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Libyans brave violence to grasp first free vote – Reuters



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Libyans brave violence to grasp first free vote
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By Marie-Louise Gumuchian and Hadeel Al Shalchi | TRIPOLI/BENGHAZI (Reuters) – Libyans defied violence and boycott calls to rush to the polls in their first free national election in 60 years on Saturday, parting with the legacy of Muammar Gaddafi's
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US Senate Democrats aim to force vote on jobs bill – Reuters



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US Senate Democrats aim to force vote on jobs bill
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WASHINGTON Oct 17 (Reuters) – President Barack Obama's fellow Democrats in the US Senate plan to bring up for consideration this week a portion of Obama's stalled $ 447 billion jobs bill, a senior party aide said on Monday. In conjunction with the White
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French Socialists in run-off vote – BBC News



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French Socialists in run-off vote
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Voters in France are taking part in the second round of a US-style primary to decide the Socialist Party's presidential election candidate. They will choose between former party leader Francois Hollande and current leader Martine Aubry, who came first
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