10/07/2013 1:29amThe announcements of this year's Nobel Prize winners will start Monday with the medicine award and continue with physics, chemistry, literature, peace and economics. The secretive award committees never give away any hints in advance of who could win, but here's a look at five big scientific breakthroughs that haven't yet received a Nobel prize.
10/07/2013 3:57amAn Interior Ministry official say a woman has died after being gored by a bull during a small town festival in central Spain.
10/07/2013 4:31amThree sailors are missing in the North Sea after two boats collided off the northern coast of the Netherlands.
10/07/2013 5:04amPope Francis has named a new ambassador to the Dominican Republic after the previous one was forcibly removed amid a sex abuse investigation.
10/07/2013 6:13amSix Somalis who allegedly attacked a Spanish warship in 2012 off the coast of Somalia went on trial in the Spanish capital, with prosecutors seeking a 23-year sentence for each defendant.
10/07/2013 6:37amIt's all well and good to play soccer on the beautiful lawns at Buckingham Palace, but don't break a window.
10/07/2013 7:05amThe World Wildlife Fund is trying to block proposed oil exploration in Africa's oldest national park where 200 gorillas live.
10/07/2013 7:23amBritain's Privy Council on Monday quashed the conviction of a New Zealand businessman who had received a life sentence for the murders of his wife and daughter and ruled that he should be granted a new trial in New Zealand.
10/07/2013 7:38amA former Greek defense minister was found guilty of money laundering on Monday in the most prominent corruption case to date in the financially stricken country.
10/07/2013 8:51amA U.N. human rights expert on torture urged U.S. authorities Monday to end four decades of solitary confinement for a former Black Panther convicted of murdering a Louisiana prison guard.
10/07/2013 9:13amA 99-year-old military veteran and Poland's president unveiled a new monument on Monday that honors the hundreds of Polish resistance fighters who parachuted into their Nazi-occupied country to fight German forces during World War II.
10/07/2013 9:46amTo understand why people are so cautious with their money five years after the financial crisis, The Associated Press interviewed consumers around the world. Here is what one person said:
10/07/2013 10:29amFormer French President Nicolas Sarkozy was cleared Monday of allegations that he illegally took donations from France's richest woman on the way to his 2007 election victory, his lawyer and an official said.
10/07/2013 10:35amA Budapest court has rejected a European arrest warrant issued by Croatia for the head of Hungary's main oil company, who is wanted for his alleged involvement in a bribery case.
10/07/2013 2:59pmWhen a brand-new subway system hits an ancient road, surely something has to give. But in one northern Greek city, archaeologists are fighting to combine the two, against government plans to remove and display elsewhere a large section of an ancient Roman thoroughfare found on a planned subway station.
10/07/2013 5:11pmSuperstition holds it's good luck to cross a newborn's palm with silver to wish the child riches and health, but Britain's baby Prince George is getting something more: A whole new set of coins in his honor.
10/07/2013 11:00pmEuropean lawmakers are trying to tighten rules governing the multi-billion dollar tobacco market by imposing bigger and bolder warnings on cigarette packs, banning most flavorings like menthol and beefing up regulation of electronic cigarettes.
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