In Brussels, Obama Seeks Broader Support For Ukraine

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Ukraine Crisis, NSA Eavesdropping Dominate Summit Discussions

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At Nuclear Summit, Ukraine Questions Dominate The Day

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Crisis In Ukraine Overshadows Nuclear Summit

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Crimea Casts Long Shadow In Amsterdam, Where G7 Leaders Meet

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President Obama and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte shake hands in front of Rembrandt's Night Watch after speaking to the press following meetings at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam on Monday. Which artwork in the museum best captures the current global mood? Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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NATO Finds A New Focus In Eastern Europe

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Obama Heads To The Hague For Nuclear Summit

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Will Scotland Leave The UK? One Cafe Sells Cakes to Find Out

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Pro-independence campaigners attend a rally In Edinburgh, Scotland, in September. Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images hide caption

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After 300 Years Of Marriage, Scotland Contemplates U.K. Divorce

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Europe Pulls Punches With Limited Sanctions, Wary Of Backfire

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With Russian Minister, Kerry Kicks A Soccer Ball And Talks Ukraine

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At the UK Independence Party's recent national convention Torquay, England, vendors sell tote bags printed with leader Nigel Farage's face in bright purple ink. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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Britain's 'Tea Party' Pushes For Cutting Ties With European Union

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A bakery in Edinburgh recently launched an independence referendum poll using Yes, No and Undecided cupcakes. Andrew Milligan/PA Photos/Landov hide caption

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Will Scotland Go Independent? A Primer On The Secession Vote

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A case against the Swiss bank UBS in 2008 led Congress to create more regulations for foreign banks holding American money. Rather than comply, many banks opted to stop serving American account-holders. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Why More Americans Are Renouncing U.S. Citizenship

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