Sun Apr 23, 2017 | 12:03
Italy ups prison terms for ex-CIA men
An Italian court has extended the prison terms of 23 CIA agents convicted in absentia of kidnapping an Egyptian imam in a move seen as a blow to the American rendition program.
US judge tosses assassination lawsuit
Gitmo inmate sentenced to 20 years
9/11 mastermind to remain in detention
Bush grilled for defending torture
CIA immune to trial over torture tapes
More heavy snowfall cripples Germany
Recent overnight snowfall in Germany has led to many transportation cancelations and inconveniences, leaving parts of the country covered in frost.
Police arrest hundreds in Moscow
More than 1,000 youths have been arrested in Moscow in a security sweep aimed at preventing another ethnic riot in the Russian capital.
Kosovo PM linked to organ trade
A European rights group has accused former Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) leaders of serious human rights abuses including organ and drug trafficking.
All hostages freed in French nursery
The five remaining children and their teacher, held hostage at a pre-school in eastern France, have been released unharmed.
Tue, 07 Dec 2010 11:36:34 GMT
'Middle East crises in UK's interest'
Continuation of tensions and wars within the Middle East is in the interest of the British Empire as London tries to solve its financial problems by maintaining the crises in the region, an analyst says.
Sun, 17 Jun 2007 10:19:27 GMT
French cast last decisive ballots
The French have voted in final round of legislative elections expected to give their new President a big majority for his reform plans.
Fri, 17 Dec 2010 03:07:50 GMT
EU sets up permanent debt crisis fund
As Europe's economy tumbles, European Union leaders agree to set up a permanent mechanism in 2013 to bailout any debt-ridden members of the 16-member euro zone.
Wed, 15 Dec 2010 05:05:13 GMT
WikiLeaks founder to stay in jail
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been forced to stay in a British jail after Swedish prosecutors decided to lodge an appeal against a London court ruling to grant him a bail.
Tue, 14 Dec 2010 07:44:27 GMT
Medvedev pledges to punish rioters
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has pledged that he will identify and punish those responsible for the weekend's violent protest that erupted near Moscow's Red Square.
New Zealand tornado kills one
Gaddafi troops step up attacks in Libya
Pre-crime arrests challenge UK police
UK union warns govt. over spending cuts
Ketamine addiction rising among teens
'Al-Qaeda will recover and strike back'
London Tube threatens fresh strike
Britain ranks 23rd for child wellbeing
British taxation system to take toll
Palestinians sign unity agreement
'Israel to set up oil, gas data center'
HRW demands release of Saudi activist
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Israeli forces, tanks cross into Gaza
Saudi diplomat assassinated in Karachi
Israel kills protesters on Nakba Day
Blackwater forms spy group in US
Rabbi calls for total end of Israel
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Israel fires warning shots at aid ship
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'Bin Laden dead long before US raid'
'Bin Laden was killed years ago'
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Israeli car ad boasts run over of kids
US risks war with China and Russia
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Obama declares Osama bin Laden dead
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