France Wants To Be A Player In 'New Middle East'

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Yvonne, a cow that has lived in the wild since eluding a trip to the slaughterhouse in May, has foiled all attempts to capture her. Now officials say that she's not to be disturbed. Josef Enzinger/dapd hide caption

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Britain's Gang Violence Is Not A 'Quick Fix Issue'

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Persistence Pays Off: 60-Year-Old Swims Channel

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Climber Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner sits with her husband, Ralf Dujmovits, in this file photo from 2009. This week, Kaltenbrunner became the first woman to climb all of the world's 14 tallest peaks without using supplementary oxygen. Ralf Dujmovits/dapd hide caption

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Woman Reaches K2's Summit, And A Place In History

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French React To Strauss-Kahn Ruling

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Strauss-Kahn Becomes A Free Man

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Warfare In Tripoli Poses New Challenges For NATO

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News Corp May Have Paid British Premier's Aide

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Andy Coulson, formerly editor of the tabloid News of the World, and later David Cameron's director of communications, speaks on a mobile phone in London on April 13, 2010. London police arrested Andy Coulson on July 8 in relation to Britain's tabloid phone-hacking scandal. Oli Scarff/AP hide caption

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Spain's Parliament To Debate Austerity Package

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Will Strauss-Kahn Return To French Politics?

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NATO's Much-Criticized Libyan Strategy: A Success?

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Vindicated? European Leaders On The Tripoli Advance

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20 Years Ago: Coup Backfires, Destroys Soviet Union

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