Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Britain's government officially launched on Monday an attempt to sell its 40-percent stake in Eurostar, the high-speed rail service connecting London with Paris and Brussels.
Monday, October 13, 2014
Russia expects to produce three Ebola vaccines within the next six months, Health Minister Veronika Skvortsova said on Saturday.
Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang on Sunday arrived in Moscow for talks with President Vladimir Putin as Russia is struggling with its most pronounced isolation since the end of the Cold War.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered his defense minister to pull thousands of troops from the border with Ukraine, ahead of key talks on a fragile truce in the ex-Soviet country.
Bosnia voted Sunday in general elections amid mounting social discontent in a country plagued with corruption and ethnic disputes hampering its approach to the European Union.
Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters have an “almost zero chance” of changing Beijing's stance and securing free elections, the city's embattled Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying said in a TV show Sunday.
Belgium's King Philippe swore in a center-right government under the leadership of Francophone free-market liberal Charles Michel on Saturday, ending a four-month deadlock.
The unusual sight of crime-fighting Orthodox Jews pounding the streets of a tough London neighborhood after dark has captured the attention of grateful locals, but their ongoing protection of local Muslims has seen their profile go global.
A raft of grim eurozone data this week alarmed financial markets and placed both Germany's doctrine of budgetary rigor and European Central Bank's monetary policy in the hot seat.
Sunday, October 12, 2014
The death toll from Ebola has passed 4,000, the World Health Organization warned, as authorities worldwide tried to prevent panic over the deadly disease and a Spanish nurse fought for her life in hospital.