02/04/2013 3:42amTo save money during the harsh Baltic winter, Romanas Ziabkinas did something unremarkable: He turned off his central heating and installed a cheaper electric heater. Now he finds himself neck-deep in legal woes.
02/04/2013 5:13amRussia says two Russians and an Italian kidnapped by Syrian rebels have been freed in exchange for captured militants.
02/04/2013 7:18amThe Kremlin says next year's summit of the leading industrial nations will take place in Sochi, the city on the Black Sea where Russia is preparing to host the 2014 Winter Games.
02/04/2013 7:34amAn Athens prosecutor ordered an investigation Monday into whether police beat four alleged bank robbers, three of whom are suspected of being members of a domestic militant group that has claimed responsibility in the past for a series of bombings.
02/04/2013 8:22amRepresentatives of international organizations and about 45 countries will meet Tuesday in Brussels to coordinate efforts to stabilize the West African nation of Mali, according to European Union officials.
02/04/2013 8:34amIf it isn't already daunting enough to pack for a trip to fashionable Paris, female visitors, beware: It's illegal to wear pants.
02/04/2013 9:05amU.S. Vice President Joseph Biden is hailing France's military intervention in Mali to drive back Islamist extremists who had seized control over much of the African country.
02/04/2013 9:41amTurkish authorities suspected the outlawed leftist group that bombed the U.S. Embassy in Ankara was planning an attack, but did not have enough information to prevent it from happening, Turkey's president said Monday.
02/04/2013 9:42amMali's foreign minister is urging international cooperation to root out extremists who littered the north of his country with land mines and who pose "a global threat." He also hinted that Malians aren't ready for French troops to pull out just yet.
02/04/2013 10:41amProsecutors in Istanbul got a court order Monday for authorities to take blood and DNA samples from 21 people already questioned in the death of a New York city woman, state media reported.
02/04/2013 11:08amThe new archbishop of Canterbury on Monday formally took up his post as the leader of the world's 80-million-strong Anglican Communion.
02/04/2013 1:32pmA Greek prosecutor ordered an investigation Monday into allegations of police brutality in the arrest of four alleged bank robbers after authorities released digitally altered mug shots that covered up extensive bruising on three of the suspects.
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