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President Donald Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn did not need to be warned against lying to the FBI and does not deserve sentencing leniency because he received no warning, U.S. prosecutors said in a court filing on Friday.
U.S. stocks fell on fears about global economic slowdown after weak data from China and Europe, with Johnson & Johnson plunging following Reuters story that said J&J knew about asbestos in Baby Powder for decades.
Johnson & Johnson lost as much as $47 billion in market value Friday after Reuters reported the healthcare giant knew its baby powder was contaminated with cancer-causing asbestos for decades.
Yemenis in Hodeidah are daring to hope for some respite from the war, as aid floods into the crucial lifeline port. The country's warring parties have agreed a ceasefire in the city at U.N. talks in Sweden.
U.S. President Donald Trump directed hush payments to two women during the 2016 presidential campaign and knew the actions were wrong, his former personal lawyer Michael Cohen said in a television interview that aired on Friday. Jonah Green has more.
The Ukrainian security service has been raiding Orthodox Christian churches in the country, saying it suspects Russia-aligned clergy of spreading religious hatred. It comes before a council in Kiev on Saturday at which Ukrainian priests will establis
Starbucks is partnering with UberEats for delivery from about 3,500 U.S. stores and is nearly doubling its outlets in China over the next four years, but forecast that same-store sales would remain steady, sending shares down 3 percent.
LVMH has agreed to buy the Belmond luxury hotel chain, marking a big expansion of a previously niche hotels business for the Louis Vuitton parent. Julian Satterthwaite and Lisa Jucca reports.
A tiny company is trying to breathe new life into a fabled, four-century-old Colombian emerald mine without triggering unrest among wary locals who fear being shut out of the tunnels where they hunt for gems and make a meagre living.
Strasbourg's Christmas market is reopening after a police shootout killed Cherif Chekatt, the gunman who slew several people there on Tuesday. French prosecutors say the investigation is now focused on whether the religious extremist had accomplices.
Poland's decision to host the COP 24 negotiations to revive the 2015 Paris agreement on phasing out fossil fuel has laid bare the tension between high-minded goals and business realities.
French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner condemned an attack on a Jewish cemetery in eastern France in which dozens of graves were daubed with swastikas.
German airline Air Berlin's insolvency administrator is suing Abu Dhabi's Etihad, its former owner, for damages of up 2 billion euros ($2.26 billion), a Berlin court said on Friday.
Thousands of Hungarians protested in Budapest on Thursday (December 13), resuming demonstrations that started on Wednesday (December 12) against new legislation governing labor regulations.
Worshippers at a church in the Netherlands have been holding round-the-clock prayer services for more than six weeks to prevent an Armenian family from being deported, hoping for a Christmas miracle.
Wang Zhaohong worked on a demolition crew in Shenzhen at the turn of the century, clearing the way for the once-tiny border village to become a bustling metropolis. Now, suffering from a lung disease, the bedridden 50-year-old says the work he did wi
Reuters Exclusive: The French government is, according to sources, seeking candidates to replace Renault's embattled boss Carlos Ghosn, as board members began to voice doubts about keeping him in office following his indictment in Japan for suspected
Stocks worldwide tumbled on Friday after weak economic data from China and Europe fanned concerns of a global economic slowdown and left investors fretting over the wider impact of a still-unresolved Sino-U.S. trade dispute.
A seven-year-old girl from Guatemala died of dehydration and shock hours after she was taken into U.S. Border Patrol custody, U.S. Custom and Border Protection told the Washington Post on Thursday.
Croatia is suffering a severe labour shortage, most glaringly in its booming seaside tourist resorts, that is compounding obstacles to economic growth and dimming hopes of catching up with more developed European Union peers.
The US Senate delivered a rare double rebuke to President Trump on Saudi Arabia, voting to end U.S. military support for the war in Yemen and blame the Saudi crown prince for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The suspected gunman, who killed three people at a Christmas market in Strasbourg on Tuesday, has been killed, two police sources said on Thursday. Chris Dignam has more.