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  • 'Obama moment:' Europeans calling

     
    by Andrew Zajac European Parliament President Jerzy Buzek makes an official visit to the United States this week, looking to capitalize on "the 'Obama moment" in meetings with key administration officials, including Vice President Joe Biden and...
  • Biden: U.S., Europe must be 'honest'

     
    by Mark Silva Vice President Joe Biden, addressing the European Parliament today in Brussels, urged lawmakers to embrace a U.S. Treasury plan for tracking the finances of potential terrrorists -- and reiterated the Obama administration's commitment to...
  • IRAN: Court sentences leaders of Bahai faith to 20 years in prison

     
    Seven leaders of the Bahai community in Iran were sentenced to 20 years in prison on charges of spying for foreign nations, cooperation with Israel and undermining Islam, according to Bahai representatives in the United States and France. All those......
  • The Armenian question, 2008

    Harut Sassounian, publisher of the California Courier and a leading figure in the local Armenian-American community, visited the Times this week to discuss relations with Turkey, genocide recognition and other matters. Here are some highlights. Giving...
  • Jesus in China: Life on the edge

    Jesus in China: Life on the edge
    At a highway rest stop just after dawn, Rev. Zhang Mingxuan answered his cell phone and resumed looking for trouble. "Did you contact the lawyer I mentioned?" Zhang asked the caller, a rural church leader under pressure from his local government. "He...
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  • From the archives: Europe Reaches for a Postwar Dream--Unity

    BRUSSELS -- Europe's history is littered with noble ideas and broken dreams. Now there is a new dream: Unity. Twelve West European nations, among them countries whose differences dragged the world to war twice in this century, have pledged to complete...
  • From the archives: 3 Parties Endorse Walesa as Premier

    WARSAW -- The Polish Communist Party's two longtime parliamentary allies bolted their old coalition Wednesday and agreed to back a Solidarity-led government with Lech Walesa as premier. Solidarity lawmakers, with their new partners in the United...
  • From the archives: Nobel Peace Prize Goes to Tibet's Dalai Lama

    The Dalai Lama, exiled spiritual leader of Tibet, was named winner of the 1989 Nobel Peace Prize on Thursday. The Norwegian Nobel Committee, which announced the award in Oslo, cited the Dalai Lama's nonviolent struggles to regain autonomy for his...