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Reed Stevenson

Is Yemen’s Saleh facing last chapter in Saudi Arabia?

Every minute Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh spends away from his country is one step closer to the end of his three-decade rule.

Karadzic takes stand at trial to deny war crimes

Radovan Karadzic took the stand at his war-crimes trial on Monday to reject responsibility for some of Europe's worst atrocities since World War II.

ICC issues arrest warrant for Sudan’s al-Bashir

The International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir on Wednesday for war crimes.

Tribunal enters plea of not guilty for Karadzic

A UN tribunal on Friday entered a plea of not guilty on behalf of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic for war crimes and genocide charges.

Karadzic arrives in The Netherlands to face trial

War crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic arrived in The Netherlands on Wednesday to face trial at The Hague on charges of genocide.

Carlyle Capital in default, on brink of collapse

An affiliate of United States-based buyout firm Carlyle Group has defaulted on about ,6-billion of debt and expects its lenders to seize remaining assets as the global credit crunch tightens around leveraged investors. A ''successful refinancing is not possible,'' Carlyle Capital said.

Barclays agrees to $91-billion ABN buy

British bank Barclays has agreed to buy Dutch rival ABN AMRO for just over €67-billion as it seeks to head off rivals to clinch the world's biggest ever bank takeover. Barclays said on Monday it would pay 3,225 new shares for each ABN AMRO share, equivalent to €36,25 a share at Friday's closing price.

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