Politics

Human rights activist Haitham Maleh (photo: Amnesty International)

Interview

Life as a Permanent State of Emergency

photo: AP

Opinion

World Politics on the Brink of a New Era?

European relief workers begin their work in Iran (photo: AP)

Iran

Hopes for Finding Survivors Fade

People flee the city of Bam in Iran after the violent earthquake on Friday.

Iran

Quake Death Toll Climbs to 20,000

Ghadafi, photo: AP

Libya

Gadhafi Renounces Weapons of Mass Destruction

They got him and are now calling for the "ultimate punishment." (photo: AP)

Iraq

Europeans Oppose Death Sentence for Saddam

The work of Germany's Stasi archive could serve as a model for Iraqi leaders. (photo: AP)

German-Iraqi Relations

Coming to Grips with the Past

Indonesia's former prime minister Mahatir Mohamad (photo: AP)

Malaysia

Mahathir's Difficult Inheritance

Turkish Cypriot President Rauf Denktash will be remaining in office but may lose his position as negotiator. (Photo: AP)

Cyprus

Election Ends in Tie

An estimated 550 million small arms are in circulation worldwide. (photo: AP)

Germany

Arms Exports Under Fire

Iraq

Chirac, Schröder Support Debt Relief

Where will the ex-dictator stand trial? (photo: AP)

The Iraq Crisis

Saddam Hussein's Uncertain Future

Where will the ex-dictator stand trial? (photo: AP)

The Iraq Crisis

Saddam Hussein's Uncertain Future

Logging on -- U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan in Geneva ahead of the World Summit on the Information Society. (photo: AP)

Digital Divide

Trying to Narrow the Gap

photo: Markus Kirchgessner

Media Dialogue

Whither Iran?

Synagogue in Marseille, France (photo: AP)

Anti-Semitism Debate

EU Survey Dogged by Controversy

photo: AP

Afghanistan

From Mujahedeen to Farmer

EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana, Foto: AP

Berlin Contradicts EU's Solana on Iraq

The Petersberg in Bonn (photo: AP)

The Uncertain Future of International Law

Roshanak Daryoush (photo: PEN Germany)

A Role Model for Many Iranian Intellectuals

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