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UK business group makes case for staying in EU

11/04/2013 4:56am
Britain's main business group concluded Monday that the benefits of staying in the European Union outweigh the costs, though reforms are urgently needed for that to remain in the national interest.

NATO opens major war game; Russia irked

11/04/2013 8:30am
NATO this week is holding its biggest war game in years, and the Russians aren't happy it's happening so near their borders.

EU, US to resume free trade talks despite tension

11/04/2013 9:12am
The United States and the European Union will resume free trade negotiations next week despite heightened tension between the two over the alleged spying activities of the U.S. National Security Agency.

Thousands of Russian nationalists rally in Moscow

11/04/2013 9:21am
Several thousand Russian nationalists rallied Monday in Moscow, venting against the migrants they accuse of pushing up the crime rate and taking their jobs.

Zurich says no 'undue pressure' in CFO's suicide

11/04/2013 9:58am
Two independent probes directed by Swiss regulators found no indication that Zurich Insurance Group's former chief financial officer was subject to undue pressure before he killed himself, the company said Monday.

Police seek motorcyclist seen near Alps killing

11/04/2013 10:11am
Police investigating the murder of a British man killed along with three other people in the French Alps have released an image of a male motorcyclist they would like to track down.

Dutch group calls for action on child webcam sex

11/04/2013 10:16am
Enlisting the help of a computer-generated 10-year-old Philippine girl, Dutch children's rights activists turned online sex predators into their prey.

Pasta maker to boost diversity after gay protest

11/04/2013 10:29am
Italy-based pasta maker Barilla is pledging to improve diversity after protests were sparked by an executive's claim the company would never feature ads depicting gay families.

Kosovo leader says election valid despite violence

11/04/2013 11:30am
Authorities may not tally local election results in northern Kosovo after hard-line Serbs allegedly attacked a polling station there, but the country's prime minister insisted Monday the vote was valid and should stand.

Kerry visits Poland to discuss security, business

11/04/2013 2:44pm
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Poland on Monday to discuss issues ranging from international security and the situation in the Middle East to economic cooperation.