Associated Press | posted 27 minutes ago
The Swiss government has approved a change in how data on gold trade is compiled in an effort to reduce abuses in the precious metals' market.
Associated Press | posted 32 minutes ago
Police searching for Italy's No. 1 Cosa Nostra fugitive have arrested 30 people, including three of his relatives, accused of helping to run the crime clan's rackets while the powerful Mafia boss is on the run.
Sylvia Hui, Associated Press | posted 51 minutes ago
The trial of two men charged with the brutal slaying of a British soldier in a London street is drawing to a close after the second defendant chose not to offer any evidence in his defense.
Jim Heintz and Yuras Karmanau, Associated Press | posted 52 minutes ago
Ukraine's president proposed an amnesty Friday for all those facing criminal charges in the country's wave of anti-government demonstrations, but the gesture did little to mollify opposition leaders driving the protests.
Associated Press | posted 56 minutes ago
A senior Russian diplomat says Moscow will help transport Syrian chemical weapons to a port in the country where they can be removed aboard ships.
Associated Press | posted Dec 13th - 7:36am
Police in Albania said they have found a bomb under the car of a senior official as it entered the compound of the office of Prime Minister Edi Rama.
Associated Press | posted Dec 13th - 7:31am
Officials say a suspected mass grave has been discovered in Serbia believed to contain bodies of ethnic Albanians who were killed during the 1998-99 war between Serbia and Kosovo.
Associated Press | posted Dec 13th - 7:00am
Ireland's finance chief says the country's exit from its international bailout this week should be celebrated as a eurozone triumph, but won't mean an end to austerity for the debt-battered Irish.
David Rising, Associated Press | posted Dec 13th - 5:09am
A former Nazi concentration camp guard living in the Berlin area is being investigated on suspicion of murder after authorities received a tip from the Simon Wiesenthal Center, prosecutors said Friday.
George Jahn, Associated Press | posted Dec 13th - 1:40am
Assassinations, cyber-attacks and possible military strikes: As nuclear negotiations with Iran enter a crucial stage, Tehran is voicing fears that tougher oversight of its activities will increase the risks of an attack on its atomic facilities and the scientists working on them.
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