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    World News / Politics
    4/10/2023  22:41
    Leftist leads in Peru election but runoff likely
    A leftist former military officer who promises to favor the poor by redistributing Peru's mineral wealth was expected to win the most votes in Sunday's presidential elections but fall far short of the outright majority needed to avoid a runoff.
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    World News / Politics
    4/5/2023  21:33
    Islamists look for gains in Egypt's freer politics
    Islamic hard-liners, some of them heavily suppressed under three decades of Hosni Mubarak's regime, are enthusiastically diving into Egypt's new freedoms.
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    World News / Politics
    3/31/2011  21:20
    Portugal sets general election for June 5
    Portugal will hold early general elections on June 5, after the struggling eurozone member hit a political impasse over austerity measures, President Anibal Cavaco Silva announced.
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    World News / Politics
    3/29/2011  21:08
    Haiti postpones results of presidential election
    Haitians will have to wait at least a few more days to learn the preliminary results of their presidential election because of alleged irregularities and fraud uncovered at the vote-counting center, officials said Tuesday.
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    World News / Politics
    3/28/2011  21:20
    Carter visits Cuba amid dispute over contractor
    Former President Jimmy Carter met with religious leaders in Cuba on Monday as he began a trip to discuss economic policies and ways to improve Washington-Havana relations.
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    World News / Politics
    3/23/2011  22:57
    Portuguese PM quits after MPs reject austerity plan
    Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates resigned on the eve of a key EU summit on the eurozone debt crisis after parliament rejected his new austerity plan, increasing Lisbon's chances of seeking a bailout.
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    World News / Politics
    3/7/2023  21:24
    UK's Hague under pressure over botched Libya plan
    British Foreign Secretary William Hague came under fire after admitting a "serious misunderstanding" led to the seizing of a special forces team in a bungled mission to contact Libyan rebels.
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    World News / Politics
    2/28/2011  21:59
    Chavez says he won't condemn Libya's Gadhafi
    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said Monday that he won't condemn Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi and he warned the United States is preparing an invasion of the North African country.
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    World News / Politics
    2/26/2011  23:58
    UN Council slaps sanctions on Libya's Gadhafi
    The U.N. Security Council moved as a powerful bloc Saturday to try to halt Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's deadly crackdown on protesters, slapping sanctions on him, his children and top associates.
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    World News / Politics
    2/7/2023  20:18
    Ex-Philippine minister dies in apparent suicide
    A former Philippine military chief and cabinet minister who was under the spotlight after being accused of massive corruption died from a gunshot wound in an apparent suicide on Tuesday, authorities said.