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KABUL: US Secretary of State John Kerry will hold talks in Kabul Friday aimed at pressuring Afghanistan's rival presidential candidates to resolve disputed elections and have the winning candidate installed by the end of this month.
JAKARTA: Indonesia faces a long period of uncertainty after last week’s disputed presidential election, analysts warned, raising fears for South-East Asia’s top economy as growth sits at four-year lows, foreign investment slows and corruption remains rife.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - The former head of Indonesia's Constitutional Court was sentenced to life in prison for corruption on Monday, the heaviest sentence ever for graft in what is considered one of the most corrupt countries in the world.
MAKASSAR, Indonesia (Reuters) - Makassar is a scrappy, traffic-choked port city in South Sulawesi where everybody knows your name. If, that is, your name is Limpo.
CIUDAD CARIBIA, Venezuela (Reuters) - Hovering over a sun-baked mountain one day in his presidential helicopter, Hugo Chavez had a dream: to build a utopian city that would showcase socialism in Venezuela.
SAN FRANCISCO DE YARE, Venezuela (Reuters) - Venezuelan opposition leader Henrique Capriles says President Nicolas Maduro's government will "cave in" under the pressure of growing economic troubles, in-fighting and a belief by many Venezuelans that it stole the April election.
LIMA (Reuters) - Venezuelan President-elect Nicolas Maduro won a collective show of support from South American leaders early on Friday in Lima as his plans to widen an audit of electronic votes helped calm tensions over the disputed election.
LIMA (Reuters) - Venezuelan President-elect Nicolas Maduro was expected to get a collective show of support from South American leaders in Lima on Thursday, but also face calls to defuse tensions with his opponents over the disputed vote.
ANTANANARIVO: Madagascar's former president Didier Ratsiraka returned home from France on Thursday, ending an 11-year exile that followed a bitter election dispute.
LIMA (Reuters) - South American leaders will make a collective show of support for Venezuelan President-elect Nicolas Maduro on Thursday in Lima, officials said, as the United States and his opponents call for a recount of the disputed vote.