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Complex US-Iran ties at heart of complicated Mideast policy

A look at America's complicated collage of a Mideast policy

Stocks gain on encouraging signs in spending and home sales

Markets snap higher at midday, led by gains in energy stocks

Goodluck Jonathan casts votes in Nigerian elections

TSX set for lower open due to global tensions

US offer for climate treaty: Up to 28 percent emissions cut

UK retail sales improve in February, boding well for economy

Scottish nationalists would block second Cameron government

Scottish nationalists would block second Cameron government - Salmond

Presidential challenger Buhari votes in Nigerian elections

NSW state election set to greenlight blockbuster energy sell-off

India's top three mobile phone operators spend $13.6 billion in airwaves...

Statoil sees Britain, Germany helping revive gas demand

Things to know about Nigeria, as country picks new president

Nigeria polls open

Former head of Petrobras testifies in Brazilian Congress

Greek PM says wants 'honest compromise' but not at any cost

EU weighs new methods to coax Israel back to peace talks

Nigeria election runs into second day after glitches, killings

ICC boss says more teams at next World Cup is unlikely

Children's lives at stake as donors meet for Syria summit

Children's lives at stake as donors meet for Syria summit – aid chiefs

ChemChina chairman says hopes to re-list Pirelli in Italy

GSK agrees UK deal for meningitis shot after Novartis stand-off

US, UN press Europe to make strong return to peacekeeping

Sri Lankan president seeks to mend ties with China after port suspension

UK's Labour warns of 'chaos' over Europe if PM Cameron wins election

Pirelli shares above ChemChina bid price after dividend announcement

Nigerian leader urges peaceful vote as elections loom

Sports Direct admits some 15,000 employed on zero hour contracts

Gulf equities slide as Saudi launches airstrikes on Yemen

French local election runoff to test far-right strength

New Afghan president warns of 'terrible threat' from Islamic State

China's Huawei Technologies 2014 profit grows 33 percent

Unease about immigration at core of UK election campaign

Campaign begins for most unpredictable UK election in years

Oil council: Shale won't last, Arctic drilling needed now

Japan says not bound by deadline to join AIIB, and not yet decided

UK growth revised higher at end of 2014, boosted by exports

Labour bid to court business overshadowed by ad row

Myanmar government, rebel groups sign draft cease-fire deal

Singapore stands still as nation bids farewell to founding father Lee

Nigeria president warns against bloodshed ahead of Saturday poll

Big-time programs battling for Final Four berths

Saudi response to Swedish criticism tests Europe's reach

Nigerians vote in first genuine contest since end of dictatorship

Opposition leader Buhari ahead in tight Nigerian election

South Korea sees gains for its infrastructure firms from joining AIIB

Nation's biggest nuclear firm makes a play for green money

Nigeria's Buhari gains early ground amid vote tally fears

Cautious China banks could sap Beijing's property stimulus efforts

China January-February industrial profits down 4.2 percent year-on-year,...

With big projects, Ethiopia shedding famine stereotype

Pirelli does not plan special dividend for ChemChina deal - sources

Heavy rains in northern Chile leave two dead, 20 missing

Signed contracts to buy US homes climb to 20-month high

French consumers more confident, PM upbeat on growth

Nigerians celebrate Buhari's election victory

Here's the pitch: House Whip Scalise can play hardball

Gunmen kill 15 in Nigeria during tense election

Nigeria opposition protests presidential vote in oil state

China's 'dancing grannies' irk neighbors, face new rules

WTA leader sees more growth via TV, fan input

AP Newsbreak: AP study projects average MLB salary tops $4M

Iran, Saudi Arabia fighting bloody proxy wars across region

Fast-food labor organizers plan actions for April 15

Cameron to meet queen, formally call knife-edge election