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Iran's 2009 Crackdown Resonates With Exiles

Iran is preparing for June's presidential election. It's the first since the controversial 2009 vote sparked massive protests when the government declared Mahmoud Ahmadinejad the winner. Thousands of Iranians have since fled the country. A number of exiles in neighboring Turkey have little optimism for the coming election campaign.
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Tokyo Tries To Build Support To Host 2020 Olympics

In just eight months, the International Olympic Committee will select either Istanbul, Madrid or Tokyo as site for the 2020 games. Tokyo appears to be the favorite, but many Japanese are reluctant to push their case.
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French To Hand Over Mali Campaign To African Forces

In the West African nation of Mali, French forces have led a military campaign to rid the country's vast northern desert of militants linked to al-Qaida. The French are preparing to leave, and hand over to an African peacekeeping force. To find out what happens next, Renee Montagne talks to Lindsey Hilsum, a correspondent for Britain's Independent Television News.
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An International Battle Over One Of The Most Boring Things In Finance

The years-long, multi-billion-dollar battle just ended.
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Hillary Clinton Leaving The Stage — At Least For Now — And On A High Note

Hillary Clinton ends her tenure as secretary of state Friday a respected national figure with sky high approval ratings. "I don't see myself getting back into politics," she says. But that hasn't slowed speculation about a 2016 presidential bid.

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