John-thor Dahlburg, Associated Press | posted 6 minutes ago
European finance ministers appear to have made a breakthrough in their long-standing efforts to deal with failing banks. But other tough issues remain to be resolved in discussions Wednesday.
Associated Press | posted 15 minutes ago
A Berlin court says it has convicted a 37-year-old German-Syrian dual national of spying on exiled dissidents in Germany for Syria's intelligence services and given him a nine-month suspended sentence.
Associated Press | posted 19 minutes ago
A Bavarian town council has voted unanimously to strip Adolf Hitler of honorary citizenship bestowed 80 years ago, after an outcry prompted by their decision last week not to adopt a resolution denouncing the 1933 decision.
Associated Press | posted 21 minutes ago
Britain's Foreign Office says it is withdrawing some embassy staff from South Sudan because of violence in the oil-rich East African country.
Alison Mutler, Associated Press | posted 23 minutes ago
Some 26 Romanian police officers and ambulance employees have been charged with calling undertakers to tell them that someone had died _ or in some cases were not yet dead _ in exchange for money.
Associated Press | posted 24 minutes ago
A Puerto Rican woman wanted by the United States for allegedly hiring a hit man to kill her wealthy Canadian husband has told a Spanish extradition hearing she is the innocent and the victim of "corrupt and Mafioso" types.
Danica Kirka, Associated Press | posted 50 minutes ago
Britain's unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest rate in about four years, official figures showed Wednesday, in a development that's reinforced expectations that the Bank of England will start raising interest rates sooner than previously thought.
Jill Lawless, Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 5:22am
Ronnie Biggs was a petty criminal who set out to transform his life with the daring heist of a mail train packed with money.
Nataliya Vasilyeva, Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 5:21am
Russia's parliament has voted for an amnesty bill that includes crew members of a Greenpeace ship and jailed members of the Pussy Riot punk band.
Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 5:12am
The Swiss government said Wednesday it has decided to keep 760 million Swiss francs ($858 million) in Egyptian and Tunisian assets frozen for three more years.
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