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Eternal viewing of Chavez may be impossible: Maduro
Eternal viewing of Chavez may be impossible: Maduro

Venezuela's acting president Nicolas Maduro acknowledged Wednesday that it could be too late to have president Hugo Chavez embalmed "like Lenin" so that his body could be on view permanently.

Eternal viewing of Chavez may be impossible: Maduro
Sex abuse victims list 'dirty dozen' papal candidates
Sex abuse victims list 'dirty dozen' papal candidates

Clergy sex abuse victims listed a "dirty dozen" potential papal candidates Wednesday and urged the Roman Catholic Church to "get serious" about protecting children, helping victims and exposing corruption.

Sex abuse victims list 'dirty dozen' papal candidates
Obama: US supports Venezuelan people after Chavez death
Obama: US supports Venezuelan people after Chavez death

President Barack Obama Tuesday said the United States was interested in a "constructive" future relationship with Venezuela after the death of President Hugo Chavez, a long-time American foe.

Obama: US supports Venezuelan people after Chavez death
With Chavez still sick, supporters turn to religion
With Chavez still sick, supporters turn to religion

A priest sang the name of deities, drummers provided the beat and 150 people dressed in white danced in a room that became hotter with every incantation -- all for the health of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.

With Chavez still sick, supporters turn to religion
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Aid workers in DRC appeal for $900 million

Aid workers in the conflict-torn Democratic Republic of Congo said Thursday they will need nearly $900 million (673 million euros) to meet the needs of the population this year.

Aid workers in DRC appeal for $900 million
Supporters of Venezuela's Chavez march on coup anniversary
Supporters of Venezuela's Chavez march on coup anniversary

Supporters of ailing Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez marched in Caracas on Monday marking the day 21 years ago that their leader, then a young paratrooper officer, launched a failed military coup.

Supporters of Venezuela's Chavez march on coup anniversary
Clinton to continue her work for Afghan women
Clinton to continue her work for Afghan women

Outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned Thursday that the United States remains very concerned about the future of women in Afghanistan as US troops prepare to leave the country.

Clinton to continue her work for Afghan women
Chastened US takes cautious view of Mali conflict
Chastened US takes cautious view of Mali conflict

The United States has chosen to play a cautious supporting role to France's military action against Islamist fighters in Mali, after Washington's own attempt to build up the African nation's army backfired badly.

Chastened US takes cautious view of Mali conflict
Venezuela delays Chavez inauguration as crisis deepens
Venezuela delays Chavez inauguration as crisis deepens

Ailing President Hugo Chavez cannot return home in time for his inauguration on Thursday and so will take the oath of office at a later date before the Supreme Court.

Venezuela delays Chavez inauguration as crisis deepens
Masood Ahmed, director of the International Monetary Fund's Middle East and Central Asia department. ©REUTERS
IMF to send team to Cairo for loan talks

The International Monetary Fund will send a team of experts to Cairo to discuss possible financial support for the Eygptian economy.

IMF to send team to Cairo for loan talks
Canadians protest for India women after gang rape
Canadians protest for India women after gang rape

Protesters have rallied in two of Canada's main cities in solidarity with women in India after the deadly gang rape of a 23-year-old student in New Delhi sparked outrage.

Canadians protest for India women after gang rape
Venezuela frets over ill Chavez as 2013 begins
Venezuela frets over ill Chavez as 2013 begins

Somber Venezuelans began 2013 fretting over their ubiquitous and garrulous leader Hugo Chavez, wondering what the future holds as the president wages a tough battle with cancer in a Havana hospital.

Venezuela frets over ill Chavez as 2013 begins
Vatican backs Monti, the anti-Berlusconi
Vatican backs Monti, the anti-Berlusconi

The Vatican has thrown its weight behind outgoing prime minister Mario Monti, ditching the scandal-hit Silvio Berlusconi in favour of a practising Catholic they hope may lead Italy after February's general election.

Vatican backs Monti, the anti-Berlusconi
US backs Argentina in debt restructring case
US backs Argentina in debt restructring case

The US gave strong support to Argentina on Friday in the Latin American country's legal battle with hedge funds over the repayment of $1.3 billion to holders of defaulted bonds.

US backs Argentina in debt restructring case
UAE supports 'non-sectarian' change in Syria: FM
UAE supports 'non-sectarian' change in Syria: FM

The UAE supports a "non-sectarian" change in power in war-hit Syria, the WAM official news agency quoted the Gulf state's foreign minister as saying after he met with a top Syrian opposition leader.

UAE supports 'non-sectarian' change in Syria: FM
'How are my people?' Chavez asks post-surgery
'How are my people?' Chavez asks post-surgery

Hugo Chavez's first words after emerging from surgery were "How are my (Venezuelan) people?" according to officials, who proclaimed here Friday that the ailing leader is on the road to recovery.

'How are my people?' Chavez asks post-surgery
World leaders express shock over latest US shooting
World leaders express shock over latest US shooting

World leaders expressed shock and horror after a gunman massacred 20 small children and six teachers Friday in the US state of Connecticut, in one of the worst school shootings in history.

World leaders express shock over latest US shooting
Chavez suffered 'complications' but recovering: aides
Chavez suffered 'complications' but recovering: aides

Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez experienced "complications," including bleeding, during his cancer surgery, but is showing positive signs of recovery.

Chavez suffered 'complications' but recovering: aides
Rock stars shine at Hurricane Sandy benefit gig
Rock stars shine at Hurricane Sandy benefit gig

Rock music royalty, including the Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Pink Floyd's Roger Waters and Paul McCartney, joined in a stellar line-up Wednesday to raise money for victims of superstorm Sandy.

Rock stars shine at Hurricane Sandy benefit gig
Clinton urges end to support for DR Congo rebels
Clinton urges end to support for DR Congo rebels

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday called on all regional African leaders to halt any support for the M23 rebels in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Clinton urges end to support for DR Congo rebels