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In first UK election TV encounter, Labour's Miliband shrugs off 'geek'...

After Lee, no sign of welcome home for Singapore's dissidents

In first UK election TV encounter, Miliband shrugs off 'geek' accusations

Shiite rebels call for Yemen offensive as US troops evacuate

Greece: 5 jailed for militant anarchist attacks

Bergoglio OK'd slain priest sainthood cases

Allende's legacy strong 40 years after Chile coup

Maya Angelou mourns death of poet Amiri Baraka

Mozambicans to vote on Wednesday

China's Xi calls for tighter ideological control in universities

Syriza Massages Foreign-Policy as It Smells Power in Greece

Today in History for May 5th

Khmer Rouge's Ieng Sary dies amid genocide trial

Is Tunisia falling apart? Here's what's going on

Sri Lankan mass grave dates back 25 years

Nepal's Maoist chief loses seat in elections

Eritrean refugees rally in Rome after shipwreck tragedy

Chef who slapped Nepal Maoist chief to fight election

Former AP editor recalls covering 1973 Chile coup

Colombia's FARC may face alternative justice, not impunity

Starbucks to sell home-grown coffee to the Colombians

Colombia's FARC talks at 'critical' stage, government negotiator says

Ex-leader of Germany's Left Party dies at age 71

Vietnam offers free Marxism courses to draw takers

Church warns of 'foreign intervention' in Sri Lanka

120 years after birth, Mao's presence lingers

Greens can't hide loopy policies: Abetz

Escaped Greek terrorist vows to fight govt

Nepal's parliament to elect new PM after breakthrough

China's Xi warns party of corruption scourge

China's Xi warns party of corruption scourge

Nepal's new coalition government sworn in

Founder of Liberation Theology hailed at Vatican

Colombia president starts new term, warns FARC to halt attacks

Mozambique ceasefire a beginning, not the end, say analysts

David Cronenberg writes first novel, 'Consumed'

Good Bye Marx! Hungary cleans up for Orban's revolution

Canada's TV watchdog to ignore Netflix, Google after data denial

Year after Haiyan, some move on, others agonize

Brazil's Dilma Rousseff, from guerrilla to president

Frustrated multinationals look to trim China-based staff

Kurds key in fight against Islamic State group

Outrage over Indian lawmaker's 'rape' threat