Romney's chilly comments about Moscow at the Republican convention stirred up Russian media. But foreign policy experts say Romney would handle Russia much as Obama has.
Germany's Chancellor Merkel is sticking to her position that Greece must stay – and that its exit could have unforeseen negative consequences. But the ranks of those who disagree are growing.
Recent coverage of the two princes' adventures underscore the differences in how their royal roles have evolved since Princess Diana's death 15 years ago.
Britain's Conservative Party wants to kickstart the economy and provide more routes to China. But Prime Minister Cameron's own coalition partners – and many environmentalists – are pushing back.
Londoners are gearing up for what should be a record-breaking Paralympic Games, with sell-out crowds and new highs in both the number of athletes and the number of countries participating.
French President François Hollande called yesterday for the Syrian opposition to form a provisional government. But, critics note, that's easier said than done.
Scandalous photos of royals were once British tabloids' bread and butter, but only one paper has published the latest Prince Harry photos. Such restraint may hint at a constrained press.
The Russian Orthodox Church said an antireligious campaign – in sympathy with Pussy Riot punk band – was under way after four large wooden crosses were destroyed over the weekend.
The British tabloid The Sun became the country's first newspaper to print nude photos of Prince Harry.
Anders Behring Breivik, who was convicted of twin terror attacks last summer that killed 77 people, announced he would not appeal his sentence of 21 years in prison.
German Chancellor Merkel remained cool to the Greek prime minister's pleas in Berlin for more time to implement economic reforms. Samaras travels to France Saturday.
A Norwegian court found Anders Behring Breivik was sane when he killed 77 people last year in a bombing and shooting rampage, and sentenced him to a maximum of 21 years for 'terrorist acts.'
British reaction to Prince Harry's Las Vegas photos has been relatively muted, with the media holding back due to ethical concerns and the public enamored of the prince's charm.
New data show Britain's tax receipts down and government borrowing up in July, prompting criticism that Cameron's Conservative government is doing 'too little, too slowly' to engineer an economic recovery.
Since the economic crisis hit in Europe, aggregate hours for full-time workers have increased across the European Union, according to a new report.
Two German cabinet members have squared off on whether biofuel production is contributing to higher food prices. Biodiesel and bioethanol provide about 6 percent of the overall fuel supply.
Few people took much note of Russia's Pussy Riot punk band before it was put on trial for blasphemy. Now even Putin supporters are sympathizing with the young women.
The Pussy Riot punk band's harsh sentence drew swift Western condemnation. More important for Putin will be how it influences the views of Russians, especially the elite.
London 2012 gave Britain a patriotic boost – not to mention spectacular results at the medal table. Not everything, though, was as rosy as hoped.
Germany's conservative coalition is pushing to pay moms who stay home to care for children ages 1 to 3. Opposition parties are outraged, calling the plan an antiquated take on family politics.
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