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  • Williams' enhanced proposal represents a premium of 10% over the nominal purchase price in Southern Union's recently revised agreement with Energy Transfer, announced on July 5, 2011.

  • Moreover, they often have been cited as examples of what the European Union's 27 member states should all be doing as part of their much-discussed but largely theoretical European defense program.

    France, Britain sign treaties calling for unprecedented military cooperation

  • In essence, the World War II deficit experience tells us more about fiscal stimulus in the Soviet Union's command economy during the Cold War than it does about the modern U.S. mixed economy.

    Military stimulus

  • The county was the site of a cold-war showdown with the United States and at one time boasted the Soviet Union's biggest naval base abroad.

    Russian President Signs Nuclear Plant Deal With Vietnam

  • "We are concerned by the delays in the announcement of the results as this creates unnecessary uncertainty and suspicion among the electorate, and we have serious concerns about the transparency of the electoral decision-making and aggregation process," said the European Union's Chief Observer, David Martin.

    Tanzania's Ruling Party Expects to Win Election

  • The European Union's election observer team said Tuesday that the delay is raising tensions among voters.

    Fears of Vote Tampering Increase in Tanzania’s Delayed Election Results

  • Had the war ended at First Manassas, slavery would likely have remained intact, because ending it was not yet the Union's goal.

    In Richmond, a Civil War expert seeks to emancipate history's narrative

  • Julie Platner for The Wall Street Journal The original porthole windows of the annex, at left in its new guise in this photo, echoed their fellows still seen in the National Maritime Union's headquarters building, at right in this photo.

    Reviving Chelsea's Portholes

  • A spokesman for the European Commission — the European Union's executive arm and Europe's highest antitrust authority — said the regulator will complete an antitrust review by Dec. 8.

    Antitrust Review of BSkyB Deal Begins

  • The European Union's foreign-policy chief said she had been notified by Iran that its negotiators would be willing to meet her and representatives from six governments, including the U.S., after Nov. 10.

    World Watch

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