Political Stumbles Mark Romney's Trip Abroad

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Controversy Followed Romney On Overseas Trip

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Government employees demonstrate against the Spanish government's austerity measures in Madrid, on Friday. The economic situation has forced some Spaniards to leave the country for work. Pierre-Philippe Marcou/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Spain's Crisis Pushes Educated Into 'Economic Exile'

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Crime novelist Jo Nesbo says despite Oslo's well-kept streets and sharply dressed residents, the city has a dark and seedy side. Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Jo Nesbo's Fiction Explores Oslo's Jagged Edges

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Simon Fabich (center) is CEO and co-founder of the Berlin-based online shopping startup Monoqi. Artsy and relatively inexpensive, Berlin is an up-and-coming city for European tech startups. Courtesy of Monoqi hide caption

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The Next Silicon Valley? Berlin Startups Catching Up With The Hype

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Germany, Greece Face Off On Soccer Field

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks with members of her delegation before the first plenary session of the G-20 Leaders' Summit in Los Cabos, Mexico, on Monday. Yuri Cortez/Getty Images hide caption

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Germany Resists Concessions To Greek Bailout Terms

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A member of the German Pirate Party, with its logo shaved in his hair, attends the party's two-day conference in Neumuenster, Germany, on April 28. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Party On The Rise, Germany's Pirates Come Ashore

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Brass bricks known as Stolperstein, or "stumbling stones," in front of a home in Raesfeld, Germany, where five members of a single family were forcibly removed by the Nazis. Across Germany, the stones commemorate the millions of victims of the Nazi regime. Jeffrey Katz/NPR hide caption

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Stumbling Upon Mini Memorials To Holocaust Victims

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E.U. Leaders Hold 'Mini-Summit' On Debt Crisis

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Francois Hollande stands up in his car Tuesday as he rides up the Champs-Elysees after taking the oath of office as the new president of France. Shortly afterward, he flew to Germany to meet with Chancellor Angela Merkel and discuss the continent's economic woes. Regis Duvignau/AP hide caption

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For New French President, Germany Is First Stop

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Spanish protesters gathered in Madrid on Saturday as the country's economic problems continued to worsen. The country's banking system is seen as particularly vulnerable. Pedro Armestre/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Europe's Austerity Plans Face Growing Backlash

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Germany Stays The Course On Austerity Measures

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been the leading voice for austerity in Europe. But election results over the weekend showed a voter backlash. Merkel said Monday that she still supported the austerity moves. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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Germany Faces Backlash Against Austerity Moves

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Former Liberian Leader Convicted Of War Crimes

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