Saturday, November 30, 2013
An unknown number of people remained trapped inside an unstable Glasgow pub after a police helicopter crashed through its roof during a packed concert, causing "numerous" casualties, officials said early Saturday.
Thousands protested in the Ukrainian capital Friday, demanding the president's resignation after he shelved a landmark agreement with the European Union in favor of closer ties with Russia.
Friday, November 29, 2013
Italy entered a period of political transformation on Thursday after Silvio Berlusconi's historic ouster from parliament, with the billionaire tycoon humiliated and assailed by legal woes but now a force in opposition.
An EU summit to cap years of effort to bring ex-Soviet states into the Western fold opens with its ambitions dented Thursday after Ukraine, the biggest prize, balked at the last moment under Russian pressure.
Germany's unemployment rate was steady in November, but the country's much lauded “jobs miracle” could be running out of steam, analysts said Thursday.
Syrian peace talks planned for January must put in place a timeframe for a transitional government and should not involve any opposition group other than the National Coalition, Gulf Arab foreign ministers said.
After keeping away inspectors for two years, Iran has invited the U.N. nuclear agency to a facility linked to a still unfinished reactor that could produce enough plutonium for up to two warheads a year, the agency's head said Thursday.
A Russian court on Thursday granted bail to the last of 30 Greenpeace crew members detained since their September protest against Arctic oil drilling.
Criminal charges were filed Thursday against the former Russian defense minister, who was accused of using servicemen and government funds to build a road to a vacation home and do landscaping work on the property.
Thursday, November 28, 2013
Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives agreed Wednesday to form a new government with their traditional center-left rivals, a coalition that will shift Germany leftward but likely mean little change in Berlin's approach to Europe's debt crisis.