Judge chides UK leader's 'Team Nigella' comment
LONDON (AP) — A British judge chided Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday for saying he was on "Team Nigella" during the fraud trial of two former assistants to celebrity cook Nigella Lawson and her former husband.
Slovenia won't need bailout, review finds
LJUBLJANA, Slovenia (AP) — A review of Slovenia's financial system showed Thursday that the small eurozone state will need to spend about 4.8 billion euros ($6.6 billion) to rescue its banks — a sum it can afford without the help of an international bailout.
Winter storm pounds Mideast for second day
AMMAN, Jordan (AP) — Syrians at a sprawling refugee camp in northern Jordan scrambled to batten down their tents against torrential rains and high winds as a blustery winter storm battered parts of the Middle East for a second day Thursday.
Prosecution winds down case against Mladic
AMSTERDAM (AP) — Prosecutors at the U.N. Yugoslav Tribunal have provisionally rested their case against Ratko Mladic, the former top Bosnian Serb general accused of 11 counts of war crimes — including genocide — for allegedly directing atrocities against civilians during the 1992-1995 Bosnian War.