France is on the verge of a transport workers' strike on Tuesday over proposed changes to pensions.
Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has ordered a USD 319 M Airbus SAS A380 superjumbo, becoming the first private customer for the world's biggest aircraft, Bloomberg reported Monday.
A thick plume of black smoke covered the sky over London Monday as blaze broke out in what was believed to be a bus garage in the east of the city, CNN reported.
Pakistan's president Pervez Musharraf called on the country's electoral commission to schedule parliamentary polls as soon as possible, preferably by early-January, but gave no sign he planned to suspend martial law. In his first press conference since i
A Russian oil tanker has split in half during a storm in the Kerch strait between the Azov and Black seas, dumping an estimated 1,000 to 1,200 tonnes of fuel oil, Russian media reported on Sunday. The weather conditions remain harsh, which is hampering t
In a stunning end to a sensational whodunit, Linda Stein's assistant confessed she bashed in the Realtor's head with a yoga stick after she blew pot smoke in her face and made a racial crack, the New York Daily News reported, citing the police. Natavia L
Six NATO-led soldiers and three Afghan troops were killed in heavy fighting in eastern Afghanistan, NATO's International Security Assistance Force announced. Another eight ISAF soldiers and 11 Afghan troops were wounded in the battle on Friday which erup
Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto has been served with a temporary detention notice, BBC reported. The move came as she tried to leave her Islamabad home, which has been blocked off by police to stop her joining a planned rally in nearby Rawalpi
An 18-year-old, who shot eight people inside his high school in southern Finland, before turning the gun on himself, has died, CNN reported, citing the police. The shooting appeared to have been planned out in graphic videos posted on Internet file-shari
Eight people were killed and another ten injured when a gunman opened fire at a school near Helsinki, in the first such shooting in Finland since 1989, Bloomberg reported late on Wednesday. The dead included five boys, two girls and the school principal,
A video posted on YouTube has been linked to the massacre at a Finnish school, in which seven have been reported killed.
A gunman who killed at least seven people at a school in Finland has been caught, CNN reported, citing Finnish media sources. The headmistress of the school in Tuusula, near Helsinki, was first reported to have died in the attack, according to a reporter
At least three people were shot, one of whom died, at a school in southern Finland on Wednesday, media reports said. The Ilta-Sanomat newspaper initially reported three people were killed, but later said only one of the victims had died.
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah met Tuesday Pope Benedict XVI at the Vatican, which was the first ever audience by the head of the Roman Catholic Church with a Saudi monarch, BBC reported.
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