09/30/2013 2:57amPopes John Paul II and John XXIII will be declared saints on April 27, 2014.
09/30/2013 3:50amDesigner Marco Zanini has been named creative director of the revived fashion house Schiaparelli.
09/30/2013 4:23amA British tour boat company has suspended its boat trips on the River Thames after a dangerous fire onboard one of its vessels forced the rescue of some 30 people.
09/30/2013 4:35amIsraeli President Shimon Peres says "all options" are being kept open in forcing Iran to give up its nuclear program, which Iran says is for peaceful purposes but Israel and others believe is aimed at building nuclear arms.
09/30/2013 4:59amA U.S. military refueling plane has made an emergency landing at Spain's Palma de Mallorca airport in the Mediterranean Balearic islands.
09/30/2013 6:23amIn his suburban Stockholm apartment, Marcello Demeter sits at the kitchen table with two of his daughters _ and wonders how they got on the list that has sent Sweden into an uproar.
09/30/2013 6:45amA British businessman jailed in the U.S. for trying to sell missile parts to Iran has been returned to serve his sentence in a UK prison.
09/30/2013 6:54amUK treasury chief George Osborne has used his Conservative Party conference speech to call for new rules governing how the long-term unemployed receive benefits.
09/30/2013 7:41amPopes John Paul II and John XXIII will be declared saints on April 27 at a ceremony that might see two living popes honoring two dead ones.
09/30/2013 7:45amSwedish flat-pack furniture giant IKEA will start selling residential solar panels at its stores in Britain, the first step in its plan to bring renewable energy to the mainstream market worldwide.
09/30/2013 8:13amTurkey's prime minister on Monday announced a long-awaited package of proposals aimed at democratic reform, including lifting some restrictions on the use of the Kurdish language and on wearing Islamic headscarves.
09/30/2013 9:52amThe exodus of Syrians from their country threatens economic development throughout the Middle East because neighboring nations cannot cope with the influx of refugees, a top U.N. official said Monday. A U.S. diplomat, meanwhile, called for an action plan to deal with the extraordinary refugee crisis.
09/30/2013 9:57amWhen economic inequalities helped foment the French Revolution, the legendary cry from on high was, "Let them eat cake!" Now, as modern France struggles economically, the cry from below is, "Let us work!"
09/30/2013 10:43amA jailed Belarusian activist has been named the winner of a new human rights prize.
09/30/2013 11:30amFrance is negotiating possible weapons sales to Mozambique in connection with an unusual, somewhat shrouded ship-building deal, a senior official from the African country said Monday. French authorities would not comment on the negotiations.
09/30/2013 12:03pmU.S. intelligence leaker Edward Snowden is among three finalists for the European Union's top human rights prize.
09/30/2013 12:27pmRomania's domestic spy agency has been monitoring a planned Canadian gold mine for years, its chief acknowledged Monday, saying that some demonstrations against the project had been manipulated by people he called "eco-anarchists."
09/30/2013 1:43pmThe Paris prosecutor's office opened an investigation Monday into the real estate holdings of Syrian President Bashar Assad's uncle after watchdogs accused him of corruption.
09/30/2013 2:56pmThe leader of Norway's Conservative Party announced on Monday that she is forming a right-wing minority government, the first in the oil-rich country to ever include the anti-immigration Progress Party.
09/30/2013 5:32pmIt's a tricky balancing act for Paris fashion designers to express their individuality and still bear witness to the trends.
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