|Post-election death toll reaches 800
NAIVASHA, Kenya (AP): Hundreds of people from rival tribes confronted one another on a main road of Kenya's flower capital yesterday, hefting machetes, clubs and rocks and retreating only when a handful of police between them fired live bullets into the air...
Ted Kennedy endorses Obama
WASHINGTON (AP): Barack Obama yesterday won a coveted endorsement by Sen Edward M.Kennedy, marking the White House hopeful's latest boost from the Democratic political dynasty as he rallies to quash Hillary Rodham Clinton's push to be the first female US president.
Thousands mourn dead Mormon leader
SALT LAKE CITY (AP): Thousands of believers were in mourning yesterday following the death of Gordon B. Hinckley, the head of the Mormon church who added millions of new members and laboured long to burnish the faith's image as a world religion.
Chávez urges 'anti-imperialist' military alliance
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP): President Hugo Chavez on Sunday urged Venezuela's allies to form an ''anti-imperialist'' military alliance to defend Latin America from possible attacks by the United States. Warning that Washington poses a threat to regional security...