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Russian president is long on passion but short on solutions for his country
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Berlin's new mayor faces crippling municipal debt and the prospect of fresh elections in the fall
A woman, her brother, a petri dish and an egg donor cause legal and ethical furor in France
Descendants of early polar explorers relive a hot night in Antarctica
The optimists were wrong. Europe can't escape this economic slowdown
'Soul City', South Africa's wildly popular soap opera, spreads public-health messages across the continent
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French-born singer Manu Chao is back, touring with an album that mixes rock and world music
Mathieu Chedid's alter ego: funk-glam-rocker M
In a spate of rioting, Algeria's Berbers rise up against joblessness, corruption and police brutality
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World wine production and consumption are on the rise. But so too are the prices for Bordeaux's best
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