Fischer gets a first-hand account of reconstruction efforts in Kunduz. (photo: AP)


Setting an Example for Iraq

photo: AP


Blind Solidarity

Michel Barnier, right, the French Foreign Minister speaking to Joschka Fischer, the German Foreign Minister at the end of the second day of a meeting of EU Ministers for Foreign Affairs in Tullamore, Ireland, Saturday April 17, 2004 (photo: AP)

Middle East

Germany and France Criticize Rantisi Killing

EU leaders are unenthusiastic about Bush backing Sharon's plans (photo: AP)

Middle East

EU Skeptical about Israeli Plan

German Moslems during prayer (photo: AP)

Muslims in Germany

Instead of Protest: Raising Awareness in Mosques

Germans circle for peace (photo: AP)

Easter Marches in Europe

Protesting Against Military Buildup and Iraq War

Papadopoulos believes the U.N. plan favors Turkish Cypriots. (photo: AP)


Greek Cypriot Leader Rejects Peace Plan

Motassadeq, left, leaving prison on Wednesday (photo: AP)


Blockading Terror Trials

UN Secretary General Kofi Annan is revising his Cyprus peace plan to break a deadlock between Greeks and Turks, photo: AP


Peace Plan Set for Vote

Megawati’s image on a water container , photo: AP


Bumper Ballot in Indonesia

Times for women in the Maghrib seem to be changing (photo: Markus Kirchgessner)


The Reforms Have Yet to Set Root in People's Minds

German Foreign Minister Fischer and Afghan President Karzai close the talks in Berlin. (photo: AP)

Afghanistan Conference in Berlin

Conference Ends with Focus on Drugs and Security

Almost 80% of the world's opium now comes from Afghanistan: Poppy field in the Nangharhar province, photo: AP

Afghanistan Conference in Berlin

Spotlight on Security and the Drugs Crisis

Group photo at the International Donor Conference in Berlin, AP

Afghanistan Conference in Berlin

Donor Conference Pledges Billions in Aid

Afghanistan conference, Tokyo 2002 (photo: AP)

Afghanistan Conference in Berlin

Reminding Delegates of Their Obligations

Greek and Turkish Cypriots marched under the Cyprus flag proposed by the U.N. on Monday. (photo: AP)


Countdown Begins for Reunification Deal

Afghanistan's interim president Hamid Karzai (photo: AP)


The Country Is in Need of International Support

photo: AP


Looking for a Fourth Way

Navid Kermani, photo: Larissa Bender

Muslims and Europe

Whatever Happened to the Divine Peace?

"Islam doesn't kill": A Muslim woman after the attacks (photo: AP)


Moroccan Immigrants Mourn with Victim's Families