The skipper of a Virgin Atlantic flight was arrested on Saturday morning and was hauled off his plane in handcuffs for being drunk, the UK newspaper the Sun reported.
All 15 British naval personnel, held by Iran, have confessed to illegally entering Iranian waters when they were seized, Iran state TV channel Al Alam claimed Monday.
A powerful underwater earthquake and a tsunami struck Monday the tiny Solomon Islands, killing at least 12 people and leaving many more missing, international media reported.
The Intergovernmental Panel is to discuss Monday the changes in the world's climate in Brussels. It is expected that the specialists will complete and present the second part of its fourth report on the topic.
A bomb Bursted in the Amsterdam's Courts of Justice in the small hours of Monday, causing serious damages. The accident occurred just hours before the start of a trial against a criminal boss, accused of murders and extortion.
About 200 protesters threw rocks and firecrackers at the British Embassy in Tehran on Sunday, calling for the expulsion of the British ambassador because of the recent row between the two countries, the Associated Press reported. Iranian police prevented
Romanian Prime Minister Calin Popescu Tariceanu said on Sunday he would ask the country's legislature to endorse a new minority cabinet next week. The political crisis in the country, stemming from the conflict between Liberal party leader Tariceanu and
A virulent stomach bug has been linked to the death of 17 patients in a Norfolk hospital in the United Kingdom, with 16 more being treated, Sky News reported. The patients, most of them over 65, were hit by a new strain of the Clostridium Difficile, comm
Russian intelligence has received information that the US armed forces have nearly completed preparations for a possible military operation against Iran, due in early April. This was reported by Ria Novosti news agency, citing a security official.
The fifteen British sailors, held by Iran, could be tried for violating international law, Iran's ambassador to Russia said, as cited by Iran's state news agency IRNA. Gholam-Reza Ansari told Russian television Vesti-24 on Friday that Iran had launched a
EU foreign ministers, meeting in Germany, called on Iran to release the 15 British sailors and marines it is holding in its custody "immediately". They also warned of "appropriate measures" if Tehran did not comply, but declined to elaborate on what these
For the first time, researchers have created a robotic machine that can take a beating and keep on trucking. Developed by scientists from Cornell University and the University of Vermont, the new robot looks like a spider with four legs.
Iran's official Arabic-language TV channel Al-Alam broadcast footage, which showed one of the 15 detained British sailors, confessing they strayed into Iranian territorial waters. The serviceman, identified as Nighton Thomas Summers, said he was aware th
The UN Security Council has called on Tehran to allow UK consular access to the fifteen British sailors, who were captured on Friday for straying into Iranian territorial waters.
A Japanese court passed a death sentence to a 38-year-old Osaka's citizen, who gathered people for committing mass suicides and after that killed all the runners. The murderer even signed on contracts with the victims on Internet, by which they agreed to
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