Demonstrators in London marched outside the Houses of Parliament on Wednesday to protest against pension cuts. The issue has stirred demonstrations in many parts of Europe and the U.S. Adrian Dennis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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During a speech delivered Thursday in Toulon, France, French President Nicolas Sarkozy says that he and German Chancellor Angela Merkel will be announcing new measures to guarantee the future of Europe. Claude Paris/AP hide caption

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Sarkozy Lays Foundation For Reshaping The Eurozone

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Senate Approves Sanctions On Iran

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Bahrain Responds To Criticism Of Reform Efforts

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Former Ivory Coast President Held By ICC

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How World AIDS Day Began

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Whether 'Burma' Or 'Myanmar,' The Root Is The Same

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Park Jong-kun's Twitter profile picture — which shows him against a backdrop of the North Korean flag — may violate South Korea's strict National Security Law. The 24-year-old South Korean is also under investigation for retweeting North Korean propaganda. Courtesy Park Jong-kun hide caption

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In South Korea, Old Law Leads To New Crackdown

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks with Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, on the second day of the G20 Summit in France. Chris Ratcliffe/Getty Images hide caption

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A European Solution Germany Can Feel Good About

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South Africa's 'Secrecy Bill': Back To Apartheid?

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Central Banks Boot Europe's Struggling Banks

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European Central Bank Chief Mario Draghi speaks with Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti at EU headquarters in Brussels on Wednesday. European leaders will meet there next week to discuss their options for fixing the region's sovereign debt crisis. JohnThys/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Will Eurozone Countries Give Up Control Of Budgets?

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Poor Get A Stake In India's Booming Economy

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Orphaned children are cared for at the Baphumelele Center, which assists people affected by AIDS in South Africa. The Global Fund is short on AIDS funding, preventing it from funding new programs. Schalk van Zuydam/AP hide caption

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What A Lack Of AIDS Funding Could Mean For Africa

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks while Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner looks on during a Nov. 21 news conference about new sanctions against Iran. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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