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Activist Chen Guangcheng calls Chinese justice system "farcical," alleges retaliation against family

Chen Guangcheng writes New York Times op-ed piece about nation lacking rule of law, details alleged retaliation against family

Reagan son blasts purported sale of father's blood

Online auction taking bids on vial said to contain blood dating from 1981 assassination attempt; Michael Reagan calls it "outrageous"

Outrage over purported Reagan blood auction

Online auction taking bids on vial said to contain blood dating from 1981 assassination attempt; Reagan Foundation calls it "craven act"

Greek chaos provides opening for far-right party

Anti-immigrant, pro-gun Golden Dawn party capitalize on voters' frustration amid euro crisis

Official: Cuba ready to talk about Gross case

However, Cuba's top foreign ministry official told CNN that the Cuba is not advancing any formula, like a prisoner swap

Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula vows to United States "war between us is not over"

Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula renews threat following death of senior leader, disruption of new underwear bomb plot

U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter to leave post this summer

Embassy says Cameron Munter makes "personal decision" to depart after just 2 years, as tension lingers between nations

Syria holds 1st multi-party elections, opposition boycotts vote as a sham

Anti-Assad political groups decry vote as illegitimate as violence continues, gov't touts it as latest show of reforms

China dissident behind standoff known as idealist

Chen Guangcheng sought changing Chinese system so he could live freely in country he calls home

French President Nicolas Sarkozy fails to deliver knockout blow in debate against Francois Hollande

French president likely to lose runoff election against Socialist Francois Hollande after no clear debate victory

In Cuba, May Day ain't what it used to be

Long gone are Cuba's day-long May Day extravagnazas of Fidel Castro's time; Most Cubans focus on the struggle to find food

Norwegian Gen. arrives to head Syria observers

Major General Robert Mood arrives in Damascus to take charge of U.N. cease-fire monitors

Twists in China scandal jar party's projected image

Experts say new wiretapping report complicates China's efforts to maintain political stability at home and promote its interests abroad

Blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng in hiding after escaping house arrest

Human rights lawyer Chen Guangcheng slips free from house arrest; Reportedly seeking refuge at U.S. Embassy

Military drills throw United States into China-Philippine dispute over resource-rich shoal

Joint Philippines, U.S. military exercises throw Americans into standoff over disputed shoal in South China Sea

Osama bin Laden's family leaving Pakistan

Osama bin Laden's three wives and eleven children were cleared to leave Pakistan Thursday night

Modern leaders accused of war crimes

Former Liberian strongman Charles Taylor was convicted of war crimes; a look at others accused of the same

Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani's contempt conviction may worsen ties to U.S.

Pro-U.S. ruling party dealt blow with Supreme Court's contempt conviction; Prime minister faces pressure ahead of elections

Some Japanese towns to stay dangerously radioactive for at least a decade

The towns nearest the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan to be dangerously radioactive until at least 2022, a report states

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