Pop diva Britney Spears has refused to sigh a prenuptial agreement, media reported. After she got engaged to dancer boyfriend Kevin Federline, parents have been pressing on her to sign the document.
A Swedish court of appeals has called off the sentence of the man who assassinated Foreign Minister Anna Lindh last year. Mihajlo Mihajlovic had been sentenced to lifetime imprisonment, after testing proved he was not mentally ill at the time he stabbed L
Seven Palestinians were shot dead and an Israeli officer was critically wounded during heavy clashes in this northern Gaza Strip town. The gunfight erupted when Israeli troops pushed into the town centre, backed by Apache helicopters.
Four Palestinians and an Israeli army officer were killed in a clash overnight in the city of Nablus. The deaths occurred in clashes after Israeli forces hunting Palestinian militants surrounded a building in Ein Beit Ilma refugee camp.
Judges at The Hague are expected to announce how they intend to proceed with the trial of former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic. On Monday, the case at the International War Crimes Tribunal was adjourned amid concerns over Milosevic's health.
The Queen Elizabeth II unveiled a fountain commemorating Princess Diana at an official opening ceremony in London. The event brought Diana's two families - the Windsors and the Spencers - together for the first time since the princess's funeral in 1997.
Members of Saddam Hussein's defence team will travel to Libya to meet Libyan members of the team, discuss the latest developments and prepare reports. The trip comes after a daughter of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi, Aisha, joined Saddam's defence committ
Almost three years after the September 11 attack on the World Trade Center, the cornerstone was laid on US Independence Day, of the 1,776-foot Freedom Tower that will repair the gash in the New York skyline. "Today we lay the cornerstone for a new symbol
Turkey is withdrawing its remaining peacekeepers from northern Iraq where they have been deployed since 1997 to prevent internecine fighting. Iraqi Kurds have sought the withdrawal of the Turkish troops since the US-led war to topple former president Sadd
At least 53 people were killed by a tropical storm Mindulle that swept over Taiwan and battered the Chinese coast. The storm pushed on toward South Korea but torrential rains at its fringes continued Sunday in many of Taiwan's mountainous areas and doused
Visitors will be able to again enter the Statue of Liberty on August 3, after being closed for nearly three years of safety and security improvements. Although visitors will not be able to climb to the crown on the statue's head, they will have access to
Iran said today it has prepared a complaint against former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein for his 1980 invasion of Iran and for using chemical weapons against Iranians during the neighbouring nations' eight-year war. Tehran will file the documents with the
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