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Prosecutor to move ahead on Ivory Coast probe

The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court said Monday that he plans to ask judges "very soon" to open an investigation into alleged crimes against humanity and war crimes in Ivory Coast following last November's presidential election. Full story

Factbox: Recent polls in Peru's presidential race

Peru, one of the world's fastest-growing economies, holds a run-off presidential election on June 5. Full story

Thousands demonstrate in Armenia's capital

At least 4,000 opposition supporters rallied Thursday in the capital of Armenia to demand new parliamentary and presidential elections. Full story

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Opposition leader given 2-year sentence in Belarus

Latino vote broke records in 2010 elections

Gunfire, ballot box thefts in Nigeria state races

After hundreds die, Nigeria prepares for last vote

Group: At least 500 dead in Nigeria election riots

New Gulf plan seeks 3-month power transfer in Yemen

China's leader-in-waiting gives departing Huntsman thumbs up

Analysts View: Nigeria's Jonathan set for election victory

Nigeria's Buhari sees attempts to manipulate vote

Facts about Nigeria, which is voting for president


  Trump: ‘The world is destroying our country’

Possible presidential hopeful Donald Trump talks to NBC’s Savannah Guthrie about the 2012 presidential election, his personal net worth, oil prices, China’s currency and why he still questions whether Obama was born in the United States.

  One-on-one with Mike Huckabee

Msnbc’s Chris Jansing speaks with former presidential candidate Mike Huckabee about the protests in Wisconsin, the situation in Libya and the 2012 presidential race.

  Matthews: Kennedy election ‘set the course’

Hardball’s Chris Matthews reflects on the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s election.

  The race for 2012 begins

Republican strategist Todd Harris and Democratic strategist Steve McMahon take a look at who to watch for the 2012 presidential race.

  Afghans defy violence and head to polls

Voters in Afghanistan were electing a new parliament, in only the second election since the fall of the Taliban in 2001. NBC’s John Yang reports from Kabul

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A man douses the still smouldering grain at Kafanchan central market on April 25, 2011 in Kaduna, northern Nigeria, where affected business men could be seen rumaging among their once flourishing shops, salvaging anything that may have survived the arson attack last week in deadly post-poll violence