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The Australian Senate on Friday approved legislation that enables the government to roll out a 36 billion Australian dollar ($35 billion) high-speed national broadband network.
Ireland's banks will be pruned down, merged or sold as part of a massive EU-IMF bailout taking shape, the government said Monday as a shellshocked nation came to grips with its failure to protect and revive its banks.
A new poll shows that Republican Rep. John Boozman has widened his lead over incumbent Democratic Sen. Blanche Lincoln in his bid to unseat her.
Sweden re-elected its center-right government on Sunday and handed a far-right, anti-immigrant party its first foothold in parliament.
Green Party nominees labeled "sham candidates" said in court Monday that Republicans planted the idea that they run for office, but they said they didn't become candidates to siphon votes from Democrats.
The leaders of Australia's two major political parties began negotiating power deals with independent lawmakers Sunday after the nation's closest election in decades failed to deliver a clear mandate to govern.
Backed by a landslide victory, Colombia's president-elect Juan Manuel Santos vowed no let up in the fight against leftist guerrillas but held out hope for better relations with neighboring Venezuela and Ecuador.
Colombians voted for a successor to President Alvaro Uribe on Sunday in what was expected to be a rout favoring a former defense minister who oversaw a major weakening of leftist rebels.
With several seasoned politicians seeking the Libertarian presidential nod, members of the nation's largest third party are hoping to fill the void among voters disgusted with Republicans and Democrats.