The presidents leading either side of the divided island are longtime allies.
At Prague summit today, EU leaders seek stronger ties with six former Soviet republics.
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.
Readers write about what America can learn from Finland.
In Madrid, the workers' day was marked by samba dances, not brick-throwing.
The flow of capital and travelers across international borders has accelerated in recent years, presenting new challenges.
Workers are being sent home, construction has stopped, and leaders of the 'Baltic Tiger' fear growing social unrest.
Adil Hakimjan, the first freed Guantánamo prisoner to be granted asylum in Europe, says he is 'very happy.' President Obama called Friday for seven of the 17 remaining Uighurs at the prison to be released.