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Nine killed in Tunisian anti-terrorism operations

Nigeria election runs into second day after glitches, killings

New leader for Nigeria: new era too?

As Nigeria celebrates Buhari's stunning win, challenges loom

Presidential challenger Buhari votes in Nigerian elections

Cuba proposes quick start to human rights dialogue with U.S

Singapore bids farewell to Lee Kuan Yew in elaborate funeral

Things to know about Nigeria, as country picks new president

Boko Haram kills 41, prevents hundreds voting in Nigeria

IBM to invest $3 billion in 'Internet of Things' unit

Prada to pamper clients to prop up sales as 2014 net falls 28 percent

Nigeria new leader Muhammadu Buhari has strict reputation

Hong Kong retail rents drop as Chinese shoppers stop

Things to know about Nigeria's 2 front-runners in vote

India's upstart anti-graft party shows signs of unraveling

US military aid released to Egypt boosts leader's legitimacy

Liberal Dems, GOP cling to hope Warren runs for president

Fast-food labor organizers plan actions for April 15

Gunmen kill 15 in Nigeria during tense election

Complex US-Iran ties at heart of complicated Mideast policy

About 4,000 fishermen stranded on Indonesian islands

In Thailand, a mercurial junta leader known for sharp tongue

China tightens grip on discourse, ideology

AP Interview: Wieseltier fears for Israel's future

Turkish PM vows new gesture aimed to cool protests

Iran reformists dance in streets for new president

Infrastructure levy on all new homes

Prominent youth activist detained in Egypt

Anti-militias protesters attacked in Libya

Gay marriage becomes legal in New Zealand

Greece sticks with austerity, seeks debt relief

Column: Augusta has women, but hardly a leader

Today in History for May 4th

Egypt convicts NGO workers, including 16 Americans

NSA whistleblowers say agency casts wide net

Spanish court drops subpoena of king's daughter

Eureka flag to go on display at new home

Sweepstakes donors' checks may have been bundled

Pirate Party has electoral breakthrough in Iceland

Gadhafi's son appears in Libya court case delayed

Growing number of Australian farmers take to social media to defend their...

Chile Communists back Bachelet in president vote

Foreign preacher takes rare turn on Vietnam stage

Sales of camp sites throw Girl Scouts into turmoil

In Venezuela, voice of dissent lowering volume

Deadly attack stokes Chile Mapuche conflict

Maduro certified as election winner amid protests

Foundation cuts guild ties to newspaper

Egypt justice minister submits resignation

NY gov wants new anti-corruption enforcement unit

Liberals balk at Obama's 2nd-term overtures to GOP

Liberal Jews see a victory in proposed prayer area

Greece in new turmoil as coalition ally pulls out

Bachelet: Chile left's hope in presidential vote

Condoleezza Rice writing book on democracy

Zimbabwe to vote on new constitution

Zimbabwe groups plan to boycott vote monitoring

Rights groups: Zimbabwe police intensify threats

Falkland Islanders vote with an eye on Argentina

Myanmar president welcomes closer Australia ties

GI admits leaks, accuses military of 'bloodlust'

Wash. high court strikes supermajority for taxes

Egypt opposition leader calls for election boycott

Taiwan media kingpin pushes hard on China ties

In death, Facebook photos could fade away forever

Israel identifies Australian at heart of spy saga

Egypt's women fighting back against sex assaults

Tunisians head abroad to perform jihad

Tunisian PM says new Cabinet needed during crisis

Kenya holds 1st presidential debate

Italy's 10 'sages' try to help form government

Privately owned daily newspapers return to Myanmar

NJ professor's quixotic quest to be Iran president

AP Analysis: In Mideast, partial deal tantalizes

Zimbabwe police ignore order to free top lawyer

Barbs of racism, anti-Semitism in NY school clash

PNG minister wants bill to force MPs to show up

Brandis warns new laws could outlaw debate

Hundreds honor information activist Swartz in NYC

Barack Obama's second inaugural address

Legacy in mind, Obama aides form web of influence