Two teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after they tried to run down two armed police officers in south London.
EU leaders have agreed to end talks on an ambitious plan to fight climate change by the end of 2008.
The Supreme Court in Brazil authorised the extradition of one of Colombia’s most powerful drug cartel leaders to the United States.
A Chaldean Catholic archbishop who was kidnapped in Iraq last month has been found dead.
The prostitute at the centre of New York Governor, Eliot Spitzer\'s sex scandal has been named.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the United States has tightened air quality standards to help improve public health.
Barack Obama has beaten rival Hillary Clinton to win the Democratic primary election in the state of Mississippi.
Barack Obama has dismissed the idea of becoming Hillary Clinton\'s running mate in the US presidential election.
A man has been sentenced to jail for a month for allegedly breaching the Zimbabwe\'s electoral laws, when he destroyed a poster.
At least 18 people have been killed and 47 injured after a passenger train crashed into a bus in the town of Dolores in eastern Argentina.
Zimbabwe\'s President Robert Mugabe has approved legislation giving local owners the right to take a majority share of foreign companies.
Zimbabwe has banned observers from Western countries from monitoring its elections scheduled for later this month.
The Surinamese army said measures are being implemented to prevent a possible flood of illegal Brazilian gold miners from neighbouring French Guiana.
Nicaragua President, Daniel Ortega said he is breaking off diplomatic relations with Columbia.
An explosive device caused minor damage to a military recruitment centre in New York City\'s Times Square.
The state opening of Kenya\'s parliament is due to take place in Nairobi today.
Ecuador urged the Organisation of American States (OAS) to condemn Colombia for violating its territory.
Senator Hillary Clinton last night claimed victory in Ohio and Rhode Island primaries.
The races for both the Democratic and Republican US presidential nominations could be settled today as four states vote in a major round of primary elections.
The Pakistani government has released a man who had spent 35 years in prison on death row.
The police in Kenya said at least 12 persons were killed in land clashes in the west of the country last weekend.
Four French police officers have been injured after gunmen reportedly opened fire on them in the southern Paris suburb on Grigny yesterday.
An election court will convene today as a defeated candidate of the Barbados Labour Party (BLP) seeks a recount of the ballots cast in the constituency he contested in the January 15 general election.
Israeli forces have kept up attacks on the Gaza Strip, where they have killed at least 32 Palestinians, militants and civilians, since Wednesday morning.
The police in Sweden and Norway have each arrested three persons for terrorist related activities.