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Pa. coffee run leads to hatchet hitchhiker arrest

Newcastle port workers set to strike

US caught in awkward embrace of Myanmar 'crony'

Greece's weakened workforce starts to crack

Ex Vic union boss joins Katter party

Gypsies flock to bridal fair as parents negotiate

Protest action in Poland against government

Insight: In Fukushima end-game, radiated water has nowhere to go

Aussie apprentices win higher wages

NZ electrician killed on WA mine site

Special Report - Help wanted in Fukushima: Low pay, high risks and...

China's footprint grows in Zambia

NSA: America's powerful electronic spy service

EPA Administrator Jackson announces resignation

Industrial commission ruling stalls QBuild job cuts

China's Wen calls for action on Europe debt

President has not tackled Egypt's biggest problems

NSW MP has issues with power station sales

Unions fuming over Qld govt bikie claims

Federal Liberal calls for government help for fruit processor SPC Ardmona

SPC sacks maintenance workers

Tradies in sights of bikie laws

S.Africa shantytown forces anti-apartheid museum to close

Can Africa keep its economic winning streak alive?

In Ukraine, chaos meets self-declared independence

GE's Alstom bid shows limits of French state intervention

Guide to US allegations of China cyberspying

France takes U.S. to task over BNP Paribas fine

Queensland Government repeals laws forcing unions to ballot members over...

Workers unclear of fate after electrical contractor PSG goes into...

Germany's Siemens says to cut nearly 12,000 jobs

Russia challenges EU energy market rules

United States charges Chinese military officials over cyber spying,...

US Government: China Cited in Cyber-spying Case

Bosnia's failed privatizations key cause of unrest

Concern in Australia over Japan submarine fleet plan

Ukraine Awaits Plan From Merkel as Germany Flexes Influence

Stocks end higher following strong run in August

Abe's 'drill bit' hits resistance on Japan labor reform

Abe's 'drill bit' hits resistance on Japan labour reform

France tells GE and Siemens - Alstom proposals still not good enough

Union backs referendum on NSW power sale

Exclusive: Testing detente, US firms move to sell jet parts to Iran

Government announces royal commission into Union corruption

33 jobs lost as Ipswich power station mothballed

Newman govt could lose next election: poll

Special report - In foreign hands, British automakers overtake France

Queensland LNP endorse Treasurer's $37 billion asset leasing plan

Alstom suspends shares as Siemens, GE gear up for takeover tussle

South African democracy marks 20th anniversary

Hundreds of demonstrators have marched in Geelong calling for government...

U.S. Starts Money-Laundering Probe of Timchenko, WSJ Reports