South Korea government says 295 still missing several hours after ferry sinks; 2 dead
More than 100 people, including students, remain unaccounted for.
Semiconductor manufacturing equipment maker ASML sees lull in customer orders
Credit Suisse profits down 34 percent as revenues fall at investment bank
Amid crackdown on Islamists, Egypt clamps control over mosques and preachers' message
At least two people have died and 107 others remain missing after a ferry carrying 477 passengers, many of them students, sank off South Koreaâs southern coast Wednesday.
Prince William, wife Kate and baby George arrive in Sydney to kick off Down Under tour
Oscar Pistorius may have hurt his own defense while on the stand, defense lawyers believe.
Cuban doctors in eye of Venezuelan hurricane; program popular with poor, maddening to critics
Uruguay president declares $322,883 in wealth: flower farm, bank account and 2 VW Beetles