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  1. Udo Juergens, European singing star, dies at 80Read the original story w/Photo

    7 min ago | The Washington Post

    ... more than 800 songs. His 1970 mammoth tour of Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Soviet bloc lands of Eastern Europe set a European record by bringing out more than 500,000 people for more than 200 concerts. Mr. Juergens was born Udo Juergen ...


  2. Apply today for the RTDNF/RIAS German ExchangeRead the original story

    7 min ago | PressReleasePoint

    Foreign travel, overseas news coverage, and eye-opening experience awaits with the RTDNF program in Europe. Working radio, television, and online journalists are eligible to apply for this two week program in Germany and Belgium.


  3. Winners of the world's biggest lottery just had a pretty great MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    7 min ago | Mashable

    The numbers for the $3 billion pot - the world's biggest - were drawn in Madrid on Monday for Spain's Christmas lottery. Spaniards were glued to their TVs as the winners were announced; prior to Spain's economic implosion in 2008, winners often splurged on new cars, beach homes or vacations.


  4. Singer Joe Cocker Dead at 70Read the original story w/Photo

    15 min ago | KKMG-FM Colorado Springs

    Joe Cocker, the British singer known for his gritty voice and unique performance style, has died at the age of 70, the wife of Cocker's agent confirms to ABC News. He died of an undisclosed illness.


  5. Kiwis attempt world-firsts with Hillary Expedition GrantsRead the original story

    19 min ago | Scoop

    Seven teams of adventurous New Zealanders will test their mettle when they embark on some world-firsts as part of Sport New Zealand's Hillary Expeditions. Their skills, courage, determination and physical boundaries will be pushed to the limit - all in a bid to achieve something special in the great outdoors and inspire other New Zealanders to do the same.


  6. Hartley hearing set for TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    20 min ago | Sutton Guardian

    Northampton captain Dylan Hartley leaves the field at Franklin's Gardens after being sent off against Aviva Premiership opponents Leicester England and Northampton hooker Dylan Hartley's latest Rugby Football Union disciplinary hearing will take place in London on Tuesday. Northampton look set to mount a robust defence of their captain after he was sent off for elbowing Leicester centre Matt Smith in the face at Franklin's Gardens two days ago.


  7. American Overseas Group Limited Announces New Directors at Its SubsidiariesRead the original story

    30 min ago | GlobeNewswire

    American Overseas Group Limited today announced the appointment of directors to its subsidiary companies. Effective December 18, 2014, the Board of Directors of Orpheus Group Ltd. has been expanded from 5 directors to 7 and David P. Pickering and Conrad P. Voldstad have been appointed directors.


  8. Change of leadership in Crimea means property grabRead the original story w/Photo

    38 min ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    In this photo taken on Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014, Sergei Arshinov, the co-owner of Yalta Film Studios in Crimea which was slated for nationalization in September, speaks to the Associated Press in his office in Moscow, Russia. Yalta Film Studios is one of dozens of businesses to be forcibly taken over this year since Crimea's new pro-Moscow leaders came to power in March. 2 comments

  9. Belfast leaders near deal to save power-sharingRead the original story w/Photo

    39 min ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Northern Ireland Secretary of State Theresa Villiers arrives for a press conference at Stormont House, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Monday Dec. 22, 2014. Villiers spoke to the media as Northern Ireland leaders say they are close to reaching a new agreement to sustain their Catholic-Protestant government, but face all-night talks to see whether they can seal a deal.


  10. Spain announces thousands of winners in world's largest lotteryRead the original story w/Photo

    48 min ago |

    In the middle of the country's ongoing financial crisis, Spain's Christmas lottery distributes $3.4 billion in prize money. Several thousand Spaniards were given quite the Christmas gift this year.


  11. Spain: Princess Cristina to be tried for fraudRead the original story w/Photo

    50 min ago | The Columbian

    Spain's Princess Cristina was indicted on tax fraud charges Monday - a severe setback to efforts by her brother King Felipe VI to rid the royalty of image problems after his scandal-plagued father abdicated six months ago. Cristina is the first royal family member in the country ordered to stand trial since the monarchy was restored in 1975.


  12. Top tweets of 2014: Queen's Commonwealth Games photobomb and...Read the original story w/Photo

    57 min ago |

    ... tweet of a semi-detached house draped in English flags with a white van parked outside. The Czech Republic's Europe Minister tweeted a picture of Czech pilots serving in the RAF during the Second World War. It was in response to David Cameron saying ...


  13. Key Russian allies distancing themselves from Putin?Read the original story

    1 hr ago | Nerve News

    ... Ukraine could and should restore trade relations with Russia, its main partner, but noted that Ukraine is close to Europe, and so the signing of a Pact of Association with the European Union (EU) is perfectly understandable, which in fact, is the ...


  14. Investors putting plans on holdRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | EKathimerini

    Investors intending to place their money in Greece are waiting for the political uncertainty to clear, according to Deputy Development Minister Notis Mitarakis, but some applications for entry into the fast-track system are continuing to come in. "There is a freeze in the markets, as can also be observed on the stock market.


  15. Spain's princess to face fraud trialRead the original story

    1 hr ago | The Telegraph

    Princess Cristina's father Juan Carlos abdicated in June after a series of scandals, and his son Felipe is riding high in opinion polls. He has tried to modernise the monarchy and has taken away rights and duties from his two sisters, neither of whom is now formally part of the royal family.


  16. Cultural clash brings holiday strife for Amazon in GermanyRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Globe and Mail

    ... labour dispute feeds into a much larger discomfort with American Internet and technology companies: In Germany and Europe more broadly, some are uneasy with the tactics employed by titans such as Google Inc., Apple Inc., Facebook Inc. and Amazon. ...


  17. Christmas lottery big windfallRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Fort Francis Times

    MADRID, Spain-Spaniards who bought lottery tickets in an upper-middle class Madrid neighbourhood hit the jackpot today. They're getting 400,000-euro payoffs from a 2.5 billion-euro pot of cash that will be divided among thousands of ticket-holders.


  18. Ian Wooldridge Award: Our writers cast their votes in honour of a...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Mail

    ... sporting show on earth, and how he would have loved this year's contest at Gleneagles and having conversations with Europe's captain, Paul McGinley. I can picture the pair jabbering away on all sporting topics, with a European Tour press officer in ...


  19. Leaders agree on Ukrainian peace talks this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | KRMG-AM Tulsa

    Leaders of Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany on Monday reached an agreement to call another round of Ukraine peace talks this week, the latest attempt to negotiate a settlement to the conflict that has badly strained the ties between Russia and the West. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, Vladimir Putin of Russia, French President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed during a conference call to convene the talks that would involve negotiators from Ukraine, Russia, pro-Russian rebels and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.


  20. How QPR striker Charlie Austin helped his old club Poole Town build a new homeRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Mail

    When Charlie Austin left Poole Town to join Swindon in 2009, a group of 16 fans went to a local bookies and placed a tidy sum on him scoring for England one day. Jem Racing gave them 50-1 odds, fairly slim for a player who joined a League One side, and they handed over A 155.