A spokesman for Egypt's interior ministry tells CNN that the former president is in a "full coma." The BBC, however, says it's been told Mubarak is not in a coma. Rumors about the severity of his problems continue to swirl.
Dad thought she was with mum. Mum thought she was with dad. But 8-year-old Nancy wasn't with either of them. Somehow David Cameron's oldest child got left behind when everyone else went home after lunch. She was quickly reunited with her family.
Financial markets have been on the rise in Europe and futures point to a good day on Wall Street. But some of the early gains have evaporated as traders look more closely at the package and look ahead to elections in Greece.
The Free Syrian Army launched what many say was the first coordinated rebel attack in Damascus last Friday. The capital appeared quiet on Monday, but heavy fighting was reported in two cities in central Syria.
Finance ministers over the weekend agreed to lend a hand to Spain — up to $125 billion, specifically — to save it from collapse. Before this move, there was widespread fear that Spain's banking crisis could have a devastating impact on the global economy. But is the nightmare over?
The attempt to reel in departmental spending on things like hotel space and foreign travel may seem like window dressing, but voters see government largesse as a right. Analysts say the efforts are unlikely to make much of a dent in India's $91 billion deficit.
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