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Results of the March parliamentary elections in Kazakhstan
Ruling party seals expected victory in Kazakhstan vote

Nur Otan, the ruling party of energy-rich Kazakhstan, secured a landslide victory in parliamentary elections.

Ruling party seals expected victory in Kazakhstan vote
Trump: Celebrity billionaire, next US president?
Trump: Celebrity billionaire, next US president?

Donald Trump is a billionaire real estate tycoon with bravado to spare, a former reality television star who says winning is everything.

Trump: Celebrity billionaire, next US president?
70,000 sign petition to ban Trump from Britian
70,000 sign petition to ban Trump from Britian

Over 70,000 people sign a petition to ban Donald Trump from entering Britain after his call to bar Muslims from entering the United States.

70,000 sign petition to ban Trump from Britian
Trump scraps press event as black pastors deny endorsement
Trump scraps press event as black pastors deny endorsement

Donald Trump abruptly scrapped a news conference designed to showcase his support from black religious leaders, as African-American pastors lined up to deny they were willing to endorse the Republican frontrunner.

Trump scraps press event as black pastors deny endorsement
US Republicans move to dump Trump
US Republicans move to dump Trump

Many say the populist crazy talk is typical of the White House primaries, but Republican frontrunner Donald Trump's increasingly incendiary remarks are leading some conservatives to brand him a "fascist".

US Republicans move to dump Trump
Ranting Trump compares rival Carson to child molester
Ranting Trump compares rival Carson to child molester

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has unleashed a verbal assault on his nearest competitor Ben Carson, comparing him to a pedophile.

Ranting Trump compares rival Carson to child molester
Trump steps up insults of rivals on campaign trail
Trump steps up insults of rivals on campaign trail

Republican White House hopeful Donald Trump stepped up attacks on his campaign rivals, insisting none of them have the caliber to become the next president of the United States.

Trump steps up insults of rivals on campaign trail
Obama says 2016 hopefuls will get serious
Obama says 2016 hopefuls will get serious

Barack Obama says the plethora of candidates vying to succeed him as US president will be forced to exit "silly season" and be "more serious" as the 2016 general election nears.

Obama says 2016 hopefuls will get serious
Trump publishes new book 'Crippled America'
Trump publishes new book 'Crippled America'

Donald Trump revs up his race for the White House, releasing a new book outlining the ills of modern-day America and telling voters why he should be president.

Trump publishes new book 'Crippled America'
Bush rejects role of 'angry agitator' as he reboots White House bid
Bush rejects role of 'angry agitator' as he reboots White House bid

Jeb Bush vowed not to adopt the incendiary rhetoric of other Republican White House contenders, as he sought to reboot his floundering presidential campaign.

Bush rejects role of 'angry agitator' as he reboots White House bid
Bush admits campaign not going well, vows to 'fight on'
Bush admits campaign not going well, vows to 'fight on'

Jeb Bush acknowledged that his run for the Republican presidential nomination is going poorly but he pledged to "fight on."

Bush admits campaign not going well, vows to 'fight on'
Trump, Carson in spotlight as Republicans brace for debate
Trump, Carson in spotlight as Republicans brace for debate

Donald Trump, the longtime frontrunner in the Republican presidential race, gears up for battle in a third nationally televised candidates' debate, with fellow outsider Ben Carson hot on his heels.

Trump, Carson in spotlight as Republicans brace for debate
Trump: Dad's 'small loan' of $1 million got him started
Trump: Dad's 'small loan' of $1 million got him started

Donald Trump enjoys his reputation as a magnate whose own smarts and business savvy made him a billionaire, but he acknowledged that his father helped him out -- with a "small" million-dollar loan.

Trump: Dad's 'small loan' of $1 million got him started
US presidential candidate Carson in call to ban abortion
US presidential candidate Carson in call to ban abortion

Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson called for a ban on abortion in nearly all cases, and likened those seeking to terminate their pregnancies to slave owners, in comments certain to spark controversy.

US presidential candidate Carson in call to ban abortion
World would be better place if Saddam, Kadhafi still in power: Trump
World would be better place if Saddam, Kadhafi still in power: Trump

The world would be a better place if dictators such as Saddam Hussein and Moamer Kadhafi were still in power, top Republican US presidential hopeful Donald Trump said in comments aired.

World would be better place if Saddam, Kadhafi still in power: Trump
Clinton in campaign command after 'quite a week'
Clinton in campaign command after 'quite a week'

It's been a great week for Hillary Clinton.

Clinton in campaign command after 'quite a week'
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. ©Reuters/Ivan Alvarado
Cristina Kirchner: end of an era in Argentina

Cristina Kirchner, the fiery, unbending president who has dominated Argentine politics for 12 years along with her late husband Nestor, leaves a divisive legacy as the country elects her successor.

Cristina Kirchner: end of an era in Argentina
Biden says no to 2016 White House run
Biden says no to 2016 White House run

Vice President Joe Biden said he will not run for the White House in 2016, ending months of speculation that has stalked Hillary Clinton's campaign and threatened Democratic party unity.

Biden says no to 2016 White House run
Clinton faces Benghazi 'interrogation' Thursday
Clinton faces Benghazi 'interrogation' Thursday

Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton faces a congressional grilling over her role during and after the deadly attacks on the US mission in Benghazi.

Clinton faces Benghazi 'interrogation' Thursday
White House parries questions on Biden run
White House parries questions on Biden run

Barack Obama and his top aides struggled to fend off questions about Vice President Joe Biden's possible 2016 run, as rampant speculation threatened to eclipse the White House's political message.

White House parries questions on Biden run