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5 Arrested in U.K. Bomb Plot

Police searched several houses near Glasgow's airport and made a fifth arrest Sunday in connection with an attack on its main terminal and a foiled car bomb plot in London.

U.S., Britain Tighten Security After Attacks

The chaos caused by a series of terrorist strikes in Britain has raised fears that car bomb attacks like those in Iraq have reached Europe, and U.S. airports are tightening security in response.

Brown Reaps Praise for his Response to Terror Strikes

Gordon Brown's response as Britain's new prime minister to the latest wave of terrorist attacks won praise Sunday from opposition parties and civil rights campaigners alike.

Hong Kong Celebrates Decade of Chinese Rule

Hong Kongers celebrated the 10th anniversary of the handover to China on Sunday with a colorful parade, a dazzling display by paratroopers and a mass street protest to call for progress on democratic reform.

China's Governance Defies Expectations

On the day 10 years ago that this longtime British colony returned to Chinese rule, even the sky seemed to be crying over the territory's uncertain future.

Apple's iPhone Leaves People Waiting

While many who snapped up Apple's iPhone were using the latest must-have gadget even before leaving the store, some buyers were put on hold as they experienced frustrating delays in activating their cell phone service.

Investors Hope iHype Brings Profit

For the giddy Apple groupies who spent hours, or days, in line for an iPhone, it all came down to the final reward: snagging a new technology for $600 that has yet to prove itself.

Bell Canada Welcomes $48.5Bln Bid

Bell Canada agreed to be bought by a private partnership led by the Ontario Teachers Pension Plan in a deal valued at 51.7 billion Canadian dollars ($48.5 billion), which would be the largest leveraged buyout ever.

Europe's Most Important Country

It will be up to the next presidents of Russia and the United States to repair the relationship between their two countries.

The Flip Side of the Arches

A precocious 4-year-old named Alyona was the star attraction in our compartment on a train back to Moscow not long ago.

Azeri Press Restrictions Not Making the News

There wasn't much point traveling to Azerbaijan for the freedom of speech demonstration in Baku in June.

Yanukovych Calls for Pact on Vote Results

Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, in an article published Saturday, urged Ukraine's president to sign a pact upholding the outcome of September parliamentary elections to keep the country clear of a new political crisis.

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