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Women: the invisible issue in Japan's election

AP PHOTOS: Political campaigning, Japan-style

Fisher by-election: Labor candidate Nat Cook in box seat for upset over...

Rights group calls for ICC probe of Nigerian presidential candidate

By-election win for Labor gives Weatherill Government majority

German FA boss wants to improve FIFA's image

Pauline Hanson to unveil Qld seat bid

Trip to Tunisia: ANU's Therese Pearce Laanela tracks democratic elections...

Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa sworn into office, leads race to succeed Mugabe

IOC already at work on implementing Bach's reforms

US will bid for 2024 Olympics

Jeb Bush Takes New Step Toward a White House Run

Paul: Trade with Cuba 'probably a good idea'

Abe's ruling party favored to win Japan vote

Wartime, Hollywood photographer Phil Stern dies

U.S. will bid for 2024 Summer Games, city undecided

Bach welcomes US decision to bid for 2024 Olympics

Zambia president Scott rejects cabinet's call for resignation

Liberia reschedules senate vote for December 20 despite Ebola

EU promises Greece 'lighter surveillance'

Greek central banker says systemic risks low but vigilance needed

Iowa and New Hampshire voters will listen before they judge Bush

UN envoy visits Syria for Aleppo truce talks

Final protest site dismantled in Hong Kong

No doubt now: Jeb Bush eyeing 2016 race

Jeb latest Bush to launch US presidential bid

Jeb Bush (almost) announces he'll 'explore' candidacy

Mars One: WA team plans to generate 'breathable air' on the Red Planet,...

Liberals need to show unity as another SA by-election looms: Clem Macintyre

Haiti president meets with opposition amid unrest

Haiti awaits new government after prime minister resigns

Greece's Samaras: saved or shipwrecked?

Israelis want Netanyahu out but don't see better choice: poll

Indian Kashmir's tense city votes as Modi seeks power

Study sheds light on how humans tamed wild horses

Sri Lankan government denies using state resources to skew poll

Greek central banker says systemic risks low but vigilance needed