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  • Obama warns Iran that time is running out for diplomacy

     
    President Obama warned Iran on Wednesday that the window of opportunity to resolve the international deadlock over its nuclear weapons program through diplomacy is closing....
  • Belgium mourns 28 dead in school bus crash

     
    Belgium held a day of mourning Wednesday for 28 people, most of them 12-year-old Belgian schoolchildren, who died in a bus crash Tuesday night while returning from a skiing holiday in Switzerland....
  • Israeli antiquities collectors acquitted of ossuary forgery

     
    A Jerusalem court acquitted Israeli antiquities collector Oded Golan of forging a stone burial box with the inscrpition James, son of Joseph, brother of Jesus."...
  • MF Global goes bankrupt, is 1st U.S. casualty of European crisis

     
    The Wall Street firm run by former Goldman Sachs chairman and New Jersey governor Jon Corzine filed for bankruptcy Monday morning, making it the first big American casualty of the European debt crisis....
  • Bond yields jump in France, Belgium, Austria as crisis spreads

     
    A new selling wave swamped government bond markets on the continent Tuesday, driving yields sharply higher in France, Belgium, Austria and Spain, among others....
  • Bond yields rise again in Europe; IMF offers new help

     
    There's a breaking point out there somewhere for Europe's debt crisis, and markets seem intent on finding it. Investors on Tuesday continued to demand higher yields on government bonds of Spain, Italy, France and Belgium, as the continent’s debt...
  • Portugal, Belgium hit by rating cuts; Eurozone yields jump again

     
    With European government bond markets already in severe distress, the credit-rating companies keep delivering their equivalent of a blast of pepper spray. Bond yields surged again across Europe on Friday, one day after Fitch Ratings cut Portugal’s...
  • Europe gets some breathing room as markets rally

     
    European markets pulled back from the brink Monday as government bond yields fell in most Eurozone countries and stocks rebounded. Investors may simply have been relieved that after days of unrelenting bad news from the continent, the bottom didn’...
  • Former French President Jacques Chirac is convicted of corruption

     
    Former French President Jacques Chirac was found guilty Thursday of misusing public funds and abusing public confidence after a fraud trial in Paris. Chirac was given a two-year suspended sentence....
  • Body of woman found at home of gunman in Belgian grenade attack

     
    Belgium grenade attack: Police found the body of a cleaning woman on the property of Belgian gunman Nordine Amrani. At least three people were killed in Amrani's gun-and-grenade assault in the city of Liege on Tuesday....
  • Former dissident sworn in as Tunisia's president

     
    Moncef Marzouki, former dissident and veteran human rights activist, is sworn in as Tunisia's new president. Tunisia inspired the so-called Arab Spring uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East....