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Saturday, May 16, 2015
Google and ex-Formula One boss Max Mosley have settled a dispute over images from a sadomasochistic orgy he took part in, the U.S. tech giant and Mosley's German lawyer said Friday.
An attempt to overthrow Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza ended in failure on Friday as coup leaders admitted defeat and were arrested or forced to go on the run from loyalist troops.
Friday, May 15, 2015
Greece's finance minister insisted Thursday that he will reject any deal with international bailout creditors that does not help the country exit its economic crisis.
The Baltic states will formally ask NATO to deploy several thousand troops as a deterrent, Lithuania said Thursday, amid tensions with Russia over the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
The impact of Russia's economic crisis on its ex-Soviet neighbors will prove even more damaging than previously anticipated and continue into 2016, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) said on Thursday.
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The Patagonian Toothfish has a friend in the future king of England -- that's one lesson from the British government's release Wednesday of previously secret letters written by Prince Charles to government officials.
Thursday, May 14, 2015
The European Union forged ahead Wednesday with a controversial plan to introduce refugee quotas to ease pressure on countries battling the migrant influx, despite strong opposition to the scheme.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday warned Russia that now was a critical time to implement a fragile peace deal to end the fighting in Ukraine, after his talks with President Vladimir Putin raised hopes of a slackening in tensions.
Airbus on Tuesday carried out the first test flight of a new A400M since one of the military transport planes crashed in Spain over the weekend, killing four people.
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Greece admitted Tuesday it was scraping the bottom of the barrel for cash as another huge debt repayment loomed, adding pressure to reach a rescue deal with its EU-IMF creditors to avoid default and crashing out of the eurozone.
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