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U.S., Allies Meet With Iran On Nuclear Program

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Allies' Reaction Mixed As U.S. Alters Missile Defense Plan

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Cyclists in Hanover, Germany, pass election posters showing German Chancellor Angela Merkel (right) and her Social Democratic challenger, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Wednesday. Fabian Bimmer/AP hide caption

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Mariska, mother of Maria Balogh, reacts during her daughter's funeral Aug. 7 in Kisleta, Hungary. Maria Balogh, a Roma (or Gypsy) woman, was shot dead and her 13-year-old daughter seriously injured on Aug. 3, when their house was attacked in the latest of a series of attacks on Gypsies. Bela Szandelszky/AP hide caption

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Wave Of Violence Strikes Eastern Europe's Gypsies

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Prewar Berlin Inspires Crime Novelist's Dark Side

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"Isn't it lucky that Norway has plenty of money? A big, big oil fortune," says Norwegian tour boat Capt. Knut Jansen. Eric Westervelt/NPR hide caption

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