ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece intends to make good on its debt
obligations but needs aid urgently to be able to do so, the
government said on Monday, after several senior officials insisted
Athens had no money to pay a loan installment falling due next
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's main opposition party celebrated
its first national election win in a decade on Monday, after its
candidate for the presidency unexpectedly defeated incumbent
BEIJING (Reuters) - China said it had lodged a complaint with
the United States over a U.S. spy plane that flew over parts of the
disputed South China Sea in a diplomatic row that has fuelled
tension between the world's two largest economies.
(Reuters) - Time Warner Cable Inc is nearing an agreement to
be acquired by smaller peer Charter Communications Inc for about
$55 billion, combining the second and third largest U.S. cable
operators, people familiar with the matter said on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) - European shares fell in thin trade on
Monday while the dollar powered ahead after U.S. Federal Reserve
Chair Janet Yellen indicated that the central bank was poised to
raise interest rates this year.
BAGHDAD/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Islamic State poured more fighters
into Ramadi as security forces and Shi'ite paramilitaries prepared
to retake the Iraqi city that fell to the Islamists a week ago in a
major setback for the government.