South Africa has joined international calls for Zimbabwe\'s electoral commission to release the results of last month\'s presidential election.
Brazil\'s President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has rejected allegations that biofuels are responsible for the recent rise in global food prices.
More than 50 Zimbabwean opposition supporters have been arrested after staging a strike yesterday.
At least 44 people were killed this morning after a bus ran off the road and plunged into a canal in New Delhi, India.
Zimbabwean opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai said he would not contest a run off election if certain conditions were not met.
Many Zimbabwean shops and businesses are reportedly open for business despite opposition calls for a general strike to press for election results to be published.
United States President, George W. Bush said Haiti is among the countries to first benefit from a US$200 million emergency aid programme to help to alleviate the global food crisis.
The European Union (EU) said it is studying further measures to help poor countries deal with rising food prices.
Forces in Iraq have reportedly freed a British journalist.
The Zimbabwean High Court is today expected to decide whether President Robert Mugabe must publish the outcome of the presidential election held more than two weeks ago.
The two Democratic rivals for their party\'s presidential nomination have both affirmed their support for abortion rights.
The former Communist Party chief in Shanghai, China, has been sentenced to 18 years in jail.
Survivors and the families of those killed in the Virginia Tech massacre a year ago have agreed an US$11 million deal with the state.
China said it has uncovered a criminal ring planning to kidnap athletes and others at the Beijing Olympic Games.
People in Nepal have begun voting in nationwide elections that will decide the future direction of the country.
A former Director of the New York Mercantile Exchange, Nymex, is now facing imprisonment after he admitted to fraud linked to commodities trading
Zambia has called for an emergency meeting of the Southern African Development Community on the Zimbabwe presidential poll delay.
Zimbabwe have been forced out of the CLICO Under-15 International Cricket Championship, after the players were denied British visas to travel to the Caribbean via London.
Baghdad has imposed a one-day vehicle curfew as a security measure for the fifth anniversary of the city\'s capture by American forces.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) has ruled that the European Union (EU) is still breaking international trade rules with its banana import regime.
Nine people convicted for their involvement in suicide bombings in Casablanca have escaped from a prison in Morocco.
A Zimbabwean High Court judge has agreed to hear a petition by the opposition Movement for Democratic Change demanding the immediate release of the recent election results.
Health officials in Spain are reporting that the Mad Cow disease has killed two persons in the Castilla Leon region of North Madrid since December.
France said it has made contact with Somali pirates who seized a luxury French yacht and its crew of about 30.
The first case of human-to-human transmission of avian influenza or bird flu has been confirmed in Pakistan.