Ali Zerdin, Associated Press | posted 21 minutes ago
A review of Slovenia's financial system showed Thursday that the small eurozone state will need to spend about 4.8 billion euros ($6.6 billion) to rescue its banks _ a sum it can afford without the help of an international bailout.
Associated Press | posted 25 minutes ago
Prosecutors at the U.N. Yugoslav Tribunal have provisionally rested their case against Ratko Mladic, the former top Bosnian Serb general accused of 11 counts of war crimes _ including genocide _ for allegedly directing atrocities against civilians during the 1992-1995 Bosnian War.
Associated Press | posted Dec 12th - 6:38am
Less than two weeks after Croatians voted to ban gay marriage, their government has proposed granting same-sex couples new legal rights.
John Heilprin, Associated Press | posted Dec 12th - 5:52am
The global airline industry expects its profits to jump to a record high next year, helped by falling jet fuel prices, rising travel demand and cost-cutting.
Jim Heintz and Raf Casert, Associated Press | posted Dec 12th - 5:35am
Ukrainian officials were heading Thursday to Brussels for talks with the European Union as the bloc's foreign policy chief said the country's embattled president "intends to sign" at some point a trade and cooperation agreement he rejected last month.
Nataliya Vasilyeva, Associated Press | posted Dec 12th - 5:17am
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday announced a set of initiatives to crack down on Russian companies who register and pay taxes in offshore jurisdictions.
Nataliya Vasilyeva, Associated Press | posted Dec 12th - 4:14am
Russian President Vladimir Putin used his state-of-the-nation address on Thursday to defend conservative values, referring obliquely to his government's anti-gay stance as he chided the West for treating "good and evil" equally.
Associated Press | posted Dec 12th - 2:56am
The European Union's highest court has ruled that in EU countries where gay couples can't marry, they must get the same benefits as married people if they enter into civil partnerships.
Raf Casert, Associated Press | posted Dec 12th - 2:51am
Two weeks ago, the European Union's foreign policy chief was at a summit in Lithuania, wooing Ukraine's president with offers of preferential dealings with the world's largest trade bloc. This week, she stood in Kiev's Independence Square with protesters bent on ousting the same man.
Nicole Winfield, Associated Press | posted Dec 11th - 2:47pm
Italian Premier Enrico Letta's reconstituted governing coalition comfortably survived confidence votes Wednesday that were called after Silvio Berlusconi jumped to the opposition.
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