Business investment unexpectedly drops in third-quarter, GDP unrevised
LONDON (Reuters) - British business investment unexpectedly fell in the third quarter of 2014 and growth relied heavily on household spending once again, raising fresh questions about the resilience of the economy's recovery.

Michelin's 'undisputed leader' in cuisine
Tokyoites may brag about having the most Michelin stars in the world, but Hong Kongers can actually eat in theirs without breaking the bank.

British intelligence could not have stopped soldier's murder - report
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's security services could not have prevented two men hacking to death a British soldier in broad daylight on a London street last year, even though one of the killers had been investigated five times, lawmakers said on Tuesday.

Former Rwandan rebels transferred to Congo transit camp
KINSHASA (Reuters) - Authorities in Democratic Republic of Congo began to transfer former Rwandan rebels on Wednesday from disarmament camps in the east to a northern transit camp, the U.N. mission said, in an apparent first step to their relocation in a third country.

Dogs of war: Other orphans of Donetsk
Shelter in ravaged city struggles to house once-docile dogs.

Ferguson hopes for calm as city cleans up from vandalism, looting
Tensions appear to ease after 2 nights of unrest over grand jury decision's not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in Michael Brown's death

Ministers from coalition against Islamic State to meet December 3
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Foreign ministers from up to 60 countries forming the U.S.-led coalition against Islamic State militants will hold their first meeting next week in Brussels, U.S. officials said on Wednesday.