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From Pipe Dream to Pipe Reality

Chinese President Hu Jintao's visit to Moscow on Monday will provide ample opportunity for Russian and Chinese leaders to sit down and assess the past, present and future of energy cooperation between the two countries.

Tropical Storm Warning

Cuba, which once threatened to be the greatest global flashpoint of them all, could soon be a source of trouble again.

Rallying to Keep This Tbilisi Teen out of Jail

Under dark skies and driving rain a group of schoolchildren marched up the road toward Georgia's Supreme Court building, screaming for justice.

A Mad, Mad Rite of Spring

Many Americans are currently suffering from a seasonal ailment as predictable as it is difficult to explain: March Madness.

EU Hopes to Restart Faltering Iran Talks

EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana said Sunday that he hoped for an early resumption of negotiations with Iran.

Deadly Earthquake Hits Western Japan

A strong earthquake killed one person and injured more than 170 in Japan on Sunday, demolishing houses, buckling roads, triggering landslides and cutting off water supplies to thousands of homes.

Explosion in Sunni Mosque Possibly a Retaliatory Attack

Suspected Shiite militants in southern Iraq bombed a Sunni mosque Sunday in apparent retaliation for a suicide attack the day before that killed 11 people, police said.

Belarus Blames Plane Crash in Somalia on Missile Strike

Belarus has said a missile caused a plane crash in Mogadishu that killed 11 of its citizens, while the Somali government said the incident looked more like an accident than an attack by ever-bolder insurgents.

European Union Grapples With Its Identity at 50

European Union leaders celebrated half a century of unity Sunday by hailing the bloc's achievements in bolstering peace, democracy and prosperity, then pledged to end two years of deadlock over plans to overhaul the way the EU does business.

U.S. Free Trade Deal Draws Thousands to Seoul's Streets

Thousands of South Koreans took to the streets Sunday to denounce a proposed free trade agreement between their country and the United States just days ahead of a deadline for negotiators to strike a deal.

Porsche Raises Volkswagen Stake

Prestige automaker Porsche will increase its stake in Volkswagen, maker of the Beetle, Golf and Jetta, in a move aimed at keeping the company firmly in German hands, though it does not plan to acquire Europe's biggest car maker.

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