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Venezuelan Socialist Party swaps God for Chavez in new prayer

CARACAS - A member of Venezuela's Socialist Party has rolled out a variation of the classic Christian "Lord's Prayer" to implore beloved late leader Hugo Chavez for protection from the evils of capitalism.

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Market-style reforms widen racial divide in Cuba 02 Sep 2014

HAVANA - Cuba's experiment with free-market reforms has unintentionally widened the communist-led island's racial divide and allowed white Cubans to regain some of the economic advantages built up over centuries.

Child abuse revelations divide 'most shameful town in Britain' 02 Sep 2014

ROTHERHAM England - Swapping cigarettes and chewing gum, the teenage girls outside Rotherham's Centenary Indoor Market are not engrossed in the conversations students should be having on the first day of term.

Tycoon buys Austria's Essl modern art collection 02 Sep 2014

VIENNA - Austrian tycoon Hans Peter Haselsteiner has come to the rescue of home-improvements millionaire Karlheinz Essl by buying a modern art collection that Essl had tried in vain to sell to the state to prop up his BauMax business empire.

Maradona steals show from fellow Argentine Pope Francis 02 Sep 2014

VATICAN CITY - Pope Francis normally has no competition for attention when he is in a room but it was different on Monday when another larger-than-life Argentine - soccer great Diego Maradona - attended a papal event.

Louis Vuitton trailblazer Carcelle dies aged 66 01 Sep 2014

PARIS - Yves Carcelle, the man credited with turning Louis Vuitton into the world's biggest luxury brand by revenue, died on Sunday, Louis Vuitton parent LVMH said.

Flying flags in Northern Ireland Tue, Sep 2 2014

In Belfast, flags are potent symbols of conflict dividing Catholics and Protestants.

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