China, a democratic leader among the countries of the world, shall march into a glorious future shoulder-to-shoulder with the West.
Hong Kong television showed seething crowds of migrant workers from the southwestern province of Sichuan running through the streets of Zengcheng, smashing windows, setting fire to government buildings and overturning police vehicles.
While the IMF stalls on its rescue package for Greece, many in the market are beginning to question whether the country would not in fact be better off out of the euro altogether.
Early this morning, it was revealed to the International Criminal Court (ICC) had issued an arrest warrant for Moammar Gadhafi as well as one for his son and another top official, accusing them of “crimes against humanity”...
Chief prosecutor at the International Criminal Court urges Muammar Gaddafi's own aides to arrest the Libyan leader.
Israeli diplomats are once again pushing vigorously today following the news that the Palestinian Liberation Organization, frustrated by the lack of peace talks, will go to the United Nations in September seeking recognition as a member state.
Security cabinet "rethinking" threat to punish journalists covering upcoming bid to break the blockade of Gaza.
Libyan leader, his son Saif al-Islam and his spy chief Abdullah Senussi indicted for crimes against humanity.
The Venezuelan government rejected reports that President Hugo Chavez is in critical condition following emergency surgery in Cuba, insisting the firebrand leftist leader was "recovering well." Chavez's government said he had an operation for a pe
An English climber on Sunday found the bodies of six mountaineers in the French Alps who appeared to have died after a fall caused by an avalanche of snow and stones, officials said.
From Wikipedia – Burma, now called Myanmar, has been a stratocracy under various guises since 1962, and in the process has become one of the least developed nations in the world. The military junta finally dissolved in 2011 following general electionRead Letter
The past few days have seen the simultaneous publication of the first vetted medical-journal pieces on the vast European outbreak of E. coli O104. They’re fascinating for what they report that is new about this perplexing epidemic
A convoy of three military trucks loaded with Mexican soldiers crosses the border at Bridge Number Two clearly violating international law.
Reports of 15 deaths in protests across country, including six said to have been shot as they left a mosque in Damascus.
Washington pledges new hardware for Philippine navy as Manila vows to "stand up to aggression" in South China Sea.
Recently uncovered evidence suggests that William Shakespeare used marijuana, and now a team of paleontologists want to dig him up to prove it.
A plant disease devastated Afghan opium production last year but Myanmar is seeing a worrying drug boom, the UN anti-narcotics agency warned Thursday.
First the good news: U.S. President Barack Obama is more than twice as popular in Egypt as Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadenijad.
Syrian foreign minister says European Union wants to "plant strife", and calls for easing of tensions with Turkey.
The war in Libya has been extremely controversial for a number of NATO member nations, and US officials have taken to task a number of nations, including Germany and Poland, which outright refused to participate.
The former self-appointed spokesman for the collective of hacktivists known as "Anonymous" revealed Tuesday what he called a massive U.S spying program against the Arab world.
The chicken hawk neoconservatives that make up the Project For A New American Century cabal have written on open letter to House Republicans warning them not to reduce or cut funding for U.S. involvement in the military aggression against Libya
It is no small irony that the ill fated Greek government is facing a vote of [no] confidence today, potentially representing a renewal itself. The vote is essentially a referendum on Prime Minister George Panandreou’s....
Pilot error suspected as Tupolev passenger jet misses runway in northwestern Karelia region, killing at least 44 people.
President announces general amnesty for crimes committed up until June 20, as his supporters rally in major cities.
Forty people died late Monday when a Russian plane crashed onto a highway near Petrozavodsk airport in Karelia, northwest Russia, the emergency situations ministry said as quoted by Russian news agencies.
A Japanese supercomputer is now the world’s fastest, unseating the previous record-holder by nearly a factor of four. The K Computercan perform 8 petaflops — that’s 8 quadrillion calculations per second.
How the IMF might save Afghanistan from its leaders ... The International Monetary Fund used to be hated, blamed for the privatisation programmes it imposed across the world in exchange for loans.
Rallies held across the country as activists say reforms pledged by Bashar al-Assad are not enough.
Tens of thousands of protesters flooded the streets of Madrid Sunday blaming bankers and politicians for causing a financial crisis that forced the country to adopt painful spending cuts.