- Inside A Polish Drone Factory
July 31 2013 9:02 AM
Not all drones are equipped with missiles. FlyTronic's aren't, and the company is seeking to expand into civilian markets.
- 100 Suspected War Criminals Applied For Asylum In Britain Last Year
July 30 2013 2:02 PM
The majority of these applicants have been resident in the U.K. for several years.
- Serbia Is Seeking Advice On Economic Affairs
July 30 2013 12:11 PM
Serbia's government is hoping to see Dominique Strauss-Kahn join as an adviser as the country is trying to enter the European Union and get its economy back on track.
- A Pike, A Russian President And The Internet
July 30 2013 10:13 AM
Russian President Vladimir Putin may or may not have caught a big fish while in Siberia.
- Britain To Impose Cash Bond On Visitors From 6 Former Colonies
July 30 2013 3:46 AM
Britain’s Home Office has confirmed the plan despite complaints of discrimination from the targeted countries.
- New Frontier? Pope Francis And Desmond Tutu Speak Favorably Of Gays And Lesbians
July 29 2013 3:38 PM
Francis’ comments were far more conciliatory than the stridently anti-gay stance taken by his predecessor, Pope Benedict XVI.
- Mugger Caught Through Facebook Gets 22 Years
July 29 2013 3:20 PM
Shermya Pyatt's mugging victim used Facebook to track her down after she uttered her distinctive name during the crime.
- Banana-Gate: Relentless Racial Hate Directed At Italy’s First Black Minister
July 29 2013 1:45 PM
Kyenge, in her brief tenure as minister, has already suffered a number of painful incidents.
- Woman Attacked Online For Campaigning For Jane Austen On British Currency
July 29 2013 12:43 PM
Caroline Criado-Perez received rape threats on Twitter after she launched a campaign to have Jane Austen appear on the British 10-pound notes.
- China Agrees To Talks, Temporary Halt To French Wine Probe
July 29 2013 9:15 AM
The wine investigation freeze comes after a deal on a trade dispute over solar panels, the biggest China/EU trade dispute yet.
- Mourners Charged For Too Many Flowers On Graves
July 26 2013 11:01 AM
An official with the Amber Valley Borough Council said the fines are necessary; mourners call the grief tax "disgusting."
- France's Straus-Kahn Embroiled In New Sex Scandal
July 26 2013 10:42 AM
Former French presidential aspirant Dominique Struass-Kahn will face trial on pimping charges.
- Green, White And Red: Italy And The West's Biggest Communist Party
July 26 2013 6:12 AM
Communism has a long and winding history in Italy, the very center of Western Christendom.
- A Blue Rooster In Trafalgar Square Is Facing Some Criticism
July 25 2013 3:53 PM
A contemporary sculpture representing a blue rooster was inaugurated on Thursday by London's mayor, Boris Johnson.
- 30,000 Tax Dodgers Step Forward To Pay Tax On Swiss Accounts
July 25 2013 12:03 PM
The $950 million in tax payments comes under a deal signed between Swiss, UK, and Austrian governments.
- Did Excessive Speed Cause The Train Accident In Spain?
July 25 2013 11:39 AM
The train took a turn at 120 mph, when the maximum was 60. An investigation will determine if it was due to a technical or a human mistake.
- Turkish Lawyer Says Pregnant Women In Public Are 'Disgraceful'
July 25 2013 10:58 AM
The remarks from Omar Tuğrul İnançer were condemned on Twitter and by Turkish government officials.
- Spain Train Derailment Video Surfaces
July 25 2013 8:53 AM
On July 25, a video of the a high-speed train derailment that occurred in Spain on Wednesday surfaced.
- Majorca: A Revolution For A Good Reputation
July 24 2013 3:49 PM
Majorca will soon undergo a profound transformation - replacing young binge drinkers with a wealthy clientele.
- Political Crisis In Bulgaria Intensifies After Parliament Siege
July 24 2013 1:22 PM
On Tuesday, hundreds of Bulgarians asking for the prime minister's resignation trapped MPs and journalists in the parliament building.