The face of Egypt's most famous ancient ruler, King Tutankhamun, has been put on public display for the first time, BBC reported.
American distance runner Ryan Shay, a former national champion and contender to represent the United States in Beijing next year, died on Saturday after collapsing during the Olympic marathon qualifying trials in Central Park, CNN reported.
Astronauts mounted a difficult and dangerous emergency spacewalk today to repair a damaged solar panel jeopardizing the International Space Station.
Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf declared a state of emergencyon Saturday after he faced increasing violence and unrest in the country, CNN reported. The nation's constitution has been suspended, government sources said, and martial law has been decl
CBS's 60 Minutes has identified the man whose fabricated story of Iraqi biological weapons drove the US argument for invading Iraq. It has also obtained video of "Curve Ball," as he was known in intelligence circles.
Tropical Storm Noel, already the deadliest storm in the Atlantic this year, has strengthened to a Category 1 hurricane, the lowest grade on the Saffir-Simpson scale, the US National Hurricane Center said in an advisory on its website. "Maximum sustained
Tropical Storm Noel claimed 81 lives in the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Jamaica, heading for the Bahamas, Bloomberg reported. The death toll could still rise, with Dominican authorities saying dozens of people were missing and more than 25,000 have bee
A young boy has confessed to starting the devastating wildfire in California by playing with matches, BBC reported, citing US officials.
Eight people have been killed and twenty njured when an explosion tore through a bus in the Samara region of southern Russia, Russian news agencies reported. The blast occurred on a public transport bus at a junction in the small town of Tolyatti, RIA-No
Prosecutors in Chad have brought attempted kidnapping charges against six employees of a French aid group and three French journalists over a thwarted flight that was to take 103 supposed Darfuri orphans to Europe, media reports said Tuesday.
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has found a new use for his presidential pen, composing an album of 10 heartfelt songs for release across the nation this week. My Longing for You, a 50-minute album released on compact disc, features pop son
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has said he will have surgery for prostate cancer, but he added it had been caught early and he would remain in office, BBC reported. Olmert, 62, has led Israel since 2006 when Ariel Sharon had a massive stroke that has
A Moscow court on Monday sentenced a man convicted of 48 murders to life imprisonment, ending one of Russia's worst serial killer cases.
First Lady Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner declared victory Sunday night as election returns showed her leading all rivals in her bid to succeed her husband and become the country's first female president. Fernandez, 54, a longtime federal senator and wif
Doctor Arthur Kornberg, winner of the 1959 Nobel Prize for a groundbreaking discovery about DNA and considered one of the pioneers in the field of human genetics, has died Friday at the age of 89. Kornberg, who became chairman of Stanford University's bi
A 5-strong earthquake rattled Saturday the southwestern part of Greece, affecting areas ravaged by deadly August forest fires, Darik Radio reported. There were no immediate reports of casualties or serious damage.
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