03/15/2013 1:07amThree and a half years into its government-debt crisis, there are signs that Europe is adopting a gentler approach toward austerity.
03/15/2013 3:13amMore than 300 flights have been cancelled at Germany's Duesseldorf and Cologne-Bonn airports after security personnel walked off the job to press wage demands ahead of a new round of negotiations.
03/15/2013 4:05amScientists digging a new railway in London have uncovered 13 skeletons that will be tested to see if they died from the Black Death plague in the 14th century.
03/15/2013 5:23amA broadcast from Beijing's Tiananmen Square has turned into a bizarre television experience for British viewers after a Sky News reporter and his camera operator were detained by Chinese authorities on live television.
03/15/2013 7:15amA Danish court has ruled against Opus Dei in its suit against a Danish publisher for alleged trademark violations in a card game that uses the name of the Roman Catholic organization.
03/15/2013 8:06amSwiss police have arrested a self-styled acupuncturist who holed up in his home after refusing to attend a trial at which he is accused of intentionally infecting 16 people with HIV.
03/15/2013 9:08amOn the second anniversary of the uprising that evolved into Syria's brutal civil war, leaders at a European Union summit Friday found themselves facing a difficult dilemma: trying to predict whether funneling more arms to rebels trying to overthrow Syrian leader Bashar Assad would save lives or result in more deaths.
03/15/2013 9:19amThe pope may be infallible to his followers, but not to British Prime Minister David Cameron.
03/15/2013 9:51amA jury in northern England got a surprise at the trial of a Roman Catholic priest accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl: The cleric has been secretly married for more than a decade.
03/15/2013 10:43amThousands of ethnic Hungarians paraded in Romania on Friday to celebrate the Hungarian national holiday, and some expressed concern that their minority may not be allowed to retain the special privileges it enjoys.
03/15/2013 11:12amA doctor in Britain who used a wristwatch camera to film himself sexually abusing patients has confessed to dozens of offenses.
03/15/2013 11:14amA Dutch lesbian couple have gone into hiding with their foster son after the boy's biological parents said on television in Turkey that they object to the pair taking care of their child.
03/15/2013 11:30amA man has opened fire at a police station in Germany as he was taken to be fingerprinted, shooting two police officers in the leg before he was overwhelmed by their colleagues.
03/15/2013 11:53amPope Francis on Friday made a surprise visit to a Rome hospital to cheer up a fellow Argentine, a cardinal who had a heart attack the day the pontiff was elected.
03/15/2013 12:31pmA snowstorm in Hungary brought drifts 10 feet (3 meters) high and violent gusts of wind, forcing thousands of people to spend the night in their cars or in emergency shelters after being stranded on a major highway.
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