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Spain's Princess Cristina ordered to trial for tax fraud
A Spanish judge on Monday ordered the king's sister, Princess Cristina, to be tried along with her husband on charges of tax fraud — making her the first member of the country's royal family to face charges in court since the royalty was restored in 1975.
Russia facing more Canadian sanctions over Ukraine
Just one day after Russian President Vladimir Putin blamed Western sanctions for his country's current economic woes, Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird has announced Canada will be imposing additional sanctions over the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
Crybaby jihadists: Aussie militants call for help
A handful of young men who took up arms with IS to fight for an Islamic caliphate across the region have, either directly or through their families at home, contacted Australian authorities for help.
Russian jet, civilian airliner nearly collide, Sweden says
A Russian military jet nearly collided with a commercial passenger airplane in international airspace near southern Sweden on Friday, the Swedish authorities said, but Russia insisted on Sunday that its jet had kept at a safe distance.
Utah mom says she 'cancelled' Christmas
A Utah mom says she "cancelled" Christmas to teach her three sons a lesson in gratitude. "John and I feel like we are fighting a very hard uphill battle with our kids when it comes to entitlement.
Typhoon Hagupit sends Philippines scrambling to prepare
A ferocious and dangerously erratic typhoon blew closer to the Philippines on Friday, as differing forecasts about its path — one predicting it will graze the capital Manila — prompted a wide swath of the country to prepare for a weekend of destructive wi
Cousins recovering in hospital after being buried by snowplow
Police credit an air pocket with saving the lives of two Newburgh, N.Y., boys trapped in a snow pile for about seven hours after being buried by a plow. The two cousins told reporters they could hear their worried families’ cries but couldn't respond loud
India: Pakistani Agencies Backing Terror Groups
India's home minister hit out at Pakistan on Saturday, accusing its state agencies of using terror to try to destabilize India, and rejecting Pakistan's assertion that non-state actors are involved in terrorism.
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