Clashes erupt over Mexico's missing
Riot police forcibly cleared protesters from Mexico City's main square late Thursday as outrage mounted over the case of dozens of missing students.
Why Putin thinks it's still 1985
Matthew Chance explains the secret to the Russian leader's popularity.
Obama will visit India again as ties expand
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama will attend India's Republic Day celebrations in January as chief guest, a sign of steadily expanding ties between two countries that share concerns about China's growing power in Asia.
Soccer to mark 30th anniversary of Bradford disaster
LONDON (Reuters) - The 30th anniversary of the fire at Bradford City's soccer ground, which killed 56 people in May 1985 will be commemorated by the Premier League and Football League next year.
UK public finances improve in October, remain far off-track
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's public finances improved slightly in October but finance minister George Osborne is still unlikely to meet his budget goals before next year's general election.
Is a China-Japan thaw likely?
OK, so Chinese President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's brief summit featured all the enthusiasm of two unhappy schoolboys forced to make up after a schoolyard dust-up.
Medics stay to treat Ukraine's sick
CNN's Phil Black reports on efforts to treat the sick and wounded at the center of the battle in eastern Ukraine.