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From England, one man feeds Western media on Syria

10/20/2013 5:57am
He's practically a one man band, but Rami Abdurrahman's influence extends far beyond his modest home in this small English city.

Luxembourgers go to polls to elect new government

10/20/2013 6:31am
Luxembourgers are voting for a new government Sunday with a possibility of keeping Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker in power after a spying scandal forced early elections in the Grand Duchy.

French far right accuses minister of defamation

10/20/2013 9:24am
France's far-right party said Sunday that it would file a complaint against the justice minister, who called the party's ideas "murderous" after one of its members compared her to a monkey.

Thousands re-enact Battle of Nations in Germany

10/20/2013 9:26am
About 6,000 history buffs have re-enacted the Battle of Nations in Leipzig to mark the 200th anniversary of the largest battle in Europe prior to World War I.

Former first lady of Yugoslavia dies

10/20/2013 9:55am
Jovanka Broz, who was married to Yugoslavia's dictator, Josip Broz Tito, for nearly 30 years but lived in isolation as the federation he had built broke apart, died Sunday. She was 88.

60 injured in Montenegro during gay pride march

10/20/2013 10:20am
Police in Montenegro fired tear gas to repel anti-gay extremists who threw rocks and firebombs at officers protecting a gay pride march Sunday, officials said. About 60 people were injured.

Expelled Roma girl's mother attacked in Kosovo

10/20/2013 12:34pm
A teenager who was expelled from France in a case that touched off a debate about immigration suffered another crisis when her mother was beaten and hospitalized in Kosovo.