Pope calls to stop ‘grave persecutions’ in Syria, Iraq Francis said "terrorist violence" showed no sign of abating in Turkey's neighbors, where Islamist insurgents declared a caliphate.
Argentina says HSBC aided clients to evade taxes via Swiss accounts Switzerland has become the world's biggest offshore financial center thanks to strict banking secrecy laws in the Alpine country.
Football legend Pele hospitalized, says he’s ‘doing fine’ Albert Einstein Hospital said Pele was relocated to the intensive care unit because a kidney dialysis machine he needed was in ICU.
Modern, surrealist art auction in London expected to fetch $100M The works to be auctioned include paintings by Joan Miro, Rene Magritte, Pablo Picasso, Amedeo Modigliani and Alberto Giacometti.
Germany, France urge EU to take tougher stand on tech firms The Commission for instance has been examining Google’s promotion of its own services in search results since 2010.