The plant was Nokia's largest outside Europe, but Microsoft's to terminate a purchase agreement meant that the closure was more than likely.
Just one day after the French government announced an investigation into the mysterious flights, more drones were spotted.
Isis militants nearly took over Syria's second city after storming governor's office.
US Military Ebola Dispatches: Servicemen On The Front Lines Talk of Hunger and Corruption in Disease Hit Nations
Six weeks of summaries reviewed by NBC News paint a grim picture of the situation in the three Ebola-stricken countries in West Africa.
Despite an international campaign seeking the woman's release, she was hanged by Iranian authorities at dawn.
Germany's largest lender is reportedly on the cusp of a deal over Libor-rigging allegations, which have cost the bank billions already.
Rosneft, Russia's largest oil producer has asked for more than 2 trillion rubles from the country's National Wealth Fund.
Kirra-Belle Olsson, 13, was surfing off Avoca beach, 60 miles north of Sydney, when she was bitten on the left ankle by a 3-foot shark.
Doctors in the U.S. and U.K. warn they are finding more of the virus in the bodies of infected people than they did during previous outbreaks.
Islamic State Militants Crucify Teenager In Sickening Punishment For Apostasy, Photographing Terror HQ
Graphic pictures show the body of a teenage boy, who was accused of apostasy and of photographing the militant group's military headquarters.
Researchers found only 111 of 2,379 drone victims killed in Pakistan since 2004 were "senior commander[s] of any armed group."
The YPG is facing a vicious onslaught from the Islamic State group over the Syrian Kurdish border town of Kobani.
The international body warned the global response to the Ebola outbreak needs to be '20 times greater' than it was at the start of October.
Hundreds took to the streets of the Syrian city of Homs Thursday in protest after a suicide bomber killed 47 children in a school.
Footage purports to show fighters from the Islamic State group in combat with Kurdish forces defending the Syrian city of Kobani.
Nick Griffin, the former leader of the far-right British National Party was expelled from the group for 'causing disunity'.
New data shows that the three companies spending the most on EU lobbyists are all from the United States.
Israel Settlements: White House Says Construction Construction in East Jerusalem Would Distance Israel From 'Even Its Closest Allies'
The Obama administration said that new construction in East Jerusalem would distance Israel from 'even its closest allies'.
The climber was in the dangerous Magaliesburg mountain range near Johannesburg when he got stuck, forcing medics to take drastic action.
Eric Frein Manhunt: Fugitive Survivalist Leaves Trail Of Diapers, Cigarettes For Pursuing Authorities
Eric Matthew Frein is the chief suspect in the killing of Pennsylvania State Police Cpl. Bryon Dickson and wounding of Trooper Alex Douglass.
Hearing is over Argentina's failure to follow court order to continue to pay holders of its restructured debt.
Pressured by U.S.-led airstrikes in Syria, the militant group said, "This is not war against al-Nusra, but a war against Islam."
The list names figures with key roles in the transportation and training of foreign fighters in Syria and the financing of terror activity.
Senegal shares a border with Guinea, which has been hit hard by the Ebola outbreak, but it has managed to keep the virus at bay.
High demand for footwear and apparels in the quarter ending August pushed the sportswear manufacturer's profits up 15 percent.
The council's declaration follows a controversial case of a brother and sister who had four children together.
The quarantine of three districts follows a three-day, country-wide quarantine last week, in the Ebola-hit country.
Parliamentarians and film directors are calling for a boycott of U.S. movies, as relations sour over the crisis in Ukraine.
A conversation between two Arabic speakers reportedly referred to a “demonstrative act, Wednesday, at the Vatican.”
Adel Abdul Bary pleaded guilty to three charges associated with al Qaeda’s bombing of U.S. embassies in Africa in 1998.