09/26/2013 12:22amIreland's love affair with pub and pint is sparking national soul-searching as never before because of an unofficial holiday dreamed up by Guinness.
09/26/2013 4:32amA German court has dropped a fraud case against a young Dutch man who claimed to be a teenager with memory loss who had been living in the woods outside Berlin.
09/26/2013 5:24amRemote cameras set up to track Siberian tigers in Russia have caught a golden eagle attack on a sika deer, snapping three photos as the massive bird digs its talons into the distressed animal's back.
09/26/2013 5:29amTwo British supermarket chains have apologized for selling Halloween costumes that made insensitive references to mental health issues.
09/26/2013 6:13amLondon's mayor has officially opened a spacious new square in front of London's King's Cross station, known to Harry Potter fans across the world as the home of the fictional Platform 9 3/4.
09/26/2013 8:03amAn Athens prosecutor ordered an investigation Thursday into a blog post on a military reservists' website demanding the resignation of the government and president and the appointment of an interim government under the guarantee of the armed forces.
09/26/2013 8:22amJan. 28, 1948: Charles Taylor born in Arthington, Liberia, into a family descended from freed American slaves.
09/26/2013 9:28amSwitching to British time might bring Spain some family-friendly British customs as well, lawmakers said Thursday in recommending that Spain reverse a World War II change that put them in synch with Nazi Germany.
09/26/2013 9:30amEuropean railway operators must pay passengers compensation for delays even if the cause is beyond the company's control, the bloc's top court ruled Thursday in a decision poised to benefit millions.
09/26/2013 9:33amSpanish authorities say Belgian police have arrested a suspected top member of a terrorist recruitment network based in Spain that allegedly sent militants to carry out attacks for al-Qaida-linked groups in Syria.
09/26/2013 9:38amHuman rights activists said Thursday that a Saudi citizen was held at an alleged secret CIA detention site in Lithuania and urged authorities to re-open an investigation into possible rendition in the Baltic state.
09/26/2013 10:27amAn American anti-chemical weapons advocate, a Palestinian human rights campaigner, a Congolese surgeon who helps wartime rape victims and a Swiss pioneer of pest control for sustainable agriculture have been named winners of this year's Right Livelihood Awards.
09/26/2013 10:56amRussia's President Vladimir Putin and his Belarusian counterpart have watched a massive joint military exercise of the two ex-Soviet neighbors that involved more than 22,000 troops.
09/26/2013 12:26pmAn executive of the Italy-based pasta maker Barilla has apologized for hurting anyone's "sensitivity" after saying the company would never feature ads depicting gay families.
09/26/2013 2:59pmA Hungarian Roma artisan says a dream motivated him to build a black walnut crib for Prince George, the two-month-old baby who is third in line to the British throne.
09/26/2013 3:10pmThe tabloids call her "the white widow," a British-born Muslim convert who was married to one of the suicide bombers in the 2005 attack on London's transit system. And for days now, the British media have been rife with speculation she took part in the terrorist takeover at a Nairobi shopping mall.
The station representative who can assist a person with disabilities with issues related to the content of the public files is Mike Dowdle, available during regular office hours at firstname.lastname@example.org and (801) 575-5555.
© 2013 ksl.com | KSL Broadcasting Salt Lake City UT | Site hosted & managed by Deseret Digital Media - a Deseret Media Company v04