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  • World Briefing: Obesity May Be a Disability, Court Says

  • Obesity can be a disability, the European Court of Justice ruled Thursday, a decision that could have widespread consequences across the 28-nation European Union for the way in which employers deal with severely overweight employees.
  • European Markets Eye an Austerity-Weary Greece

  • There is a general sense that Europe could survive a breakup with Greece, if it came to that, with relatively minimal damage, thanks to an array of recent regulatory changes and a renewed commitment among leaders.
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  • #SaveBela campaign may spare dog's life

  • Connie Lay made an unusual request in her will before she died last month in Aurora, Indiana: She asked that her German shepherd, Bela, be euthanized and buried with her.
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  • Full Diplomatic Plate for Kerry in Rome

  • Secretary of State John F. Kerry traveled to Rome on Sunday to meet Israeli and Palestinian leaders, the new European foreign policy chief and the foreign ministers of Russia, France, Britain and Germany.
  • Pope Francis says animals go to heaven

  • According to widely cited Italian media reports, Francis recently told a young boy grieving the loss of a pet dog that "paradise is open to all God's creatures." It's yet another instance of Francis appearing to rock the theological boat carrying the world's 1.2 billion Roman Catholics on their voyage to eternity.
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  • Full Diplomatic Plate for Kerry in Rome

  • Secretary of State John F. Kerry traveled to Rome on Sunday to meet Israeli and Palestinian leaders, the new European foreign policy chief and the foreign ministers of Russia, France, Britain and Germany.
  • Pope Francis says animals go to heaven

  • According to widely cited Italian media reports, Francis recently told a young boy grieving the loss of a pet dog that "paradise is open to all God's creatures." It's yet another instance of Francis appearing to rock the theological boat carrying the world's 1.2 billion Roman Catholics on their voyage to eternity.
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  • A Gay Mayor in Poland? No Big Deal

  • The victory of a gay candidate with little fuss amounts to a sea change in conservative Poland, where the Catholic Church wields enormous political power.
  • Gender differences at school

  • Every so often a boy shows up to school at Garden Oaks Montessori in Houston wearing nail polish or a headband. When that happens, children -- and, sometimes parents -- ask questions.
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  • U.S. Tightens Crimea Embargo to Pressure Russia

  • President Obama signed an executive order barring new investment and trade with Crimea and freezing the property of people or businesses operating in the region or helping its leadership.
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