German authorities have taken the rare step of releasing the photograph of a young girl who was the victim of sexual abuse in the hopes of identifying who she is and who posted pornographic pictures of her online.
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China's government says it will allow use of some drugs and medical devices based on approval by foreign regulators in a move that could help ease access to its health care market.
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Wolfgang Schaeuble, the long-time German finance minister, is attending his final meeting of his peers in the 19-country eurozone.
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The Latest on the political situation in Catalonia, where some regional leaders want to declare independence from Spain.
David Milne loves the view of the North Sea from his home high above the roiling surf, but he finds his eye often falling onto the golf course next door and, when it does, on the tiny figures below.
German factory production rose strongly in August, more than making up for modest declines in the previous two months.
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Nobel economics prize awarded to Richard Thaler of the University of Chicago.
Spain's deputy prime minister says the Spanish government will be ready to act if Catalan separatist leaders go ahead and declare independence on Tuesday as they have promised.
DEVELOPING: U.S. economist Richard Thaler won the 2017 Nobel Economics Prize for his contributions in the field of behavioral economics, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said on Monday.
Turkey's military says Turkish troops have moved into Syria's northwestern Idlib province as part of an operation to enforce a "de-escalation" zone that was internationally agreed on in the region.
The leaders of four Dutch parties negotiating to form the next government have agreed on a draft program for a new center-right coalition after 208 days of negotiations.
U.S. smartphone chipmaker Qualcomm has offered concessions in an attempt to allay EU antitrust concerns over its $38-billion bid for NXP Semiconductors, the largest ever in the semiconductor industry.
Bosnia's war crimes court has acquitted the wartime commander of Srebrenica, who was accused of committing atrocities during the 1992-95 Balkan conflict.
Firefighters are battling several wind-whipped fires that forced evacuations of rural neighborhoods in Northern California.
The Times also showed its willingness to take on a celebrated Hollywood liberal and major Democratic donor who has held fundraisers for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama and hired the former president’s daughter Malia as an intern.