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  • Ex-leader of populist party becomes Parliament speaker

    Denmark's Parliament on Friday elected Pia Kjaersgaard, retired leader of the anti-immigration Danish People's Party, as its speaker, a largely ceremonial post. First elected to the 179-seat Folketing in 1984, Kjaersgaard became deputy speaker three...
  • EU leaders unlikely to attend Chinese military parade

    Top officials from the European Union probably won't attend a Chinese military parade marking the anniversary of the end of World War II in Asia, the organization's ambassador to Beijing said Friday, amid uneasiness about such displays of armed might in...
  • Greece news media taking sides in coverage of upcoming vote

     Greece news media taking sides in coverage of upcoming vote
    Anyone looking for an account of the big antigovernment, pro-European Union rally in the heart of the Greek capital this week can find it easily on the Skai TV network's website. There are news articles written before and after the event, which was held...
  • The Latest: Greek premier wants biggest 'no' vote possible

    The latest news on Greece's financial woes (all times local): ___ 10:45 p.m. Greece's prime minister says "the bigger the 'no' vote, the better agreement we'll achieve" and that a powerful "no" in Sunday's austerity referendum would "send tremors"...
  • Iran takes hard line on inspections, sanctions at nuke talks

    Iran took a hard line Thursday on two of the biggest demands of world powers in a final nuclear accord, rejecting any extraordinary inspection rules and threatening to ramp up enrichment of bomb-making material if the United States and other countries re-...
  • Greece on the brink of collapse

    Greece on the brink of collapse
    To the edtior: The front-page reports (“Greek crisis threatening to undo EU,” June 29)(“Dangers in Greek default,” June 30) of the “Greek crisis” actually reveal that it's not about the Greeks or the Greek economy...
  • Crisis-weary Greece takes another vote, another key deadline in stride

    Crisis-weary Greece takes another vote, another key deadline in stride
    In the land that gave the world the ancient Stoics, Konstantina Mantziorou was doing her best impression of a modern one as she sat outside her two small shops Wednesday. She'll cast one of the most important votes of her life Sunday in a referendum...
  • How Greece's financial meltdown compares to U.S. recession

    How Greece's financial meltdown compares to U.S. recession
    The intense conflict between the European Union (EU) led by Germany and heavily indebted Greece continues. On June 22, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras proposed concessions involving more taxes. On June 25, Greece's government rejected counter-...
  • Disillusioned ex-Israeli peace negotiator finds hope online

    Four years ago, disillusioned former peace negotiator Uri Savir launched a Facebook group aimed at bringing together moderate voices from Israel and across the Arab world. Now he's celebrating his vision with a near million-strong online movement...
  • Hungary's anti-migrant fence to be built within months

    A fence on the Serbian border to stem the flow of migrants and refugees will be built within a few months, beginning with the areas most used by human smugglers, Hungary's foreign minister said Thursday. Peter Szijjarto said that the 4-meter (13-foot)...
  • Polish PM candidate vows no euro, more economic justice

    Beata Szydlo led a little-known politician to a surprise victory in Poland's recent presidential election. Now she hopes to repeat that winning formula for herself. The 52-year-old who managed the election campaign of President-elect Andrzej Duda is...