A rollercoaster week for the global stock market showed no signs of stabilizing on Thursday, as European stocks showed a downward trend on concerns over French banks and continued sovereign debt crises on the continent. The bad news from…
Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday denounced the violent riots spreading across Britain, as the number of arrests neared 1,200. Steve Douglas and Lewis Vaughan Jones of International Television News report from Manchester and Birmingham, respectively.
By Larisa Epatko
The fatal collision of two high-speed trains last month in China was not only a blow to the country's growing transportation system, but also to the nation's use of the system as a sign of its rising status.
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As riots continued to grip London four days after a peaceful demonstration over the shooting of a 29-year-old man by police quickly turned into violence and looting, Prime Minister David Cameron vowed in a television address that his government…
Turkey's foreign minister met with Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad on Monday to express his concern about the Syrian offensive, but Assad defied outside appeals to stop the deadly crackdown. GlobalPost's Annasofie Flamand and Hugh Macleod discuss the unrest with three…
More than 500 rioters and looters have been arrested in four nights of unrest that has spread from London to other cities across Britain. Gwen Ifill discusses what's behind the violence with The Observer's Ned Temko in London.
By Larisa Epatko
Authorities in London dispatched 16,000 police Tuesday night in hopes of controlling riots and looting that have continued for three straight nights and spread to other cities in Britain.
By Francine Uenuma
Violence has spread throughout neighborhoods in London for three days, after a peaceful demonstration Aug. 6 over the shooting of a 29-year-old man by police. Rioters have looted stores, burned tires and cars, and clashed with police across Britain's capital.
A new report offered by our partners at GlobalPost gets the perspective of three young revolutionaries determined to bring about change in Syria.
A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images. Following on the heels of the Dow's worst day since 2008, global markets remained in flux amid continuing uncertainty over Europe's debt…
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