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Reporter covering prosecutor's death leaves Argentina

Greenpeace seeks to exclude journalists from Peru case

US MasterCards will soon work in Cuba

A look at the hostages believed held by Islamic State group

Nicolas Cage to go after Bin Laden in 'Army of One'

Obama meets wife of pastor jailed in Iran

Ex-Salvador ambassador, critic of US foreign policy, dies

Japan weighs ransom in Islamic State threat to kill hostages

Japan hostage mother to make last minute appeal

US spies tapped North Korean computers prior to Sony attack

IS threatens to kill Japan hostages, Tokyo vows not to give in

For first-time visitor, Havana is charming - and complicated

First U.S. Envoy Heads to Cuba to Start Normalization Talks

Japanese reporter's bid to save friend led to IS abduction

Clock ticking for Japanese IS hostages

Japan condemns IS execution, demands remaining hostage release

Q&A: A look at Japan and 2 being held by Islamic State group

A mother pleads as Japan hostage deadline passes

Obama urges new war powers, vows US stands by terror victims

US: Unclear After Cuba Talks if New Policy Works

AUSTRALIAN OPEN SCENE: Forget tennis, let's talk twirling

Iran's foreign minister summoned to parliament over walk with Kerry

'Stop Terrorising Our World' is message on Paris catwalk

IS Militants Threaten to Kill Japan Hostages

Charlie Hebdo protests erupt across southern Asia

Australian Open Scene: McHale's recovery, Nadal's shorts

Shiite rebels shell Yemen president's home, take over palace

AUSTRALIAN OPEN SCENE: Nishikori hails Li Na's leadership

AUSTRALIAN OPEN SCENE: Love in the air at Djokovic match

Iraq coalition tensions emerge in Islamic State fight

Obama aims to halt perception of passive president

Between economy and trouble, Obama approval steady

WikiLeaks case file fight moves to federal court

US secrets leaker has options to stay in Hong Kong

US spy programs raise ire both home and abroad

Journalist in US surveillance case: More to come

Obama tests political might in Boston, Miami

Abuse and cash-grabs: tennis's bad dads

Buenos Aires launches tours for Argentine pope

Holder says he played no role in AP phone subpoena

Tale of Mexican drug violence rattles Cannes

Prominent youth activist detained in Egypt

Denver Post wins Pulitzer for coverage of massacre

Details on the 2013 Pulitzer Prize winners

Ex-AP writer McArthur, who covered Vietnam, dies

Qatar faces backlash among rebel groups in Syria

Top political appointees use secret email accounts

NY town eyes limit on use of Plum Island

Does France have right plan to revive its economy?

Obama nominates 3 to appeals court, testing GOP

Egypt convicts NGO workers, including 16 Americans

Incoming WTO director seeks 'negotiating pillar'

Post-attack, top reporter worries his cover blown

US calls for NKorea amnesty for sentenced American

Mandela's Daughter Explains Icon's Health

Five days of fear: What happened in Boston

Boston Suspects Mother Regrets Moving to U.S.

Cuban-American politicians decry Beyonce Cuba trip

Parents talk about journalist kidnapped in Syria

Born in war and poverty, youth don't abandon Iraq

Christians say they were tortured in Libya

Before the conclave, horse-trading has begun