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Mexico City steps up dog neutering drive after killings
Mexico City steps up dog neutering drive after killings

- Hundreds of Mexico City residents brought poodles, labradors and chihuahuas to mobile sterilization units Thursday as the city stepped up a campaign to reduce the number of street dogs after a string of deadly attacks.

Mexico City steps up dog neutering drive after killings
Netanyahu launches re-election bid centred on Iran
Netanyahu launches re-election bid centred on Iran

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday put Iran at the top of on his re-election campaign, pledging that halting Tehran's nuclear programme would be his first priority as premier.

Netanyahu launches re-election bid centred on Iran
Italy election campaign kicks off as Monti quits
Italy election campaign kicks off as Monti quits

Italy's election campaign kicked off in earnest on Saturday after Prime Minister Mario Monti's resignation opened the way for a contest dominated by a raging debate over austerity in the recession-hit country.

Italy election campaign kicks off as Monti quits
German opposition launches bid to topple Merkel
German opposition launches bid to topple Merkel

Germany's opposition Social Democrats will on Sunday launch their campaign to unseat Chancellor Angela Merkel next year, throwing their backing behind her former finance minister to challenge her.

German opposition launches bid to topple Merkel
With Romney filing, 2012 election spending tops $2 bn
With Romney filing, 2012 election spending tops $2 bn

Republican Mitt Romney raised $85.9 million in the final weeks of the White House race, his campaign said Thursday, bringing the total spent on the presidential election to a record $2 billion.

With Romney filing, 2012 election spending tops $2 bn
Independent presidential candidate Ahn Cheol-Soo.
Software mogul slams S. Korean presidential politics

South Korean software mogul Ahn Cheol-Soo formally ended his popular independent presidential campaign Monday with a withering criticism of the country's entrenched left-right political divide.

Software mogul slams S. Korean presidential politics
Anti-diabetes flashmob in Almaty. Photo by Vladimir Dmitriyev©
Almaty anti-diabetes flashmob made CIS record

A flashmob in support of anti-diabetes campaign was held in Almaty and made it into the CIS Book of Records.

Almaty anti-diabetes flashmob made CIS record
Sarkozy denies receiving money from L'Oreal heiress: report
Sarkozy denies receiving money from L'Oreal heiress: report

Ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy has told judges he received no money from France's richest woman, Liliane Bettencourt, amid allegations that his 2007 election campaign was illegally financed.

Sarkozy denies receiving money from L'Oreal heiress: report
Sarkozy escapes indictment in illegal campaign finance case
Sarkozy escapes indictment in illegal campaign finance case

Former president Nicolas Sarkozy on Thursday avoided indictment in an investigation into allegations that his 2007 election campaign was financed with funds secured illegally from France's richest woman.

Sarkozy escapes indictment in illegal campaign finance case
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US vows to attack 'flaws' in UN Human Rights Council

The United States on Monday won a new term on the UN Human Rights Council and vowed to renew its campaign to put right "flaws" in the controversial body.

US vows to attack 'flaws' in UN Human Rights Council
US re-elected President Barack Obama. Photo courtesy of chinadaily.com.cn
Obama cries as he thanks campaign workers

In the most candid and emotional scene ever captured of Barack Obama on camera, the normally composed US president teared up as he told young campaign workers of his pride in them.

Obama cries as he thanks campaign workers
Kid Rock performs at a campaign rally for U.S. Republican presidential nominee and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. ©REUTERS
Kid Rock rocks out at Romney's final campaign rally

He may not be The Boss, but The Kid lent his high-octane rock & roll late Monday to the final rally of Mitt Romney's 18-month campaign, on the eve of the US presidential election.

Kid Rock rocks out at Romney's final campaign rally
Romney 'enjoying' US campaign's final days
Romney 'enjoying' US campaign's final days

As Mitt Romney's campaign bus rolled through the make-or-break state of Ohio earlier this week, the White House hopeful turned to aides in an unguarded moment to say how much he was enjoying himself.

Romney 'enjoying' US campaign's final days
Romney, Obama power into final weekend
Romney, Obama power into final weekend

President Barack Obama and Republican foe Mitt Romney Saturday power into a final weekend of campaigning before handing their fates to voters after a bitter, gruelling White House race.

Romney, Obama power into final weekend
Obama campaign worries storm could impact turnout
Obama campaign worries storm could impact turnout

President Barack Obama's jittery campaign voiced fears Sunday that Hurricane Sandy could hurt his re-election chances by reducing turnout, as the storm forced both candidates to cancel campaign stops.

Obama campaign worries storm could impact turnout
Romney: Obama riding a sinking ship
Romney: Obama riding a sinking ship

Republican White House hopeful Mitt Romney said President Barack Obama's campaign was "taking on water", as the rivals barnstormed across toss-up states while seeking swing votes two weeks before election day.

Romney: Obama riding a sinking ship
Boxer Klitschko brings star power to Ukraine vote
Boxer Klitschko brings star power to Ukraine vote

An excited crowd reached out to touch Ukrainian boxing star Vitali Klitschko as he went on the campaign trail for his corruption-busting party ahead of October 28 parliamentary polls.

Boxer Klitschko brings star power to Ukraine vote
The man on a mission to debunk Obama 'myth'
The man on a mission to debunk Obama 'myth'

He did nothing for African-Americans, left the poor even poorer, his health care reform was a step backwards, and he may yet let another financial disaster erupt on his watch.

The man on a mission to debunk Obama 'myth'
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Political standoff has US on path to 'fiscal cliff'

As the US candidates battle it out in the final weeks of the campaign another showdown looms, with the world's largest economy coasting towards a potentially disastrous "fiscal cliff."

Political standoff has US on path to 'fiscal cliff'
Scotland secures terms for 2014 independence vote
Scotland secures terms for 2014 independence vote

Britain's prime minister and Scotland's first minister have fired the starting gun on a two-year campaign for the hearts and minds of Scottish voters ahead of an independence referendum to be held in 2014.

Scotland secures terms for 2014 independence vote