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  • Plane crash kills 150 people in French Alps; black box found

    A black box recovered from the scene and pulverized pieces of debris strewn across Alpine mountainsides held clues to what caused a German jetliner to take an unexplained eight-minute dive Tuesday midway through a flight from Spain to Germany,...
  • Damaged black box sent for analysis in Alps plane crash

    SEYNE-LES-ALPES, France A severely damaged cockpit voice recorder is one of the only leads in the fatal crash of Germanwings flight 4U 9525 in the French Alps, where some 650 searchers started combing a section of mountain face at daybreak on Wednesday....
  • French crews to resume efforts at dawn to reach Germanwings wreckage

    PARIS Search crews planned to resume helicopter flights around dawn Wednesday to remote mountainside in southern France where a Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed after a rapid descent, likely killing all 150 people aboard. The crash, one of the deadliest...
  • France swings to the right as Europe retrenches

    France, long the land of the left, is making a right turn. The top two parties in weekend local elections were the conservative UMP and the far right National Front. And even the governing Socialists are adopting traditionally right-wing policies:...
  • As crowd chants 'Death to America,' Khamenei backs nuclear talks

    As crowd chants 'Death to America,' Khamenei backs nuclear talks
    Iran’s supreme leader on Saturday urged Iranians to support their government’s efforts to negotiate a nuclear deal, even while denouncing the United States and other Western governments involved in the talks. In a much-anticipated speech...
  • World powers, Iran face make-or-break nuke talks next week

    The United States and Iran broke off nuclear negotiations ahead of schedule Friday, setting up make-or-break talks next week for a deal providing long-term assurance to the world that the Iranians cannot develop nuclear weapons. The sides were close to an...
  • John Kerry urges swift resolution in Iran nuclear talks; France hesitant

    John Kerry urges swift resolution in Iran nuclear talks; France hesitant
    Secretary of State John Kerry Saturday urged a quick resolution of the international negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program, amid French warnings that too much haste could yield a bad deal. In a rare hint of divisions between Western governments...
  • EU pledges to extend Russian sanctions, vote to come later

    BRUSSELS The European Union pledged to prolong sanctions against Russia, pressuring President Vladimir Putin to support a cease-fire in Ukraine that's straining under violation complaints from both sides. The commitment to extend the penalties until...
  • EU vows to support Libya but rules out sending troops

    European Union leaders, concerned about migrants using Libya as a jumping-off point to reach the continent, pledged Friday to help the conflict-torn country regain stability but ruled out deploying any security operation. The leaders backed the U.N.-...
  • EU commits $2.15 billion to help Greek poor deal with crisis

    The European Union committed 2 billion euros ($2.15 billion) on Friday to help Athens deal with what even EU leaders now call the "humanitarian crisis" hitting Greeks in the wake of the financial crisis that left the nation on the brink of bankruptcy. EU...
  • Far-right party fighting for lead in France's weekend vote

    Discontented Socialists, frustrated conservatives and an eclectic array of others — from gays to political renegades — could be among those casting ballots for France's far-right National Front in local voting this weekend, elections that...