Pakistani security forces said they have captured 4 men who were linked to the recent attacks in Mumbai, India.
Thousands of protesters have attacked banks and shops in Athens and Greece\'s northern city of Thessaloniki, angered by the police\'s killing of a teenager.
Employers in the United States are said to have fired 533,000 people last month.
Former United States football star OJ Simpson has been jailed for 15 years for the kidnap and armed robbery of two sports memorabilia dealers at a Las Vegas hotel.
South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu said Zimbabwe\'s President Robert Mugabe must resign or be sent to The Hague for the gross violations he has committed.
The bodies of 13 people have been found on a dirt road in Mexico\'s Sinaloa state, which is home to one of the country\'s most violent drug cartels.
Oil prices have fallen to almost four-year lows after more bad economic data in the US, including unemployment benefit rises and big job cuts.
The prime minister of Canada, Stephen Harper, said he will use every legal means to block plans by the opposition to overthrow his minority government.
The estranged brother-in-law of actress Jennifer Hudson has been charged with killing three of her relatives.
Thai anti-government protesters have agreed to end their takeover of Bangkok\'s airports.
The International Organization for Migration is urging developed countries to keep their doors open to foreign workers, despite the global economic crisis.
A US official says India was warned about a possible threat at least a month before last week\'s Mumbai attacks.
A United States judge has dismissed most of the federal corruption charges against Puerto Rico\'s governor Anibal Acevedo Vila.
A blast has killed at least one Thai anti-government protester and wounded 22 others at Bangkok\'s Don Mueang airport.
At least 32 people have been killed in bomb attacks in the Iraqi capital Baghdad and the northern city of Mosul.
United States President-elect Barack Obama is due to announce the National Security team in his new administration later today.
Premier Ewart Brown says Bermudians should be offended and insulted by Britain\'s plan to investigate the island\'s financial operations.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has opened cross-party talks on setting up a federal agency of investigation after the Mumbai attacks.
The death toll from alleged terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India has risen to over 146 people.
Thailand\'s Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat, has fired the chief of the national police force.
The Conservative immigration spokesman in the United Kingdom, Damian Green, was arrested yesterday and his house and Commons office searched by police.
Officials in China have confirmed the arrest of one of the country’s richest men.
Indian soldiers are reportedly still trying to free people trapped by suspected Muslim militants who attacked at least 10 targets in India\'s financial capital of Mumbai, killing 125 people.
Indian security forces have been exchanging fire with gunmen holding dozens of hostages in two luxury hotels in the Indian city of Mumbai.
Gunmen have rampaged through a series of targets in the Indian city of Mumbai killing indiscriminately and taking hostages at two luxury hotels.