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A U.S. citizen was arrested on Saturday and is suspected of murdering a shopkeeper in a town near Rome, police said.
US oil prices went above $65 per barrel on Monday for the first time since October last year after the White House pledged to deepen its crackdown on Iran.
SAP said in January around 4,400 people would leave under the restructuring.
Activist Facebook investors are again going to try to oust Mark Zuckerberg as chairman and abolish what they see as the firm's unfair share structure.
As the latest escalation of conflict in the middle east has already shown, a war between the US and Iran would impact global oil prices
Christopher John Kulish, 62, died on Monday right after reaching the top of Mount Everest on the Nepal side of the mountain.
Facebook co-founder in a New York Times editorial today said the social networking giant has become a corporate monopoly with too much power and said the federal government needs to step in and break up the company.
44 U.S. states filed a lawsuit in which they're accusing Teva Pharmaceuticals USA of orchestrating a scheme with 19 other drug companies to inflate drug prices