Germany asks US intelligence station chief to leave countryGermany’s government requested the United States’ chief intelligence official in Berlin to leave the country on Thursday in connection with an investigation into US spying activiti...
In The Papers
In the Papers
57 000 little problemsINTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Thurs. 10.07.14: International papers focus on tensions in the Middle East, elections in Indonesia and illegal immigration in the United States.
Inside The Americas
INSIDE THE AMERICAS
World Cup humiliation for host nationThis week, the sadness of Brazil is matched only by the surprise of the rest of the world as the world cup hosts and favourites are crushed by Germany. Then, a World Cup ticket sca...
Obama in Texas to urge congressional action on child migrant crisisBarack Obama met with Texas Governor Rick Perry in Dallas on Wednesday to discuss the critical influx of unaccompanied children from Central America across the US border.
US shale gas: Full steam ahead with frackingRecent calls for less European dependence on natural gas from Russia are adding to pressure on countries like France to open up its massive shale gas deposits and allow fracking. T...
Smartphones, laptops face increased checks on US-bound flightsThe US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will not allow cellphones or other electronic devices on US-bound planes at some overseas airports if the devices cannot be turn...
Ordinary Americans caught up in NSA data sweepIn this edition: the Washington Post's latest investigation into the NSA's data sweep; bald Barbie dolls for kids with cancer; and a fireworks display as seen by a drone.
Germany arrests 'double agent' suspected of spying for USA man reported to be an employee of Germany's BND foreign intelligence agency has been arrested on suspicion of spying for the United States, it emerged on Friday.
Anti-hazing campaign in the PhilippinesIn this edition: Web users in the Philippines campaigning for an end to university hazing rituals; a teenage hunter sparks outrage with her online photos; and a video games fan inv...
USA - ISRAEL
US wants speedy Israeli probe into beating of American teenThe United States on Saturday said it was “deeply troubled” by reports suggesting Israeli paramilitary police beat a 15-year-old American of Palestinian descent during riots in Eas...
THE 51 PERCENT
Anger over US Supreme Court decision on birth controlIn this edition, we take a look at a controversial ruling by the US Supreme Court that will allow a Christian-owned company to refuse to pay for their workers' contraception....
Surging US jobs report boosts global marketsA better than expected US jobs report boosts world markets. Official figures show unemployment fell to 6.1%, the lowest rate since September 2008. Meanwhile, France could say goodb...