A winter storm battered U.S.
A winter storm battered U.S.
Speaking ahead of a donors' conference next week, Japan's special envoy for Afghanistan on Saturday urged the global community to commit to the long haul to rebuild the country, shattered by war and disaster. Donors are set to pledge billions of dollars t
A federal judge Friday denied a request to televise the trial of Zacarias Moussaoui, the first person charged in the September 11 terrorist attacks.
President George W. Bush on Friday spoke by telephone to Argentine President Eduardo Duhalde and assured him that the United States will help Argentina when his government commits to a sound, sustainable economic recovery plan.
Refugees are continuing to flee a devastating volcanic eruption in central Africa amid fears of a major humanitarian crisis in the region. Hundreds of thousands of people left their homes after the Nyiragongo volcano erupted on Thursday, with smoking lava
Pakistani President Gen. Pervez Musharraf said Friday he thinks Osama bin Laden has not been able to get treatment for his kidney disease and is most likely dead.
Israeli soldiers blew up the building housing the headquarters of the Voice of Palestine radio service and some Palestinian television studio facilities early Saturday, eyewitnesses told CNN. It was the latest action by Israel to step up pressure on the P
Bosnian authorities have handed over to U.S.
US Secretary of State Colin Powell has said he is encouraged that a solution can be found in the military standoff between India and Pakistan centred on Kashmir. Mr Powell, who has ended a visit to India as part of a peace-making tour of South Asia
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has said Baghdad is ready for another full-scale attack by America but would defeat any new military campaign.
French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin has suffered a setback after the country's highest court ruled that a bill to give the island of Corsica limited self-government was unconstitutional. The Constitutional Council threw out legislation to give the trouble
Bankrupt energy giant Enron has fired the accountancy firm Andersen as the company's auditors with immediately effect. Andersen has been widely criticised for its handling of the Enron account, especially after the revelation that it destroyed documents r
Hundreds of thousands of people are said to be fleeing in panic after lava from volcanic eruptions engulfed the town of Goma in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Eyewitnesses said huge areas of Goma were ablaze after a massive lava flow from t
Israeli aircraft have attacked a Palestinian security headquarters in the West Bank town of Tulkarm, just hours after six Israelis were killed and more than 20 injured in an attack in northern Israel. Palestinian sources said one policeman was killed and
A senior Palestinian militant has died in a shootout with Israeli troops, Palestinian and Israeli sources said. The man, identified by Palestinian medical sources as Khamis Ahmed Ali Abdullah, was said to be a senior member of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades
A suspended student who opened fire Wednesday at a law school in southwestern Virginia, leaving three people dead and three others wounded, was described as "a time bomb" by a local doctor who recently treated him for stress. One of those killed was the d
The German economy turned in its worst performance in almost a decade in 2001, as the global slowdown hurt exports and hampered investment. The Federal Statistics Office said on Thursday that Germany's gross domestic product grew by just 0.
Richard Reid, whom Attorney General John Ashcroft referred to as "an al Qaeda-trained terrorist," was indicted Wednesday on charges related to his alleged attempt to set off a bomb in his shoe aboard an airliner. Reid was initially charged with interferin
Wednesday marked the 10th anniversary of the signing of the peace accords that ended El Salvador's 12-year civil war between a right-wing dictatorship and guerrillas of the leftist Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front. A recently released poll reveal
Bulgaria and Jordan Will Deepen their Cooperation in Tourism
Bulgaria Is the 77th Corrupt Country in the World