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Monday, May 25, 2015
A Greek government minister said Sunday that Athens will be unable to repay the IMF on schedule next month, reiterating previous warnings by officials during tense talks with the country's creditors.
Ireland's gay citizens woke up Sunday in what felt like a nation reborn -- some with dreams of wedding plans dancing in their heads.
The United States said Saturday it was "deeply troubled" after Russian President Vladimir Putin officially enacted a controversial law banning what Moscow deems to be "undesirable" non-governmental organizations.
Worldwide protests against Monsanto
ds of people hit the streets in cities across the world Saturday to protest against the American biotechnology giant Monsanto and its genetically modified crops and pesticides.
Sunday, May 24, 2015
Ireland gives resounding 62.1 percent `yes' to gay marriage
Irish voters have resoundingly backed amending the constitution to legalize gay marriage, leaders on both sides of the Irish referendum declared Saturday after the world's first national vote on the issue.
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Putin signs Russian law to shut 'undesirable' organizations
President Vladimir Putin signed a bill into law Saturday giving prosecutors the power to declare foreign and international organizations "undesirable" in Russia and shut them down.
Ireland has voted to legalize gay marriage, both sides say
Irish voters have resoundingly backed amending the constitution to legalize gay marriage, leaders on both sides of the Irish referendum declared Saturday after the world's first national vote on the issue.
Saturday, May 23, 2015
The German parliament passed a new law Friday aimed at streamlining wage-bargaining and preventing small, localized industrial disputes -- like the recent strikes by train drivers and pilots -- from paralyzing entire sectors.
Amnesty International on Friday accused Ukrainian forces of torture and pro-Russian rebels of even more serious war crimes such as summary executions committed both before and after a February truce deal.
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Friday, May 22, 2015
Fighters captured in Ukraine admit to serving in Russia's army: OSCE
KIEV - European mediators in the Ukrainian crisis said Thursday that two men captured by Kiev's troops had confessed to being members of the Russian armed forces sent in to back up pro-Moscow separatist fighters.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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