By Susan Cornwell and Susan Heavey
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner erupted in anger at conservative groups who oppose a rare bipartisan two-yea...
Tens of thousands of South Africans have lined up to view the body of Nelson Mandela for a second consecutive day in Pretoria.
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MUNICH/STUTTGART, Germany (Reuters) - Germany's highest court has rejected a request by former Deutsche Bank
A British woman is suing New York City after a taxi jumped the curb and hit her, causing her to lose a leg.
Sydney (AFP) - Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott admitted Thursday he smacked his children when they were young and warned against bans that could take political correctness "to extremes".
BUENOS AIRES/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Europe and South America are seeking more time to agree a free-trade pact and will extend a year-end deadline to say how far they are willing to go to open up their m...
By Jonathan Stempel
(Reuters) - British hedge fund adviser GLG Partners LP and a former holding company agreed to pay about $9 million to settle U.S. regulatory charges that internal co...
By Marc Jones
LONDON (Reuters) - It will take time for Britain to win back its triple-A rating, Fitch's new chief sovereign analyst said on Thursday, stressing it would take more than j...
Dhaka (AFP) - Bangladesh on Thursday hanged an Islamist leader known as the "Butcher of Mirpur", making him the first person to be put to death for massacres committed during the bloody 1971 war of independence.
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