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Death of Chavez leaves leftist void in Latin America

HAVANA (Reuters) - The death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Tuesday left a large void in the leftist leadership of Latin America and raised questions about whether the oil largesse he generously spread through the region would continue.

Death of Chavez leaves leftist void in Latin America

HAVANA (Reuters) - The death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Tuesday left a large void in the leftist leadership of Latin America and raised questions about whether the oil largesse he generously spread through the region would continue.

Analysis - Republicans lead Obama in war for judicial dominance

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When Barack Obama was elected president, critics and supporters alike thought the Democrat would move swiftly to appoint strong liberal judges to balance out Republicans' longstanding push for a conservative judiciary. At the nation's 13 powerful U.S. appeals courts, that has not happened.

Wistful Obama contemplates 'last campaign'

PARMA, Ohio: A wistful Barack Obama has reached the moment common to all political careers - when leaders realize the end is closer than the beginning.For sure, the US president is banking on another four-and-a-half years before he steps off the global stage.

Greek conservative's path to power marked by U-turns

ATHENS (Reuters) - First he voted against an international bailout, then for it, and now he says he wants to change it.

Conservative leader front runner in Greek election

ATHENS (Reuters) - Family history weighs heavily on conservative leader Antonis Samaras as he battles to lead Greece after Sunday's general election.

Conservative leader front runner in Greek election

ATHENS (Reuters) - Family history weighs heavily on conservative leader Antonis Samaras as he battles to lead Greece after Sunday's general election.

Former Nazi guard Demjanjuk dead at 91 - German police

BERLIN (Reuters) - John Demjanjuk, a retired U.S. engine mechanic convicted for his role in killing 28,000 Jews as a guard at a Nazi death camp during World War Two, died on Saturday aged 91 in a care home in Germany, police said.

Former Nazi guard Demjanjuk dead at 91 - German police

BERLIN (Reuters) - John Demjanjuk, a retired U.S. engine mechanic convicted for his role in killing 28,000 Jews as a guard at a Nazi death camp during World War Two, died on Saturday aged 91 in a care home in southern Germany, police said.

From riches to rags to riches

Daughter of a Korean tycoon shows that life is what you make of it.