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Iran sentences Iranian-American, his father each to 10 years
Iran's state-run judicial news agency is reporting that an Iranian-American businessman and his father have each been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
1,000 arrested this month after violence: Ethiopia mayor
The mayor of a town just outside Ethiopia's capital says 1,000 people have been arrested this month after violence that led to the burning of factories and vehicles.
Former Italian premier Monti comes out against referendum
Former Italian Premier Mario Monti has come out against a constitutional referendum on which the government's current leader has staked his future.
South Sudan's second city scorched by renewed fighting
This used to be South Sudan's second largest city, a bustling center on the White Nile River of more than 120,000 people, many employed in the oil fields nearby.
Germany: Panama taking right steps after accounts scandal
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has praised Panama's response to the offshore accounts scandal that followed leaks of documents from a Panamanian law firm.
EU leaders to debate stance on Russia at Brussels summit
Just as European Union leaders get ready to consider a tougher approach toward Russia, Vladimir Putin may have outfoxed them.
Officials say 750-800 died in deadliest known migrant wreck
Officials have put the death toll in the April 2015 migrant shipwreck at between 750 and 800 people, following autopsies on the remains retrieved from inside the vessel.
Prosecutors: 4 held in Belgium on terrorism charges
Belgian prosecutors say four people have been charged with participating in the activities of a terrorist organization, including by funding it and recruiting people to fight with the Islamic State
Electrical problem blocks Eurostar traffic beneath Channel
An electrical supply problem in the train tunnel beneath the English Channel has blocked Eurostar traffic between Britain and the European continent.
South African student protesters again seek to disrupt
Several South African universities have reported violent protests by demonstrators who are persisting in efforts to disrupt classes as part of a campaign for free education.
Swiss open probe into son of Equatorial Guinea's president
Swiss prosecutors have begun a preliminary investigation into the son of the president of Equatorial Guinea, who is set to go on trial in neighboring France for alleged misspending of public funds.
7 Types of Jerk Found in Every Office
Everybody is aggravating to somebody some of the time. A jerk is aggravating to everybody all the time.
Here Is the Antidote for Your Shiny Object Syndrome
Take advantage of the latest and best but don't drop your plan and start doubting yourself .
Managing Conflict Is Essential to Success
A functional workplace of diverse people and ideas is fertile ground for creativity -- and for conflict. Here's how to be a good referee.
Here's How My E-newsletter Remains My Best Marketing Tool
Newsletters easily made the transition from snail mail to email, but now they are so old-school marketers don't realize how well the good ones work.
Year-End Healthcare Strategies for Small-Business Owners
These tax-planning strategies could help you save thousands of dollars.
The Latest: Calmer weather at southern Colorado wildfire
The Latest on a wildfire burning in southern Colorado (all times local): 7:55 a.m.
10 Harsh Lessons That Will Make You More Successful
Nobody said success was easy.
The Latest: Mother of Benghazi victim to attend debate
The Latest on the U.S. presidential race (all times EDT): 10:10 a.m.
5 Ways to Prepare for the Season of Acquisitions
Acquisitions have led to a flurry of activity in the business world in the last year and the pace isn't letting up.