03/19/2013 5:43amRomania's defense minister said Tuesday U.S. plans to deploy anti-missile interceptors in his country are going ahead and that Romania has an "exceptional" partnership with the United States.
03/19/2013 6:37amWhile the European Union's citizens are struggling to cope with the economic crisis, the continent's criminals are cashing in.
03/19/2013 8:02amWhen democratic uprisings broke out across the Arab world two years ago, the European Union bureaucracy was slow to provide funding and other help that was needed urgently. The result was anger among democracy advocates and soul-searching among political leaders.
03/19/2013 8:31amA panel of experts is publishing a first-of-its-kind rulebook on cyberwarfare, a manual aimed at applying the venerable practice of international law to the emerging field of military hacking.
03/19/2013 9:16amThe church is made of rusty steel beams separated by gaps, and its austere beauty won it an international prize. Yet the eerie desolation of the see-through art installation has also turned into a reflection on the state of Roman Catholicism on a religion-weary continent where real churches, like the dozen dotting the hills of this verdant area, increasingly lose their flock and function.
03/19/2013 9:35amFrance has given an American an art collection that Nazis took from his grandfather during World War II.
03/19/2013 10:09amIt was a race against the clock, against the mountain and against the darkness _ and two climbers lost their lives doing it.
03/19/2013 12:33pmMalala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenager shot in the head by the Taliban, has returned to school for the first time since she was targeted.
03/19/2013 1:52pmFrance's budget minister, ensnared in a ballooning scandal over suspected tax fraud and money laundering, on Tuesday became the first resignation in President Francois Hollande's 10-month-old Socialist government.
03/19/2013 3:59pmHungary's Minister of Human Resources has asked a journalist to return a state award he received Friday after Israel and the United States complained about disparaging remarks he had made earlier about Gypsies and Jews.
03/19/2013 4:28pmAssailants on Tuesday fired a rocket-propelled grenade at the headquarters of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's ruling party and hurled two hand grenades at the Justice Ministry's parking lot, slightly wounding one person, officials said.
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