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  • 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...
  • Museum attack in Tunisian capital kills 19; 2 gunmen slain

    Foreign tourists scrambled in panic Wednesday after militants stormed a museum in Tunisia's capital and killed 19 people, "shooting at anything that moved," a witness said. Two gunmen were slain by security forces following the deadliest attack on...
  • The Latest: UN Security Council condemns Tunisia attack

    2:27 a.m. (0127 GMT, 9:27 p.m. EDT) Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe confirms the deaths of three Japanese, and says three others were injured. Japanese broadcaster NHK, quoting an unnamed senior official, says the government is aware of the reports of...
  • French carrier in Gulf lends support to anti-IS mission

    With an allied American aircraft carrier not far away, Rafale and Super Etendard fighter jets catapult off this nuclear-powered symbol of French naval fortitude to attack Islamic State group positions hundreds of miles northwest in Iraq. The Charles de...
  • Greek leader defiant ahead of bailout meeting

    Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras insisted Wednesday his government will honor an election promise to end budget austerity — a note of defiance ahead of an expected meeting with the leaders of Germany and France on the country's troubled bailout....
  • French president calls for preservation of Iraq, Syria art

    French president Francois Hollande has issued a call to preserve the cultural heritage threatened by the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria, after extremists have demolished relics and pillaged archaeological sites in both countries. Hollande...
  • Attack on Tunisian museum leaves 19 dead, including tourists

    TUNIS, Tunisia Gunmen stormed a museum in Tunis on Wednesday, killing 19 people, including 17 foreign tourists, in the worst attack in Tunisia's capital since the overthrow of the country's dictator in 2011. Armed men dressed in military uniform opened...
  • Greece seeking joint Merkel-Hollande talks on bailout

    Greece has called for joint talks with leaders of Germany, France and the European Union executive to try and resolve the crisis surrounding the country's bailout negotiations. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras proposed meeting German Chancellor Angela...
  • French police on trial over teen deaths that sparked riots in 2005

    French police on trial over teen deaths that sparked riots in 2005
    Some things have changed since riots swept across France's troubled neighborhoods a decade ago. Public money has funded glistening new housing projects with Mondrian-style color schemes, roads have been re-paved, tramways installed and new sports and...
  • Europe, US at odds over size of Russia's intrusion in Ukraine

    BERLIN A diplomatic divide between the United States and Germany over the extent of Russian military involvement in Ukraine and how to respond to it threatens to hinder hopes of providing greater support to the beleaguered nation. The dispute comes as...