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Britain calls emergency meeting after man killed in LondonPublished: 23 May 2013Total views: 233
North Korea tourism boost bidPublished: 22 May 2013Total views: 675
The search goes on in OklahomaPublished: 22 May 2013Total views: 380
Obama, Thein meetPublished: 21 May 2013Total views: 498
23 May 2013 : The head of the IRS office that oversees non-profit groups refused to testify at a congressional panel probing abuse at the US tax agency, but defiantly declared she had done nothing wrong.
23 May 2013 : The United States should consider curbs on Chinese investment or even offensive operations against hackers to address the growing toll from intellectual property theft, a report said.
10 Apr 2013 : As France begins withdrawing its troops from Mali, a top US defence official has said a UN-mandated African force was "incapable" of taking over the battle against Islamist extremists.
10 Apr 2013 : A Chinese sportswear firm sued by Michael Jordan over unauthorised use of his name has countersued the retired NBA superstar for $8.0 million for hurting its reputation, state media said Wednesday.
10 Apr 2013 : Save the Children on Wednesday urged action after releasing a report claiming that most rape and sexual abuse victims in many of the world's conflict zones were children.
10 Apr 2013 : British Prime Minister David Cameron hailed Margaret Thatcher as an "extraordinary" woman who had revived the country's fortunes, at a special parliamentary tribute to the divisive former leader Wednesday.
10 Apr 2013 : China recorded a rare trade deficit in March as imports exceeded exports by $880 million, data showed on Wednesday, as officials and analysts warned of lingering weakness in crucial overseas markets.
10 Apr 2013 : Serbia holds a national day of mourning Wednesday after a war veteran went on a killing spree, shooting dead 13 relatives and neighbours including his son, his mother and a two-year-old child, in his tiny village near Belgrade.
10 Apr 2013 : SEOUL - South Korea raised its military watch alert to "vital threat" on Wednesday ahead of an expected North Korean missile launch, as UN chief Ban Ki-moon warned the Korean peninsula may be slipping out of control.
10 Apr 2013 : The use of the death penalty is broadly diminishing around the world although a handful of countries that had not used capital punishment for several years resumed executions in 2012, Amnesty International said on Wednesday.
10 Apr 2013 : EU legislators struck an anti-corruption deal that aims to force big mining companies to make public the payments they make to governments where they operate, officials said.
10 Apr 2013 : The former boss of failed British bank HBOS will return his knighthood and forego 30 percent of his pension following last week's damning parliamentary report into its collapse during the financial crisis.