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- 03/13/13--07:51: _More black smoke: C...
- 03/13/13--12:50: _Cardinals elect Arg...
- 04/10/13--12:46: _Alberta premier: US...
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- 04/26/13--08:55: _Big brands rejected...
- 04/26/13--08:56: _38 die in mental ho...
- 05/20/13--08:14: _Suicide bomber kill...
- 05/22/13--14:39: _London terror attac...
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- 06/17/13--09:14: _Obama: Northern Ire...
- 06/22/13--15:01: _Turkish police unle...
- 06/24/13--07:47: _South Africa: Mande...
- 07/03/13--16:44: _Egypt army ousts Mo...
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- 02/20/13--09:07: Greece’s weakened workforce starts to crack
- 02/20/13--09:09: Little audience for ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ in Pakistan
- 02/20/13--09:19: China rejects status as world’s biggest trader
- 02/27/13--09:17: Pistorius representatives name substance found
- 02/27/13--09:18: Lions, bears removed from gangster’s property
- 03/13/13--07:50: NKorea criticizes SKorea prez’s ‘swish of skirt’
- 03/13/13--07:51: More black smoke: Cardinals don’t agree on pope
- 03/13/13--12:50: Cardinals elect Argentine as new pope
- 04/10/13--12:46: Alberta premier: US pipeline rejection would hurt
- 04/10/13--12:54: No panic in NKorea despite talk of missile test
- 04/26/13--08:55: Big brands rejected Bangladesh factory safety plan
- 04/26/13--08:56: 38 die in mental hospital fire outside Moscow
- 05/20/13--08:14: Suicide bomber kills 14 at Afghan province council
- 05/22/13--14:39: London terror attack leaves 1 dead near barracks
- 06/14/13--08:15: Syria: US chemical weapons charges ‘full of lies’
- 06/17/13--09:14: Obama: Northern Ireland peace will be tested
- 06/22/13--15:01: Turkish police unleash water cannon on protests
- 06/24/13--07:47: South Africa: Mandela in critical condition
- 07/03/13--16:44: Egypt army ousts Morsi, who decries ‘coup’
- 07/17/13--12:29: Experts: Cuba arms shipment explanation troubling
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Looking out across a room full of reporters gathered to welcome French President Francois Hollande on Tuesday, Greece's President Karolos Papoulias gave a stark warning about the state of the country after three harsh years of government spending cuts, joblessness and tax hikes.
ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistan stars in "Zero Dark Thirty," from early scenes at a detention site to the dramatic closing minutes as Navy SEALs assault the hideout of Osama bin Laden. But the Academy Award-nominated film about the hunt for the al-Qaida leader has sparked a controversy here about its portrayal of the country, and it will likely not be shown on the local big screen anytime soon.
BEIJING (AP) — China has a new status its government doesn't want — world's biggest trader.
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Oscar Pistorius' representatives have named the substance found in his bedroom after the shooting death of his girlfriend as Testis compositum, and say it is an herbal remedy used "in aid of muscle recovery."
BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — A notorious gangster known as Nutzu the Pawnbroker has been indicted for heading a gang charged with attempted murder, kidnapping, blackmail and illegally possessing weapons, but the public seems to be more interested in his pets: four lions and two bears.
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea's first public, senior-level mention of South Korea's first female president ended up being a sexist jab. The body that controls North Korea's military complained Wednesday about the "venomous swish" of her skirt.
VATICAN CITY (AP) — Cardinals remained divided over who should be pope on Wednesday after three rounds of voting, an indication that disagreements remain about the direction of the Catholic church following the upheaval unleashed by Pope Benedict XVI's surprise resignation.
The Catholic world saw the election of a new leader today with the ascension of Pope Francis, formerly the Cardinal from Argentina Jorge Bergoglio.
TORONTO (AP) — If the Obama administration rejects the Keystone XL pipeline, it would be a significant thorn in Canadian-U.S. relations, Alberta’s premier said Wednesday. Premier Alison Redford was in Washington for her fourth trip to lobby on behalf of a pipeline that Canada sees as critical to its economic well-being. The Obama administration is [...]
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — As the world braced for a provocative missile launch by North Korea, with newscasts worldwide playing up tensions on the Korean Peninsula, the center of the storm was strangely calm. The focus in Pyongyang on Wednesday was less on preparing for war and more on beautifying the capital ahead of [...]
DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — As Bangladesh reels from the deaths of hundreds of garment workers in a building collapse, the refusal of global retailers to pay for strict nationwide factory inspections is bringing renewed scrutiny to an industry that has profited from a country notorious for its hazardous workplaces and subsistence-level wages.
MOSCOW (AP) — A fire swept quickly through a psychiatric hospital outside Moscow early Friday, killing 38 people, some of them sedated and in their beds, officials said.
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — A suicide bomber dressed in a police uniform killed 14 people including a prominent provincial council chief outside the council headquarters in northern Afghanistan on Monday, authorities said. The Taliban insurgency quickly claimed responsibility. Seeking to weaken the Afghan government, Taliban insurgents have been carrying out attacks and assassinations intended to [...]
LONDON (AP) — In a brutal daylight attack which raised fears that terrorism had returned to London, two men with butcher knives hacked another man to death near a military barracks Wednesday before police wounded them in a shootout. In a shocking video broadcast on British TV, one man gestured with bloodied hands, waving a [...]
BEIRUT (AP) — The Syrian government on Friday dismissed U.S. charges that it used chemical weapons as “full of lies,” accusing President Barack Obama of resorting to fabrications to justify his decision to arm Syrian rebels. The commander of the main rebel umbrella group welcomed the U.S. move, saying it would lift his fighters’ morale. [...]
ENNISKILLEN, Northern Ireland (AP) — President Barack Obama declared peace in Northern Ireland a “blueprint” for those living amid conflict around the world, while acknowledging that the calm between Catholics and Protestants will face further tests. Summoning young people to take responsibility for their country’s future, Obama warned there is “more to lose now than [...]
ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkish police used water cannon to disperse thousands gathered in Istanbul’s Taksim Square on Saturday to observe a memorial for four people killed during recent anti-government protests. The officers later fired tear gas and rubber bullets, and in some cases beat people with batons, to scatter demonstrators who regrouped in side streets. [...]
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — South Africa’s president on Monday said a critically ill Nelson Mandela was “asleep” when he visited the 94-year-old in a hospital, and he urged the country to pray for Mandela, describing him as the “father of democracy” who made extraordinary sacrifices on behalf of his people. President Jacob Zuma told dozens of [...]
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt’s first democratically elected president was ousted Wednesday by the military after barely a year in office, felled by the same kind of popular revolt that first brought him to power in the Arab Spring. The armed forces announced it would install a temporary civilian government to replace Islamist President Mohammed Morsi, [...]
HAVANA (AP) — North Korea on Wednesday repeated Cuba's assertion that the antiquated weapons systems found on a cargo ship in Panama were headed to the Asian county for repair. But while the explanation is potentially credible, it leaves troubling questions unresolved, international arms experts say.