Three pro-Russian protesters were killed and 13 injured during an attempted raid overnight on a Ukrainian National Guard as high-level talks were held in Geneva on Thursday.
Apologized for ferry disaster that left 14 dead and 280 unaccounted for.
School principal denied military report that girls were rescued.
First person to be sentenced in gov't crackdown on internet rumors.
Former Italian P.M. ordered to work at nursing home over tax fraud.
Halfway through the world's biggest election, the nationalist opposition looks set to win a narrow majority.
The arrest of the top Taliban leader threatens Kabul's efforts to jump start the peace process.
The abduction in Tripoli comes two days after Jordan's ambassador to Libya was seized.
Opposition united over little but hostility to current president Bouteflika.
If the country is serious about its 6.1% growth target for 2014, it needs better ideas.
Overwhelming demand by young unemployed Europeans -- mainly from Spain -- has forced Germany to cancel a program that combined apprenticeships and job training for the youth.
The World Trade Organization raises its forecast for growth in global trade, which is showing some positive signs.
Jeffrey Sachs, Director of the Earth Institute, comes up with a few creative approaches and takes a stab at the financial system.
The company's tablet has been found to have a faulty charger in the E.U.
A voluntary commitment has been signed by many major phone manufacturers and wireless carriers.
Satya Nadella discussed the company's new data-focused tools.
Tizen is the company's homegrown mobile operating system that has Android elements.
Scientists have uncovered 325 million year-old fossils of shark jaws.
A study shows abnormalities in those who use marijuana recreationally.
The moon formed from Saturn's rings.
A study found a correlation between Asian countries' pollution and irregular weather in the Pacific.
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