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Allies of former centre-right prime minister demand delay in hearing over whether he should be expelled from parliament.
The United States has belatedly realised that it should focus on building closer economic ties with African countries.
Becoming a "deportation nation" seems to be a step necessary to justify amnesty for the unwanted immigrants left behind.
Foreign minister insists Argentine judge will question suspects over 1994 bombing in Buenos Aires after Iranian denial.
Obama's nominee for CIA director questioned by Senate panel about drone policies and harsh interrogation techniques.
Secretary of state shows rare outburst of anger in hearing over deadly attack on US consulate in Libya.
We discuss Mali's crisis, plus, what the Senate's disabilities vote says about US politics.
Output from unconventional oil operations may show some growth ahead, but there is no "golden age" on the horizon.
In Brazil cordiality can be a mark of chivalry, but it can also be a foil for a culture in which conflict is avoided.
Thirty-eight defendants are alleged to have laundered money to win votes in Congress.
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