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Republicans such as Richard Lugar and Roscoe Bartlett are questioning the U.S. intervention, but so are Democrats Jim Webb and Dennis Kucinich.
The U.S. invasion of Iraq toppled Saddam Hussein, but it may have robbed Iraqis of eventually pursuing a home-grown victory. With Libya, U.S. officials remember such pitfalls of intervention.
In his memoir, Rumsfeld defends his record presiding over two wars, but says he regrets some of those wisecracks, such as referring derisively to France and Germany as "Old Europe."
NATO leaders' plates are full: Europe's debt crisis, a re-evaluation of Afghanistan policy, Russian relations, missile defense and nuclear disarmament.
The French president, accused of accepting illegal campaign donations from L'Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt, faces the political fight of his life.
Shaky European economies are having trouble securing loans from American banks, and anxiety is spreading across the continent.
French first lady Carla Bruni shocked Michelle Obama by trying to compare notes on their sex lives, according to a new book on President Obama's first year in office.
Stocks in Europe rebound on news of wide-ranging bailout plan for Greece and Portugal.
They're beyond help. But at least they have each other.
Meeting with President Obama at the White House, French President Nicholas Sarkozy expressed faith in America's policies on Iran and Afghanistan.
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