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Americans expect less help than residents of Scandinavia and Europe do.
Europeans are watching the election too.
Gianni Alemanno won in Rome and Boris Johnson won in London.
The diplomatic expulsions sent Belarus's deteriorating relations with the West to a new low point.
A gulf widens between Muslims and those of other faiths.
President Bush left this morning for Europe, where he will be meeting with leaders from Ukraine, Croatia, and Russia before traveling to Bucharest, Romania, for the NATO summit, which begins Wednesday. Before departing, Bush delivered a speech from the White House in which he asked Congress to pass important legislation on intelligence gathering, housing, and trade matters while he is away.
Yet, strangely, America's long-term economic prospects seem stronger than Europe's.
More services from more cities may bring lower airfares.
Facing resurgent Taliban, the Bush administration urges European allies to do more.