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In symbolic move, EU parliament votes against spending farm aid to profit bullfighting

In symbolic move, EU parliament votes against spending farm aid to profit bullfighting

European Union lawmakers have declared their opposition to using farm subsidies to raise cattle for bullfighting.…

Russia’s finance minister sees 1 of 2 rainy day funds depleted by end of 2016

Russia’s finance minister sees 1 of 2 rainy day funds depleted by end of 2016

Russia says it’s likely to deplete one of its two rainy day funds by the end of next year as tries to plug the state deficit amid the economic downturn.…

Romanian minister under fire for death of policeman escorting him meets lawmakers to explain

Romanian minister under fire for death of policeman escorting him meets lawmakers to explain

Amid growing public anger, Romania’s interior minister has met with lawmakers from his party to explain what happened after a police officer died escorting his motorcade.…

Queen Elizabeth II to lead Commonwealth meeting in Malta joined by Philip, Charles, Camilla

Queen Elizabeth II to lead Commonwealth meeting in Malta joined by Philip, Charles, Camilla

Queen Elizabeth II plans to lead a royal entourage to Malta in late November for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.…

More than 120 hurt in high-speed ferry accident off Macau

More than 120 hurt in high-speed ferry accident off Macau

More than 120 people were injured when a high-speed ferry traveling from the Asian gambling hub of Macau to Hong Kong slammed into an object floating in the water, authorities…

At least 3 dead after whale watching boat carrying 27 sinks

At least 3 dead after whale watching boat carrying 27 sinks

Canadian authorities said at least three people were killed Sunday when a whale watching boat with 27 people on board capsized off Vancouver Island.…

No joke: Comedian wins Guatemala’s presidential election

No joke: Comedian wins Guatemala’s presidential election

A television comedian was elected president of Guatemala Sunday night after a wave of protests and widespread public anger over corruption helped oust the Central American country’s previous government.…

Kerry visits Saudi king to discuss developments in Syria, Yemen and Libya

Kerry visits Saudi king to discuss developments in Syria, Yemen and Libya

Secretary of State John Kerry has met with Saudi Arabia’s monarch, King Salman, to follow up on discussions he held earlier this week with others about efforts to revive a…

Montenegro police throw tear gas to disperse opposition protest

Montenegro police throw tear gas to disperse opposition protest

Montenegrin police have fired tear gas at opposition supporters who hurled fire bombs and torches to demand the resignation Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic’s government which hopes to steer the Balkan…

Bodies of 40 migrants found washed ashore in Libya, another 30 suspected missing

Bodies of 40 migrants found washed ashore in Libya, another 30 suspected missing

Libya’s Red Crescent says the bodies of 40 migrants have washed ashore in the Mediterranean country.…