Egypt Ends Emergency Law - Wall Street Journal :: url: http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&fd=R&usg�QjCNEaH6bw2SFmNgb7t1oCJqhcGGOqkw&url=http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702304821304577438813564798678.html?mod%3Dgooglenews_wsj
Made in Israel? Not a simple question - The Associated Press :: url: http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&fd=R&usg�QjCNHSPvxcxlxBsb0l_Cnz1knEUndYvg&url=http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5hppOAhF0F9JfFdBODyu6AWnaYIGA?docId%3D54fc4cfdec714cbdbd93a9151470ec9e
Alongside Obama, George W. Bush steals the WH show :: WASHINGTON (AP) -- It's Barack Obama's house now, but his predecessor and political foil, George W. Bush, stole the show at the White House on Thursday with his wisecracks and grin....
UN chief urges Syria to stop attacks - MiamiHerald.com :: url: http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&fd=R&usg�QjCNH_5dLIbcNQfGINPVN1wpbzQsFmJg&url=http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/05/31/2826465/un-chief-urges-syria-to-stop-attacks.html
Pain in Spain threatens the eurozone's future :: Spain's finances aren't as grim as Greece's, but its banking crisis endangers the future of the euro.
Mistrial declared in Edwards case :: The judge in the campaign finance trial of former US presidential candidate John Edwards declares a mistrial because of jury deadlock on most charges.
VIDEO: Israel returns Palestinian bodies :: Israel returned the remains of 91 Palestinians killed while they were carrying out attacks against Israelis.
In pictures: Life on a Kenyan dump :: Kenyans who survive on what others throw away
Police ready for Euro 2012 trouble :: Fans from across Europe will soon be traveling to Poland to support their teams during Euro 2012, but so too will police officers from each nation to keep an eye on them.
The next big thing: Polish cuisine :: To create the future of Polish cuisine, chef Wojciech Amaro looked to the 16th century for inspiration.
When sacred icons mean big money :: It was once that a cassock, a simple cross and a chalice was all you needed to equip the average church, but now the world of liturgical accessories is a big business.
A medic's pictures of the Falklands war :: Personal photos from the Falklands conflict
VIDEO: House of Commons :: A Labour MP has told the House of Commons that UK businesses need better management rather than deregulation.
Firth fashions a green path :: The red carpet is fashion's grandest stage where stars line up to see and be seen. But who you are wearing is as important as who you are.
A tale of £2m properties for sale :: How can a one-bedroom flat cost more than a mansion?
Five detained over deadly Qatar mall fire :: Five people, including the daughter of the Qatari culture minister, were ordered detained as authorities investigate a fire that killed 19 people at a Doha, Qatar, shopping mall, the state-run Qatar News Agency reported.
South Africa under apartheid in the 1970s :: Snapshots of life under apartheid nearly 40 years ago
New images: Miami face-bite attack :: CNN's Erin Burnett discusses newly released images of the gruesome scene of a cannibalistic killing in Miami.
In Pictures: Heatherwick exhibition :: Major exhibition of visionary Thomas Heatherwick opens
What Are 'Bath Salts' And Are They Illegal? :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/U4tcjKrXEyw/tagblogsfindlawcom2012-blotter-idUS282502007420120531
N. Korea proclaims itself a nuclear state :: North Korea proclaimed itself a "nuclear state" this week following a revision of its constitution earlier this year.
Suicide attack kills 5 in Afghanistan :: A suicide bomber attacked a district police office in southern Afghanistan Thursday morning, killing five police officers and one civilian and wounding six others, the Kandahar governor's office said.
Indian growth slides to 9-year low :: Indian GDP growth slides to 5.3% a clear sign that the country's slowdown is deepening and affecting all sectors of the economy.
Your pictures: Reunion :: Readers' photos on the theme reunion
Should Germany exit the eurozone? :: Instead of pushing Greece out of the eurozone, Germany should withdraw, write Clyde Prestowitz and John Prout.
Blow to Patagonian dam project :: One of the two companies planning to build the giant HidroAysen dam in Patagonia has frozen the project, citing lack of government backing.
Car insurance market faces probe :: The car insurance industry is set to be scrutinised by the Competition Commission, after the Office of Fair Trading calls the sector "dysfunctional".
Orange unveils Intel-based mobile :: Europe's first smartphone based on the US chipmaker's technology is to go on sale in the UK and France in June.
Pietersen quits ODI & T20 cricket :: Kevin Pietersen announces his retirement from international limited-overs cricket with immediate effect.
'Quick buck' school profit claim :: Introducing profit making into state schools risks creating a "quick buck" culture, says Labour's Stephen Twigg.