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Prosecutor's death brings down Argentina spy agency

The death of the prosecutor who investigated the deadliest bombing in Argentina's history provoked the downfall of the nation's spy agency, notoriously unreformed three decades after the end of the dictatorship. Duration: 03:00 Feb 3, 2015
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'Ledoyen' chef, 'La Bouitte' restaurant win 3 Michelin stars

Top French chef Yannick Alleno at Parisian restaurant 'Pavillon Ledoyen' and father-and-son team Rene and Maxime Meilleur at "La Bouitte" restaurant in the French Alps were on Monday awarded three coveted Michelin stars. Duration: 00:46 Feb 3, 2015
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Merkel presses Orban's Hungary over NGOs, media

German Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed concern Monday at the treatment in Hungary of civil society groups and the media as she paid her first visit to Budapest under Prime Minister Viktor Orban. Duration: 00:29 Feb 3, 2015
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Colombian guerrillas, government resume talks

Leftist FARC guerrillas resumed peace talks with the Colombian government Monday in Cuba, after a year-end break, to bring an end to the 50-year insurgency, but key issues remain unresolved. Duration: 00:51 Feb 3, 2015
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Archbishop of Sarajevo welcomes announcement of Pope's visit

Archbishop of Vrhbosna Sarajevo, Cardinal Vinko Pulji, holds a press conference to welcome the announcement of Pope Francis's planned June visit to Sarajevo, the city that became a bloody symbol of the Balkan wars of the 1990s. Duration: 01:07 Feb 3, 2015
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Food critic says Michelin not bible for Paris's top eateries

American food critic has put France's famed restaurant bible, the Michelin guide, to the test -- and found most of its top Paris listings not worth their exorbitant prices, with lesser-known upstart eateries offering far better value. Duration: 00:54 Feb 3, 2015
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Alibaba's Ma happy to deal with regulators

Alibaba founder Jack Ma says says he's happy to deal with regulators after authorities accused the e-commerce giant of allowing "illegal" actions on its multi-billion-dollar online shopping platform. Duration: 00:53 Feb 3, 2015
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Tunisia PM announces coalition cabinet with Islamists

Tunisian Prime Minister Habib Essid on Monday presented a new coalition government with a cabinet dominated by the secular Nidaa Tounes party but also including members from its Islamist rivals. Duration: 00:27 Feb 3, 2015
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New Greek PM says debt a crisis for whole EU

Greece's new Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Monday that eurozone debt was a crisis for the whole continent as he launched a European tour to rally support for his campaign for debt forgiveness. Duration: 00:45 Feb 2, 2015
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Ex-IMF chief Strauss-Kahn goes on trial for 'pimping'

Ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn goes on trial accused of "pimping" as part of a prostitution ring, four years after a sex scandal cost him his job and a shot at the French presidency. The judge says it is no ordinary trial. Duration: 01:10 Feb 2, 2015