BRUSSELS - Japan declared an end Tuesday to a dispute with China over a high-seas collision last month and the two countries agreed to resume exchanges and projects that had been stopped because of the incident.

BRUSSELS - The European Union declared Thursday it will temporarily waive World Trade Organization tariffs on key Pakistani imports to help boost the flood-devastated country's economy.

BRUSSELS - French President Nicolas Sarkozy has vowed to keep dismantling illegal immigrant camps despite EU criticism that France is unfairly targeting Gypsies.

BRUSSELS - A bitter rift over France's Gypsy expulsions was set to dominate a summit of European Union leaders Thursday, after French ministers angrily hit back at comments likening the crackdown to World War II deportations.

COPENHAGEN, Denmark - Danish police on Wednesday identified the man suspected of setting off a small explosion in a Copenhagen hotel as a one-legged Chechen-born boxer living in Belgium.
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