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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterPart joy ride, part soul quest, the road trip is part of the American character. Even before the price of gas went through the roof, many Europeans didn't care for driving vacations. ¶ I don't know why. They have a grand continent to explore. The advent...
Orlando Sentinel Movie CriticWas a time, a very brief time, when Jean-Claude Van Damme was cool. That moment came in 1993 when his Cajun kick-em-up Hard Target came out, and Van Damme, "the muscles from Brussels," introduced American audiences to the great Hong Kong action director...
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer2007-10-08 13:03:24.0 Administrator2: Hi all, and welcome to the Travel Chat! 2007-10-08 13:03:40.0 Administrator2: Welcome to Jen Leo, Jane Engle and Andrew Nystrom! 2007-10-08 13:04:01.0 Andrew Nystrom, Web Travel Editor: Welcome travel fans. Thanks...
Baltimore Sun Foreign DeskRussia is already counting the benefits of its solidarity with the United States against the Taliban. In Chechnya, Moscow believes there is less danger of international criticism of its actions and that it can place more pressure on the rebels. This...
Tribune senior correspondentThe issue before the court was dear to the heart, or stomach, of every European--food. In this case, Parmigiano Reggiano, or Parmesan, the hard sharp cheese from the area around the Italian city of Parma. The case went all the way to the European Court...
Special to The TimesGETTING THERE From LAX, connecting service (change of planes) to Brussels is offered on Lufthansa, Swiss, American, KLM, United, Delta, British Airways and Continental. Restricted round-trip fares begin at $656. Ghent is less than an hour by train from...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterEnding weeks of deep, divisive wrangling, NATO agreed Sunday to help Turkey prepare to defend itself in the event of a U.S.-led war against Iraq. Meeting late into the evening here, alliance representatives reached a consensus to supply Turkey, which...
Tags: Saddam Hussein, Defense, NATO, Belgium, France
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON -- With American costs and casualties mounting in Iraq, the Bush administration is showing new interest in putting NATO in charge of the military occupation as a way of scaling back the U.S. troop commitment, U.S. and NATO officials say....
Special to The Times"The things we do with beer, eh?" the waiter said as surprise registered on our faces. We had just tasted a delectable dessert: a sorbet made with three hop-brewed beverages — a wit (white) beer, a kriek (cherry) lambic and an abbey-style ale. We...
Associated PressBRUSSELS, Belgium - The leaders of France, Germany, Belgium and Luxembourg - all critics of the U.S.-led war on Iraq - agreed yesterday to beef up their military cooperation in an effort to make Europe's defense less reliant on the United States. But...
Tags: Germany, NATO, Luxembourg, Advanced Training, European Union
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBRUSSELS -- Europe's history is littered with noble ideas and broken dreams. Now there is a new dream: Unity. Twelve West European nations, among them countries whose differences dragged the world to war twice in this century, have pledged to complete...
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