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II: To Germans, U.S. motives now suspect
Iraq war brings a role reversal that may not fade quickly
III. For Poles, an easy choice
But Warsaw's U.S.-Europe balancing act will get harder
IV. Britain rethinks its role
‘Bridging’ the Atlantic has cost Blair dearly
V. France: Friend or foe?
Calm returns, but some say it is just a lull
Jan. 22, 2003: Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld tells reporters that France and Germany are part of "Old Europe."
Facebook challenged over drinking game deaths
Facebook was under pressure from lawmakers Tuesday to curb an online drinking game known as "Neknomination" after the phenomenon was linked to the recent deaths of two young men in Ireland.
The European Union
Building a supernation
U.S. and Britain
Key dates in a 'special relationship'
Iranian-Americans focus on their new country
With elections in Iran Friday, Iranian-Americans expect a spate of stories to focus on their hopes for their homeland. But, by and large, they'd settle for some sign that their new homeland accepts them. By Michael Moran.