While saying it “hears” Ukraine's dream of joining the EU, the Western bloc failed Monday to hold out the prospect of entry in spite of regime change that began with pro-EU protests.
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While the Scottish independence debate rages this week around North Sea oil revenues, a report out Monday said ambitious reforms were necessary to maximize production regardless of whether Britain or Scotland rules the waves.
Fears that Ukraine could splinter into rival pro-Russia and pro-EU camps is spurring intense activity in the West to keep the country together, while also seeking to placate Russia over Kiev's tilt away from Moscow.
Mexico has finally caught its most powerful drug kingpin, but other capos nicknamed “El Mayo,” “La Tuta” and “El Mencho” remain on the loose, ready to take the crown.
Women gang raped and then executed in their hospital beds, worshippers gunned down in a church, children executed: details are emerging of yet more atrocities committed amid South Sudan's slide into carnage.
Kim Se-rin always knew it would be impossible to get all the answers to more than 60 years' worth of questions in just 12 hours.
An economy facing default, a splintered opposition and regions with separatist tendencies: Ukraine's new government will face an uphill struggle to stabilize the country, analysts say, as the fall of President Viktor Yanukovych looms.
Germany, often accused of stepping too lightly on the world stage, has taken an unusually vocal and active stand over the Ukrainian crisis and is helping mediate an end to the turmoil.
Facebook's stunning US$19 billion deal for messaging service WhatsApp places the social network in an arena where competition is fierce, particularly in Asia, where fast-growing chat rivals dominate their home markets.