The Australian theme park where four people died on a river rapids ride has defended its safety record as police vetoed plans to reopen its doors to the public three days after the tragedy.
A series of small temblors have continued to shake a mountainous region of central Italy, further unsettling thousands of residents displaced by a pair of powerful aftershocks to the deadly August quake.
Deutsche Bank, under pressure from an impending settlement with the U.S. Justice Department, has reported 278 million euros ($303 million) in net profit for the third quarter as it strengthened its financial buffers against loss.
China's ruling Communist Party concludes a key meeting this week aimed at shoring up internal discipline and asserting General Secretary Xi Jinping's authority.
Anti-government protesters filled the streets of Venezuela's capital and other major cities in a show of force against Presidential Nicolas Maduro, whose allies enraged the opposition by blocking a recall referendum against the socialist leader.
The younger brother of former Japanese Emperor Hirohito died Thursday at the age of 100.
The U.S. military conducted a series of airstrikes in Afghanistan on Sunday that likely killed at least two senior Al Qaeda leaders, marking what the Pentagon called the most significant strike against the militant group’s leadership in several years.
South Korea plans to restart talks with Japan over a military intelligence sharing agreement to better cope with threats from North Korea.
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