Tunisia's governing moderate Islamist party condemned the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Tunis and the neighboring American school, saying Saturday that such violence threatens the country's progress toward democracy after decades of dictatorship.
Sept. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Treasuries tumbled, pushing 30-year bond yields to the biggest weekly jump in three years, as the Federal Reserve’s pledge to keep adding stimulus even as the economy strengthens fueled concern inflation will accelerate.
Two Italian Cabinet ministers have demanded that carmaker Fiat, which controls Chrysler, clarify its plans for investments in Italian plants amid mounting concern over possible closures.
Germany's parliament is unlikely to approve a third financial rescue package for Greece, a senior lawmaker in Chancellor Angela Merkel's governing coalition said Saturday.
British police arrested a journalist Saturday on suspicion of bribery, acting on information supplied by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.
Tens of thousands of people from all over Spain rallied in the capital Saturday against punishing austerity measures enacted by the government, which is trying to save the country from financial collapse.
Angry Indian opposition parties protested on Saturday against the government's decision to open the country's huge retail market to foreign retailers.
a sign of the opposition's strength despite the Kremlin's efforts to muzzle dissent.
Hurricane Nadine has gotten slightly stronger as it heads eastward out into the Atlantic Ocean.
Europe faces weeks of tough negotiations to agree on a new region-wide banking supervisor after divisions emerged over the new body's powers at a meeting of the region's finance ministers Saturday.
Middle East violence is shaking up a presidential race that otherwise looks stubbornly stable, and tight. President Barack Obama holds a tiny edge, Republican Mitt Romney is seeking a breakthrough message, and three debates are ahead in the campaign's final seven weeks.
Sept. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Officials from nine nations drafting a Pacific-region trade accord made progress on lowering customs barriers and meshing health standards, the top U.S. negotiator said as the talks recessed until December.
Sensing an opening on the economy, President Barack Obama launched an aggressive new effort Saturday to convince voters in the most competitive states that Republican rival Mitt Romney is risky for the nation's recovery with a plan that caters to multimillionaires over the middle class.
Republican Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan thinks the Federal Reserve is making a mistake in its new effort to prop up the economy.
An Afghan local policeman killed two soldiers with the NATO military coalition in southern Afghanistan on Saturday, the latest in a surge of insider attacks that are fracturing trust between Afghan forces and their international partners.