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  • Muslim Brotherhood candidate eyeing history in Egypt

     
    Mohamed Morsi’s car stopped in front of his campaign headquarters. It was hours past dark, but the building was alive with chatter. Its florescent lights illuminated an entire block on Mounsour Street, which 16-months ago was a bloody battleground...
  • Japanese utility admits it failed to plan for tsunami disaster

     
    The Japanese electrical utility that operated the now-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power complex acknowledged Wednesday that its managers were "too optimistic" that a devastating earthquake- and tsunami-triggered disaster would never occur....
  • French vote in election that could cement power for the left

     
    Voters in France went to the polls Sunday to elect members of the lower house of parliament, the National Assembly. The runoff election could see the French left and newly elected President Francois Hollande cement their power....
  • Israel watches Egyptian elections as rockets hit its south

     
    As voting in Egypt is underway, Israel remains watchful and official speakers mostly quiet, waiting for results before commenting but rockets launched at southern Israel over the weekend as voting began are a reminder of the sensitive situation....
  • IMF warns euro crisis at 'critical stage,' urges swift action

     
    The International Monetary Fund warned Thursday that the Eurozone crisis has reached a "critical stage" and expressed fears for the future of the common currency unless the 17 nations that use it swiftly integrate their banking and fiscal policies....
  • China counters U.S., says exports limited to protect rare earths

     
    China says its prized rare earths, minerals needed to make smartphones, televisions and hybrid cars, are dwindling after decades of excessive mining. In a new government report that argues for continued controls, China argues the industry has been...
  • Jewish settlers agree to voluntary evacuation of outpost

     
    Thirty Jewish families have agreed to evacuate their homes in the West Bank outpost of Ulpana and avoid confrontation with Israeli authorities acting on a court order to evict them, Israeli media reported....
  • Initial exit polls in Greece show a dead heat

     
    The first exit polls in Greece's election show a dead heat between the conservative New Democracy party and the far-left group Syriza. The election could determine Greece's fate in the Eurozone....
  • Aung San Suu Kyi makes historic address to British lawmakers

     
    Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi of Myanmar makes a historic address to both houses of the British Parliament. The longtime democracy activist is the first foreign woman and first Asian to address the joint assembly....
  • Suu Kyi to accept her Nobel in person; others didn't [Video]

     
    Aung San Suu Kyi was to give her Nobel Peace Prize lecture on Saturday in Oslo, 21 years after she got the award. Suu Kyi had long feared leaving Myanmar because she didn’t know if its military junta would let her return. The video above shows her...
  • Suu Kyi falls ill on first day of European tour [Video]

     
    On the first day of a whirlwind trip through Europe, famed Myanmar democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi fell ill, throwing up in the middle of a news conference in Switzerland....