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London (keydmedia) - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been set free on bail by the High Court in London.
Facebook is using facial recognition software to let US users automatically identify friends in photos at the online social network.
Los Angeles (keydmedia) - A mother from the US has launched a class-action lawsuit against McDonald's, claiming the toys given out with Happy Meals unfairly lure children into eating unhealthy food.
Berlin (keydmedia) - EU leaders gather for a two-day summit meeting in Brussels later today to try to agree the next steps in tackling the eurozone debt crisis.
WASHINGTON (keydmedia) - A White House review of President Barack Obama's Afghanistan war strategy being released on Thursday will report that foreign forces are making headway against the Taliban but that hefty challenges remain.
Washington (keydmedia) - The United States has filed suit against BP and eight other companies for damages stemming from this year's oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, the worst in US history.
Striking Greek workers grounded flights, shut down schools and paralysed public transport as protests against austerity measures to dig Greece out of a debt crisis culminated in a nationwide walkout.
Tehran (keydmedia) - A relatively strong bomb rocked an area near Imam Hossein Mosque in the Southeastern city of Chabahar, in Sistan and Balouchestan province on Wednesday, killing dozens of people mourning the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hossein (PBUH), the grandson of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).
London (keydmedia.net) - Up to 30 asylum seekers are feared dead after heavy waves smashed their timber boat onto rocks on Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean, sinking the boat and throwing 70 to 80 people into stormy seas.
London (keydmedia) - By mid-2007, the 50,000 Ethiopian troops that invaded Somalia in late 2006 found themselves increasingly bogged down, facing much fiercer resistance than they had bargained for as Somalis of all stripes temporarily put aside their differences to stand together against the outside invader.
London (keydmedia) - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was Tuesday freed on bail by a court in London after a week in custody pending extradition proceedings to Sweden, a judge ruled.
Rome (keydmedia) - Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has scraped through a crucial confidence vote in the lower house by 314 votes to 311.