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By Maureen Hoch
The president of Poland -- along with a cadre of top military and civilian leaders -- died Saturday morning when his plane crashed on approach to an airport in western Russia.
By Larisa Epatko
A European Union financial safety net for Greece approved late Thursday contains potential bilateral loans from eurozone countries and assistance from the International Monetary Fund.
Viktor Yanukovych was sworn in as Ukraine's president Thursday, after a Feb. 7 runoff that is still contested by Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, and promised to move the country forward on an innovative path.
With almost all of the votes tallied, opposition candidate Viktor Yanukovych claimed a victory over Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko by a slim margin in Sunday's presidential runoff in Ukraine, although Tymoshenko refused to concede defeat by Monday evening local time.
Toyota expanded its recall to China and Europe on Thursday, but said it was nearing a fix to the gas pedal problem that pushed the automaker to halt sales and production on several popular models.
Margaret Warner chats with author Kati Marton about her book "Enemies of the People: My Family's Journey to America," which looks at the human cost of the Cold War.
By Arts Desk
Robert Edsel's "The Monuments Men" tells the drama that largely took place behind the scenes of the great sweep of destruction, violence and final triumph of the second world war: the systematic looting of art by the Nazis, and the…
On the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, Germans celebrated the event that came to symbolize the end of the Cold War. Jeffrey Brown reports.
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