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Methods used to kill bin laden lead to questions about whether the EU has shifted its values.
Killing of Al Qaeda leader could lead to heightened threat in Afghanistan.
Spike in attacks by uniformed Afghans highlights threat among alliance forces.
But was it illegal for lawmakers to accept bribes in exchange for amendments?
With 40 governments gathering in Britain, NATO was hoping for some guidance on how to enforce the UN resolution.
UN, NATO continue to consider taking action to protect Libya's rebels from government forces.
Migrants can slip through the cracks into destitution while trying to win asylum status in Europe.
After Italy requests aid for flood of immigrants landing on Lampedusa island, other EU nations balk.
US pressures Europe to impose travel sanctions on Iranian leaders.
Gender equity advocates hoped Catherine Ashton would hire more women for diplomatic service.
No on admits to inviting Islam Karimov, who will meet with top leaders.
14 of 27 EU members agree on more stringent criteria for who can divorce in their courts.
Hungarian PM Orban makes a small concession on controversial media law.
Could a dispute over fish quotas hurt Iceland's membership bid?
Small European companies take on the American search giant.
In interview, secretary general dismisses concerns about Russian belligerence.
European Union governments take different approach than US to airport security.
What do a Dane, an Afghan, a Russian, a Frenchman and a Georgian want from NATO summit?
Belgians who spirited Allies through enemy territory sometimes made the ultimate sacrifice.
While EU foreign ministers lower the bar for the Serbs to begin the membership process.