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Back on the map: The gritty authenticity of Tangier is still there, but a new generation of artists and expats is giving this fabulously shabby port a new shine. Read Article »
Obstacle seen in bid to curb Afghan trade in narcotics
By THOM SHANKER
Some NATO member nations say their laws do not permit soldiers to carry out such operations.
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Drug rehabilitation or revolving door?
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In the costly world of addiction treatment, very few rehabilitation programs have the evidence to show that they are effective.
Clinton moves to bolster role of State department
By MARK LANDLER AND HELENE COOPER
As she prepares to helm the State Department, Hillary Rodham Clinton is seeking a bigger budget and an expanded role in dealing with global economic issues.
Investors lose faith in the bankers of HSBC
By LANDON THOMAS JR. AND JULIA WERDIGIER
Once seen as relatively protected from the severe problems caused by the subprime crisis, investors are beginning to question the strength of the financial giant HSBC.
Ghana's oppposition questions country's image abroad
By LYDIA POLGREEN
Some in Ghana worry that the country's image as a bastion of peace and democracy is merely a sign of the low expectations for Africa.
Car slump jolts Toyota, halting 70 years of gain
By BILL VLASIC AND MARTIN FACKLER
The grim forecast from Toyota Motor is the latest sign of the global auto industry's sharp slowdown after years of rising profits and rapid expansion.
Foreign automakers in the U.S. cut back
Private equity firm hints it may let Chrysler go
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Guinea's dictator, Lansana Conte, dies
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In parts of Eastern Europe, mentally ill kept under wraps
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