08/30/2013 5:30amThe German government said Friday that it isn't considering joining military action against Syria and hasn't been asked by others to do so.
08/30/2013 6:23amGermany's labor ministry has banned managers from calling or emailing staff out of hours except in emergencies.
08/30/2013 10:38amThe British government fears material seized from the partner of a Guardian journalist could compromise counter-terror operations, a senior national security adviser outlined Friday, arguing that intelligence agents in the field could be exposed as a result of the data.
08/30/2013 2:51pmDavid Cameron seemed the picture of a confident national leader when he cut short his vacation early this week to muster support for a military reprisal against Syria for its purported use of chemical weapons against civilians. He stood with President Barack Obama, facing down a dictator, demanding respect for international law.
08/30/2013 3:21pmAfter the apparent suicide of its chief financial officer and the sudden resignation of its chairman in response, Zurich Insurance Group has launched an investigation into their working relationship.
08/30/2013 3:41pmIf France and the United States are ever going to move beyond French opposition to the Iraq War, this could be the time.
08/30/2013 5:15pmThey've endured repeated delays, unrelenting scrutiny and even snipers' bullets in Damascus. Now U.N. inspectors, who have been gathering evidence of a possible chemical weapons attack in Syria, are poised to return to the Netherlands in coming days, setting in motion a meticulous process of analyzing samples at specially accredited laboratories.
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