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The government said Tuesday that it was pardoning nearly 5,000 men who deserted Ireland’s armed forces to fight for Britain during World War II.
The F.B.I. director Robert S. Mueller III met with Russian officials in Moscow on Tuesday to discuss the the Boston bombings, according to American officials.
Doctors were among those convicted in an organ-trafficking network that lured poor people to the country and sold their organs to wealthy transplant recipients.
Russian authorities never explained the reason for their concern until after the Boston Marathon bombings.
The nominee, Enrico Letta, deputy head of the Democratic Party, said he would consult with the country’s leaders about its “fragile and unprecedented” political situation.
The country, which has one of the lowest levels of political engagement in the European Union, is at the forefront of efforts to shift some political participation to the Internet.
Alternative for Germany, started by a Hamburg economics professor, could play the role of spoiler in the September elections.
Some wireless carriers contend Apple’s strict contracts are putting other cellphone makers at a disadvantage.
Giorgos Katidis, a 20-year-old Greek soccer player who celebrated a game-winning goal by giving a Nazi salute, has been banned for life from representing his country in international tournaments.
One of the region’s most intractable conflicts may be nearing a close, thanks to the determination of the prime minister, yet ending violence will not end tension.
The venerable British newspaper is hoping to increase American readership with an ad campaign exploring controversial topics through graphics.
When Benedict XVI announced his retirement as pope of the Roman Catholic Church, one of the people not taken by surprise was Giovanni Maria Vian, the scholarly editor of L'Osservatore Romano.
New-car registrations, a proxy for sales, were down in January except in Britain. Among manufacturers, Ford was hit hardest, with sales declining by a quarter from January 2012.
As a meteor streaked across the sky above Siberia on Friday, Russians recorded remarkable video of the event on their cameraphones and dashboard-cams.
Mary Beard, a professor at Cambridge who has popularized the study of antiquity through TV and her blog, was the subject of vicious online attacks after a BBC appearance.