galhau emerged as a possible candidate to replace the retiring governor of the Bank of France on Tuesday as he was named to lead a new...
2015/04/21 09:24
2015/04/21 09:24
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I have spent a lifetime shouting (privately) at the radio when I disagree with a piece of broadcast journalism. Normally by the time I arrive at the next set of traffic lights I’ve forgotten what it...
2015/04/20 17:06
2015/04/20 17:06
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While all eyes during the Summit of the Americas in Panama were on the hemisphere's presidents and political intrigues, such as the meeting between President Obama and Cuban President Castro or the...
2015/04/19 17:49
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BUDAPEST/WARSAW (Reuters) - What should have been Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's finest hour may be becoming his darkest. Investors are turning positive again on Hungarian assets,...
2015/04/19 16:41
2015/04/19 16:41
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Finland is voting to determine which coalition can lead the country out of a three-year recession. The ruling conservatives are pitted against their Socialist government partner and an...
2015/04/19 14:51
2015/04/19 14:51
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Ceremonies mark liberation of 2 Nazi camps 70 years agoCeremonies mark liberation of 2 Nazi camps 70 years ago Officials in Germany are solemnly commemorating the liberation of two Nazi concentration...
2015/04/19 07:48
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Neither of those things is true. The question that should be at the forefront of any U.S. foreign policy decision is: Who benefits? What would the Castro regime gain from the president's decision to...
2015/04/18 11:21
2015/04/18 11:21
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Family of Hitler's propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels sue publisher for royalties over biography that draws on his diary Cordula Schacht is representing the case against Random House Germany Her own...
2015/04/17 14:05
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Some, if not most, of the most accomplished jazz musicians in the world performed brilliantly at the United Nations on International Jazz Day, April 10, 2015, at the same time sanctifying with music a...
2015/04/17 10:27
2015/04/17 10:27
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Vincent Bollore attends the company's shareholders meeting in Paris, June 24, 2014. PARIS (Reuters) - Vivendi (VIV.PA) Chairman Vincent Bollore urged shareholders on Friday to back double voting...
2015/04/15 20:49
2015/04/15 20:49
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PARIS (Reuters) - A strike at France's public radio operation ran out of steam on Wednesday, journalists at the company said, ending four weeks of daily reminders to listeners that the unpopular...
2015/04/15 18:57
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PARIS: Nokia has struck a €15.6 billion (US$16.6 billion) deal to buy its rival Alcatel-Lucent to create the world's biggest supplier of mobile phone network equipment, both firms said Wednesday. The...
2015/04/15 15:53
2015/04/15 15:53
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Spain’s Socialist leader, Pedro Sánchez, has apologised after he accidentally voted for a law requiring girls under 18 to obtain parental consent for abortions. The law, introduced by the governing...
2015/04/25 08:09
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