By Matt Robinson and Laura Noonan
LJUBLJANA (Reuters) - Slovenia, once the economic star of Europe's ex-communist east, is set to reveal on Thursday how much money its banks need to sta...
Washington (AFP) - The pilot of a South Korean airliner that crashed in San Francisco in July felt very stressed about touching down without a functioning instrument landing system to guide him, according to documents made public Wednesday.
The 12 health and safety charges against Pike River Coal boss Peter Whittall over the 2010 explosion that killed 29 miners have been dropped.
(Reuters) - Gatwick, London's second largest airport, has warned it will not build a second runway if the British government allows a simultaneous expansion of its Ferrovial-owned
By Tim Hepher and Susan Taylor
(Reuters) - Air Canada
IKEA is recalling its SMILA series wall-mounted children's lamps after a 16-month-old US child died when it became entangled in the lamp's cord.
The number of children's letters to Santa Claus and other Christmas figures has risen by a third over the past five years, the Universal Postal Union says.
Global AIDS funding falls about a fifth short of the annual $US24 billion ($A26.4 billion) necessary to get a handle on AIDS, a conference has been told.
By Olivia Oran
(Reuters) - Hotel operator Hilton Worldwide Inc
Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta has won a parliamentary vote of confidence with a 379-212 margin.
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