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NATO leaders map strategy for Afghanistan exit

CHICAGO (Reuters) - NATO leaders gathered in Chicago on Sunday to chart a path out of Afghanistan as war-weary Western nations seek to fend off dissent in their alliance and ensure Afghanistan can hold a still-potent Taliban at bay when foreign troops withdraw.

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Dufner stays one ahead at Byron Nelson

(Reuters) - American Jason Dufner kept his composure after a slow start to move one stroke clear of a congested leaderboard in Saturday's wind-buffeted third round of the Byron Nelson Championship in Irving, Texas.

Obama presses ailing Europe to focus on growth

CAMP DAVID, Maryland (Reuters) - A growing chorus of world leaders on Friday pushed for a shift toward more pro-growth policies to help ease a European crisis that threatens to oust Greece from the euro zone and reverberate throughout the global economy.

Living with Ruaumoko

Going back to Maori times, earthquakes have always been a part of life in New Zealand, but the people, especially in Christchurch, seem to be coping well with the quakes of the last two years.

Leaving greed behind

South Koreans are exchanging the stress of lucrative city life for farming, even thoughthe rural life offers much less money.

Europe's economic woes dominate G8 gathering

CAMP DAVID, Maryland (Reuters): U.S. President Barack Obama will press European leaders to ease up on fiscal austerity and focus on economic growth at a summit on Saturday that will discuss ways to stem turmoil in the euro zone and head off the risk of global contagion.

Health Ministry sounds alarm over spike in dengue cases

PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry has sounded the alarm over this year's drastic rise in the number of dengue cases, with the disease having claimed the lives of 20 people so far.