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  • Thousands flee economic despair in Kosovo for EU countries, welcome or not

    Thousands flee economic despair in Kosovo for EU countries, welcome or not
    Sixteen years after the war in Kosovo sent hundreds of thousands of refugees streaming across the border, another exodus is underway here. Instead of fleeing conflict, Kosovars are now seeking to escape unemployment, and despair. They are leaving by the...
  • First Copenhagen shooting victim identified as filmmaker

    First Copenhagen shooting victim identified as filmmaker
    Danish police shot and killed a man early Sunday suspected of carrying out shooting attacks at a free speech event and then at a Copenhagen synagogue, killing a Danish documentary filmmaker and a member of the Scandinavian country's Jewish community. Five...
  • Copenhagen gunman had criminal past, gang ties, police say

    Copenhagen gunman had criminal past, gang ties, police say
    The slain gunman suspected in the deadly Copenhagen attacks was a 22-year-old with a history of violence and may have been inspired by Islamic terrorists — and possibly the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris, Danish authorities said Sunday. Prime...
  • Hands-off strategy in Ukraine spurs critics of Obama's foreign policy

    Hands-off strategy in Ukraine spurs critics of Obama's foreign policy
    U.S. officials led the negotiations that ended European wars in Bosnia, Kosovo and Georgia in recent decades, just as they guided the talks in 1945 that ended World War II. But when the leaders of Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine held a marathon...
  • Ukraine fighting surges ahead of cease-fire, at least 25 killed

    Ukraine fighting surges ahead of cease-fire, at least 25 killed
    Massive artillery barrages hit a strategic railway junction in eastern Ukraine on Friday as Russia-backed separatists intensified their efforts to take Debaltseve from Ukrainian government forces ahead of the Sunday start of a cease-fire, Ukrainian...
  • Negotiators agree on early draft of UN climate deal

    U.N. negotiators on Friday produced an early draft of what eventually should become a landmark climate deal in Paris next December, piling on suggestions to make sure the document reflected every country's wishes. So instead of shrinking to a more...
  • Greece, creditors open to compromise but deal still far off

    Signs that Greece and its European creditors are open to compromise boosted market hopes on Friday that the sides can reach a deal to save the country from bankruptcy. But any agreement will likely take time, with both sides pressing hard for concessions....
  • German police in Serbia to try to stem migrant exodus to EU

    German police officers equipped with thermal vision cameras joined Serbian security forces Friday on Serbia's border with Hungary in a bid to halt a torrent of migrants that has alarmed many European Union countries. Tens of thousands of immigrants &#...
  • Greece and eurozone take modest steps to bridge differences

    Greece and its creditors in the 19-country eurozone took visible, if modest, steps Thursday to bridge their differences over Athens' demands to lighten the load of its bailout, but an imminent deal appears still to be some way off. Following weeks of...
  • Ukraine gets new bailout deal from IMF

    The International Monetary Fund has agreed to give Ukraine a new bailout deal worth 15.5 billion euro ($17.5 billion) that could climb to around $40 billion over four years with help from other lenders like Europe and the U.S. Ukraine has so far received...
  • EU criticizes detention policy, military courts in Thailand

    Representatives of the European Union expressed concern over Thailand's use of detention without charge and having civilians tried in military courts, adding to mounting criticism of justice under the Southeast Asian nation's military rule. Their...