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US diplomats summarize Turkish politicians' personalities in often colorful language.
Did a left-wing group kill an investigative journalist?
GlobalPost asks 7 Greeks of varying backgrounds about their country's recent troubles.
Groups of southern European anarchists with unclear aims and tenuous links are blamed.
Turkey's long dormant insurgency by Kurdish separatists has reignited with a spate of attacks.
A year after the bloody crackdown on Iranian protesters, the trials begin.
The one-time Western wannabe gives its strongest signals yet that it's willing to go its own way.
International outrage over Israel commando raid on Gaza aid ships.
Young Greeks leave home to find employment.
Greece protests could threaten the Papandreou government if they move beyond the fringe.
Greek economic crisis accelerates clashes between immigrants and locals.
Civil unrest in Greece may have empowered guerrilla groups.
Our correspondent takes his chances with two strangers in a white BMW on one of the world’s most treacherous mountain roads.
“Anti-vice” campaign echoes political tensions between Afghanistan and West.
Photos: Debate continues at this military base over whether a hockey rink and TGI Friday's represent democracy or decadence.
The latest casualty of a shadow war fought between American soldiers and invisible guerrillas.
Human rights groups charge Ahmadinejad regime has used death penalty excessively.
Enthusiasm mixes with cynicism at challenges ahead to provide security to Afghanistan.
Kabul talk means little in Kandahar, troops and locals agree.
Gadhafi enlists a surprising ally in his jihad against Islamists — dervishes.