Some In France Want To Say Au Revoir To The Euro

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Sarkozy, Merkel Want Balanced Budgets For Eurozone

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European Leaders Discuss Plans To Stem Debt Crisis

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Sarkozy, Merkel To Address Europe's Debt Crisis

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Arctic Warming Unlocking A Fabled Waterway

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Condemnation But No Resolution From U.N. On Syria

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Popularity Of Drones Takes Off For Many Countries

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Will Afghan Drawdown Spur U.S. Policy Rethink?

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U.S. Prods Europe On NATO Spending

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U.S.-Pakistan Relations Move From Grudging To Toxic

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Britain, France Plan To Offer U.N. Resolution On Syria

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Yemen Leader's Exit Leaves Shaky Political Ground

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Becoming An American: A Proud Canadian's Story

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