By Sarah Mortimer
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's pension watchdog wants to allow companies more time to plug funding gaps in their final-salary linked schemes, a move that would give empl...
SHIMLA, India (AFP) - At least 33 people died Wednesday when an overcrowded bus skidded off the road into a fast-flowing river in northern India, police said.May 9, 2013, 1:19 am
By Jennifer Clark
MARANELLO, Italy (Reuters) - Ferrari will cut production by at least 4 percent in 2013 to preserve the exclusivity of its brand but still hopes to increase profits, it...
HONG KONG (AFP) - As night begins to give way to dawn, 40 high-performance cars pull up on an empty Hong Kong backstreet. While the city sleeps, their revving engines fill the air with a heavy smell of petrol.May 9, 2013, 1:10 am
CLEVELAND, Ohio (AFP) - US police interrogated three brothers Wednesday as grim details began to emerge about how three young Ohio women were kidnapped and held captive for 10 years in an unremarkable city home.May 9, 2013, 12:40 am
BERLIN (AFP) - The arrest in Germany this week of a 93-year-old alleged former Auschwitz guard on charges of complicity in mass murder reopened an emotional debate on whether a measure of justice can be too late in coming.May 9, 2013, 12:36 am
By Fiona Ortiz
MADRID (Reuters) - After a year of radical reforms that made Spain more competitive but also exacerbated a deep recession, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has largely lost h...
By Emma Pinedo
MADRID (Reuters) - A Spanish court has called the chairmen of the country's top three banks to testify as witnesses in an investigation into the 2011 initial public offer...
By Daniel Trotta and Kevin Gray
CLEVELAND (Reuters) - Michelle Knight, freed earlier this week as the longest held of four captives in a dungeon-like Cleveland house, was discharged fro...
By Brenda Goh
LONDON (Reuters) - BAE Systems Chairman Dick Olver, who presided over a failed attempt to merge with European defence and aerospace peer EADS, survived a shareholder vote ...
BERLIN (AFP) - Eighty years ago on Friday, and only months after Adolf Hitler's rise to power, his Nazi followers burnt piles of books in what has been labelled the nation's "intellectual decapitation" -- an act of terror that foreshadowed worse to come.May 9, 2013, 12:19 am
BANDUNG, Indonesia (AFP) - Indonesian anti-terror police on Wednesday shot dead three men suspected of involvement in a plot to bomb the Myanmar embassy after a seven-hour firefight at their hideout.May 9, 2013, 12:12 am
VATICAN CITY (AFP) - Pope Francis told 800 nuns gathered at the Vatican on Wednesday that they should be spiritual "mothers" rather than "spinsters", and stressed the importance of showing obedience to the Catholic Church.May 9, 2013, 12:06 am
By Christina Fincher
LONDON (Reuters) - Two former Bank of England policymakers criticised on Wednesday a flagship government scheme to boost mortgages, saying it would encourage more r...
Syrian rebels say they have regained control of a strategic town linking Damascus to the restive southern city of Daraa.May 8, 2013, 11:36 pm
By Rhys Jones
LONDON (Reuters) - Closure of the U.S. Export-Import Bank would have very serious consequences for planemaker Boeing Co and hand a competitive advantage to its rival Airbu...
Francis also warned the sisters against using their vocations for personal ambition, saying priests and sisters who do so "do more harm to the church".May 8, 2013, 11:02 pm
The suspect in the case of three women rescued 10 years after they went missing in the US was apparently active in neighbourhood searches.May 8, 2013, 10:57 pm
By Seda Sezer and Ebru Tuncay
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey is in talks with the London Stock Exchange
JERUSALEM (AFP) - Police were questioning a top Muslim cleric on Wednesday over a "disturbance" at Al-Aqsa mosque compound, a spokesman said, as Israelis were celebrating Jerusalem Day.May 8, 2013, 10:46 pm
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