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A new campaign urges standard EU regulations to fight female genital mutilation.
Despite appearance of alleged Balkans war criminal in Hague, women look to EU ahead of accession moves.
Could the EU have prevented Greece's debt crisis?
The European Parliament resoundingly rejects a US counterterrorism program.
The European Parliament's new powers allow it to block agreements like SWIFT.
Body scanners: You'll see them at US airports. But whether European airports will have them is up in the air.
The EU's new president, Belgian Herman van Rompuy, faces challenges of his own and others' making.
The appointment of a new European Commission every five years sees countries jockey for key slots.
Many, but not all, European allies rally behind Obama after his speech.
The EU's anti-piracy Operation Atalanta fields distress calls from the Gulf of Aden and sees some success.
The EU is trying to decide what kind of personality it wants for the new position of president.
But some allege that it is being planned in secret.
The Irish have given their all-important "aye" to the Lisbon Treaty, but another obstacle exists: the anti-EU Czech president.
While there is new common ground on climate change, Americans and Europeans still look at Afghanistan and Iran very differently.
All employees in the EU get at least 20 vacation days. Why don't Americans get the same?
An Iranian exile worries his demonstrations against Iraq fall on deaf ears.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen has laid out his priorities as head of the NATO alliance, and touched on his troubled past.
While the country's leaders propel accession, others raise doubts.
On National Day, Belgians barely lift a flag.
European Union rushes to put crisis-preparedness plans in place, fearing another gas shutdown.