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Brits In U.S. Weigh In On Prime Minister Debates

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TV Debates Change Britain's Politicking

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Eurozone Fearful Greece's Crisis Will Spread

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Helen Connors (right), who is part of a Traveller family, says she started school when she was 4 years old. But the community didn't take Traveller girls very seriously — and she says she was called a "knacker" and a "pikey." Nikki Silva hide caption

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European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet listens at the press conference Wednesday. The European Central Bank is "not an emergency fund or a crisis manager," says Domenico Lombardi of Brookings. Markus Schreiber/AP hide caption

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Ulle Noodapera is a pharmacist at Town Hall Pharmacy, which first opened for business in Tallinn, Estonia, in 1422. It's famous for selling aphrodisiacs — but even more famous for a piece of almond candy that allegedly cures those who are lovestruck. Raigo Pajula/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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