The UN tribunal in The Hague has jailed a former Bosnian Serb general for 33 years for attacks on civilians during the siege of Sarajevo, BBC reported.
In an exclusive interview with ABC News, US President George Bush revealed more details than ever concerning his past alcohol addiction.
Six teens were shot in a working class neighbourhood of Las Vegas late on Tuesday, with two of them in critical condition, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported. The cause of the shooting appears to be a fight over a girl several hours earlier, which led
Foreign visitors are required to give ten fingerprints instead of two at the Washington Dulles International Airport as the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is trying to enhance security and fingerprint matching accuracy, CNN reported. The progra
Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi has signed ten billion euros of trade bills with France during his unprecedented visit to Paris that started Monday. Libya plans to purchase 21 Airbus planes and 14 Rafale fighter jets, as well as nuclear reactors, French of
Russia's outgoing president Vladimir Putin has backed one of his closest allies, first deputy PM Dmitry Medvedev, to succeed him at next year's presidential polls. "As far as Medvedev's nomination is concerned, I have known him very closely for more than
Foreign ministers from the EU are meeting in Brussels to discuss the Kosovo issue after the United Nations' deadline for an agreement on the province's final status expired on Monday. The so-called "troika" of international negotiators - the US, Russia a
The authorities on Friday released photographs taken from a store surveillance video and notes written by a gunman as they continued to piece together what led the man to kill eight people and himself in a mall rampage this week, the New York Times report
Oil from a damaged tanker has reached South Korea's west coast, not far from a nature reserve, BBC reported, citing coast guards. Emergency workers in Taean region are battling to contain the slick, now up to 20km (12 miles) long, from harming wildlife a
The police found late Wednesday the bodies of five children aged between 3 and 9 in a house in northern Germany and said their mother is the prime suspect.
A gunman has opened fire in a shopping centre in the US state of Nebraska, killing eight people before turning the weapon to himself, BBC reported on Thursday.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Wednesday called a US intelligence report that downgraded his country as a nuclear threat "a declaration of victory" for the Iranian nuclear program, CNN reported.
At least 13 people were killed early Wednesday by a suicide car bomb attack in the Afghan capital, Kabul. In the morning rush hour the car bomb hit a bus carrying Afghan soldiers killing six of them, as well as seven civilians, BBC reported.
Hollywood star Brad Pitt plans to help at least 150 families, whose homes have been devastated after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005, expanding on a promise he made nearly two months ago, CNN reported. "To build those houses, we need the help o
With nearly 98% of ballots counted, outgoing Russian president Vladimir Putin's party won the parliamentary polls in the country, BBC reported.
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