Germany: Iran has to come clean on nuclear program
Turkey’s Kurds: a peace role for rebel chief?
The 2010 Nobel Peace Prize citation
OSLO, Norway — The complete text of the citation awarding the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize to Chinese dissident Liu Xiabo.
Chinese dissident Liu wins Nobel Peace Prize
Chinese, Afghan activists favorites for Nobel
Chinese dissident hot bet for Nobel Peace Prize
National Archives puts Nazi papers on public view
Ukraine’s ex-PM criticizes new dress code
KIEV, Ukraine — Ukraine’s glamorous former prime minister is slamming a new government dress code as “laughable.”
Outrage in Italy as ex-Nazi officer free to shop
Nazi praise sparks Swiss rethink of Le Corbusier
Bid to have Indonesian president arrested fails
Yemen: Rocket attack targets British embassy car
Yemen: Mortar round lands near British motorcade
Albania mourns death of British comic hero
Italian PM under fire again, for Holocaust remark
Japan says maritime spat with China over
BRUSSELS — Japan declared an end Tuesday to a dispute with China over a high-seas collision last month and the two countries agreed to resume exchanges and projects that had been stopped because of the incident.
Swedish premier forms minority gov’t
STOCKHOLM — Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt has formed a minority government after his center-right coalition lost control of Parliament in last month’s election.
Chinese, Japanese leaders meet in Europe amid spat
Court upholds deportation of Nobel laureate
US working to accept exiled Cuban prisoners
Israel court upholds deportation of Nobel laureate
5 Germans said killed in Pakistan missile strike
Israeli Supreme Court rebukes Irish Nobel laureate
Local election setback for Spain PM
MADRID — Spain’s beleaguered prime minister suffered an embarrassing setback in a local election race Sunday, and a poll showed his party trailing ever further behind the opposition conservatives at the national level.
Irish Nobel laureate challenges Israeli detention
Flotilla ship is setting for anti-Israel movie
Syria wants Turkey to mediate talks with Israel
9/11 conspiracy theories rife in Muslim world
Nobel experts predict low-key prize after Obama
Violent protests after Dutch outlaw squatting
Hands off my house: Dutch outlaw squatting
Ex-general Musharraf to launch new political party
UN tones down Congo ‘genocide’ report
GENEVA — The United Nations has toned down a report detailing hundreds of gruesome attacks against civilians in Congo over a 10-year period but left intact the suggestion that Rwanda’s army may have committed genocide there in the 1990s.
German police hit protesters with water cannons
German police hit protesters with water canons
Euro ministers delay talks on new debt rules
Euro ministers discussing new debt rules
BRUSSELS — The finance ministers of the 16 countries that use the euro gathered Thursday to debate new rules that would crack down on overspending governments — but disagreements over key elements meant quick consensus seemed unlikely.
UN summit ends with call to action beyond rhetoric
Summary Box: Workers take to streets in Europe
Musharraf: Pakistan’s military need political role
Irish government rejects byelections, survives
Israel passes Nazi-seized drawing to owner’s heir
Italy’s Berlusconi wins confidence vote
ROME — Premier Silvio Berlusconi won a confidence vote Wednesday night in the Chamber of Deputies by a wide margin, staving off, at least for now, the specter of early elections.
UK’s David Miliband quits after losing to brother
Despair in Gypsy ghetto town in eastern Romania