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  • Spain's prime minister: No bailout, but liquidity would be nice

    Spain's prime minister: No bailout, but liquidity would be nice
    Mariano Rajoy, Spain’s prime minister, has found a new ally in his quest for lower borrowing rates and liquidity in his recession-racked country: France’s new President Francoise Hollande. A week after his inauguration, Hollande met with...
  • McManus: All pain, no gain in southern Europe

    McManus: All pain, no gain in southern Europe
    Milan, Italy — From the American side of the Atlantic, the debate over Europe's economic future often sounds like a bloodless, mind-numbing discussion of currency zones, bank recapitalization and interest rates. But in countries with fragile...
  • Spain's queen snubs distant cousin Queen Elizabeth II

     
    Spain's Queen Sofia is canceling a visit to Britain for a lunch Friday of various crowned heads to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee. Sofia withdrew from the event at Windsor Castle because of disputes between Spain and Britain over...
  • Labor laws weaker, millions of jobs missing globally this May Day

     
    As workers around the world mark May Day, a new report finds the world is still short 50 million jobs that were lost to the economic crisis, labor laws have been weakened and new jobs tend to pay little....
  • Spain overhauls its banks to help avoid bailout

     
    Spain announced a major overhaul of its troubled banking sector in a bid to avoid having to ask for an international bailout. Spain's' banks are saddled with billions of dollars in bad loans because of a housing bubble....
  • Young and jobless? It’s not getting better, U.N. agency says

     
    Unemployment rates are expected to edge higher in coming years for young people worldwide, the International Labor Organization said in an analysis released Tuesday....
  • Eurozone pulls back from the brink of catastrophe -- again

     
    Global Focus: Europe's economic roller coaster slowed to a safe stop Thursday, after the latest white-knuckled plunge toward disaster, when European Central Bank President Mario Draghi vowed to control soaring interest rates that threaten to bankrupt...
  • Slain Libyan ambassador described as 'unflappable' by his brother

     
    Slain ambassador Chris Stevens first became interested in international affairs back at Piedmont High School in the East Bay, according to his younger brother Tom....
  • Pictures in the News | February 18, 2013

     
    Pictures in the News | February 18, 2013...
  • In Spain, an amusingly botched fresco is now a moneymaker

     
    It was bemoaned as “catastrophic” and “unspeakable,” a botched restoration attempt that transformed a beloved, aging fresco of Jesus Christ into something more closely resembling an aghast ape. Now it’s a moneymaker. And...
  • U.S. casino mogul Adelson gambles on Madrid as site of EuroVegas

     
    U.S. billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson has picked Madrid as the site for a massive new casino complex called "EuroVegas." The Spanish capital beats out rival Barcelona as the site of the $21-billion proposed project, which comes laden with...