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The spiraling investigation into India's troubled Commonwealth Games landed its chief organizer and two more officials behind bars on Monday — a long-anticipated arrest after months of allegations and cries of corruption over the event.
Italy does not want to renegotiate Europe's Schengen visa-free accords but favors some "technical control" to determine whether they are adapted to current realities, Foreign Minister Franco Frattini said Sunday.
This is the story (but much more than the story) of Gerbert of Aurillac (France) who, as a schoolmaster, abbot and Pope Sylvester II, is credited with bringing "the light of science to the Dark Ages," in the words of the subtitle.
President Obama seems to have trouble giving the Libyan rebels what they need most in their life-and-death struggle to topple Col. Moammar Gadhafi's repressive dictatorship: weapons.
Our British and European cousins are wrestling with a problem we don't have - yet. How far can the state go to require religious beliefs to conform to basic law? You don't have to be a civil libertarian to feel a chill down your back in even putting the dilemma in such blunt terms.
Evil is a word that seems to have fallen out of current usage. The eminent British historian, Michael Burleigh, however, doesn't shy away from using it and describes in bone-chilling detail its manifestations in his latest book, "Moral Combat: Good and Evil in World War II."
Col. Moammar Gadhafi's loyalists shelled a mountain town and clashed with opposition forces in a besieged coastal city Wednesday, rebels said, as the Libyan leader sought to quell resistance in the western part of the country, which is largely under his control.
Druse in the Israeli-held Golan Heights have been turning out in thousands in shows of support for Syria's president as he faces anti-government protests.
Wall Street doesn't believe Washington will get its act together and address the growing debt crisis. Markets tumbled Monday after the Standard & Poor's ratings agency raised a red flag over the deficit, going negative on the outlook for the U.S. economy.