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Exxon Mobil Meets Kurd Leader After Baghdad Talks

BAGHDAD (AP) - Iraq's Kurdish regional government says its president has held talks with the head of Exxon Mobil amid signs that the energy...

Spanish Economy Sinks Deeper Into Recession

MADRID (AP) - Spain's recession deepened in the fourth quarter of 2012, when the economy shrank by 0.6 percent compared with the previous three-month...

Norway cheese fire shuts down road tunnel

OSLO, Norway (AP) - A road tunnel in northern Norway will be shut for several weeks after a 27-ton truckload of sweet goat's milk...

UN: Syrian Agriculture Industry Badly Damaged

ROME (AP) - A U.N. report says 22 months of war in Syria have left the country's agriculture "in tatters," with cereal, fruit and...

Cyprus Says Money Laundering Allegations Must Stop

NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) - Cyprus says that international allegations it is a haven for money laundering amount to a "war" and must stop. Government spokesman...

Fiji Police Say Teens Dug Up Grave For Witchcraft

SUVA, Fiji (AP) - Fijian authorities claim two teens dug up a grave, stole a skull and hid it as part of a plan...

India Warns Kashmiris Of Possible Nuclear Attack

SRINAGAR, India (AP) - Officials in Indian-controlled Kashmir are warning residents to build bomb-proof basements, collect two weeks' worth of food and water and...

Germany, France Celebrate Reconciliation

BERLIN (AP) - Germany and France are marking 50 years of an accord that enshrined the two former adversaries' post-World War II reconciliation with...

EU Pilots, Cabin Crew Call For Fatigue Protection

BRUSSELS (AP) - Pilot and cabin crew organizations are calling for better protection against in-flight fatigue in planned European Union legislation. Pilots and crew members...

Malaysian PM In First Visit To Hamas-Ruled Gaza

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) - The Malaysian prime minister is visiting the Gaza Strip, in a political boost for the territory's once internationally...

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