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Kashmiri Muslims shout slogans while converging around the remains of a historic two-century-old Sufi Muslim shrine in the city of Srinagar that was gutted by a fire.

Meet the New Boss. Same as the Old Boss


Voters select a new President July 1 in a contest that will likely see the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI)--which presided over decades of authoritarian rule until being unseated in 2000--regain power. The result could also herald the beginning of the end of Mexico's bloody drug war, which has claimed the lives of more than 50,000 people since 2006, when current President Felipe Caldern launched a military campaign against the powerful narcocartels. PRI front runner Enrique Pea Nieto, former governor of the huge state of Mexico (adjoining the capital, Mexico...

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