Some 35,000 members of the legendary brigade have been denied the right to retire in the country they served.
A jury found three men associated with the London bombers, but didn't help them.
Promises of cash and jobs – rather than ideological pledges – help prompt fighters to lay down their arms. But questions remain about the program's efficacy.
Michael Misick resigned as prime minister of the Caribbean island on Mar. 23 amid corruption allegations. He calls Britain's return to direct rule 'modern-day colonialism.'
The country has put steep tariffs on an array of goods. Seventeen of the world's 20 largest economies have broken recent promises not to take protectionist measures.
While French and British leaders have been high profile, the low-key German chancellor is getting credit for the summit's regulatory focus.
At the G-20 summit, the US, Japan, and South Korea are attempting to win backing for a Security Council resolution against North Korea.
The Obama-Hu exchange seemed to go well, while dinner Wednesday night gave Obama and Germany's Merkel a chance to reach greater détente.