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Greece might need a third international rescue package worth 50 billion euros ($66 billion) in 2015, the German weekly magazine Der Spiegel reported Sunday.
As we approach the festive season - the elongated, en- chanting month from Thanksgiving through Christ- mas to New Year's - my mind has been drifting through various memorable past holidays. Some have been personal, including the last one with my father before he died. But one that stands out for historic reasons is Christmas 1991.
Four of the high-profile media organizations that have collaborated with WikiLeaks on its release of secret documents on Friday condemned the group's disclosure of its entire archive of uncensored U.S. State Department cables.
A suicide bomber wearing a police uniform blew himself up during a meeting at a provincial governor's compound Saturday in northern Afghanistan, killing two NATO troops and four Afghans, officials said.
Reports of a U.S. "death squad" in Afghanistan, complete with the publication of gory photographs, have failed to attract the intense political or media attention afforded a previous war scandal — the mistreatment of Iraqi prisoners at Abu Ghraib.
Paging Seymour Hersh. White courtesy telephone, please. A scandal of epic proportions is being completely ignored by the media -- including the AWOL Mr. Hersh, who, among others, broke the Abu Ghraib story.
Afghanistan's president on Wednesday condemned the actions of a group of U.S. soldiers charged with murder in the deaths of three unarmed Afghans and said they killed for entertainment after having taken drugs.
Borrowing rates for Portugal briefly spiked Monday after reports over the weekend that Germany and France are pushing it to accept outside help to keep the debt crisis in Europe from spreading.
A Norwegian newspaper on Thursday said it has obtained the entire trove of 250,000 uncensored U.S. diplomatic documents that WikiLeaks has been distributing.