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This Bastille Day, France's president has the upcoming election on his mind.
In France, the case has touched off a national conversation about harassment.
France takes presumed innocence seriously, especially for someone of the IMF head's stature.
The French, addicted to US crime shows, watch a real-life drama unfold featuring the French head of the International Monetary Fund.
The US and EU need help from regional powers in intelligence sharing, peacekeeping and diplomacy.
Facebook and Twitter helped shift the power of fear from its leader to its people.
The issues highlighted by the Giffords shooting are as complex as those in Gaza or Grozny.
Gun control and health care for mentally fragile among Gabrielle Giffords' priorities.
As the black truffle becomes more scarce, the French get desperate.
Willis Barnstone's "Restored New Testament" draws from original Greek texts.
Analysis: Reluctance to conserve tuna is symbolic of trend away from sustainability.
Analysis: Leaders advocate divergent approaches, from nonintervention to hawkish aggression.
Tufts Students take their cameras and keyboards to Hue.
Some overseas Vietnamese visit home to spread wealth, others return for final resting place.
If America’s war was fought to make Vietnam secure for foreign capital, it was a success.
Provencal villagers marvel over nature's destruction, mourn their neighbors and blame climate change.
There's an international spotlight on the BP oil spill, but still regulation seems out of reach.
New immigration law allows police to detain anyone on mere suspicion of having sneaked across the Mexican border.
In Wyatt Earp and Geronimo country, it's starting to feel a bit like Pakistan.
Remembering John Nance, the journalist who wrote of the Tasaday people.