Landmark Tunisian presidential election seen heading for run-off
TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisians voted on Sunday to pick their first directly elected president, with the two major parties expecting a run-off as the final step in the North African state's transition to full democracy following a 2011 revolution that ousted long-time ruler Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali.






Ferguson makes final preparations for grand jury decision
As sources tell CBS News when to expect indictment decision on white cop who shot unarmed black teen, Missouri officials ready for the worst

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France's Hollande made left-wing voters feel betrayed: ex-partner
LONDON (Reuters) - French President Francois Hollande suffers record low popularity because he has failed to deliver promised reforms and left left-wing voters feeling betrayed, his ex-partner Valerie Trierweiler said on Sunday.

Controversial Washington ex-mayor Marion Barry dies

Former Washington mayor Marion Barry, who left office in disgrace and went to prison on drug charges only to return for a fourth term, has died at a Washington hospital, aged 78Former Washington mayor Marion Barry, who left office in disgrace and went to prison on drug charges only to return for a fourth term, has died aged 78. US President Barack Obama was among those paying tribute to Barry on Sunday, calling him "a fixture in DC politics for decades" and praising him for his role in the civil rights movement. The Washington Post, citing hospital officials in the US capital, said the mayor was in cardiac arrest when he arrived and could not be revived. Barry, the Mississippi-born son of a sharecropper, dominated local politics in Washington for many years starting in the mid-1970s despite repeated scandals and multiple arrests.


U.Va. ​suspends fraternity activities after sexual assault allegations
As university vows changes, dozens protest outside fraternity house where woman claims she was raped 2 years ago by 7 men

U.S. companies supply eavesdropping gear to Central Asian autocrats
Surveillance gear generally falls outside U.S. export controls.

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