Yuras Karmanau, Associated Press | posted 0 minutes ago
In the Ukrainian president's eastern hometown, the buildings are grimy with black soot from the surrounding coal mines. The air is thick with pollutants. The men here die young, sometimes from industrial accidents.
Jim Heintz and Yuras Karmanau, Associated Press | posted 18 minutes ago
Heavily armed riot troops broke into an opposition party office in central Kiev on Monday and seized its servers, the party said, as Ukraine's anti-government protests crippled the capital for yet another day.
Associated Press | posted 22 minutes ago
European air and defense company EADS, the parent company of Airbus, said Monday it is cutting 5,800 jobs over the next two years as part of a major overhaul to reduce costs and refocus on civil aviation.
Sylvia Hui, Associated Press | posted 24 minutes ago
A man accused of killing an off-duty British soldier in a frenzied knife attack on a London street defended his actions in court Monday, claiming he is a soldier fighting for the Muslim religion and declaring his love for al-Qaida.
Associated Press | posted 33 minutes ago
A group of U.N. independent experts is urging Iraq to identify the whereabouts of seven members of an Iranian dissident group who were allegedly abducted in September.
Associated Press | posted Dec 9th - 9:40am
Britain's overseas trade body has issued a warning to firms investing in Israeli settlements, saying ties to the Israeli communities established in the West Bank could be bad for business.
Associated Press | posted Dec 9th - 9:09am
Amnesty International says it has filed suit before a British tribunal, arguing it may have been targeted by blanket snooping on its activities.
Laura Mills, Associated Press | posted Dec 9th - 9:08am
President Vladimir Putin on Monday appointed a controversial news anchor to head a restructured state news agency, a move signaling the Kremlin's intention to tighten control over the media and use it increasingly for propaganda of ultraconservative views.
Ben McConville and Cassandra Vinograd, Associated Press | posted Dec 9th - 8:46am
British investigators say there is no initial evidence of engine failure in the police helicopter that crashed into a Glasgow pub last month.
Nils Myklebost, Associated Press | posted Dec 9th - 8:38am
The head of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning watchdog leading the mission to destroy Syria's chemical weapons says there may be delays in transporting the chemicals out of the country.
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