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September 2010

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Basking in Global Clout, Brazil Ponders Life After Lula

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By Larry Luxner

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Hagel May Have Left Senate Behind, But Not His Candor About Politics

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By Michael Coleman

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U.N. Summit Races Against Clock To Resuscitate Millennium Goals

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Last Edited on Tuesday, July 01, 2014 By Rachael Bade Monday, November 22, 2010

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Marking 30 Years of Solidarity, Poland Revives Push for Democracy

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By Anna Gawel

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Slew of African Countries Mark Half a Century of Independence

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Last Edited on Tuesday, July 01, 2014 By Victor Shiblie Monday, November 22, 2010

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Tale of Two Countries: Colombia Pushes Ahead While Venezuela Stumbles Along

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By Larry Luxner

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Disenchantment Sinking Obama's Vaunted Mideast Engagement

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By Rachael Bade

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Big Three Carmakers Slam Brakes On Predictions of Detroit

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By Heather Mueller

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Confronting Enigma and Stigma Of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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By Rima Assaker Anna Gawel

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Bridging Great Wall

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By Carolyn Cosmos

U.S.-China Educational Exchanges

Breaking Down Misconceptions

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Successful Adoption

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By Dena Levitz

For 40 Years, WPAS and Embassies Team Up to Embrace D.C. Schools

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From Harlem to Hungary

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By Dena Levitz

Officials Explore If Inner-City Program For Poor Minorities Can Help Roma

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Special Class Guests

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By Dena Levitz

EU Diplomats Moonlight As D.C. Teachers for Europe Day

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Cultural Openings

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By Larry Luxner

Washington Area Welcomes New Embassy Culture Centers

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Ugly Competition?

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By Larry Luxner

U.S., Iran Plan Controversial ?New Embassies in London

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Time to Scream

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By Gary Tischler

Munch

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Speaking Same Language

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By Gail Scott

Multilingual Louise of Luxembourg Multitasks Family, Work

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Something to Rethink

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By Jacob Comenetz

Folk Meets Function at Mexican Cultural Institute

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Pitch a Tent

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By Rachel G. Hunt

Buck's Fishing and Camping

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Mesrine

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By Ky N. Nguyen

How France's 'Public Enemy No. 1' Developed His 'Killer Instinct'

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Good Harvest

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By Ky N. Nguyen

AFI Serves Up Bounty of International Films for Fall

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