Associated Press | posted 5 minutes ago
Global defense company BAE Systems says the U.A.E. has pulled out of U.K.-government backed talks to buy Typhoon jets.
Maria Danilova and Yuras Karmanau, Associated Press | posted 10 minutes ago
Ukraine's embattled president slammed the West on Thursday for supporting the massive street protests calling for his ouster and announced plans to partially join a Moscow-led economic union _ a move likely to deepen Ukraine's political crisis.
Jill Lawless, Associated Press | posted 18 minutes ago
Two British-born, al-Qaida-inspired extremists who considered themselves "soldiers of Allah" were convicted Thursday of murdering an off-duty serviceman who was run down with a car and stabbed to death in a frenzied attack on a London street.
Associated Press | posted 29 minutes ago
Spanish police say a burglar has helped them arrest a soccer coach in southern Spain who they believe sexually abused some boys he trained.
Associated Press | posted 41 minutes ago
The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has asked judges to delay the start of the war crimes trial of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Associated Press | posted 47 minutes ago
Austrian police say the poacher who killed four people and then himself this year committed nearly 100 other crimes that caused estimated damages and losses valued around 10 million euros (nearly $14 million).
Vladimir Isachenkov and Nataliya Vasilyeva, Associated Press | posted 50 minutes ago
Jailed oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky will be pardoned, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced Thursday in a surprise decision that will let his top foe and Russia's formerly richest man out of prison after more than a decade.
Nataliya Vasilyeva, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 10:29am
It was arguably Russian President Vladimir Putin's biggest political decision of the year _ the announcement that imprisoned tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky will be pardoned. Here's a look at Khodorkovsky, the implications of his imprisonment and his impending release:
Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 9:53am
German officials say stolen cars from Germany may have ended up with people close to the family of Tajikistan's president.
Derek Gatopoulos, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 9:29am
Greece hasn't seen many demonstrations in favor of privatization during its acute four-year financial crisis, but jockeys are keen to be rid of a state-run agency that controls racetrack betting, and they rode their horses into central Athens to make their point.
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.