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  • U.S. wine exports in 2014 second highest on record

    U.S. wine exports in 2014 second highest on record
    Exports of U.S. wine last year were the second-most valuable on record, reaching $1.49 billion in revenue, nearly all of it from California. The European Union was the largest buyer of U.S. wine at $517 million, followed by Canada ($487 million) and...
  • Russian court refuses to release Ukrainian prisoner

    A Russian court on Wednesday refused to release a Ukrainian prisoner whose fate has attracted global attention. Moscow's City Court turned down an appeal by Nadezhda Savchenko's lawyers, ruling that she should remain behind bars pending an investigation....
  • Seven weeks after attack, Charlie Hebdo resumes regular publication

    Seven weeks after attack, Charlie Hebdo resumes regular publication
    The French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo returned to newsstands on Wednesday with its first regular issue since Islamist extremists gunned down 12 people in an attack on its headquarters. The magazine had published a special "survivors issue" last...
  • Amnesty International: Powerful nations failing to stop rights abuses

    Amnesty International: Powerful nations failing to stop rights abuses
    Shameful milestones in human rights abuses were reached in 2014 as tens of thousands of civilians were killed amid armed conflicts from Syria to Ukraine and the world's wealthiest countries did little to halt the violence, Amnesty International reported...
  • France avoids EU penalties over budget deficits

    France will avoid punishment for missing its budget deficit targets after the European Union gave it two more years to come into line. European Commission Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis said Wednesday that France now has a 2017 deadline to get its...
  • Cyprus signs military deal to let Russian navy ships dock

    Cyprus on Wednesday signed a deal with Russia allowing its navy ships to make regular port calls on the divided Mediterranean island. The deal with European Union member Cyprus, which also hosts British military bases, comes amid strong Russia-West...
  • EU warns of new sanctions if Ukraine peace deal collapses

    European Union President Donald Tusk warned on Wednesday that the EU will not hesitate to impose new punishment on the separatists and Russia if the latest Ukraine peace deal collapses. Tusk told the EU legislature on Wednesday that "additional sanctions...
  • EU prosecutor: Close 'prosecution gaps' for terror cases

    The European Union's top criminal prosecutor is calling on member countries to update and harmonize anti-terrorism laws to deal more effectively with the twin threats of European-born participants in Islamic jihad and solitary extremists. Michele...
  • Bob Faro: Unity in U.S. and throughout world needed to fight terrorism

    Bob Faro: Unity in U.S. and throughout world needed to fight terrorism
    Daesh, the term most Arabs use to describe what is inaccurately termed Islamic State, is a derogatory term for the terrorist organization, which in no way is Islamic and even less a state. The use of Daesh omits Islam from the description and, in Arab,...
  • EU police operation takes down malicious computer network

    European police have taken down a computer network that used malicious software to infect more than 3 million computers worldwide and steal personal data, banking details and passwords. European Union police coordination agency Europol said in a...
  • West Bank Palestinians reeling as Israel withholds tax payments

    DURA, West Bank Hatem Amro's donkey is as scrawny as his salary. In January, Amro, who teaches Islamic studies in the southern West Bank as one of 180,000 employees of the Palestinian Authority, coped with a 40 percent pay cut by buying a short,...