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U.S. Haggis Lovers' Hopes Dashed

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Blair Defends Iraq War Decision

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Denmark Thrives Despite High Taxes

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Clinton: Military Action Isn't Enough In Afghanistan

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Tony Blair Testifies Before Iraq War Inquiry Panel

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World Leaders Committed To Long Haul In Yemen

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Talks Begin On Way Forward In Afghanistan

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French writer and philosopher Albert Camus (shown here in an undated photo) won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957 and died in a car accident in 1960. Debate is under way in France on President Nicolas Sarkozy's suggestion to relocate Camus' remains from Lourmarin, a small village in southern France, to Paris' Pantheon. hide caption

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France Honors Camus, And Fights Over His Grave Site

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Royalists Want Monarchy To Return To France

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Two veiled Muslim women walk down a street in Marseille, in southern France. Michel Gangne/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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French Panel: Ban Burqas In Public Buildings

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Bomb Plot Suspect Tied To Alleged U.K. Terrorists

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First EU Foreign Minister Makes Plans For Haiti, Iran

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So This Meteor Crashes Into A Doctor's Office...

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Obama 'The Musical' Opens In Germany

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