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Attorney General Eric Holder is reportedly staying on in his position for at least another year past President Barack Obama's first term

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US Attorney General Eric Holder is reportedly staying on in his position for at least another year past President Barack Obama’s first term, according to Fox News. Barack Obama had previously asked Eric Holder to continue in his role beyond January and Holder accepted his request, but they did not specify a timeline, the Wall Street Journal had reported earlier. There was some uncertainty a...

Pope Benedict XVI, German president, Christian Wulff, and his wife Bettina at the Bellevue Palace in Berlin

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...Church is a net of the Lord that pulls in good fish and bad fish. We have to learn to live with the scandals and work against the scandals from inside the great net of the Church.” Groups of Catholics who are demanding reform of the Church will also use the visit to express their views. Sigrid Grabmeier, a spokeswoman of Catholic reform group Wir Sind Kirche (We are Church), said she had mi...

The New York Times has been blocked inside China after it published an investigation into wealth accumulated by relatives of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao

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The New York Times has announced that access to its website is being blocked inside China after it published an investigation into wealth accumulated by relatives of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao. In its report, the New York Times said Wen Jiabao’s family members “have controlled assets worth at least $2.7 billion”. Holdings included property, insurance and construction firms, it s...

Pope Francis prepares to tackle some of the Catholic Church's major problems and he starts with the Vatican Bank, which has been accused of laundering money

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Pope Francis prepares to tackle some of the Catholic Church’s major problems and he starts with the Vatican Bank, which has been accused of laundering money. The pontiff is starting with the bank as he plans to reform the Church into a model of austerity and honesty. Pope Francis has spent the first weeks of his papacy officiating at services and demonstrating how true servants of God shoul...

Pope Francis has appointed Archbishop Pietro Parolin as new secretary of state

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Pope Francis has appointed Archbishop Pietro Parolin as new secretary of state. The move is seen as the Pope’s most significant appointment since he became leader of the Catholic Church in March. Archbishop Pietro Parolin, a 58-year-old Vatican diplomat, replaced Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, 79, who is retiring. Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, appointed by Francis’ predecessor Pope Benedict, had b...

Paolo Gabriele has been moved to a Vatican cell to serve the rest of his sentence

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Paolo Gabriele, Pope Benedict’s former butler, found guilty of stealing papal documents, has been moved to a Vatican cell to serve the rest of his sentence. Paolo Gabriele was given an 18-month prison sentence earlier this month. He admitted passing documents to a journalist, but said he did it out of love for the Church and the Pope. The Vatican secretary of state’s office has left o...

Monsignor Nunzio Scarano has been arrested in connection with an inquiry into the Vatican bank scandal over allegations of corruption and fraud

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Monsignor Nunzio Scarano, a senior Italian cleric, has been arrested in connection with an inquiry into the Vatican bank scandal over allegations of corruption and fraud. Monsignor Nunzio Scarano works in the Vatican’s financial administration. A secret service agent and a financial broker have also been arrested. They are suspected of trying to move 20 million euros illegally into Italy. P...

Olympus ex-chairman Tsuyoshi Kikukawa and six of its executives have been charged by Tokyo prosecutors in connection with a $1.7 billion accounting cover-up

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Olympus ex-chairman Tsuyoshi Kikukawa and six of its executives have been charged by Tokyo prosecutors in connection with a $1.7 billion accounting cover-up. Tsuyoshi Kikukawa, executive vice-president Hisashi Mori and former auditor Hideo Yamada are among those charged with falsifying securities reports, according to Reuters and Bloomberg news agencies. Olympus ex-chairman Tsuyoshi Kikukawa and...

Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen has denied taking performance-enhancing drugs, after smashing a world record at the London Olympics

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Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen has denied taking performance-enhancing drugs, after smashing a world record at the London Olympics. Ye Shiwen, 16, won gold in the 400 m individual medley after breaking her personal best by at least five seconds. She swam the last 50 m quicker than the men’s champion, prompting leading US coach John Leonard to describe her performance as “disturbing...

CY Leung is the newly elected leader of Hong Kong after an unusually turbulent campaign

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CY Leung is the newly elected leader of Hong Kong after an unusually turbulent campaign. Self-made businessman CY Leung, 57, was elected by a committee of 1,200 business leaders and other influential citizens, mostly loyal to Beijing. The Chinese government switched its support to CY Leung late in the campaign after a string of scandals rocked early frontrunner Henry Tang. Hundreds of pro-democra...

Lai Changxing was accused of bribing officials and smuggling goods including cars, cigarettes and oil in one of China's biggest political scandals

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Chinese media reports that Lai Changxing has been jailed for life for running a multi-billion dollar smuggling ring. Xinhua news agency said Lai Changxing, 53, extradited from Canada, was convicted and sentenced by a Fujian court. Lai Changxing was accused of bribing officials and smuggling goods including cars, cigarettes and oil in one of China’s biggest political scandals. He fled to Can...

Pope Francis has urged Christians and Muslims to work together to promote mutual respect

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In his Eid message, Pope Francis has urged Christians and Muslims to work together to promote mutual respect, particularly by educating new generations of believers. The pontiff greeted Muslims around the world during his Sunday blessing of pilgrims gathered in St Peter’s Square in Rome. Pope Francis has urged Christians and Muslims to work together to promote mutual respect Pope Francis s...

Usain Bolt regained his 100 m world title and won a fourth individual World Championships gold in Moscow

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Usain Bolt regained his 100 m world title and won a fourth individual World Championships gold with a season’s best of 9.77 seconds in Moscow. In heavy rain, the 26-year-old Jamaican made amends for his false start in Daegu two years ago and further cemented his status as the greatest sprinter in history. The six-time Olympic champion overtook Justin Gatlin in the final stages, forcing the...

Pope Benedict announced his shock resignation in February and became the first pontiff to step down in 600 years

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Pope Emeritus Benedict has said he resigned after God told him during what he called a “mystical experience”, a Catholic news agency reported. Pope Benedict announced his shock resignation in February and became the first pontiff to step down in 600 years. “God told me to do it,” the Zenith agency quoted Benedict as saying to a visitor to the convent in the Vatican gardens where he is living out...

Dumex allegedly paid doctors and nurses in the northern city of Tianjin to promote its baby formula products

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Dumex – Danone baby food unit – said it is investigating claims the company bribed hospital staff in China to use its products. According to China Central Television, Dumex allegedly paid doctors and nurses in the northern city of Tianjin to promote its baby formula products. The report, which cited an unidentified former sales manager, comes amid an anti-corruption drive by Beijing....

The IRS has faced angry opposition from conservatives since it admitted in May that it subjected tea party groups to more intense screening than it applied to other applicants for tax-exempt status

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A current Internal Revenue Service employee revealed during a closed-door interview with congressional staffers that the agency is still subjecting Tea Party groups with a level of scrutiny that it doesn’t apply to other applicants for nonprofit tax exempt status. The news comes three months after the IRS was forced to admit it targeted conservative organizations with special screening base...

A report in Chinese newspaper 21st Century Business Herald has alleged that Nutricia, maker of KariCare milk formula, bribed doctors to boost sales

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Danone food unit Nutricia has started an internal investigation into bribery claims in China. A report in Chinese newspaper 21st Century Business Herald has alleged that Nutricia, maker of KariCare milk formula, bribed doctors to boost sales. The report, which cited an unidentified person, claimed that the unit gave gifts and travel subsidies to more than 100 doctors in 14 hospitals in Beijing. T...

Former police chief Wang Lijun testified against Bo Xilai on Saturday

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Bo Xilai has accused his ex-police chief Wang Lijun of lying over allegations of abuse of power. Disgraced Chinese politician Bo Xilai launched a scathing attack on Wang Lijun, his former associate in the central city of Chongqing, saying his testimony was “full of lies and fraud”. The trial, in its fourth day in the city on Jinan, was later adjourned until Monday. Bo Xilai, a former...

Bo Xilai has admitted "some responsibility" for the government funds he is accused of embezzling

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Bo Xilai has admitted “some responsibility” for the government funds he is accused of embezzling. The disgraced Chinese politician told a Jinan court that his wife Gu Kailai had taken the money, and he knew nothing about it at the time. However, Bo Xilai admitted he did not do enough to stop it. “I feel ashamed. I was too careless,” he said. Bo Xilai also mocked a former c...

Pope Francis named Monsignor Battista Mario Salvatore Ricca to oversee Vatican bank management

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Pope Francis has taken his first major step towards reforming to the troubled Vatican bank, naming Monsignor Battista Mario Salvatore Ricca, a trusted cleric, to oversee its management. The Vatican said Monsignor Battista Mario Salvatore Ricca had been approved as interim prelate of the Institute for Religious Work (IOR)s, as the bank is known. Monsignor Battista Mario Salvatore Ricca currently r...

Patrick Stewart has become something of a social media sensation with his Halloween lobster costume

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Patrick Stewart shared the story behind his Halloween lobster costume on The Daily Show. Patrick Stewart, 73, has become something of a social media sensation of late – especially when it comes to posting wacky things on his Twitter account. The veteran actor caused a stir when he shared a picture of himself dressed as a lobster to wish his followers a happy Halloween. Patrick Stewart has...

President Harry S. Truman set up the National Security Agency in 1953

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Set up by President Harry S. Truman in 1953, the National Security Agency (NSA) is the eyes and ears of America across the globe, intercepting 1.7 billion emails, phone calls a day. The NSA is a secretive body that serves the military and intelligence communities by collecting all forms of foreign communications to prevent attacks on the US. The agency was prohibited by law from intercepting dome...

Hosting Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the Rose Garden, President Barack Obama requested a standing Marine to open an umbrella and protect his head from the light rain

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Pope Francis has set up a commission of inquiry to review the activities of the Vatican bank

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Pope Francis has set up a commission of inquiry to review the activities of the Vatican bank, following recent scandals. Earlier this month, Pope Francis named a trusted cleric to oversee the management of the bank, which is known officially as the Institute for Religious Works. The institution, one of the world’s most secretive banks, has been beset by allegations of money-laundering. Vati...

John Paul II could be declared a saint this year after a Vatican committee approved a second miracle attributed to him

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John Paul II could be declared a saint this year after a Vatican committee approved a second miracle attributed to the former pope’s intercession. The Congregation for the Causes of Saints ruled an “inexplicable recovery” on 1 May 2011 was due to the late Pope’s intercession, Ansa reported. Earlier that same day he had been beatified after a first miracle was attributed to...