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A (fake) Angela Merkel weighs in on the debt crisis from a unique perspective.
Two key votes against austerity-focused politicians in France and Greece offer more uncertainty in Europe.
The winner gets the presidency — but also the chance to shape the future of the euro zone, for better or for worse.
An American citizen says he was detained in the UAE at the request of the US, and was tortured. He's also not the first to make such a claim.
The attack in Norway by avowed white supremacist Anders Behring Breivik raises the question of how best to deal with this kind of hate. Breivik went on trial today.
It's not "save our souls," but "save yourself." If the boat's going down, make sure you get a life vest.
But the court ruling is hardly an endorsement of the US government's broader anti-terror strategy.
The Greek man who killed himself in Athens reportedly said he didn't want to leave debts to his kids.
The UK-Argentine tough talk has escalated to a dull roar, but nobody's listening to the Islanders.
Another dispatch from the "Why are we still writing about this in 2012?" files
A guide to the latest drug-war deaths, lords and trafficking routes.
Brazil's second-largest city shows off the latest trends
In Honduras, a culture of impunity and drug-war violence make a deadly combination
Five of the top 10 most violent cities in the world are in Mexico, and almost all in the Americas.
Video of businessman Miguel Sacal beating a building attendant reignites debate on wealth inequality
Iranian leader laughs off idea of Iran as nuclear threat, reaffirms his bond with Chavez
Is this the latest attempt at cyber-sabotage?
Fidel Castro speaks out about the new oil-harvesting method
The Sinaloans and the Zetas have been battling it out, but there's not an easy answer
The IMF warns that Latin America will see weaker growth this year as the EU struggles