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European leaders should "hang their heads with shame" over their treatment of Syrian refugees fleeing the country's brutal conflict, rights group Amnesty International said on Friday.
* Deals precede weekend Japan-ASEAN summit meeting * Financial stability to ease jitters over Fed tapering * Stable currencies contribute to Japan's interests -finmin TOKYO, Dec 13 (Reuters) - Japan is boosting bilateral currency swaps with some Southeast Asian nations ahead of its weekend…
Five months after Glee star Cory Monteith died his co-star girlfriend Lea Michele has spoken about how she is dealing with the loss. The actress appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show where she described how hard it is being without him but that she knows he would want her to keep moving forward.
The once-powerful uncle of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has been executed for a string of alleged crimes. State news agency KCNA announced his death early on Friday, branding the once-powerful Jang Song-Thaek a "traitor".
Australian communications minister Malcolm Turnbull on Friday said he believed there was "a reasonable prospect" of the country changing its laws to allow same-sex couples to marry.
Some 50 years after Israeli authorities gave them the land, the Bedouin of Umm al-Heiran village face eviction to make way for two modern towns.
Winter storm fells trees, damages buildings and injures dozens of people in densely populated Palestinian enclave.
By Michael Martina BEIJING (Reuters) - China's top economic planning agency has "substantial evidence" against chipmaker Qualcomm Inc in an antitrust probe, state media on Thursday quoted a senior official at the price regulator as saying. The official English-language China Daily attributed the…
TV tough guy Danny Dyer said joining EastEnders was like going back to school and thinks the role of pub landlord Mick Carter will let him show off his "feminine side".
Honeymoon murder suspect Shrien Dewani has a further High Court hearing today in his legal battle against extradition.
Four men are due in court today in connection with a National Crime Agency inquiry into alleged football match-fixing.
Chemical weapons were "probably used" five times in the Syrian conflict between March and late August, UN inspectors have said. The report examined seven alleged attacks and cites "credible evidence" and "evidence consistent with the probable use of chemical weapons" in the districts of Ghouta,…
SINGAPORE, Dec 13 (Reuters) - Asian currencies slipped on Friday, held back by worries that the U.S. Federal Reserve might start scaling back its monetary stimulus as early as next week. The Indonesian ...
Former prime minister Margaret Thatcher's controversial opposition to tougher sanctions against apartheid-era South Africa prevented a "race war" from breaking out, South African ex-president FW de Klerk claimed on Friday.
Nelson Mandela was reclaimed by ordinary South Africans who queued in huge numbers under the hot sun Thursday to file past his open casket on a day reserved for the public.
More than 1.5 million British pensioners are now living in food poverty - and the situation is set to worsen this winter, according to shocking new research. The Centre for Economics and Business says a quarter of over-65s have had to make cut-backs on food over the past three years, and over one…
The South African government admitted it made a "mistake" in choosing a sign language interpreter for Nelson Mandela's memorial who was later exposed as a fake by experts, and who claimed to be schizophrenic.
The sectarian bloodbath in Syria is such a threat to regional security that a victory for Bashar al-Assad's regime could be the best outcome to hope for, a former CIA chief said.