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  • Kerry pays respects to Paris terror attack victims with 'big hug'

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry paid respect in both English and French on Friday to the victims of last week's terrorist attacks in Paris in a show of American solidarity with the French people. At a ceremony at the Hotel de Ville, the city hall of...
  • European police try to stop new attacks, but even EU security chief calls it "very difficult"

    Belgium ordered its army into the streets and anti-terror raids across Western Europe netted dozens of suspects Friday as authorities rushed to thwart more attacks by people with links to Mideast Islamic extremists. As anxiety soared in the wake of...
  • Cuba's Fidel Castro reportedly sends letter; prisoners released

    Cuba's Fidel Castro reportedly sends letter; prisoners released
    Former Cuban President Fidel Castro, whose absence from public view for months has fueled rumors that he might be dead, reportedly sent a letter to Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona, assuring his friend that he is just fine, thank you. Meanwhile,...
  • Obama calls French shooting 'cowardly evil attacks'

    Obama calls French shooting 'cowardly evil attacks'
    President Barack Obama called Wednesday's deadly shooting at a satirical newspaper in Paris "cowardly evil attacks" on journalists and a free press and vowed to help France pursue the terrorists who went on the run. Obama said the attack that left 12...
  • Sri Lanka's president facing stiff election challenge

    Sri Lanka's president facing stiff election challenge
    Ballots were being counted Thursday in Sri Lanka’s closest election in recent memory as powerful President Mahinda Rajapaksa faced a surprisingly fierce challenge from a onetime ally. In spite of threats of violence, precincts across the island...
  • Businesses welcome new rules on Cuba travel, trade

    Businesses welcome new rules on Cuba travel, trade
    U.S. travel and business with Cuba will get easier starting today. Two U.S. government agencies issued initial regulations Thursday for President Barack Obama's more open policy announced Dec. 17, softening the effects of the 54-year-old U.S. embargo...
  • AWOL in Paris: What was Obama thinking?

    AWOL in Paris: What was Obama thinking?
     One song President Obama probably isn't singing to himself right now is "The Last Time I Saw Paris." In failing to put in an appearance at the mass street demonstration against the dark cloud of terrorism that has just visited the City of Light, he has...
  • UN's Syria envoy pledges new push for a political solution

    GENEVA Warning that the Islamic State is just 20 miles from Aleppo, the United Nations special envoy for Syria urged the warring sides to freeze the use of heavy weapons in and around what was once Syria's business capital as a first step toward...
  • Belgian police kill two suspects during anti-terrorism raid

    Belgian police kill two suspects during anti-terrorism raid
    At least two people were killed Thursday in an anti-terrorism operation near a train station in the eastern Belgian city of Verviers as authorities widened their investigation into last week’s terrorist attacks in France to include potential...
  • Kerry says France trip not to apologize for unity march no-show but to give 'big hug to Paris'

    Pledging "to share a big hug with Paris" and show American solidarity with the French people after last week's deadly terrorist attacks, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has touched down in the French capital. Kerry arrived in Paris on Thursday from...
  • Obama's hesitation in Ukraine endangers Eastern Europe

    With the United States understandably focused on Islamist threats to the civilized world, Russia's Vladimir Putin continues to whittle away at the post-Cold War architecture of global relations by ignoring his commitment to respect Ukraine's sovereignty...