'Der Spiegel' Studied Leaked Cables For Weeks

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WikiLeaks Release Reverberates Across Europe

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'Le Monde' Publishes Latest WikiLeaks Release

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Boy An Icon For Childhoods Lost In Holocaust

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Germans Take Terror Alert In Stride Amid Holiday Prep

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U.S. Student Convicted Of Murder In Italy Appeals

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Summit Aims To Protect Tigers From Extinction

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Portugal May Be Next To Need EU Rescue Package

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How Ireland's Bank Bailout Shook The World

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Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen (left) and Finance Minister Brian Lenihan spoke to the media Sunday in Dublin after debt-stricken Ireland formally appealed for a massive bailout. Peter Morrison/AP hide caption

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