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  • France honors memory of slaves in Caribbean museum

    French President Francois Hollande is to honor the memory of millions of slaves in an inaugural visit Sunday to a memorial in the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe, where black men and women were sold to work on sugar cane plantations from the 17th to...
  • Raining on Putin's parade: Why so many no-shows for WWII celebration?

    Friends and foes have snubbed Saturday's Red Square military parade, a dent in Russians’ pride over their World War II sacrifice and President Vladimir Putin’s reputation for throwing blowout parties. Here’s why, little more than a...
  • French president says UN climate fund could help Caribbean

    French President Francois Hollande told Caribbean leaders on Saturday that a planned international green fund could help the vulnerable, tourism-dependent region mitigate the effects of climate change. Hollande headlined the Caribbean Climate Summit,...
  • Europe marks 70 years since Nazi defeat, end of epochal war

    With quiet moments of memory or military pomp, leaders and ordinary citizens across Europe are marking 70 years since the Nazi defeat and the end of a war that ravaged the continent. But the East-West alliance that vanquished Hitler is deeply divided...
  • Cameron's triumph may weaken movement for Britain's EU exit

    It might seem logical that triumph for David Cameron's traditionally Euro-skeptic Tories would boost the likelihood of Britain splitting from the European Union in a referendum the prime minister has promised to call by 2017. But things are rarely so...
  • Sergio Marchionne is calling, but few are answering

    DETROIT Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne pleaded with the global automotive industry last week to explore mergers and partnerships to deal the rapidly rising cost of building cars and trucks globally. But the central question the maverick CEO left...
  • Paris prosecutor: UN slowed probe of troops sex-abuse claims

    The "U.N. hierarchy" rejected French efforts to hear from the author of a U.N. report alleging that French soldiers sexually abused four children in the Central African Republic, the Paris prosecutor's office said Thursday. The revelation accompanied...
  • French court says phone-tapping of Sarkozy, lawyer was legal

    The Paris appeals court ruled Thursday that investigating judges didn't break any laws when they tapped conversations between former President Nicolas Sarkozy and his lawyer, in connection with a probe into past campaign financing. The decision...
  • Greece makes IMF payment amid signs of bailout progress

    Cash-strapped Greece scraped together a 200 million-euro ($222 million) repayment to the International Monetary Fund on Wednesday amid signs its long-stalled bailout negotiations were making some progress. The payment came as Greek government officials...
  • Iran deal must include Gulf security guarantees, France agrees

    ISLAMABAD French President Francois Hollande on Tuesday threw his weight behind demands by Saudi Arabia and other Persian Gulf Arab monarchies that a prospective deal with Iran over its nuclear program come with guarantees of their security. After...
  • Yemen rebels fire into Saudi Arabia, killing at least 3

    Yemen's rebels fired rockets and mortars into Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, killing at least three people and purportedly capturing five soldiers in an attack showing the insurgents' ability to launch assaults despite weeks of Saudi-led airstrikes targeting...