Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 3:39pm
Libyan Justice Minister Salah Margani says his government will allow U.S. and British investigators to question Abdullah al-Senoussi, Gadhafi's notorious spymaster, over the Lockerbie bombing.
Nicole Winfield, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 2:37pm
Italy's government on Tuesday promised an investigation into the treatment of migrants after a video was taken of naked refugees being hosed down and disinfected in cold weather at a holding center on the southern island of Lampedusa.
Cassandra Vinograd, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 2:33pm
A minister in Britain's Foreign Office accused the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad on Thursday of effectively murdering a U.K. doctor held in Syrian custody, saying there is no excuse for the treatment of Dr. Abbas Khan.
Nicholas Paphitis, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 2:00pm
A former Greek transport minister was charged Tuesday with driving an uninsured luxury car with fake license plates and making a false statement in an apparent effort to avoid paying taxes on it.
Danica Kirka, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 1:09pm
British drug company GlaxoSmithKline said Tuesday it would stop paying doctors to promote its products at speaking engagements and scrap individual sales targets, months after its ethics were challenged by a bribery scandal in China.
Mike Corder, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 1:06pm
All the elements for ridding Syria of its declared stockpile of toxic chemicals are in place but the unprecedented effort could be delayed, an official from the global chemical weapons watchdog said Tuesday after the group's executive council reviewed the plan.
Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 1:03pm
Macedonia's government has imposed emergency measures in four cities, including Skopje, the capital, to address heavy air pollution caused by traffic and wood- and oil-burning heating systems.
Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 12:35pm
Helicopter maker Eurocopter says it has issued an international safety notice after a fault was found in the fuel indication system in the same type of aircraft that crashed into a Scottish pub last month.
Vladimir Isachenkov and Maria Danilova, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 12:32pm
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday opened his wallet in the battle with the European Union over Ukraine's future, saying Moscow will buy $15 billion worth of Ukrainian government bonds and sharply cut the price of natural gas for its economically struggling neighbor.
Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 11:59am
A Turkish newspaper says one of its photographers has been kidnapped in Syria by groups linked to al-Qaida.
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