Spain investigates incident in North Korean Embassy

Spanish authorities said police are investigating an incident last week at North Korea's embassy in Madrid in which a woman was hurt and, according to a North K
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A very merry Christmas at Best Buy with sales booming

Best Buy shares soar after posting big holiday numbers
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Next year in Caracas? Venezuelans hope exile will end soon

As Venezuela's opposition rekindles street protests and builds powerful international support, the millions who fled are redirecting their gaze toward the belov
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Global stocks rise after Trump tariff extension

Global stocks rise after Trump postpones tariff hike on Chinese goods following 'substantial progress' in negotiations
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FIFA bans Chelsea from signing players through next season

FIFA has banned Chelsea from signing players until the 2020 offseason transfer window for breaching rules covering young players
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BMW, Daimler: You can trust us with car-sharing data

Automakers Daimler and BMW are formally launching their joint venture in services that make it possible to use their cars without necessarily owning one
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Spain: Pro-secession protesters block roads in Catalonia

Protesters backing Catalonia's secession from Spain clashed with police and blocked roads during a student and worker strike over the trial of a dozen separatis
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Spain to get 3rd gov't in 4 years amid fragmenting politics

Spain will elect its third government in less than four years after Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez's fragile socialist government has acknowledge its support has
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Chinese in Spain stage protest over blocked bank accounts

Hundreds of Chinese have protested outside a Spanish bank's premises in Madrid, claiming they are being unfairly denied access to their accounts while the bank
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World stocks recover as US-China trade talks extended

World markets bounce back after Chinese officials say trade talks with the US to continue in Washington next week
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Sarri state: Humbling loss endangers Chelsea coach's future

Maurizio Sarri's reign at Chelsea already looks like it's approaching the end, and he's not even completed a season
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Spain's courts put to test by trial of Catalan separatists

Spain's Supreme Court is bracing to hold the nation's most sensitive trial in four decades of democracy this week with all eyes focused on its ability to stand
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Right-wingers rally in Madrid, demand Socialist PM resign

Thousands of Spaniards in Madrid have joined a rally called by right-wing political parties to demand that Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez step down
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Questions, criticism of Brazil soccer club where 10 killed

Brazilian soccer club Flamengo came under mounting criticism for licensing issues at its training ground on Saturday, a day after a fire ripped through a dormit
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Pope meets with Spanish migrant rescue group leader

Pope meets with head of Spanish migrant rescue group, pro-migrant mayors
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Mourinho accepts guilty plea for tax fraud in Spain

Former Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has received a one-year suspended sentence after reaching a guilty plea for tax fraud in Spain
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Jose Mourinho given one-year suspended sentence for tax fraud in Spain

Jose Mourinho given one-year suspended sentence for tax fraud in Spain
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EU nations endorse Venezuela opposition leader over Maduro

A key group of European Union countries has endorsed Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as the country's interim president, piling the pressure on embattl
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The Latest: Lima Group urges Venezuela troops to let aid in

A coalition of Western Hemisphere nations is urging Venezuela's military to allow badly needed food and medicine to enter the country as the bloc pushes for a p
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The Latest: Guaido calls for aid conference on Venezuela

The interim government challenging Venezuelan socialist Nicolas Maduro says it will hold an international conference to seek emergency humanitarian assistance a
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The Latest: Poland, Croatia back Guaido in Venezuela

Poland and Croatia have joined at least 14 other other European Union nations in recognizing Juan Guaido as interim president of Venezuela
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The Latest: UN leader avoids choosing side on Venezuela

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says he has been in contact with supporters of the rival initiatives to deal with the Venezuela crisis and has decided t
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The Latest: EU leader pushes Italy for unity on Venezuela

European Parliament President Antonio Tajani is pressing Italy's populist government to side with other EU countries on Venezuela
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The Latest: Canada's leader pledges aid for Venezuelans

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada will give $53 million in humanitarian aid for Venezuelans who he says are living under a "dictatorship willin
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