Child abuse charges will be brought against pop star Michael Jackson this week, US officials have said. After surrendering to the police on November 20, 45-year-old Jacko was let out on a USD 3 M bail.
Former US secretary of state James Baker started from Paris a European tour, meant to get agreement on reduction of Iraq's foreign debt. Baker will visit also the states that opposed the war in Iraq.
US troops shot dead at least four Iraqis who were among protestors against the capture of Saddam Hussein in two towns west of Baghdad. The shootings took place on Monday night following the demonstrators' putting up Hussein's posters in the towns of Ramad
North Korea rejected a US proposal to end a nuclear dispute and warned that Washington's "delaying tactics" would only prompt the communist government to step up development of atomic weapons. The North's main state-run newspaper, Rodong Sinmun, said the
Former US general Wesley Clark started giving evidence to the war crimes trial of Slobodan Milosevic at The Hague. Clark, was NATO's allied commander during the alliance's 1999 campaign against Yugoslavia which forced Milosevic's troops out of Kosovo.
Two nearly simultaneous car bombs killed at least eight people and wounded 17 other at Baghdad police stations.Stations to the west and north of the Iraqi capital came under attack Monday, a day after US forces announced they had found the ousted presiden
A car bomb that exploded at a small settlement near Iraqi capital Baghdad on Monday killed at least nine people, news agencies reported. A second blast took place near a police station in the capital, but reportedly injured no one.
At least 70 people have been reported killed over the weekend in separate incidents in Nepal. According to government officials and local media the worst fighting between government forces and Maoist rebels too place in Dailekh district where 35 rebels we
A car bomb killed 17 policemen and wounded 30 more at a police station in western Iraq, international agencies reported. It went off about 8:40 am (0540 GMT) at the station on the main road about 20 kilometres (12 miles) to the east of Ramadi, a military
Opera star Luciano Pavarotti married his ex-secretary Nicoletta Mantovani on Saturday at a ceremony in northern Italy, attended by Irish rocker Bono and Italian singer Zucchero. The Giorgio Armani dresses of the bride and her daughter were pink, just like
Fears that the situation in Iraq could worsen mounted as US soldiers gunned down an Iraqi man in fallen dictator Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit late Friday. He said he opened fire on them from a car just outside a US military base.
Israel Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom said on Friday after a meeting with the US Secretary of State Colin Powell that he and Powell agreed that negotiations between Israel and the Palestina should begin immediately without preconditions. Shalom added that
Canada's Jean Chretien stepped down on Friday after 10 years as the popular Canadian prime minister ever. Paul Martin, a former finance minister took the post and pledged to seek smoother ties with the US despite strains over Iraq.
One US soldier was killed and 14 were injured in a suicide attack in Iraq on Friday after three bombers blew themselves up at the gates of a US Army base. It is the third attack of this kind from the beginning of the week.
German court surprisingly decided to free a key suspect for the September 11 terrorist attacks in the US - 30-year-old Moroccan Abdelghani Mzoudi. The reason for the dramatic legal twist was said to be that there was "a strong possibility for the man to p
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