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Asia / Pacific
- Obama, China's Xi to meet earlier than expected, amid issues from North Korea to cyberspying
- Owner, Chinese state media say Chinese fishing boat, 16 crew released by North Korea
- Asian stock markets fall as traders await signals from Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke
- 4 more bodies recovered, bringing death toll from collapse at US-owned Indonesian mine to 21
- Tunisian feminist arrested for 'provocative' appearance in holy city
- Islamist politician calls for ailing Algerian president to show self after 3 week absence
- South Africa's father figure: As frail Mandela fades, his image is still in political fray
- M23 rebels clash with soldiers in eastern Congo, forcing thousands to flee violence
- Military fires back after Israeli patrol on Golan Heights comes under fire from Syria
- Official: Palestinians holding off on UN agency membership, mainly to give US effort a chance
- Iraqi officials: 5 car bombs across Baghdad's Shiite neighborhoods kill 16
- A look at the deadliest attacks in Iraq since the 2011 US troop pullout
- Church of Scotland takes step to allow gay clergy in compromise vote
- British debate over EU could complicate Irish ‘bandit country’
- Russian special forces say they killed 2 militants planning a terrorist attack in Moscow
- Czech president under fire after blocking academic who is a gay rights activist
- Guatemala's top court overturns ex-dictator's genocide conviction, orders trial to resume
- Venezuela opposition releases recording it says suggests Cuban meddling in country's politics
- Mexico's top soccer league bans ownership of multiple teams in move seen as blow to Slim
- Cheers greet Mexican soldiers relieving western town cut off from supplies by drug cartel
- US missile test postponed in April due to North Korean tensions is now scheduled for Tuesday
- Kerry challenges Congress on security at US diplomatic missions, vows to boost protection
- Army general who served in Afghanistan is Pentagon pick to command US troops in South Korea
- VA says more than 10,000 disability claims workers must put in overtime