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Venezuelans fret Maduro measures may slow U.S. visas

Bank of England says fraud office investigating liquidity auctions

UK report: Spy agencies should seek female recruits online

U.S. army chief says 'very concerned' at UK defense cuts: Daily Telegraph

Holder says U.S. malls should 'step up' security - CNN

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Holder says U.S. malls should 'step up' security: CNN

U.S. ambassador meets Yemen's Hadi in Aden

Vatican condemns leaking of documents showing power struggle

Britain's UKIP pledges to return immigration levels to 'normality'

Swansea striker Gomis collapses during Premier League match

US pushes back on Venezuela's order to slash embassy staff

Bill O'Reilly's partisan critics stepping up attack

New Mexico students join others in nation against new tests

Business activity lifted in February as central banks loosen up

House committee subpoenas Clinton emails in Benghazi probe

Israeli leader under fire for costly lifestyle

Girl's suicide after alleged attack troubles town

Details on the 2013 Pulitzer Prize winners

Recruit says Miami has done enough in NCAA mess

Top political appointees use secret email accounts

Ugandan police end seizure of daily after 10 days

Chicago Sun-Times lays off photography staff

Germany's top-selling tabloid to introduce paywall

Vandal obscures Rolf Harris paintings

Bordeleau named as Providence Journal top editor

Gunmen raid 4 newspaper offices in Baghdad

Students: Censure NY college prof for rape blog

AP Interview: Peres, at 90, still going strong

UK study: Violence more likely among vets, troops

Peter Ryan remains in Victorian cabinet

Conde Nast launches slate of original programming

Union backs NSW child protection move

Ombudsman slams development 'conflict of interest'

Bork: Nixon offered next high court vacancy in '73

Nigeria extremists claim abduction of 7 foreigners

Today in History for Monday, February 18th

More cuts at Fairfax as earnings drop

NM college letting suspended paper publish again

Europe's financial crisis leads to suicide surge

Privately owned daily newspapers return to Myanmar

Shivs, more on display at historic Philly prison

RBA victim of cyber attacks

Slayings highlight risks of 'gun therapy' for vets

1st woman to lead in combat 'thrilled' with change

Indonesian governor inspires, but can he deliver?

Russian adoption ban wrenching for families in US

Caseworker vacancy rate 10% in NSW

Fairfax axes 45 jobs

U.S. Officials say 'no smoking gun' implicating Assad in chemical attack

ECB's Draghi seen pushing credibility of low rates promise

Parkinson's Australia disappointed research may not have been carried out...

World Cup host Qatar must end 'exploitation': Amnesty

Shutdown makes US 'less desirable' for science

Guinea opposition calls for election to be annulled

EA's fast-rising sports games chief Wilson named as CEO

California city becomes rarity: a 2 newspaper town

Despite odds, Calif. city becomes 2 newspaper town

ICAC hears phone tap outlining Ryde mayor Ivan Petch's plan to 'crucify'...

Snowden says he wants asylum in Russia

Britain to review Huawei's UK-based cyber center

Ita Buttrose vows to shame governments into acting on aged care after...

A family dynasty gives up The Post

A-Rod to appeal 211-game ban, 12 others penalized

South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill reveals false tweeter and...

New NSA revelations stir congressional concern

Venezuela gov't lawmaker hurls gay slurs at foes

Fla. education chief resigns amid grading scandal

Panel: UN reliance on private security firms grows

Melanoma rates for under 40s falling in Queensland, study finds

Portuguese unions hold major anti-austerity strike