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Europe Needs a Soft-Power Approach

In the decade that followed the collapse of the Soviet Union, Europe was concerned but not worried about the decline of Russia.

Today the Internet, Tomorrow the Shoes

At a recent meeting of the G8 security and justice officials, Interior Minister Rashid Nurgaliyev said it was time to ""stop terrorist access to the Internet.""

The Romantic Tale of Doughnuts at Tiffany's

Do you know what Tiffany's is? It's the place that changes all your notions about affluence, common sense and disposable income.

Militant Group Says It Holds Israeli

Meanwhile, Hamas and Fatah agree to a plan that implicitly recognizes Israel.

Bush Slams Papers on Database

U.S. President George W. Bush on Monday condemned as ""disgraceful"" the disclosure last week by The New York Times and other newspapers of a secret program to investigate terrorists that relies on a vast international database, which includes Americans' banking transactions.

Waste, Fraud in Hurricane Relief Total Up to $2Bln

Among the many superlatives associated with Hurricane Katrina can now be added this one: it produced one of the most extraordinary displays of scams, schemes and stupefying bureaucratic bungles in modern history, costing taxpayers up to $2 billion.

Graves Hold Clues to Iraq Killings

Perhaps they were so terrified they didn't trust the officers who demanded their identification cards and they hid the cards beneath layers of clothes.

Birth of Brothers Linked to Homosexuality

Having one or more older brothers boosts the likelihood of a boy growing up to be gay -- an effect due not to social factors, but biological events that occur in their mother's womb, according to a study published Tuesday.

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