EU leaders trying to decide who gets top posts

European Union leaders launched a new round of talks Sunday in desperate hopes of producing a breakthrough in a diplomatic fight over who should fill top leadership posts at the 28-nation bloc. Leaders of member countries have so far twice failed to make the key appointments, which include picking a replacement for Jean-Claude Juncker as president of the EU's powerful executive arm, the European Commission, and for Donald Tusk as head of the agenda-setting European Council.