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  • China releases women's activists after month's detention

    Chinese authorities have released five women's rights campaigners whose detentions sparked an international outcry and underscored the government's tight restrictions on independent social activism, lawyers said. Lawyer Liang Xiaojun said the five were...
  • Today: Feeling Unlucky. NFL's Risky Business.

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  • Third pro-Russia activist found dead in Ukraine capital this week

    A journalist supportive of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich was gunned down in Kiev on Thursday, the third death this week of a prominent critic of Ukraine's Western-backed government. Russian media and other loyalists of Yanukovich, who was...
  • Greece finance minister vows compromise in loan talks

    Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis promised Thursday to compromise in negotiations over the next installment of a bailout loan that would prevent a default on the country's debts. Yet Varoufakis also denounced some of the reforms demanded by the...
  • Standards for organic seafood coming this year, USDA says

    After more than a decade of delays, the government is moving toward allowing the sale of U.S.-raised organic fish and shellfish. But don't expect it in the grocery store anytime soon. The Agriculture Department says it will propose standards for the...
  • Another 41 African migrants drown making perilous crossing to Italy

    Another 41 African migrants drown making perilous crossing to Italy
    Forty-one African migrants drowned in the Mediterranean on Thursday, survivors told rescuers, pushing to more than 900 the number who have died this year making the perilous sea crossing from Libya to Italy. The incident occurred during a week in...
  • EU countries press for labelling of Israeli settlement goods

    More than a dozen European governments have called for the labelling of goods produced in Israeli settlements in the West Bank. Diplomats from 16 countries, including some of Israel's closest allies, signed a letter calling on EU foreign policy chief...
  • The Latest: Putin wants refund if French don't deliver ship

    2:56 p.m. (1156 GMT; 7:56 EDT President Vladimir Putin says Russia expects France to return the advance payment if it fails to deliver a warship built for the Russian navy. France has suspended the delivery of the Mistral warship amid Russia-West...
  • EU alleges Google's abuses hurt consumers, innovation

    The European Union's escalating legal attack on Google is likely to ignite a debate about whether the Internet search leader makes life more convenient for consumers or abuses its power to squeeze out rivals who might have something better to offer....
  • Philip Morris 1Q results top Street's view; raises outlook

    Philip Morris International Inc.'s first-quarter profit fell, pressured by a strong dollar. Still, its performance beat analysts' expectations as it shipped more cigarette. The seller of Marlboro and other cigarette brands outside the United States...
  • Iran nuclear talks to resume in Vienna April 22-23

    Major world powers and Iran will resume talks next week on Tehran's nuclear program, aiming to come up with a comprehensive deal by the end of June. The European Union said in a statement Thursday that senior negotiator Helga Schmid will meet with Iran's...