Abandoned passenger luggage caused bustle at the Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport Friday evening. Security officials had to blow bag up.
One US soldier and over 90 militants were killed and some 180 - wounded in air strikes and street-to-street combat during a major American offensive in the Iraqi town Samarra, 125 km North of Baghdad. The offensive began shortly after midnight with air st
A former Lebanese minister has been injured in a bomb blast that went off in the capital Beirut. The driver has been killed in the explosion, which took place on a side street of Beirut's seafront, near the American community school and the American Unive
Democratic presidential candidate Kerry has lashed George Bush in a TV debate on how to handle the war in Iraq and homeland security. The two rivals were taking part in the first one of three television-broadcasted debates in the race before November's vo
At least 35 people were killed and another 140 wounded in three apparently coordinated car bomb blasts near a US military convoy in southern Baghdad. Many of the casualties are children, officials and doctors said, cited by international news agencies.
The Arab TV channel Al-Jazeera showed footage Thursday of ten new hostages seized in Iraq by militants. The hostages - six Iraqis, two Lebanese and two Indonesian women - were kidnapped by The Islamic Army in Iraq, according to Al-Jazeera.
Libya said it deserved a permanent seat on the prestigious UN Security Council and proposed former US President Bill Clinton serve on a new panel to solve the world's conflicts and wars. Libyan Foreign Minister Mohammed Abdel-Rahman Shalgam, in a speech t
Australian voters face a stark choice on Iraq when they choose a new prime minister - to stay or to go. Prime Minister John Howard, whose conservative coalition is seeking a fourth three-year term on Oct.
US President Bush and Democratic rival John Kerry square off in a crucial debate on Thursday that will give voters their first chance to size up the two White House candidates side by side.The nationally televised 90-minute session on the campus of the Un
Typhoon Meari continued to lash Japan with heavy rain, leaving 12 people dead and another 12 missing, weather officials and police said. The season's 21st typhoon in the Pacific region, and the eighth to directly hit Japan, landed on Kyushu early on Wedne
Argentinean police continues questioning the detained teenager who shot four and wounded five in a school in southern Argentina on Tuesday. The 15-year-old student opened fire in a classroom minutes before the start of the classes.
Former US Democratic President Jimmy Carter said that he is concerned that it "seems likely" Florida is destined for many of the same voter irregularities that occurred in the 2000 election won by President George W. Bush because of "bias" by the top elec
Two British soldiers have been killed in an ambush on a British military convoy in the southern Iraqi city of Basra, Britain's defense ministry says. Two British armored Land Rovers and a logistics vehicle were traveling in a convoy in the southwest of th
An Iranian diplomat and an Egyptian telecom worker, who were held hostage for days in Iraq, have been released. Al Jazeera television said late on Monday an Egyptian and two Iraqis kidnapped a few days ago had been freed.
At least eight workers have been killed after a terminal under construction at Dubai International Airport collapsed Monday. "There has been an accident at one of the construction sites at the airport," said one official, who spoke on condition of anonymi
France should hold a referendum on whether to allow Turkey into the EU, according to French finance minister Nicolas Sarkozy. "A decision as important as the membership of Turkey in Europe could only be taken after there had been a referendum in France",
The two Italian women, who were kidnapped in Baghdad three weeks ago, are alive, claims Jordanian King Abdullah II. Talking to Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera King Abdullah II promised to do his best for the relase of the two women.
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