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Spain's development minister is urging Brazil to hire some of the engineers that her own economy doesn't have room for.
Officials say a 59-year-old German mountaineer has died of cardiac arrest while climbing Alaska's Mount McKinley.
Three former Ford Motor Co. executives have been charged with crimes against humanity in Argentina for allegedly targeting union workers for kidnapping and torture after the country's 1976 military coup.
The eight candidates approved Tuesday for Iran's June 14 presidential election to replace Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who cannot run again because of term limits.
Dozens of Mohandas Gandhi's personal items have been sold at an auction, but a sample of blood purportedly from the Indian independence leader didn't draw high enough bids.
Officials say Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has left the French military hospital where he has been treated for nearly a month and transferred to another facility.
A Moroccan court has convicted two men of homosexuality and public indecency, and sentenced each to four months in prison, in the latest case against gays in this North African nation.
Thousands of women have taken to the streets in Togo to protest the death of an opposition figure who had been jailed.
A Palestinian report shows human rights abuses by the rival governments in the West Bank and Gaza are on the rise.
Pope Francis has expressed his ''closeness to the families of all who died in the Oklahoma tornado," with special concern for ''those who lost young children."