Ahead Of New Year, Russian Shoppers Hit Malls

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European Officials Review Airline Security Measures

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Few Clues To Student's Evolution Into Terror Suspect

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Turkey Case Highlights Military, Government Rift

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China Executes Briton Accused Of Smuggling Drugs

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French President Nicolas Sarkozy has declared that a public debate on France's national identity is "necessary" and that not talking about it would be "dangerous." The opposition has criticized the debates as being divisive and a political ploy. Philippe Desmazes/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Meetings Debate The Question Of French Identity

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Other Hotspots Pull NATO Away From Kosovo

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Racism Seen On The Rise In Italy

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U.K. Muslims Struggle With Cleric's Radicalization

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El Gordo: You Have To Play To Win

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A bandaged Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi as he leaves Milan's San Raffaele Hospital. Berlusconi was discharged Thursday after suffering severe facial wounds in a violent weekend attack. Giuseppe Cacace/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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As Berlusconi Heals, Italy's Political Discord Festers

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