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  • Libya bombs Greek tanker, killing two and halting last air service

    Libya bombs Greek tanker, killing two and halting last air service
    The chaos afflicting Libya escalated Monday after the internationally recognized government conceded that it had bombed a Greek-owned oil tanker in a port city controlled by a militant group aligned with Islamic State extremists. The apparently mistaken...
  • Political brinkmanship in Greece once again roiling world markets

    Political turmoil in Greece has stirred fears of a resurgent Eurozone crisis as a fiery leftist politician is gaining traction with a vow to ease the painful reforms demanded of the heavily indebted country in return for triple-digit billions in...
  • EU wants Turkey to explain how Mediterranean migrants smugglers can operate from there

    The European Union wants Turkey to explain how human traffickers could have taken two cargo ships filled with migrants out of the country and sent them toward Italy without Turkish authorities noticing. European Commission spokeswoman Natasha Bertaud...
  • Female suicide bomber strikes Istanbul police station, killing policeman and wounding another

    A female suicide bomber blew herself up at a police station in Istanbul on Tuesday, killing one policeman and wounding another, according to Turkish authorities. Istanbul governor Vasip Sahin said the woman entered the police station and reported a...
  • Leftist group claims responsibility for Istanbul suicide bombing that killed policeman

    A Turkish leftist group has claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing at an Istanbul police station on Tuesday that killed an officer and wounded another. Authorities say the female bomber entered the building in the tourist district of Sultan Ahmet...
  • Experts: Despite pressure, EU sanctions against Russia over Ukraine crisis won't end soon

    EU sanctions against Russia over the crisis in Ukraine are cutting both ways: hurting Russia as well as pinching some big European companies. But economic relief isn't likely any time soon, diplomats and analysts say, since EU divisions make the sanctions...
  • France: Europe hurting from Russia sanctions, needs to keep up pressure for Ukraine solution

    France's economy minister says Europeans should work together to pressure Russia for a solution over Ukraine so that all sides can ease sanctions that are hurting European economies. Emmanuel Macron told The Associated Press that Europe has a "collective...
  • Extending the euro: Lithuania adopts the currency as Greek exit looms

    The eurozone continues to grow, but also continues to show the strains of its heterodox European membership. The generally good news for the now 19-member zone of the euro, the European currency, is that as of Jan. 1 it added one more member, Lithuania....
  • Anti-Semitism on the rise in Europe

    Anti-Semitism on the rise in Europe
    The European Union just recently declared that Hamas is no longer going to be listed as a terrorist state? The majority of the United Nations member nations now also want Israel to be investigated for Geneva Code violations? What is going on, and has...
  • The ironies of oil

    Gasoline prices are on the verge of crashing down to below $2 a gallon. The price of oil may dip below $50 a barrel. Even with renewed demand from a global economic resurgence, energy prices continue to fall. The U.S. has suddenly become the world's...
  • Throwing more tax money at students won't make college affordable

    To the editor: Ronald M. Glassman and Gerald E. Scorse call for a financial transaction tax to subsidize college attendance. They don't realize that plentiful tax money to subsidize college attendance is the probable cause of tuition expense rising faster...