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LOUISVILLE Ky. (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Republican chief Mitch McConnell of Kentucky won re-election to a sixth term, Reuters/Ipsos projected on Tuesday, moving a step closer to fulfilling his ambition of becoming majority leader of the chamber.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - The turning point in President Dilma Rousseff's re-election campaign came on the evening of Sept. 1, after a disastrous presidential debate at which she confessed to the audience that she was "nervous" and stumbled over several words.
JAKARTA, Sept 26, 2014 (AFP) - Indonesian president-elect Joko Widodo accused his opponents Friday of stealing "people's political rights" after suffering an early defeat in parliament that analysts described as a setback for his ambitious reform agenda.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's government on Wednesday unveiled the winning design for a new, futuristic, spider-shaped airport for the capital that will ease delays and boost capacity at a cost of 120 billion pesos ($9.17 billion) (5.57 billion British pound) in public and private funding.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - African leaders on Tuesday called for a deeper economic relationship with the United States, hailing investment pledges totalling more than $17 billion (£10.07 billion) at a Washington summit as a fresh step in the right direction.
VIENNA/NAIROBI (Reuters) - A United Nations panel that monitors compliance with U.N. sanctions on Somalia has accused the country's president, a former minister, and a U.S. law firm of conspiring to divert Somali assets recovered abroad, according to a new report.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court on Wednesday ruled that $1.75 billion (1.02 billion pounds) in Iranian funds be turned over to families of the victims of the 1983 bombings of a Marine barracks in Beirut.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Prime Minister Shinzo Abe unveiled a package of measures on Tuesday aimed at boosting Japan's long-term economic growth, from phased-in corporate tax cuts to a bigger role for women and foreign workers, but applause from investors is likely to be muted after Tokyo backpedalled on bolder reforms.