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Prince Albert's wedding has Monaco residents hoping the glamorous nuptials and festivities will restore some of the shine the city lost during the global financial crisis.
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France's admission Wednesday that it provided weapons to Libyan rebels renews debate on the legality and wisdom of arming rebels in conflicts whose outcome is unpredictable.
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