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Rhino Poaching in South Africa Worst Ever
In 2009, 122 rhinos were illegally killed, and in the first week of 2011, already five rhinos have ...
January 13, 2011
German Economy Increases by 3.6 Percent in 2010
Last year's rebound marks the strongest growth of the country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) since German reunification in ...
January 12, 2011
Saudi Woman Jailed for Severe Abuse of Indonesian Maid
A Saudi woman was sentenced to three years in prison by the Summary Court in Medina on Sunday ...
January 11, 2011
Dozens of African Migrants Drowned Off Yemen Coast
About 80 African migrants are feared to have drowned off the south Yemeni coast after their two boats ...
January 4, 2011
Bomb Damages Athens Courthouse (Video)
A bomb blast damaged a court house in Athens Thursday morning, but no injuries were reported, according to ...
December 31, 2010
Woman in Spain Faked Own Kidnapping to Test Husband
Spanish woman has been arrested for faking her own kidnapping.
December 27, 2010
Students in Venezuela Protest Against University Law
Thousands of students protested in Venezuela's Caracas against a law that strengthens the power the government has over ...
December 24, 2010
Snow in North Europe Disrupts Travel
France, Germany, and the U.K. were counted among the severest affected areas.
December 20, 2010
Drug War Death Toll in Mexico’s Ciudad Juarez Hits 3,000
The Mexican drug violence continues as the death toll rises to 3,000 this year.
December 17, 2010
HIV Treatment: Stem Cell Transplant Cures Man of AIDS
A man with AIDS went through a Stem Cell transplant treatment and now appears to have been cured ...
December 16, 2010
Global Human Trafficking Fight Lauded by UN Chief
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon praised global initiatives to counter human trafficking.
December 14, 2010
Sudan Army Attacks Rebels
Sudan's armed forces carried out two ground attacks on rebels in 24 hours last week in a village ...
December 12, 2010
Death Toll in Colombia Landslide Rises to 47
The confirmed death toll from Sunday's mudslide in the Colombian town of Bello reached 47, with some 80 ...
December 8, 2010
Israel Fire: 14-Year-Old Admits Starting Forest Fire
Israel fire: During his interrogation, a 14-year-old boy confessed he started the fire while smoking a Hookah pipe.
December 6, 2010
Shark Kills Again in Egypt
Egyptian authorities had closed the waters of Sharm el-Sheikh after the attacks of last week.
December 5, 2010
Israel Fire Kills 40 Prison Guards
The guards were on their way to the Damon Prison to help evacuate some 500 inmates.
December 2, 2010
Napoleon’s Soldiers Laid to Rest in Lithuania
Skeletal remains of 18 of Napoleon Bonaparte's defeated warriors who died during his unsuccessful invasion of Russia 200 ...
November 30, 2010
New Zealand Coal Mine Hit By Fourth Explosion
To kill the fire, the mine might have to be provisionally closed to cut off oxygen supplies.
November 29, 2010
Three Teens Alive After 50 Days Lost in the Pacific
Three teenagers who were missing for 50 days adrift in the South Pacific and already been given up ...
November 25, 2010
Jane Goodall Focuses on Children to Save the Planet
Jane Goodall visited the European Parliament in Brussels this week to speak with children of 37 nationalities.
November 24, 2010
Suspected Bomb Delays Air Berlin Flight From Namibia
An Air Berlin flight from Namibia was delayed because of a suspicious suitcase.
November 19, 2010
Rice Harvest in Burma Hit By Cyclone
Cyclone Giri that hit Burma's western coast on Oct. 22, destroyed nearly half the rice fields in Rakhine ...
November 17, 2010
Armenians Plead Guilty in Georgia to Uranium Smuggling
Two Armenians have pleaded guilty to smuggling nuclear bomb-grade uranium from their country into Georgia.
November 9, 2010
Large Sinkhole in Germany
A large sinkhole measuring approximately 130 feet wide and 65 feet deep caved in overnight in the middle ...
November 2, 2010
Mozart’s Opera Live in German Prisons
German inmates serving long prison sentences indulged themselves together with local students in staging a Mozart opera inside ...
October 21, 2010
Hungary Threatened With Second Toxic Flood
The wall of a Hungarian reservoir that burst last week releasing a flood of toxic sludge is verging ...
October 11, 2010
Police in Pirate Raids Across Europe
European police targeted 48 sites in a series of raids across Europe, BBC reported.
September 9, 2010
Minneapolis Commission Takes up Proposal to Disband Police
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Trump Suggests Executive Order on Suspending Payroll Tax
Lebanon Assesses Aftermath of Huge Beirut Explosion
Lawmakers Demand 6 Universities, Including Harvard, Yale, UPenn, Disclose Their Foreign Funding
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Journalist Warns Congress Antifa Plans to Spread Violence Across America
Tick-Borne Virus Kills 7, Infects Dozens in Eastern China
American Businesses Cut Back on Hiring in July: ADP Jobs Report
Republicans, Democrats Look to Make Deal on Stimulus Legislation by End of Week
Biden Not Traveling to Milwaukee to Accept Democratic Nomination
Australian Politician’s Staffer Investigated for Advancing China’s Interests