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Japan and the United States have forged one of the world's most enduring -- some would say improbable -- relationships in the seven decades since American atomic bombs laid waste to Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killing 200,000 people.
 
The U.S. killing of Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour marks a significant shift for President Barack Obama, highlighting a new willingness to target the group's leaders in Pakistan and risk retaliatory attacks against struggling Afghan security forces.
 
Venezuela is sinking deeper into political and economic chaos, but the international response has been timid so far -- and is unlikely to put much pressure on an unbending President Nicolas Maduro, analysts say.
 
The lackluster global economy should take center stage as world leaders gather in Japan this week, but with no agreement likely on igniting growth, Barack Obama's visit to the atomic-bombed city of Hiroshima looks set to capture the limelight.
 
Global leaders and key NGOs gather in Istanbul on Monday for an unprecedented U.N.-backed summit aimed at transforming the world's response to humanitarian crises, despite skepticism the talks will have little impact.
 
Cuba is bracing for rough waters ahead as it navigates a political sea change in Latin America, where the left is fighting an outgoing tide.
 
Finance ministers and central bankers from the G-7 meet in Japan this week for talks likely to highlight a sharp divide over currency policy and how to breathe life into the wheezing global economy.
 
Former London mayor Boris Johnson's comparing the EU to Adolf Hitler highlights how Britain's in/out referendum campaign is growing increasingly bitter, with six weeks to go and polls suggesting a dead heat, experts said Monday.
 
Barack Obama's visit to Hiroshima next week has reignited an emotive debate over former U.S. president Harry Truman's epoch-making decision to drop the first atomic bomb.
 
America's "veepstakes" are under way. Running mates have not played a decisive role in helping win the White House in a generation, but will they do so this year?
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