WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Baltimore rioting over the death of a
black man from injuries in police custody is spurring Maryland
lawmakers to take action on criminal justice reform after
legislation stalled in the statehouse.
BUKIT WANG BURMA, Malaysia (Reuters) - Malaysian police
forensic teams, digging with hoes and shovels, began pulling out
the remains of dozens of suspected victims of human traffickers on
Tuesday from shallow graves discovered at a jungle camp near the
border with Thailand.
(Reuters) - Charter Communications Inc said it would buy Time
Warner Cable Inc in a deal valued at $78.7 billion, as the second
and third largest U.S. cable operators look to better compete with
market leader Comcast Corp.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has
proposed resuming peace negotiations with the Palestinians but with
the initial focus on identifying those Jewish settlements that
Israel would keep and be allowed to expand, an Israeli official
said on Tuesday.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian went
on trial on espionage charges behind closed doors in Tehran on
Tuesday, 10 months after he was arrested at his home and
imprisoned, Iran's semi-official Tasnim news agency reported.
LONDON (Reuters) - Greece's financial crisis and signs of
growing opposition to austerity in Spain sent the euro to its
lowest level in a month on Tuesday, while shares and commodities
took a knock as the dollar powered higher.