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Student Spins Double Life Among Spanish Elite

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Security agents were left puzzled over how Francisco Nicolás Gómez Iglesias, 20, was able to broker business deals, lunch with politicians, and shake hands with ... more

Demand Jumps for Protective Equipment as Ebola Cases Spur Hospitals Into Action

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Major manufacturers of protective equipment are increasing production as people across the United States brace for new potential cases of the virus.

World Briefing: Britain Extradites Terrorism Suspect to U.S.

published about 4 hours ago
Haroon Aswat, a Briton, is wanted in the United States on accusations that he conspired in 1999 to set up a terrorist training camp in ... more

Submarine Search Near Stockholm Reminiscent of a Cold War Thriller

published about 4 hours ago
Submarine Search Near Stockholm Reminiscent of a Cold War Thriller
Sweden launched a search team of 200 personnel aboard ships, helicopters and minesweepers to scour the Baltic Sea in search of an unidentified foreign vessel.

Letter From Europe: In Britain, Child Sex Abuse Defies Easy Stereotypes

published about 4 hours ago
High-profile revelations of child sexual abuse have shown the risks of ascribing blame according to class or race.

Spanish Nurse Infected With Ebola Is Declared Free of Disease

published about 6 hours ago
Tests for the disease done on María Teresa Romero Ramos have twice come back negative, hospital officials said.