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Avoiding Moral Autism

The European Union-Russia summit in the Portuguese village of Mafra on Friday marks the 10th anniversary of the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement, which established the institutional framework for EU-Russia relations.

Police Should Chase Killers, Not Quotas

Residents of Moscow can breathe a sigh of relief now that Alexander Pichushkin, convicted of 48 murders in the Moscow City Court this week, is likely to spend the rest of his life behind bars.

Blazes Mostly Halted in California

LOS ANGELES -- California wildfires that have destroyed 1,300 homes and forced the evacuation of 500,000 people raged into a fifth day Thursday, but firefighters seized on a break in the weather to largely halt the march of destruction.

U.S. Slams Iran with Sanctions

WASHINGTON -- The Bush administration announced sweeping new sanctions against Iran on Thursday -- the harshest since the takeover of the U.S. Embassy in 1979 -- charging anew that Tehran supports terrorism in the Middle East, exports missiles and is engaging in a nuclear buildup.

Double-Decker A380 Makes Its First Commercial Voyage

SYDNEY, Australia -- The world's biggest jumbo jet landed safely in Sydney on Thursday, completing its long-delayed first commercial flight from Singapore.

Turkey Says It's Running Out of Patience

ANKARA, Turkey -- President Abdullah Gul warned Kurdish rebels Thursday that Turkey's patience was running out after Turkish forces said they had repelled a guerrilla attack near the Iraqi border.

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