(Reuters) - U.S. authorities said they expect this week to seize a 70-million-year-old dinosaur skeleton that was discovered in Mongolia more 65 years ago and now is stored in New York and at the center of an international legal dispute.
LOS CABOS, Mexico (Reuters) - Just a few hundreds yards from where global powers worked around the clock this week to ease Europe's debt crisis and revive the world economy, the customers at one hotel were oblivious to the stress and letting it all hang out.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian tax collectors will get three weeks of military physical training from the president's security forces in an effort to build up the muscles and moral fiber of an organization seen as ineffective and corrupt.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A pack of wolves attacked and killed a worker in their enclosure at one of Sweden's most popular wildlife parks on Sunday, said police, who did not know what had triggered the attack on the 30-year-old woman.
KIEV (Reuters) - It seemed a light-hearted gesture of soccer goodwill at the time, but a drinks bet Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov had with a Swedish fan at Euro 2012 has brought the wrath of the opposition down on him.
BERLIN (Reuters) - A young English-speaking male who showed up in Berlin last year saying he had lived in woods for five years with his father and knew only his first name and age has now acknowledged making up the story, German officials said on Friday.