DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Civil aviation investigators in the United Arab Emirates say the crash three years ago of a United Parcel Service plane was caused by a fast-moving fire that began in cargo containing lithium
PATNA, India (AP) — A police official says authorities have arrested the principal of a school in eastern India where 23 children died last week after eating lunch prepared with contaminated oil.
Superintendent Sujit Kumar said a police
MOSCOW (AP) — Russian state news agency says US leaker Edward Snowden has documents to enter Russia.
LONDON (AP) — A closely watched survey has raised hopes that the laggard of the global economy — the 17-country eurozone — may be growing again.
Financial information company Markit said Wednesday that its monthly purchasing managers’ index
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Media reports and officials say a man illegally boarded a New York-bound plane earlier this month after sneaking through security at Istanbul’s main airport. He was discovered before takeoff and detained.
The private Dogan
LONDON (AP) — Well-wishers waiting outside St. Mary’s Hospital in London might have been forgiven for thinking a town crier announcing the birth of the Prince of Cambridge had the royal seal of approval.
Bell in one hand,
BEIJING (AP) — A deepening slowdown is challenging Chinese leaders’ determination to stick with painful economic reforms they say will deliver more sustainable growth in the long run.
The latest gloomy data point: A manufacturing survey released Wednesday
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Authorities warned Wednesday that clouds of thick smog from fires set by slash-and-burn farmers could peak next month, with choking smoke increasing this week in western Indonesia and forcing flight delays.
Satellite pictures detected
LONDON (AP) — UK pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline has reported a second-quarter net profit of 1.04 billion pounds ($1.6 billion,) down nearly 16 percent from a year earlier.
Revenue rose 2 percent to 6.6 billion pounds. The company said
BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union’s Commission is proposing legislation to cap some credit and debit card fees.
The 28-nation bloc’s executive arm says limiting the fees paid by retailers to banks every time a consumer uses a