Russia, furious over NATO war games set to begin Wednesday in Georgia, says recent turmoil is evidence of Saakashvili's instability. Armenia withdraws from war games.
Like her father before her, she takes a walk at dusk to greet neighbors and let the day settle.
Like a business rediscovering its core competency, the city of light has seen the opening of no fewer than 12 major exhibitions in recent weeks.
Musi's case is thought to be the first of its kind in the US in more than a century.
US president discussed Armenian massacre, democracy, and EU membership.
The US president got a ringing endorsement of his new Afghanistan strategy – but only 3,000 new, mostly non-combat troops.
As president heads to France, Europeans ask how best to respond to an ally that is suddenly sending all the signals it has hoped for.
Ahead of the G-20 summit, Spain decides to withdraw troops from Kosovo and investigate Bush officials for torture.
Ahead of the G-20 economic summit, a divide grows over the balance of regulation and stimulus.