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Stanislav Petrov, who saved the world from nuclear armageddon, dies at 77

On September 26, 1983, Soviet military officer Stanislav Petrov received a message that five nuclear missiles had been launched by the United States and were heading to Moscow.

Rejuvenated Berlusconi lays out vote platform, eyes victory in Italy

Former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, marking a formal return to Italy’s political stage, laid out his policy priorities on Sunday for the forthcoming election, portraying himself as a pro-European moderate.

Jean-Claude “Charlemagne” Juncker’s Indian summer

A year ago Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, surveyed his dominions and found them wanting.

Catalonia divided as controversial poll on independence sparks conflict with Madrid

As appeals for dialogue make no progress, Madrid turns to threats of police action.

How a striking family history shaped Germany’s powerful chancellor

Soon after Germany reunified in 1990, a Lutheran pastor in the formerly communist east wondered whether capitalism could be reconciled with Christianity.

Turkey signs Russian missile deal, pivoting from NATO

In the clearest sign of his pivot toward Russia and away from NATO and the West, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that Turkey had signed a deal to purchase a Russian surface-to-air missile system.