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1 hr ago | The New Zealand Herald
A review of Slovenia's financial system showed Thursday that the small eurozone state will need to spend about 4.8 billion euros to rescue its banks a sum it can afford without the help of an international bailout.
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6 hrs ago | Reuters
A death threat by a Sicilian mafia boss against the lead prosecutor in a historic mob trial has stirred grim memories of the murders of Italy's top prosecutors two decades ago.
10 hrs ago | The Modesto Bee
Undated image provided by Interpol shows Samantha Lewthwaite. Interpol has issued an arrest notice for Samantha Lewthwaite, the fugitive Briton whom news media have dubbed the "white widow."
13 hrs ago | Bradenton.com
Protesters set up a temporary road block disrupting traffic in downtown Milan, Italy, Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013.
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When actress Rebecca Hall first read "Machinal," the 1920s play in which she will make her Broadway debut early next year, her reaction was so strong she felt her throat tightening.
19 hrs ago | The Daily Record
A copy of the presentation to be made by Algeco Scotsman will be posted on the company's investor page at www.algecoscotsman.com/en/investors.html.
Scores of Ukrainian riot police withdrew on Wednesday morning from a protest camp after moving against demonstrators overnight in the authorities' biggest attempt yet to reclaim streets after weeks of protests against President Viktor Yanukovich.
Ewan McGregor, Michael Sheen and Tom Hiddleston are among the stars who have lent their support to Unicef's Christmas campaign.
British Prime Minister David Cameron said he was only being polite when he posed for a selfie photo at Nelson Mandela's memorial service - deflecting complaints that he was being disrespectful during the occasion.
Prime Minister Enrico Letta called on parliament on Wednesday to back his government or risk chaos as he promised a package of reforms he said would lift Italy's stagnant economy back to growth after two years of recession.
Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi speaks during a press conference at his Forza Italia party headquarters, in Rome, on Nov. 25, 2013.
Germany's chief federal prosecutor says he hasn't decided whether to open an investigation into alleged surveillance by the U.S. National Security Agency but is suggesting that he's skeptical.
Euro zone countries edged toward agreeing a plan to tackle ailing banks on Tuesday but divisions remain about key parts of the reform that is needed to underpin confidence in the bloc's lenders.
Aiming to defuse a political standoff that threatens his leadership, President Viktor Yanukovych called Tuesday for the release of the demonstrators arrested in the massive protests sweeping Kiev and vowed that Ukraine is still interested in integrating with Europe.
A U.K. case against Canadian-British billionaire Victor Dahdaleh collapsed Tuesday, clearing the tycoon of allegations he bribed senior officials at Aluminium Bahrain BSC, known as Alba.
European Union Commissioner for Justice, Citizenship and Fundamental Rights Viviane Reding announced on Tuesday that she will not attend the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia in February because of the country's anti-gay law, Reuters reports.
Ahmet Uzumcu, director-general of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, said such toxic tools of warfare have an "especially nefarious legacy," from the trenches of World War I to the poison gas attacks in Syria this year.