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Chile's Bachelet prepares next phase of education reform

Haiti picks election council to get back on democratic path

Much confusion, few answers, in Argentine prosecutor's death

Argentine president plans to dissolve spy agency after prosecutor's death

Signs North Korea restarting nuclear reactor

Tsipras Sets Collision Course for Greece After Syriza Victory

Alexis Tsipras, Greek 'Che Guevara' on the brink of power

Ousted Thai PM banned from politics, faces charges

Ousted Thai PM banned from politics, faces charges

Spanish economy seen entering a 'virtuous circle'

Greece’s Political Parties: a Brief Election Guide to Who’s Who

Tsipras Forged Path to Greek Power Via Texas Vow on Euro Future

Greek election: LIVE REPORT

Bergoglio OK'd slain priest sainthood cases

French protest against gay marriage turns violent

Anti-militias protesters attacked in Libya

Rios Montt: From army to dictatorship to courtroom

Child's pregnancy sets off Chile abortion debate

Egypt Names Interim President

SKorea's gay film maker in news over wedding plans

Deadly attack stokes Chile Mapuche conflict

Erdogan rejects 'dictator' claims

Protests get support from Brazilian soccer players

Chile Communists back Bachelet in president vote

AP sources: US close to OK on arming Syrian rebels

State broadcaster's end a blow to Greek identity

Protests get support from Brazilian players

Protesters and police clash outside Brazil stadium

Brazil officials reverse subway, bus fare hike

Brazilians protest high cost of hosting World Cup

Myanmar jails man for attack that sparked rioting

Spanish court drops subpoena of king's daughter

Bachelet: Chile left's hope in presidential vote

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

Argentina: Boot camp for a politically savvy pope

6 months post-Benghazi, Obama taps new Libya envoy

New pope tied up in Argentina's 'dirty war' debate

Malaysian politician defends Xenophon deportation

Greece orders striking ferry crews back to work

Pope names successor in Buenos Aires

SKorea's 1st female leader yet to hire many women

Tunisia Islamists say no new gov't as crisis grows

Tunisians head abroad to perform jihad

Tunisian PM says new Cabinet needed during crisis