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Some 600 youths from Europe have joined Muslim extremists fighting to topple Syria’s government. Officials fear what happens when they return radicalized.
Belgians adopt Christmas trees to rescue them from the ax. But do they really have feelings?
Mealworm trail mix and crispy crickets, anyone? Welcome to the meal of the future.
First thing they will tell you is not to call them drones.
Congress pins hopes of securing US border on unmanned drones.
Officials forbid most non-Dutch from cafes as of January 1, 2012; a nation-wide ban could be next.
Secretary General Rasmussen says the mission’s end is “much closer.”
The EU experiments with an innovative system that charges motorists according to driving patterns.
Human-rights activists say repressive post-9/11 policies create more victims.
An oil embargo goes into effect Saturday, but analysts say it still won't hit Assad where it hurts.
The economies of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania surge ahead 20 years after their independence from the Soviet Union.
The EU wants to charge all airlines — its own and other countries' — for their carbon emissions.
Why Norwegians are refusing to cast blame for Anders Behring Breivik's slaughter.
Secretary General defends the alliance's conduct of its Libyan engagement.
But experts say dire action will be needed if the Greek bailout fails.
International assistance gives returning Afghans shelter, but no way to make a living.
US defense secretary calls on NATO allies to contribute more to NATO and its missions.
Actions by France, Denmark, other countries have threatened Europe's border-free travel.
European Union leaders promise arrest of war crimes fugitive will help Serbia on the road to EU membership.
A Danish company is the only manufacturer of US executioners' anesthetic of choice for lethal injections.