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  • 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,...
  • Top Russian official: Western sanctions threaten oil output

    The chairman of the Russian Security Council says Western sanctions are threatening the country's oil and gas industry. The United States, the European Union and other countries last year imposed sanctions against Russia for its role in the Ukrainian...
  • Voters wary of promises in Britain's unpredictable election

    Posters are being printed and slogans are being polished as Britain's politicians battle it out in the most unpredictable national election in decades. One top election analyst has dubbed it "the lottery election." Voters, though, don't seem very excited...
  • Feb. 25 Letters: Trade agreements

    If you have noticed that jobs are scarcer than they used to be, that the cost of living keeps going up but incomes do not, that foreign countries are making most of the goods sold in America and that goods cost more but are of inferior quality, these...
  • Ukraine peace talks continue; no sign an agreement is near

    The leaders of Germany and France closeted themselves with the Russian and Ukrainian presidents into early Thursday in a so-far unsuccessful attempt to negotiate an end to the nearly year-old conflict in eastern Ukraine. German Chancellor Angela...
  • UN: At least 300 migrants missing as EU Mediterranean rescue operation comes under fire

    Some 300 migrants who tried to cross the frigid Mediterranean in open, rubber boats, were reported missing Wednesday by survivors as the U.N. refugee agency and other aid groups sharply criticized the new EU rescue operation as insufficient and costing...
  • While Greece's debt chaos grabs attention, eurozone economy is quietly gaining momentum

    With all the noise and uncertainty surrounding Greece, it's been easy to overlook the growing signs of economic recovery in Europe. A raft of indicators have pointed to a pick-up in activity that puts the 19-country eurozone economy in a position to do...
  • Eurozone and Greece fail to make breakthrough as bailout discussions hit impasse

    Talks between Greece and its creditors in the 19-country eurozone broke down Thursday without agreement or even a plan of action on how to move forward on the country's debts and bailout. Following an emergency meeting of the eurogroup in Brussels, the...
  • EU parliament sets up committee to probe sweet tax deals for multinationals

    The European Union has set up a special committee to look into national tax rules following allegations that Luxembourg had agreed on sweet deals for big multinationals. The committee of European parliamentarians will examine a cache of leaked...
  • UIC grad student talks about finding Eastland disaster film footage

    UIC grad student talks about finding Eastland disaster film footage
    Jeff Nichols has lived in Chicago for 20 years, so when he stumbled upon 100-year-old film clips of the SS Eastland disaster, the UIC graduate student knew the significance of what he had found. "It's as easily recognizable to someone who cares about...