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US holiday travel smooth despite new security

Millions of Americans took to the skies on Wednesday for the start of the Thanksgiving holiday but air travel flowed smoothly.

Serbia urges UN members not to recognise Kosovo

Serbian President Boris Tadic appeals to the majority of UN countries who have not recognised Kosovo's independence to maintain that position.

Billionaire Branson urges investment in Zimbabwe

Billionaire Richard Branson has urged people to invest in Zimbabwe, saying the world was wrong to wait instead of helping the nation.

Kenya says world neglecting Somalia security threat

The international community is neglecting the security threat from Somalia, Kenyan Foreign Minister Moses Wetangula said on Friday.

Investigators still interviewing NY bomb suspect

US authorities were still questioning a Pakistani-American man on Wednesday, who they say admitted trying to bomb New York's Times Square.

US arrests man in New York car bomb attempt

A man of Pakistani origin has been arrested on suspicion he bought the vehicle used in the failed car bombing in New York's Times Square last weekend.

US investigators hunt New York car bomb culprits

Investigators combed through security video and other evidence on Monday in the hunt for suspects in a failed car bombing in New York's Times Square.

Protesters, police clash after G20 in Pittsburgh

Police and anti-capitalist protesters clashed at the University of Pittsburgh campus on Friday evening, hours after the G20 summit ended.

Protests, clashes hit G20 summit city

Protesters smashed shop windows and threw rocks at police on Thursday as police used pepper gas and batons to disperse marches against capitalism.

Walter Cronkite, ‘icon of American journalism’, signs off

Former CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite, whose authoritative delivery of news events made him ''the most trusted man in America'', died on Friday.

Publishers look to music lessons on digital content

Publishers are learning from music labels' struggle to make online music profitable and combat piracy, but e-books will add value to the industry.

Prosecutor to present third Sudan case within weeks

The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court said on Friday he will present a case for the indictment of some rebel commanders.

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