The latest news headlines from around the world
- Afghan army 'needs years of help'
- Obama makes jobs top priority
- Haiti girl rescued after 15 days
- Two activists 'executed in Iran'
- US man 'detained' in North Korea
- France awaiting verdict on ex-PM
- Toyota recalls another 1.1m cars
- Brazil's President Lula taken ill
- Apple unveils iPad tablet device
- Spiky little dinosaur had ginger feathers, scientists reveal
- Iran: 11 post-election rioters sentenced to death
- Obama rallies U.S. with State of Union
- Afghanistan talks eye Taliban plan
- U.S. and Russia 'close' to arms treaty
- Apple may face 'iPad' legal battle
- Rescuers pull girl, 16, from rubble
- Haitian PM: Traffickers target orphans
- Lebanon: Airline data recorder found
- Pakistan, al Qaeda blamed in Quran burn
- Report: American held in North Korea
- Obama to Party: Don?t ?Run for the Hills?
- Rapid Growth Has Its Perils, Toyota Learns
- Iran Reportedly Executes 2 Over Election Protests
- Afghan Tribe Vows to Fight Taliban in Return for U.S. Aid
- North Korea Fires Again Into Disputed Waters
- Amid Earthquake?s Ruins, Signs of Revival in Haiti
- The Female Factor: Getting Women Into Boardrooms, by Law
- Political Asylum for Homeschoolers: Evangelical Christians Celebrate Victory over 'Embarrassed' Germany
- Picture This: Safety Blanket
- A Megha Facelift for Escada: New Indian Owner Hopes to Revive Troubled Label
- World Economic Forum: Saving the World in Davos?
- The World from Berlin: New Leadership 'Will Split Left Party in Two'
- Banning the 'Burqa': France's Quest to Maintain its Secular Identity
- Holocaust Remembrance Day: Israeli President Asks Germany to Pursue Holocaust Perpetrators
- Blair's Blemish: Former Prime Minister to Testify Before Iraq Inquiry
- European Reaction: ECB Head Praises Obama's Bank Reform Plans
- Shimon Peres' Remarks to the Bundestag: 'The Holocaust Raises Painful Questions'
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