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France Sees Stalemate on Kosovo

France said Wednesday that it did not expect to reach a deal with Russia at the United Nations over a draft resolution on Kosovo's future.

69 Ukrainians Poisoned by Toxic Cloud

The number of people treated for exposure to toxic smoke from a phosphorus fire in Ukraine more than tripled Wednesday, from 20 to 69, a day after a train loaded with the chemical derailed and caught fire.

Polish Leader Under Fire for U.S. Remarks

President Lech Kaczynski faced domestic criticism Wednesday for signaling to the United States that Warsaw wants to host a missile defense base even before official negotiations are over and without agreement from the Polish parliament.

Cocaine Smuggling Grows on Euro's Back

It's Saturday night and thrill-seekers from around the world crowd the streets of Amsterdam's red-light district ready to binge on sex, drugs and alcohol.

At Least 189 Killed in Brazilian Plane Crash

The pilot of an airliner that burst into flames after trying to land on a short, rain-slicked runway apparently tried to take off again, barely clearing rush-hour traffic on a major highway.

Japanese Nuclear Plant Closed After Serious Quake Damage

An earthquake-ravaged nuclear plant was shuttered indefinitely Wednesday, amid revelations that damage was worse than initially announced and mounting international concern about Japanese nuclear stewardship.

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