By Ed Cropley and Pascal Fletcher
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - More than 70 leaders from across the world, some of them locked in enmity, are flying to South Africa for memorials to Nelson ...
LONDON (Reuters) - Macquarie Securities, the institutional equities and research arm of Australia's Macquarie Group
LONDON (Reuters) - One of two men accused of murdering a British soldier in broad daylight on a London street said on Monday that he loved the Islamic militant group al Qaeda as he gave evidence for t...
Boat race protester Trenton Oldfield has fronted a tribunal in London to plead to stay in the UK with his wife and child.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish infrastructure company Ferrovial
Paris (AFP) - A Paris auction of sacred objects from the Hopi and San Carlos Apache Native American tribes will go ahead Monday despite objections from the United States and activists, auctioneers said.
LONDON (Reuters) - Atos
By Thomas Escritt
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The Dutch economy will only recover slowly over the next two years and the government will need to further rein in tax benefits to bring the budg...
Bangkok (AFP) - Thailand's premier called a snap election Monday to try to defuse the kingdom's political crisis, but protesters kept up their fight to topple the government with an estimated 140,000 demonstrators flooding the streets of Bangkok.
Baquba (Iraq) (AFP) - A car bomb near a cafe in Iraq killed 11 people Monday, the latest in a series of attacks on crowded public places this year, police and a doctor said.
Tokyo (AFP) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday defended as "necessary" an unpopular secrets law that he rushed through parliament, as a new poll showed his support rating had plunged 10 percent in a month.
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