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  • Serbia, Kosovo inch toward tentative peace

    Serbia, Kosovo inch toward tentative peace

    Ethnic Serbian officials yesterday postponed a meeting on whether to accept a NATO-brokered accord with Kosovo authorities after ethnically charged violence rocked the breakaway state last month.

  • NATO moves to calm Kosovar-Serb border tensions

    NATO moves to calm Kosovar-Serb border tensions

    NATO is sending hundreds of reinforcements to bolster its peacekeeping forces after border violence has flared between Kosovo and Serbia.

  • In Pictures Cooling off

    Malee, a three-month old Asian elephant, cools off with a spray of water in her wading pool at the Oklahoma City Zoo in Oklahoma City on July 18. Much of the nation is in the grip of a broiling heat wave.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 06/28

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 04/27

    A Thai girl takes care of her younger sister at an evacuation center after they fled home following the fighting between Thai and Cambodian soldiers in Surin Province, northeastern Thailand. Officials said Thailand and Cambodia have traded fire for a sixth day as an increasingly bloody border dispute drags on.

  • Frankfurt gunman in US airmen killing kept radical company on Facebook

    Frankfurt gunman in US airmen killing kept radical company on Facebook

    Arid Uka, who confessed to killing two US airmen at the Frankfurt airport Wednesday, had links with radical groups online but is believed to have acted on his own.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the day 02/16

    A group of Islamic school students playing cricket pose in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The International Cricket Council's World Cup jointly hosted by India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka, is scheduled to kick off in Dhaka on Feb. 19.

  • Opinion US must rejoin international community by recognizing the state of Palestine

    More than 100 nations around the world have recognized the state of Palestine. Why won't the United States? President Obama can redeem America's 'rogue' status by supporting Palestine's effort to join the United Nations later this year.

  • In Pictures Colossal cakes

    Chefs pose in Doha, Qatar, on Dec.16, after entering the Guinness Book of World Records for making the largest cake in the world, which is made in the shape of Qatar. The event was organized to mark Qatar winning the hosting rights to soccer's 2022 World Cup. The cake is 24 feet by 12 feet and took 25 cooks 1,176 hours to make.

  • In Pictures Remembering Richard Holbrooke

    Richard Holbrooke, special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, briefs reporters at the State Department in Washington on July 13.

 
 
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