Panama City (AFP) - President Ricardo Martinelli warned Venezuela Friday that its decision to break off relations with Panama was no excuse for not paying off its $1 billion debt.
By Guillermo Parra-Bernal and Aluisio Alves
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - UBS AG
Taipei (AFP) - A Taiwanese court on Friday sentenced 13 military officials to up to eight months in prison over the death of a young conscript last year that sparked widespread anger.
Seoul (AFP) - A South Korean television station said Friday it was pulling the plug on a popular reality matchmaking show after the shock suicide of a female contestant sparked a storm of criticism.
Bogota (AFP) - Colombia holds legislative elections Sunday that are seen as a referendum on peace talks with FARC leftist guerrillas and a trial run for a presidential vote in May.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican Tycoon Carlos Slim's conglomerate Grupo Carso
NEW YORK (Reuters) - British financier Guy Hands has ended his long-running U.S. lawsuit accusing Citigroup Inc
By Anjuli Davies and Sophie Sassard
LONDON (Reuters) - For top Morgan Stanley financier Cecile Houlot-Hillary, every day brings pressure in the form of complex bond deals, intense compe...
MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin's spokesman lashed out at the West on Friday and defended Russia's actions in Ukraine, but said he hoped a new Cold War would not break out despite "extreme...
By Jonathan Stempel
(Reuters) - A whistleblower will be paid $63.9 million for providing tips that led to JPMorgan Chase & Co's
By Sonya Dowsett and Jose Elías Rodríguez
MADRID (Reuters) - The Spanish government is working against the clock to reach a deal with builders over a multibillion euro bail-out for ni...
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