World Egypt says military killed 10 militants in western desert
Egypt's military spokesman says troops have killed 10 militants near the Bahriyah Oasis in the country's western desert an area where Egyptian forces earlier this...
World Swedish utility Vattenfall sells its German coal plants
Vattenfall AB says it is selling off its German coal plants, a major source of greenhouse gases, and its mining assets as the Swedish utility seeks to adjust its energy...
World China detains American businesswoman over national security
Chinese authorities say they are investigating an American businesswoman on suspicion of threating China's national security, confirming earlier media reports that Phan...
World New Greek prime minister Tsipras to name his cabinet
Greek left-wing Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is naming his new cabinet, two days after winning a national election despite his abrupt U-turn on the country's international...
World UK court asked to rule whether bridge is a sport
Is bridge a sport? A British judge has been asked to resolve this weighty question after Sport England ruled the popular card game is not a sport.
Middle East Israeli forces shoot Palestinian woman who tried to stab soldier
Israeli forces shot a female Palestinian attacker after she attempted to stab a soldier at a West Bank checkpoint on Tuesday, the military said, as tensions continued to simmer...
World Ukraine leader expresses wish to join NATO
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has told the country's security council that staying out of the NATO alliance was a "criminal" policy that his government is ready to...
World Ukraine's richest man plays both sides of war's frontline
In this town deep in eastern Ukraine's rebel heartland, about a quarter of the population works in the coal mines owned by billionaire Rinat Akhmetov, Ukraine's richest man.
World Germany offers help for Sri Lankan probe of war atrocities
Germany has offered assistance to Sri Lanka in its investigation of alleged atrocities during its civil war, in which thousands of people died.
World Nepal eases curfews though constitution protests persist
Nepal says protests against its new constitution are abating, just hours after police opened fire on a crowd and injured three in the east of the Himalayan nation.
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