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Africa gets taste for chocolate making

Saudi Arabia says IS group behind killing of 2 policemen

As Amazon parties on, some large fund managers take their leave

Actor William Shatner proposes pipeline to solve California drought

Stage Collapses During Ind. School Performance

Islamist fighters seize Syria's Jisr al-Shughour, army says redeploys

Thousands march in South Korea anti-government protest

Accused British 'flash crash' trader fights extradition to U.S.

Some police in US looking to body cameras on their own

Togo votes in election seen extending president's rule

Togolese leader set to extend rule in presidential election

Analysis - SEC's stock market reform club locks out retail brokers

SEC's stock market reform club locks out retail brokers

UK speed trader arrested over role in 2010 'flash crash'

Wartime climate in Saudi puts calls for reform on hold

After rescue, a long, agonizing wait for migrants in Italy

Cameron shifts tack as election campaign fails to shift dial

UK's Cameron shifts tack as election campaign fails to shift dial

IOC launches consultants register for 2024 Olympic bidding

The Latest: Captain and crew member arrested

Microsoft to announce new Xbox

Syrian rebels reeling from loss of Qusair

AP IMPACT: Commander of Nazi-led unit lives in US

Iran's reformists find spark in presidential race

Google asks to publish more US gov't information

Legal pot draws tourists to Colo., Wash., for 4/20

House chairman sees IRS errors as part of pattern

Pound: Drug-testing failing due to lack of will

French protest against gay marriage turns violent

Qld cold-case inquest told of violent men

Afghan troops hold their ground at high cost

Spike in violence in Iraq has echoes in the past

Woman describes Berlusconi's 'bunga bunga' parties

Small Fla. city anxious to learn jackpot winner

Gatland ready for Wallabies mind games

In Vietnam, a Cuban rat poison finds new market

Twister heals Ala. town fractured over immigration

Robot hot among surgeons but FDA taking fresh look

Blast Witness: Worst Thing I've Seen in My Life

149 die, more cry for help at Bangladesh collapse

Recalls this week: baby socks, infant clothing

Tear gas in Kenya as prime minister files suit

Before the conclave, horse-trading has begun

2 years after Duekoue, militia leader still free

2 years after Japan tsunami, debris spreads in US

AP Exclusive: Applying for Obama plan not easy

Libya's militarized youth feed into economic woes

AP Source: 3 former Miami coaches want case tossed

Chaotic influx of refugees to Lebanon stirs fears

Pakistani tribesmen pushing Taliban to talk peace

French ex-minister admits lying about bank account

Outgoing WellPoint CEO made over $20M last year

The South: A near-solid block against 'Obamacare'

Where to beat the market: small-cap foreign funds

Court: Can drug companies pay to delay generics?

Director: Film on Egypt's Jews cleared for showing

Underworld saint becoming more popular in US

Desperate, some fleeing Syria turn to prostitution

Senate panel casts year's first votes on gun curbs

Syrian jets bomb northern city overrun by rebels

Money fund disclosures not just about need to know

Another survivalist development in Idaho?

Garment factory fire kills 7 in Bangladesh

Jordan election touted as start of democratization

Algeria: Army rescues hostages, toll unclear

Singapore Grand Prix: Live Report

Cyprus banks reopen: Live Report

Bomb rips through Yemen air force bus, kills at least one

As protest looms, Cambodia's strongman Hun Sen faces restive, tech-savvy...

Florida to call on Labrador retrievers to stem Giant Snail invasion

SKorea rejects Boeing, says F-15 not good enough

At least three Briton killed in Kenya mall attack - UK Prime Minister...

Arab world searches for democratic future

Indian film "Kill the Rapist?" explores women's revenge

Direct link between Assad and gas attack elusive for U.S.

Coalition looks set to hold 90-plus seats

Syria weapons deal averts US military move for now

Analysis - Bribery scandal dents Big Pharma sales in China, GSK hardest hit

Afghans flock to colleges, even as Taliban loom