A MAN sought by the UK authorities for allegedly attempting to pervert the course of justice by sending a controversial DVD to a judge and jury foreman during a trial relating to bomb attacks in London in July 2005
(36 Photos Included) The state of Victoria in southern Australia has recently been hit with hundreds of bush fires. These fires have proved to be the deadliest in Australian history, with at least 166 deaths reported so far.
Australian police combed through a blackened landscape searching for clues in the hunt for possible arsonists as the death toll from the nation's worst bushfires looked likely to top 200. The bushfires which swept through Victoria on Saturday nig
A protest has taken place in the Indian capital Delhi over the release of a group of men who beat up young women in a pub. The case of so-called moral policing has shocked the country.
"Glanage," like refusing to bathe, is a French tradition that reaches back to the Middle Ages, when people would go over the fields after the harvest and gather any crops that remained. But today, the practice is becoming more widespread
France and Germany are expected to give details this weekend of an agreement to station hundreds of German troops on French soil for the first time since the second world war.
President Muammar el-Qaddafi of Libya was named chairman of the African Union on Monday, wresting control of a body he helped found and has long wanted to remake in his pan-African image.
Burn victims lined the floors of overwhelmed hospitals Sunday... after an overturned gasoline tanker exploded as hundreds of people tried to scoop up free fuel.
A moderate Islamic cleric was elected president of Somalia early Saturday morning by the Somali Parliament, which was meeting in Djibouti.
Mr. Flottman, East Africa director for the International Republican Institute, the pro-democracy group that administered the poll, said he had believed that the results would promptly be made public, as a check against election fraud by either side.
North Korea's vow to abandon all peace agreements with Seoul drew a mild response Friday from South Korea's president.
Iceland's center-left Social Democratic Alliance Party was chosen Tuesday to lead the country following the collapse of the island nation's government amid deep economic troubles and intense political discord.
At least 300 civilians were wounded and scores feared killed by Sri Lankan army artillery shells fired into a designated "safe zone" for ethnic Tamils trapped by fighting between the military and Tamil rebels, a health official alleged Tues
Iceland's coalition government collapsed Monday, leaving the island nation in political turmoil amid a financial crisis that has pummeled its economy and required an international bailout.
Put bluntly, the unprecedented usurpation of spending power by the executive branch and the Federal Reserve is systematically undermining our democracy's most sacrosanct principle - the one that is supposed to ensure "the legislative departm
The Obamanation Coronation is now here and gone. Maybe 160 million further in the hole but no bother. It’s printed out of nothing anyway so what’s another 160 mil? Change most wanted and change we got. So where do we go from here? I had the op
The Thai armed forces have been accused of towing hundreds of migrants out to sea last month and leaving them to their fate with inadequate food and water and only paddles as a means to reach land.
A prominent Russian human rights lawyer who often clashed with the security services was shot and killed along with a student journalist investigating neo-Nazi activity in Moscow, prompting grief and outrage from colleagues who suspect they were targ
A new study from the National Academy of Sciences outlines grim possibilities on Earth for a worst-case scenario solar storm. Damage to power grids and other communications systems could be catastrophic, the scientists conclude, with effects leadi
The infamous NASA Blue Beam Project has four different steps in order to implement the new age religion with the Antichrist at its head. We must remember that the new age religion is the very foundation for the new world government, without which rel
The Pakistani government abruptly fired its national security adviser after he confirmed the surviving gunman captured in the Mumbai attacks is a Pakistani, a key piece of evidence contained in a dossier amassed by India on alleged Pakistani complici
Turbo-Capitalism has arrived in China. This two-part series takes us from the fading days of Communism to the increasingly abstract world of get-rich quick "New Money," and sheds some light on our own financial crisis along the way.
Venezuela will seize several gold mining concessions that previous governments granted private operators, in a bid to supplement falling oil prices with proceeds from state-controlled gold, President Hugo Chavez said.
Russia cut off the gas to its neighbor Ukraine on Thursday after a contract dispute but increased supplies to other European states to try to reassure customers worried about possible disruption.
The custodians of time will ring in the New Year by tacking a "leap second" onto the clock Wednesday to account for the minute slowing of the Earth's rotation. The leap second has been used sporadically at the Royal Observatory at Green
Taliban extremists in Pakistan's troubled northwest Swat valley have banned girls from attending school, threatening to kill any female students, officials said Thursday.
Pakistan began moving thousands of troops away from the Afghan border toward India amid tensions following the Mumbai attacks. The move represents a sharp escalation in the standoff between the nuclear-armed neighbors
The riots have begun. Civil protest is breaking out in cities across Russia, China, and beyond. Greece has been in turmoil for 11 days. The mood seems to have turned “pre-insurrectionary” in parts of Athens - to borrow from the Marxist handbook. T
Brawling South Korean lawmakers tried to sledgehammer their way into a parliamentary meeting room barricaded by the ruling party as the National Assembly descended into chaos Thursday over a free trade agreement with the United States.
Under Soviet dictator Josef Stalin, people who fraternized with foreigners or criticized the Kremlin were "enemies of the people" and sent to the gulag. Now there's new legislation backed by Vladimir Putin's government that human ri