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Topic: Western Europe
As world welcomes '7 billionth baby,' UN says empowering women is key to stability
New rules needed for African farm investments, Oxfam report says
Denmark's election a litmus test for Europe's far-right politics
Norwegians rally around victims as Breivik appears in court
Norway attacks put spotlight on Europe's right-wing parties. Who are they?
Lunar eclipse, first of 2011, occurs Weds.
Latin America Monitor
Mexico fields candidate to lead IMF. Does he have a shot?
Moral Combat: Good and Evil in World War II
The Origins of Political Order: From Prehuman Times to the French Revolution
The surprising factors behind Asia's renaissance
Letters to the Editor – Weekly Issue of March 14, 2011
Frankfurt gunman in US airmen killing kept radical company on Facebook
Japan's economy in deep trouble? Look again.
As Germany rises, Europeans begin to rethink their unity project
Terrorism & Security
Coptic church officials on alert around the world
Terrorism & Security
Danish intelligence foils terror plot against newspaper
From Eurostar to Heathrow, snowy Europe struggles to move
The next 40 years will be the most important in human history
Shanghai test scores have everyone asking: How did students do it?
Europe on alert: fall 2010 terror plots
Obama in Europe: Back among friends or another 'shellacking' ahead?
Congo: UN scrambles to better protect civilians in wake of mass rape
A deep northern quiet in Norway
French Muslims feel increased scrutiny amid terror concerns
US economic growth will lag behind global rate, IMF forecasts
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