BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraqi officials and militant groups say Iranian-backed Shiite militias are threatening to retaliate against American interests inside Iraq if the United States goes ahead with strikes against Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime, a close ally
DUBLIN (AP) — Ireland’s government wants the European Union to provide a new precautionary credit line worth some 10 billion euros ($13 billion) to ease the country’s planned exit this year from its international bailout.
Finance Minister Michael
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) — President Barack Obama says the world’s economic powers focused on pursuing financial reforms and addressing tax evasion and avoidance during the G20 summit.
Obama says during a news conference that the economies of
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Twitter has for the second time this year shut down the main Twitter handle of al-Shabab, Somalia’s al-Qaida-linked terror group, less than 24 hours after a U.S.-based terrorism expert reported violations of Twitter’s terms
BERLIN (AP) — Rochus Misch, who served as Adolf Hitler’s devoted bodyguard for most of World War II and was the last remaining witness to the Nazi leader’s final hours in his Berlin bunker, has died. He was
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) — It’s time to make Google, Apple and other multinational companies pay more taxes. That’s the message from President Barack Obama and the leaders of the world’s leading economies at a summit ending Friday.
BERLIN (AP) — Hitler bodyguard Rochus Misch, last witness to Fuehrer’s final hours, has died, colleague says.
CAIRO (AP) — Supporters of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood and the nation’s ousted president are protesting across the country against the military-backed government.
Thousands of protesters flowed out of mosques after Friday prayers in the cities of Ismailiya, Suez,
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) — About two dozen activists have rallied in St. Petersburg to protest a new Russian law banning gay “propaganda” and attract attention of the leaders of the world’s 20 leading economies.
The rally went
LONDON (AP) — A war of words between media titans over who approved oversized severance payments to outgoing BBC executives is set to move into Parliament.
BBC Trust Chairman Chris Patten said Friday he is looking forward to