04 Aug 2012
ALEPPO, Syria - President Bashar al-Assad's forces used artillery, planes and a helicopter gunship to pound rebel positions in Syria's biggest city, witnesses said, in a battle that could determine the outcome of the 17-month uprising. | Video
03 Aug 2012
MADRID - Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy inched closer on Friday to asking for an EU bailout for his country, but said he needed first to know what conditions would be attached and what form the rescue would take.
SEOUL - Capitalism, in hermit North Korea, is normally associated with moral and economic ruin.
04 Aug 2012
TRIPOLI - A car bomb exploded near the offices of the military police in Tripoli early on Saturday, a senior security source said, the first such attack in the Libyan capital since the start of a revolt that toppled the regime of Muammar Gaddafi last year.
ADEN - A suicide bomber struck at a funeral in a village in Yemen's southern province of Abyan overnight, killing at least 25 tribal fighters and wounding dozens more, officials and medics said on Sunday.
04 Aug 2012
CHICAGO - Manchester United Ltd.'s deal with General Motors Co. to sponsor the hugely popular football club's shirts will bring in 357 million pounds ($559 million) over the agreement's seven-year term, the club said in a regulatory filing Friday.
Aug 5. - The Mars rover Curiosity hurtles closer to the Red Planet, on track "to fly through the eye of the needle" for a precise, safe landing. Sarah Charlton reports.
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