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    Embassy Row

    The Conservative-led British government is considering naming an atheist and halfhearted socialist who has justified terrorism as its next ambassador to the United States, according to a London newspaper with close ties to left-wing political circles.


  • Ed Miliband (left), newly-elected leader of Britain's opposition Labor Party, embraces brother David Miliband, who was also a candidate for the top party post, following the announcement of his selection at the start of the party's annual conference in Manchester, England, on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2010. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

    U.K.'s new Labor leader says he won't be 'Red Ed'

    Ed Miliband, Britain's newly appointed opposition leader, insisted Sunday he won't force his Labor Party toward the political left wing after he harnessed the support of leftist labor unions to beat his better-known brother in a dramatic election.


  • Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Bashir Bilour, minister of the North-West Frontier Province, touts a peace agreement reached with pro-Taliban militants yesterday in Peshawar, Pakistan. In return for the pullout of forces, the militants vowed to end a wave of terror in the restive border region.

    Deal reached with militants

    Pakistan's new government yesterday agreed to pull its forces out of a restive region near the Afghan border and allow elements of Islamic Shariah law to be imposed there in return for a promise by local Islamic militants to end a wave of terror and arrest foreign terrorists operating in the area.


  • Deal reached with militants

    Pakistan's new government yesterday agreed to pull its forces out of a restive region near the Afghan border and allow elements of Islamic Shariah law to be imposed there in return for a promise by local Islamic militants to end a wave of terror and arrest foreign terrorists operating in the area.


  • Britain asks U.S. to free 5 at Guantanamo

    LONDON (AP) — Britain called today for the Bush administration to release five British residents held at Guantanamo Bay — a policy reversal that suggests new Prime Minister Gordon Brown is pursuing a tougher line with the United States than his predecessor.


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  • World Scene

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  • Britain's Brown picks a war critic for new Cabinet

    LONDON — New Prime Minister Gordon Brown named a Cabinet yesterday that included a critic of the Iraq war as foreign secretary — a clear signal of a shift in British policy toward the unpopular conflict.


  • Brown names Miliband foreign secretary

    LONDON - Britain's new prime minister, Gordon Brown, chose his senior circle of ministers today, picking David Miliband as foreign secretary. The youngest foreign secretary in decades, he is a rising star who voiced doubts over the Iraq war.


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