Russian President Vladimir Putin is in Iran for a historic visit, the first visit by a Kremlin leader since Stalin joined a summit there in World War II, BBC reported.
Cuban President Fidel Castro has spoken live on his Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chavez's weekly TV show, BBC reported late on Sunday. It was the first time Castro spoke live since handing over power last year as he underwent a serious operation.
A landslide triggered by local residents digging for rumored deposits of gold killed at least 21 people and injured 26 more Saturday at an abandoned mine in southern Colombia, authorities said. Cauca provincial Gov.
A former commander of coalition forces in Iraq issued a harsh assessment of US management of the war, saying that American political leaders cost American lives on the battlefield with their "lust for power," CNN reported.
The Soyuz TMA-11 capsule, carrying incoming space station commander Peggy Whitson, Russian flight engineer Yuri Malenchenko and Malaysia's first astronaut, docked with the international space station Friday to close out a two-day orbital chase.
A ferry with 143 passengers onboard and a fishing vessel have crashed off the Chalkidiki peninsula in Greece on Friday morning. There are no reports on any casualties or serious damages of the two vessels.
Former US vice-president Al Gore can add a Nobel Prize to the Oscar and Emmy he has won earlier for his "An Inconvenient Truth" documentary, which looks at the effects of global warming. Gore and the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Chan
Turkey has recalled its ambassador to the United States in angry response to the congressional committee vote that recognised as genocide the 1915-17 mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks, CNN reported.
US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice arrived in Moscow for talks on Washington's plans to deploy a missile defence system in Europe, which have heightened tensions with Russia, who sees it as a threat to its own security. The US plans to place radars i
British writer Doris Lessing has been awarded Thursday this year's Nobel Prize for Literature, BBC reported.
Turkish President Abdullah Gul has warned the US of "serious problems" for the relations between the two countries after a congressional committee recognised as genocide the 1915-17 mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks. The resolution is "unaccept
Former US President Jimmy Carter said in an interview for CNN his country tortures prisoners in violation of international law. Carter said the United States has abandoned the basic principles of human rights.
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