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Mexico captures Zetas drug cartel leader

Mexico says it captured the leader of the brutal Zetas drug cartel, marking the biggest victory for its president in his fight against gang violence.

Mexico hopes its old rulers will take them forward

Mexico's old rulers have regained power after 12 years, but they might have to forge alliances with other parties to push through reforms.

Drug war dispute to dominate US-Mexico meeting

Mexican President Felipe Calderón will press President Barack Obama to crack down on US drug consumption when they meet on Thursday.

Fears of Greek contagion sweep global markets

Greece's economic crisis sent shivers of fear through global markets on Thursday over concern it could spread like wildfire through Europe and beyond.

Nigerian leader Yar’Adua dies

Nigeria president Umaru Yar'Adua has died, an official at his office confirmed late on Wednesday.

Greek debt crisis: Europe feels shockwaves

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday Greece's international bail-out must be accelerated for the sake of the entire eurozone.

Obama wants G20 to rethink global economy

US President Barack Obama said on Sunday he would push leaders this week for a reshaping of the global economy in response to the financial crisis.

Girl’s death stirs German outrage over child neglect

The death by starvation of a three-year-old girl in Germany has sparked soul-searching on how to combat rising child neglect in the country.

Support for Nazi ideas haunts Germany, says minister

Support for Nazi ideas in Germany is making people fear for their lives, a government minister said on Tuesday. Wolfgang Tiefensee, the minister responsible for east Germany, was speaking after a mob of about 50 Germans attacked and chased eight Indians through the streets of a small eastern town at the weekend.

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