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  • Libya's only a part of Mideast equation

    The eyes of the world are on the battle for Libya. It's undeniably a compelling drama: Spirited but untrained rebels, plus NATO airstrikes, pitted against an eccentric dictator with a cinematic wardrobe. But it's the wrong drama to worry about. The...
  • McManus: Obama's popular in Europe, where it doesn't count

    In a deservedly obscure village among the green hills and dairy farms of Ireland's midlands stands a pub that has been turned into a shrine to Barack Obama. In the back room of Ollie Hayes' saloon, a large and markedly unattractive fake-bronze bust of the...
  • Doyle McManus: The GOP's Libya dilemma

    Doyle McManus: The GOP's Libya dilemma
    Republican presidential hopefuls have been scrambling to figure out the right vocabulary for denouncing President Obama's decision to launch U.S. planes and ships into action against Libya's Moammar Kadafi. Because Obama made the decision, they know...
  • Four reactors at Fukushima nuclear complex will have to be scrapped, utility chairman says

    Four reactors at Fukushima nuclear complex will have to be scrapped, utility chairman says
    The chairman of the utility that runs the crippled Fukushima power plant on Wednesday said the facility's four tsunami-battered reactors would have to be scrapped, and he apologized to the Japanese public for the nuclear disaster. Tsunehisa Katsumata,...
  • McManus: Merkel intent on keeping Eurozone united

    McManus: Merkel intent on keeping Eurozone united
    Silvio Berlusconi, Italy's impossible prime minister, has committed almost every sin that modern politics affords. He entertains barely-of-age girls as overnight guests and brags about it. He appoints business cronies and television starlets to government...
  • 30 straight hours of performances, exhibits and boozing in Paris

     
    It was almost midnight in Paris, and a writhing mass of naked, purple-colored men and women slithered down steps as throngs of visitors meandered through the vast galleries and hidden nooks in the newly restored, and greatly enlarged, Palais de Tokyo...
  • A post-elections reality check in the Eurozone

     
    Goodbye, campaign - Hello, reality. The headline in Monday's Sueddeutsche Zeitung, one of Germany's most influential newspapers, couldn't have said it better in looking at the realistic alternatives Europeans have for reining in spending to protect...
  • French voters head to the polls to choose next president

     
    French voters head to the polls Sunday for their country's presidential runoff election. Polls favor Socialist candidate Fran├žois Hollande, with President Nicolas Sarkozy in danger of becoming the first French incumbent president to lose a reelection...
  • Pain now or pain later? Europeans prefer putting it off

     
    With more than half of the 17 Eurozone countries slipping back into recession in recent months and popular discontent reaching a crescendo, overseers of the European common currency may be more likely to heed the hurting countries' calls for stimulus...
  • Mikhail Gorbachev says DVD can help cool U.S.-Russia relations

     
    Mikhail Gorbachev, who once ran the Soviet Union during the Cold War, is touting the home-video release of “Cold War,” the massive documentary about the epic conflict....
  • Hollande defeats Sarkozy in French presidential race

     
    Socialist Francois Hollande was elected president of France on Sunday, defeating conservative incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy in a race that focused heavily on the country's economic woes....