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Brahimi, 78, served as Algeria’s foreign minister from 1991-93 and brought his diplomatic skills and reputation as a tough negotiator to the United Nations in 1994, where he served in a variety of high-profile posts, including as an envoy in Haiti, Afghanistan and Iraq, until he retired in 2005

(AP) UNITED NATIONS – Former Algerian foreign affairs minister Lakhdar Brahimi is a strong candidate to replace Kofi Annan as peace envoy to Syria, diplomats said Thursday. Diplomats who requested anonymity because they...

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While the couple isn’t doing the paperwork just yet, they are continuing their research in the U.S. and are open to adopting a newborn or an older child. “It wouldn’t even necessarily be a baby. I want to look at children, too, that have had no opportunity or tragedy in their lives,” Giuliana told the Huffington Post. “Our idea was to go there and look for an orphanage. We discovered it’s a lot harder to adopt from Italy than we had thought.”


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