Saturday, October 18, 2014
The number of rapes recorded by British police has soared by nearly a third even as overall crime reports dropped to their lowest level in over three decades, figures showed Thursday.
The head of the United Nations refugee agency on Wednesday urged countries, particularly in Europe, to review their laws to allow entry to more Syrians fleeing their country's civil war.
The Vatican is watering down a ground-breaking overture to gays — but only if they speak English.
A Spanish judge on Thursday ordered ex-IMF head Rodrigo Rato to pay a three-million-euro bond as a court probes allegations that former bank bosses spent millions on nightclubs, safaris and other treats using company credit cards.
Rolls-Royce, the British maker of engines, announced on Friday that it was slashing its earnings forecasts partly as result of Western trade sanctions against Russia, causing a share price collapse.
Friday, October 17, 2014
An unreconstructed libertine who made debauchery into high art or a vile pornographer who tried to justify rape, murder and pedophilia?
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Ireland moved beyond a cycle of tax hikes and spending cuts on Tuesday in its first non-austerity budget since its economic crisis, which also tightened the country's corporate tax rules.
Britain on Tuesday launched a yuan-denominated sovereign bond, the first of its kind by a Western nation outside China and the largest ever non-Chinese issue.
Europe got more bad news about its dominant economy Tuesday when the German government slashed its growth estimate for this year to 1.2 percent from 1.8 percent.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Catalonian President Artur Mas vowed Tuesday to press ahead with a vote on independence for the region on November 9, but under a different legal framework after Spanish authorities challenged the plan in the courts.