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Spain's anti-austerity Podemos neck-to-neck with mainstream parties - poll

Spain's anti-austerity Podemos neck-to-neck with mainstream parties: poll

Oil edges up as Iran uncertainty, Yemen turmoil support

From red tape to red carpet and then some

US new home sales up 2.3 percent in April

US productivity grew at modest annual rate in 1Q

Social media to boost $4bn tourism market

US consumers cut spending 0.2 pct. in April

Chileans get spot to indulge in frowned-on siestas

Merkel backs 'open-ended' Turkey's EU talks

Governors: Looming cuts threaten economic gains

Jump in factory growth lifts hopes for US economy

Eurozone recovery hopes raised again

African stocks offer untapped opportunities

$20m sponsorship from 7 companies for Istanbul bid

Survey finds China manufacturing hits 2-year high

Kerry: Climate change a 'life-threatening issue'

Slovenia to liquidate two small banks as bailout looms

Euro zone private sector growth beats forecasts in August - PMIs

Insight - Zombie borrowers haunt China's shadow banks

ECB's Draghi seen pushing credibility of low rates promise

Brighter US economy makes Fed tapering more likely

Euro zone business activity growing faster than thought in September: PMI

World Bank lowers East Asia growth forecast to 7.1%

Rudd navy policy enrages NSW govt

Clash over sex worker rights in rural Australia

German private sector grows in August at strongest rate since January: PMI

In U.S., China, Europe, data points to global rebound

Dems pin immigration hopes on GOP's Ryan

Witch hunts in Papua New Guinea linked to jealousy

Obama courts Africa's business on trip's final leg

Australia must diversify economy: report

Vanguard exec shares outlook, fears bond bubble

Exxon: US energy revival has staying power

US colleges look to foreign students

Steady US housing recovery is boosting economy

No surprises at Angola's 2nd election in 20 years

Philippines says Haiyan, other storms curb growth

South Korea's exports for November rise to $47.92 bln

Pain catches up with Slovenia as banks finally face post-Communist era

World tourist numbers surge