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Hong Kong 'business as usual' as activists vow to fight on

UK lawmakers say want China envoy summoned over Hong Kong ban

MPs say want China envoy summoned over Hong Kong ban

Thousands protest election results in Poland

Occupy Hong Kong’s End Start of ‘Permanent’ Political Unrest

Occupy Hong Kong’s End Start of ‘Permanent’ Political Unrest

Occupy Hong Kong’s End Start of ‘Permanent’ Political Unrest

Young UN climate activists passionate, frustrated

Spain angers rights activists with tough new security law

Iraqi man who lost five sons to AIDS in weary fight for justice

US co-opted Cuba's hip-hop scene to spark change

Cautious enforcer to be China's next premier

Courting Asia, Obama finds that the world intrudes

Cuba critics look to test government on travel law

Myanmar's Suu Kyi firm on constitutional change

Analysis - Brazil and U.S., like star-crossed lovers, foiled again

Berlusconi vows to stay in politics even if banned

Japan tells world to stand up to China or face consequences

Malaysia's Anwar furious after Japan bars entry

Hotlines mark return of Egypt's security agencies

Invigorated military, careful diplomacy halted DR Congo's M23

US Supreme Court could remove election donation limits

Kerry: US, India need to tackle global warming

Radical monks, prejudice fuel Myanmar violence

Protesters back in streets of Brazilian cities

Brazil protesters keep up pressure on government

Ukraine Parliament plagued by multiple voting

Kejriwal: India's anti-graft crusader turned politician

Nelson Mandela, 20th century colossus, dies at 95

Suu Kyi urges 'freedom from fear' on World AIDS Day

New govt focused on prosperity: GG

'Stable but critical' Mandela responds to treatment

Lippi’s Guangzhou raise the bar in Asian football

Senators Unveil Immigration Bill, Vow Passage

Report: US resorted to torture after 9/11 terror

Bahrain GP to be held amid rights concerns

Margaret Thatcher in her own words

US military expands its drug war in Latin America

International officials discuss UN force for Mali

Chinua Achebe, celebrated Nigerian novelist, dies

Egypt army chief Sisi says he will run for president: report

Ferry tragedy turns local S. Korea polls into referendum

Philippine senator turns self in on graft charge, vows to rise again

Thai army rulers prepare emergency economic measures

Spain's next king speaks of unity in first speech

Thai screening of Orwell's 1984 axed after coup

Stumbling Thai economy lends urgency to junta's revival efforts

Ukrainian energy firm hires Biden son as lawyer

Thousands join republican march in Spain

Thai army chief to press political rivals on compromise

With Cup a month away, a lot to be done in Brazil

Correction: European Elections story

Poland's Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski dies at 90

Obama's speech gets mixed response overseas