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  • Chinese NGO considering legal action over police raid

    A Chinese anti-discrimination civic group said Friday it is considering legal action over a police raid on the group's offices that was apparently prompted by its advocacy for five women's rights activists whose detentions have drawn international...
  • Republicans criticize Clinton tie to Venezuelan who's also tied to Jeb Bush

    Republicans criticize Clinton tie to Venezuelan who's also tied to Jeb Bush
    The national Republican Party is heaping criticism on Hillary Clinton for the family foundation's ties to foreign donors — even though some of those same donors have ties to former Gov. Jeb Bush and his family. In its latest missive directed at...
  • 2 more Galileo satellites launched from French Guiana for EU

    A rocket fired from French Guiana has launched two Galileo satellites for the European Space Agency as the European Union continues to expand its global navigation system. Arianespace says the seventh and eighth Galileo spacecraft were placed into...
  • AP Interview: Ukraine PM: Russia could spark new offensive

    Russia plans to eliminate Ukraine as an independent state and could spark a new offensive in the east to achieve that aim, Ukraine's prime minister told The Associated Press on Friday. Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk, in an interview at his office in...
  • Ukrainian ambassador visits Allentown, says Ukraine-Russia conflict a global problem

    Ukrainian ambassador visits Allentown, says Ukraine-Russia conflict a global problem
    The world should be watching the crisis in Ukraine, Yuriy Sergeyev, Ukraine's ambassador to the United Nations, told a lunch-time audience Friday in downtown Allentown. It isn't a national or regional issue, he stressed to a packed house at the...
  • An 'obnoxious gesture'? L.A. architect Thom Mayne's tower in the Alps draws ire

    An 'obnoxious gesture'? L.A. architect Thom Mayne's tower in the Alps draws ire
    Release a rendering of a very tall, very shiny glass tower looming over an idyllic mountain village and the Internet goes bananas. That's what happened earlier this week when Morphosis Architects of Los Angeles released its design renderings for a new...
  • Nearly 70 migrants found on berm on Greek-Turkish border

    Greek border police said Friday they had rescued 68 people, most of them Syrians, trying to cross illegally into Greece after they became stranded on a berm on the Greek-Turkish border. The migrants, including 14 children aged between 3 and 12 and...
  • EU weighs new methods to coax Israel back to peace talks

    The European Union is assessing new ways to push Israel back to the peace negotiating table with the Palestinians for a deal based on a two-state solution, working in tandem with the United States, EU officials say. The EU is exploring new diplomatic...
  • Business events scheduled for the coming month

    All times are Eastern WEDNESDAY, April 1 WASHINGTON — Institute for Supply Management releases its manufacturing index for March, 10 a.m.; Commerce Department releases construction spending for February, 10 a.m. DETROIT — Automakers release...
  • Spain's 2014 budget deficit below that set by EU

    Spain says its budget deficit in 2014 ended up slightly above its target but below that sought by the European Union. Finance Minister Cristobal Montoro said Friday the country's deficit amounted to 5.7 percent of Spain's GDP. That was higher than the...
  • Russia denies it's in talks with Argentina on leasing jets

    Russia hasn't held negotiations on leasing a dozen supersonic bombers to Argentina, but would be willing to consider such a deal, a senior government official said Friday. Alexander Fomin, the head of the Federal Service for Military-Technical...