Lori Hinnant, Associated Press | posted 13 minutes ago
A disgraced French businessman was convicted of fraud and sentenced to four years in prison on Tuesday for filling tens of thousands of breast implants with industrial grade silicone. But he left the courthouse freely after lodging an appeal, and thousands of women will have to wait longer to discover if they will receive damages.
Krista Larson and Jamey Keaten, Associated Press | posted 19 minutes ago
Two French soldiers have been killed in combat in Central African Republic's capital, President Francois Hollande's office announced Tuesday, underscoring the challenges of a new French military intervention in the nearly lawless former colony.
Associated Press | posted 26 minutes ago
U.S.-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty says its news services have been disrupted by a cyberattack for the second time in two months.
Nils Myklebost and Karl Ritter, Associated Press | posted Dec 10th - 10:19am
Recalling the "burning, blinding and suffocating" horrors of chemical weapons, the head of a watchdog trying to consign them to history accepted the Nobel Peace Prize on Tuesday, as prize winners in medicine, physics and other categories also took bows for their awards.
Associated Press | posted Dec 10th - 10:05am
A U.K. case against Canadian-British billionaire Victor Dahdaleh collapsed Tuesday, clearing the tycoon of allegations he bribed senior officials at Aluminium Bahrain BSC, known as Alba.
Associated Press | posted Dec 10th - 9:59am
U.N. officials say relief agencies will airlift aid to Syria from Iraq for the first time using a new "humanitarian corridor."
Maria Danilova, Associated Press | posted Dec 10th - 9:57am
Some demonstrators arrested in the massive protests sweeping Ukraine's capital will be released, embattled President Viktor Yanukovych promised Tuesday, trying to defuse a political standoff that is threatening his leadership.
John Heilprin, Associated Press | posted Dec 10th - 9:15am
Organizers are considering moving the opening of January's Syria peace conference to the other end of Lake Geneva because of a luxury watch fair.
John Heilprin, Associated Press | posted Dec 10th - 9:12am
Armed conflicts killed at least 95,000 people and wounded hundreds of thousands more last year but few of them led to any punishment for war crimes because the laws are unclear, a Swiss-based think tank said Tuesday.
Associated Press | posted Dec 10th - 9:06am
Save the date: The British government announced Tuesday that the country's first same-sex weddings can be held on Saturday, March 29.
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