02/18/2013 1:24amGround staff and cabin crews at Spain's Iberia are beginning 15 days of strikes to protest plans to lay off 3,800 staff.
02/18/2013 1:36amThe world's largest arms vendors are expanding in the cybersecurity sector as austerity measures weigh on sales of traditional weapons, a Swedish peace research institute said Monday.
02/18/2013 2:06amBBC reporters have walked off the job for 24 hours to protest job cuts at the broadcaster.
02/18/2013 2:17amThe trial of whistleblowing Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky is to begin next month, even though he died in prison three years ago.
02/18/2013 2:55amEU foreign ministers are discussing how to bring an end to the violence in Syria, a discussion that will likely include the difficult issue of whether to amend the arms embargo against the country so that military aid can be funneled to rebels fighting the regime of Bashar Assad.
02/18/2013 3:18amA U.N.-appointed panel of inquiry is warning that Syria's civil war is becoming increasingly sectarian and that both sides are becoming more radicalized _ in part due to the growing, though still relatively small, presence of foreign fighters.
02/18/2013 5:34amLondon Fashion Week is expecting a very high-profile day, with shows coming from Tom Ford, Burberry and top designers.
02/18/2013 6:54amHow much weight does an endorsement from a lame-duck pope carry in the upcoming election?
02/18/2013 7:44amThe leaders of the European Parliament are threatening to veto the bloc's multi-annual budget because of its deep cuts.
02/18/2013 8:13amFrench authorities have filed preliminary charges against 11 people as part of a judicial probe into alleged extortion to raise funds for a banned Kurdish rebel group in Turkey.
02/18/2013 8:56amThe European Union is easing sanctions against Zimbabwe in light of an agreement by the country's political parties on a draft constitution and the announcement of a referendum on it.
02/18/2013 8:57amCyprus' attorney general on Monday dropped manslaughter and other charges against four defendants on trial for a 2005 plane crash that killed 121 people because a Greek court had already convicted three of them in a separate trial.
02/18/2013 9:30amPedophile killer Marc Dutroux was on Monday denied conditional release from jail, which would have allowed him to walk the streets with an electronic ankle bracelet, the latest turn in a case that has long transfixed and horrified Belgium.
02/18/2013 11:31amA Belarusian court has handed out a two-year prison sentence to a border guard who failed to protect the ex-Soviet nation from foreign teddy bears.
02/18/2013 11:52amA French father demanding visiting rights with his son climbed down Monday from his protest perch atop a crane, but said it will be a long time before divorced dads are seen as credible single parents and get the same rights in France as mothers.
02/18/2013 2:01pmAuthorities say a Spanish woman walked into a bank branch in a small eastern city, doused herself with flammable liquid and set herself ablaze.
02/18/2013 4:19pmBold looks at Burberry Prorsum and a much-anticipated show by Tom Ford brought London Fashion Week to an exhilarating climax Monday, packed with starry front rows and catwalks awash in a riot of animal prints, contrasting textures and embellishments.
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