03/21/2013 3:26amSea Shepherd wants Dutch authorities to prosecute Japanese whalers for piracy for allegedly attacking the radical conservationist group's ships in Antarctic waters, a lawyer said Thursday.
03/21/2013 5:45amTwo helicopters clipped each other and crashed as they landed in a snowstorm near Berlin's Olympic Stadium during a federal police exercise on Thursday, leaving one person dead and several injured, German authorities said.
03/21/2013 6:15amA German court has convicted a woman of manslaughter and sentenced her to nine years in prison for killing five of her newborn babies.
03/21/2013 7:29amThe EU and Russia are having one of their biggest spats in recent times over the future of the Cypriot economy. It's not the first time that the Mediterranean island nation of barely a million people has been home to the intrigues of much bigger powers. Here's a look at how small Cyprus has played an outsized role in history:
03/21/2013 9:13amScottish leader Alex Salmond has set Sept. 18, 2014, as the date for an independence referendum that could radically alter the shape of the United Kingdom, calling it a historic opportunity to create a better country.
03/21/2013 11:27amDutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte bluntly rejected an appeal Thursday by his Turkish counterpart for ministerial-level talks over the case of a boy taken from his Turkish parents in the Netherlands and placed in the foster care of a lesbian couple.
03/21/2013 11:37amBritain's highest court has for the first time convened behind closed doors _ in a case involving an Iranian bank _ just one week after the Supreme Court decided it had the power to sit in secret.
03/21/2013 1:00pmGeorgian lawmakers have approved constitutional amendments restricting the president's power to fire a Cabinet, a new move in a tug-of-war between the Western-leaning president and Russia-friendly prime minister in the ex-Soviet nation.
03/21/2013 3:21pmFor the second time in as many years, the U.N.'s top human rights body approved a U.S.-backed resolution Thursday calling on Sri Lanka to more thoroughly investigate alleged war crimes committed by both sides during the country's quarter-century civil war with the Tamil Tiger rebels.
03/21/2013 4:12pmThe new archbishop of Canterbury was formally enthroned Thursday _ and questions about the Church of England's opposition to same-sex marriage greeted his promotion.
03/21/2013 6:21pmMargaret Thatcher felt betrayed by close ally President Ronald Reagan over the Falkland Islands, according to newly released papers that reveal how isolated Britain's prime minister was in her determination to repel the Argentine invasion by force.
03/21/2013 6:24pmThrifty British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher tried to offer the cheapest menu option during a banquet for dignitaries in China _ but backed down when she was told her guests would feel slighted by the absence of sea slugs or shark fin soup.
03/21/2013 7:55pmThe United Nations' top human rights body unanimously approved Thursday a formal probe into North Korea for possible crimes against humanity.
03/21/2013 8:18pmItaly said it would return two marines to India by Friday to face murder charges in the shooting deaths of two fishermen, reversing a decision that escalated diplomatic tensions.
03/21/2013 10:45pmGeorge Lowe, the last surviving climber from the team that made the first successful ascent of Mount Everest, has died at age 89.
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