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Greek and German media folk trade unpleasantries
The deaths of reporters Shadid and Colvin bring home the terrible cost of reporting important stories.
MI5 investigated the film comedian at request of FBI
Anthony Shadid was one of the finest reporters in the Middle East.
Polish views on the crisis
New generation is discovering the recipes of austerity
Statistics prove yet again: cutting alone will not help an economy
Hyperbole sweeps the pundits, obscuring the situation
Top newsroom reporters and editors arrested at Murdoch's The Sun, Britain's largest selling daily paper
Fabled Scottish soccer team has can't pay its tax bill
Despite the chaos Greece's deficit is coming down
Will the rest of the EU or won't the rest of the EU accept it?
New American definitions of illness provoke controversy among British mental health professionals
Controversial author Charles Murray's new book points to births out of wedlock as a reason for social decay in America. Europe's experience says illegitimacy may not be the reason.
Moving eyewitness testimony from the British ambassador in Syria
In or out, Europe is now prepared for any eventuality.
First Hatchet Job of the Year presented
Argentine President Kirchner ramps up Falkland anniversary war of words.
European countries play what cards they have against Assad regime.
In Britain and around the world people mark the bi-centenary of the "inimitable" Charles Dickens birth.