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The Assad regime on Saturday continued to ignore international calls to end the violence.
An American reporter and a French photographer were among 39 people killed Wednesday in the flash-point Syrian city of Homs, a key target in President Bashar Assad's brutal crackdown on the 11-month-old anti-government uprising.
It is a safe bet that bad things are going to happen when the central character of a novel argues for - and imposes - a paperless office. What author sitting down to write fiction could possibly write approvingly of paperlessness? Certainly not Robert Harris: He is a former writer for the British newspapers the Observer and the Sunday Times, and the author of seven previous novels (including "The Ghost Writer"), so his career has been devoted to words on paper.
News International executive James Murdoch has resigned as a director of the companies that publish The Sun and The Times of London newspapers, the company confirmed Wednesday.
South African media say they have uncovered evidence that supports corruption allegations against a leading anti-apartheid activist who served time on Robben Island alongside Nelson Mandela.
Newly-minted royal Kate Middleton is on the hunt _ no, not for foxes but for her own charity gig.
Newly-minted royal Kate Middleton has been making unnannounced trips to various U.K. charities, following a family tradition championed by the late Princess Diana.
Stung by concerns that using Google is bad for the planet, the Internet search giant has revealed exactly how much electricity the company uses and how much greenhouse gases it produces in an effort to show its business model is environmentally friendly.
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Tuesday accused Rupert Murdoch's newspapers of employing criminals to obtain confidential information about his family, his private financial affairs and the lives of ordinary people who were at "rock bottom."