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Russia-US ties 'more important' than Snowden scandal: Putin
Russia-US ties 'more important' than Snowden scandal: Putin

President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday said Moscow's relations with Washington outweighed the "squabbles" over a spying scandal revealed by US fugitive Edward Snowden, who has applied for asylum in Russia.

Russia-US ties 'more important' than Snowden scandal: Putin
Latin America demands answers from US on spying
Latin America demands answers from US on spying

From its neighbor Mexico down to Argentina, Latin American nations are demanding answers from the United States after a report of vast US spying on close allies and leftist critics alike.

Latin America demands answers from US on spying
China-Pakistan friendship 'sweeter than honey': Sharif
China-Pakistan friendship 'sweeter than honey': Sharif

Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday told his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang their countries' relationship was "sweeter than honey".

China-Pakistan friendship 'sweeter than honey': Sharif
Australia PM says opposition risks Indonesia ties
Australia PM says opposition risks Indonesia ties

Australia's new prime minister Kevin Rudd said Friday the conservative opposition's proposal to turn back asylum-seeker boats risked inciting conflict with Indonesia.

Australia PM says opposition risks Indonesia ties
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A woman's face drives relationship length: study

Men looking for a quick fling prefer women with more "feminine" facial features, said a study Friday that delved into the evolutionary determinants of the mating game.

A woman's face drives relationship length: study
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Cuba says talks with US on renewing mail 'fruitful'

Cuba described its dialogue with the United States on resuming postal service "fruitful" but warned there would likely be little progress if the US embargo on Cuba stays in place.

Cuba says talks with US on renewing mail 'fruitful'
Obama to confront Xi on cyber spying
Obama to confront Xi on cyber spying

President Barack Obama will tell Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping that he must deal with cyber spying and hacking of US targets that originate inside his country when they meet for talks this week.

Obama to confront Xi on cyber spying
Hungary moves to ease tensions after Orban Nazi slur
Hungary moves to ease tensions after Orban Nazi slur

Hungary has sought to ease tensions with Berlin after Prime Minister Viktor Orban asked Germany not to "send in the tanks again" in a recent interview on state radio.

Hungary moves to ease tensions after Orban Nazi slur
US summit will help 'reduce suspicion': China media
US summit will help 'reduce suspicion': China media

Chinese state media on Wednesday welcomed news of the first summit between President Xi Jinping and his US counterpart Barack Obama, saying the meeting will help "reduce suspicions" in the relationship.

US summit will help 'reduce suspicion': China media
Bolivia announces expulsion of USAID
Bolivia announces expulsion of USAID

President Evo Morales on Wednesday announced the expulsion of USAID from Bolivia, accusing the US development agency of meddling in the country's internal affairs in a new souring of often-tense relations.

Bolivia announces expulsion of USAID
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EU foreign policy chief Ashton holds talks in China

European Union foreign affairs chief Catherine Ashton held talks Saturday with officials in China in the first visit by a top-ranking EU official to the country under its new leadership.

EU foreign policy chief Ashton holds talks in China
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Japan woman, 77, got $4 mn from man for sex and love

A 77-year-old woman who received $4 million from a 79-year-old man in exchange for sexual and romantic favours has been ordered to repay the cash by a court in Japan.

Japan woman, 77, got $4 mn from man for sex and love
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US-Russia reset on 'pause': US general

A "reset" in US-Russia relations is now on pause and Moscow likely will be "the primary actor of regional concern".

US-Russia reset on 'pause': US general
Israel can only rely on self against Iran threat: PM
Israel can only rely on self against Iran threat: PM

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that Israel cannot rely on any other country, even an ally, when it comes to facing up to the perceived nuclear threat from Iran.

Israel can only rely on self against Iran threat: PM
China's Xi tells US Treasury chief of 'shared interests'
China's Xi tells US Treasury chief of 'shared interests'

Beijing and Washington have "enormous shared interests", China's new President Xi Jinping told the US Treasury chief on Tuesday in his first major diplomatic encounter since taking office.

China's Xi tells US Treasury chief of 'shared interests'
Castro and Chavez, a father-son bond until death
Castro and Chavez, a father-son bond until death

In the end, the aging mentor outlived his socialist protege.

Castro and Chavez, a father-son bond until death
Venezuela-US ties unlikely to thaw soon: experts
Venezuela-US ties unlikely to thaw soon: experts

The US has long hoped that a post-Chavez era could herald a new era in ties with Venezuela, but allegations of a US plot to kill the leftist leader show any rapprochement is still far off.

Venezuela-US ties unlikely to thaw soon: experts
LatAm leaders mourn Chavez, US urges improved ties
LatAm leaders mourn Chavez, US urges improved ties

Latin America mourned the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Tuesday as the United States expressed hope his passing would lead to improved relations with the oil-rich state.

LatAm leaders mourn Chavez, US urges improved ties
Japan PM wants 'good relationship' with S. Korea
Japan PM wants 'good relationship' with S. Korea

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Friday he wanted a strong relationship with South Korea, which responded angrily over a rally in Japan against Seoul's control of a set of islands.

Japan PM wants 'good relationship' with S. Korea
Obama denies being aloof, says 'I like a good party'
Obama denies being aloof, says 'I like a good party'

President Barack Obama on Monday dismissed the perception that he is aloof and disdains the backslapping bonhomie a US leader sometimes requires to drive his priorities through Congress.

Obama denies being aloof, says 'I like a good party'