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  • Russian move to avert airstrikes on Syria benefits Obama and Putin

    MOSCOW -- In the unlikely role of good cop to President Obama's bad one, Russian President Vladimir Putin has seemingly talked his Syrian allies into surrendering their banned chemical weapons as a way to escape threatened U.S. airstrikes. Russian...
  • Obama, allies agree to explore diplomatic solution for Syria's weapons

    Obama, allies agree to explore diplomatic solution for Syria's weapons
    WASHINGTON -- President Obama and his French and British counterparts have agreed to work with Russia and China to "run to ground" a new proposal to put Syrian chemical weapons under international control, a senior administration official said Tuesday....
  • France to introduce U.N. resolution on Syria chemical weapons

    PARIS -- France said Tuesday it would initiate a resolution in the United Nations Security Council demanding that Syria reveal the extent of its chemical weapons program and turn its arsenal over to international inspectors to be neutralized. The...
  • European Union backs proposal for Syria to surrender chemical weapons

    European Union backs proposal for Syria to surrender chemical weapons
    LONDON – The European Union added its collective voice Tuesday to the growing chorus expressing support of a diplomatic push to have Syria surrender its chemical weapons as a way to forestall a U.S.-led military strike. Catherine Ashton, the EU&...
  • Wary of U.S. attack, Syria accepts Russian plan

    MOSCOW -- Syria confirmed Tuesday that it has accepted a Russian plan to allow its chemical weapons to be placed under international control and eventually dismantled. The Syrian agreement is based on the understanding that the plan could prevent a U.S....
  • Kenya deputy president denies guilt before international court

    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa--Kenya's deputy president, William Ruto, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, in a case that figuratively puts the prosecution and the court itself on trial amid...
  • On Syria, America's leaders asking the wrong questions

    WASHINGTON — Congress is asking the wrong questions about Syria. The issue can't be who wins the civil war. It has to be whether the regime of Bashar al-Assad should be punished for using chemical weapons — and, if the answer is yes, whether...
  • Letters: Divided over Syria

    Re "Obama steps up campaign for airstrikes," Sept. 3 The frantic tone of the Obama administration, seemingly desperate to send missiles into Syria, indicates a serious lack of understanding of the dynamics of the Middle East and a continuing infatuation...
  • Letters: No rush on Syria

    Letters: No rush on Syria
    Re "To Mideast, U.S. policy on region seems adrift," Sept. 2 Friends and foes alike are angry at us. Maybe we're on to something. The Syrian rebels are angry because we won't bomb immediately, whereas the Syrian government thinks we're soft. Israel,...
  • Charges recommended against 30 alleged Auschwitz guards in Germany

    Charges recommended against 30 alleged Auschwitz guards in Germany
    BERLIN -- Nearly 70 years after the end of World War II, federal authorities in Germany said Tuesday that they were recommending that charges of accessory to murder be brought against 30 alleged guards at the Auschwitz death camp in Nazi-occupied Poland....
  • Prosecutors recommend 30 Auschwitz guard charges

    Prosecutors recommend 30 Auschwitz guard charges
    LUDWIGSBURG, Germany (AP) — Justice officials say the special German prosecutors' office that investigates Nazi war crimes is recommending pursuing charges against 30 alleged former Auschwitz guards. The Baden-Wuerttemberg Justice Ministry said in...