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The search operation for those missing in the Genoa bridge collapse ended Saturday nights after the last three bodies were found, bringing the official death toll to 43.
Greece exits its bailout, but sterling and Turkey's lira enter another phase of uncertainty in a week where trade and data may also unnerve markets.
A deluge in Indias flood-stricken southwestern state of Kerala finally let up on Sunday but authorities fear an outbreak of disease among two million people crammed into relief camps.
A fresh tremor of 6.3 magnitude struck the Indonesian holiday island of Lombok, the U.S. Geological Survey said on Sunday, after an earthquake killed more than 430 people there earlier this month.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel met outside Berlin on Saturday for talks ranging from the conflicts in Ukraine and Syria, to Iran and a gas pipeline project that has drawn U.S.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the first generic version of Mylan's EpiPen, made by Teva Pharmaceuticals, which could could help lower the cost of the life-saving allergy injection.
A federal appeals court ordered the Trump administration to immediately implement an Obama-era chemical safety rule introduced in response to a 2013 explosion at a fertilizer plant in Texas that killed 15 people.
Italy calls a national day of mourning as it sponsors a funeral for the at least 38 killed in Tuesday's bridge collapse in Genoa. But some victims are still missing and demands for accountability for the disaster are mounting. Saskia O'Donoghue reports
Hundreds are dead in India's Kerala state and hundreds of thousands more forced from their homes in the latest flood, as the total displaced for this monsoon season hits 2 million people. Matthew Larotonda reports
U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis, who is presiding over the trial of Paul Manafort, said he personally had received threats related to the trial and was being protected by U.S. marshals. The judge also rejected a motion by some news organizations to make public the names of the jurors, saying he was concerned about the jurys peace and safety. Chris Dignam report.
U.S. President Donald Trump says he had asked the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to study the impact of allowing companies to file reports with the financial regulator every six months instead of every quarter.
President Trump attacked Turkey Friday over its continued detention of a U.S. Christian pastor saying it had acted very, very badly. Turkey's battered lira weakened 5 percent after a court rejected Andrew Brunson's appeal for release.
The worst floods in a hundred years in the Indian state of Kerala killed scores of people and forced hundreds of thousands into relief camps, officials said on Friday with more misery expected as heavy rain pushed water levels higher.
President Donald Trump on Friday said he had cancelled his planned military parade scheduled for November and would instead visit Paris on Nov. 11 to commemorate Veterans Day. Jonah Green has more.
The Turkish lira dipped to a low of 6.30 on Friday after warnings of more economic sanctions by the U.S. over Turkey's detention of American pastor Andrew Brunson. As Francis Maguire reports, the lira's woes has seen investors flee from emerging market stocks.
With Greece poised to exit the last of its three bailouts next week, it hopes to be able to borrow again in international markets after a nearly 9-year debt crisis. But as Ivor Bennett reports, there are some in Greece who feel the bailout will never end.
In an interview with the New York Times, Elon Musk says his health is deteriorating because of his pressures at work, and that this past year has been the most difficult and painful time of his career.
Italy's government has opened an investigation into the country's biggest toll-road operator, hours after saying it could face a heavy fine or lose its concession over a bridge collapse that killed at least 38 people.