- Belgium questions 4 IS suspects who may have planned attacks
BRUSSELS (AP) — Belgian prosecutors said Wednesday they have questioned four suspected Islamic State group recruiters, who may have planned new attacks in the country.
- What next for Greece? Loan averts crisis but debt still huge
FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — It's all but official: this summer's Greek crisis has been called off.
- NATO's star sculpture is moving to the alliance's new home
BRUSSELS (AP) — The giant oxidized steel star that has stood in front of NATO's headquarters in Brussels for decades is being moved to the alliance's new home across the street.
- Ukrainian who posed as student faces federal fraud charges
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A Ukrainian man accused of faking his name and age while attending a central Pennsylvania high school and having sex with an underage girl is now facing federal passport fraud and social security fraud charges.
- Freed Ukrainian pilot gets hero's welcome on return to Kiev
KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — During the nearly two years that she was imprisoned in Russia, Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko became a national hero in absentia, lauded for her flinty defiance. On Wednesday she made a celebrated return to the country still embroiled in a fight against Moscow-backed separatists.
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