Articles by Molly Moore

EU Divided Over New Members

  • 18 May 06
  • The Washington Post
Some EU members, fearful of losing jobs and influence, are not convinced that Bulgaria and Romania should be accepted.

Milosevic Found Dead in His Cell

  • 13 March 06
  • The Washington Post
The former Yugoslav president spent the last four years on trial over war crimes in the 1990s.

Street Violence Against Police Spreads in Paris

  • 03 November 05
  • The Washington Post
Clashes between angry youths and French police spread to at least six Paris suburbs Tuesday night, with police firing tear gas and rubber-coated bullets at street fighters who lobbed Molotov cocktails and burned cars and trash cans.

UN Tracks Suspect to Monastery

  • 22 September 05
  • The Washington Post
The chief prosecutor for the United Nations tribunal for Balkans war crimes has said that a Roman Catholic monastery in Croatia is sheltering a fugitive Croatian general charged with atrocities against Serb civilians and that the Vatican has refused pleas to help find him.

Arafat Buried Amid Chaos in West Bank

  • 15 November 04
  • The Washington Post
The helicopter carrying Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat's body touched the ground Friday, and his impassioned mourners surged forward.

Kosovo Negotiator's Death Recounted

U.S. Probes Mexico Agency's Drug Ties

Trip Spotlights Struggle of Ailing Pope

South Asia Tour Shows Hillary in New Light

India Basks in Beauties, But Is It Skin-Deep?

In South Asia, Women Take the Reins of State

Indian Tea Growers Steeped in Crisis

Indians Raise Stink Over Manure Imports