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  • Philip Morris 1Q results top Street's view; raises outlook

    Philip Morris International Inc.'s first-quarter profit fell, pressured by a strong dollar. Still, its performance beat analysts' expectations as it shipped more cigarette. The seller of Marlboro and other cigarette brands outside the United States...
  • Iran nuclear talks to resume in Vienna April 22-23

    Major world powers and Iran will resume talks next week on Tehran's nuclear program, aiming to come up with a comprehensive deal by the end of June. The European Union said in a statement Thursday that senior negotiator Helga Schmid will meet with Iran's...
  • A look at EU's handling of the Mediterranean migrant influx

    More than 400 migrants were reported missing and at least 10,000 more have been rescued in the Mediterranean this week, highlighting the scope of the challenge facing the European Union and further exposing weaknesses in its migration policy. Here's a...
  • Western Europe's right-wing parties: Sensational but ineffectual

    PARIS -- The current transatlantic view of Europe is one of continental political decline, elegant at best but ominous at worst. Much of the European Union seems threatened by hostile if marginal (or not always so marginal) nationalist parties, above...
  • EU accuses Google of abusing Internet search dominance

    Like other U.S. high-tech titans, Google Inc. is learning that doing business in Europe is no vacation. The European Union's antitrust chief on Wednesday accused Google of abusing its search engine dominance to favor its own comparison shopping services...
  • International relations are like game of Risk

    We hear all the time how one world leader is playing strategic chess, and others are playing checkers. However, in today's world, the game isn't chess anymore. It's the game of Risk. Chess is played by two players (powers), one against the other on a...
  • FDA approves new type of heart failure drug from Amgen

    Patients with chronic heart failure, a disabling, deadly disease that worsens as the heart gradually pumps less efficiently, are getting a much-needed new option with U.S. approval Wednesday of a novel drug from Amgen Inc. Corlanor is the first...
  • Graffiti in the 'Gallery': Show about street art a bold choice for Hellenic Museum

    Graffiti in the 'Gallery': Show about street art a bold choice for Hellenic Museum
    "Read the walls!" says one of the works of Greek street art on display in "The Street Is My Gallery," now up at the National Hellenic Museum. "It's your children talking to you!" If this is true, then the scores of images of Athenian public art that...
  • In UK election, party promises range from nukes to bees

    It's a common refrain: Politicians are all the same. The party platforms released this week for Britain's May 7 election tell a more diverse story, revealing, amid their hundreds of pages, which party wants to bring an NBA team to Britain and which has...
  • Turkey lashes out at pope, EU over Armenia genocide comments

    Turkey was on the defensive Wednesday, lashing out at both Pope Francis and the European Union's legislature for their descriptions of the Ottoman-era killing of Armenians as genocide. Turkey's prime minister Ahmet Davutoglu said that the pontiff has...
  • Microsoft case shows Google could face long, costly antitrust fight

    Microsoft case shows Google could face long, costly antitrust fight
    If Google Inc. did an online search of how European antitrust regulators tangled with Microsoft Corp. during the last decade, Google would see it could be facing a long, costly fight of its own. Officials of the 28-nation European Union on Wednesday...