Fourteen Afghan policemen and a civilian were killed Thursday after the explosion of mines crafted in two incidents in northern and southern Afghanistan.
Official Photographer of Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili and three reporters were arrested Thursday in Tbilisi, on charges of espionage, Georgian Interior Ministry said.
A security firm agreed to pay a fine in exchange for giving the charges against employees who have used prostitutes while they were charged to protect the U.S. embassy in Kabul, the U.S. Justice Department announced.
French journalist and writer Tristan Banon, who says he was sexually assaulted in 2002 by Dominique Strauss-Kahn, filed Tuesday for attempted rape complaint against former IMF director, says his lawyer, David Koubbi.
A branch of Chinese illegal immigrants allowed to enter the EU illegally was deconstructed in France, Portugal, Romania and the United Kingdom, announced Tuesday Eurojust and Europol.
A leading Somali Islamist insurgent Shebab was indicted Tuesday for terrorism in New York, after being questioned for two months on a U.S. warship, becoming the first known case of secret detention under the Obama administration.
Russia published a list of individuals and companies involved in money laundering and terrorist financing
Russian government newspaper Gazeta published Wednesday Rosiiskaia a list of individuals and companies involved in money laundering and terrorist financing, according to RIA Novosti, the website.
A landslide caused by torrential rains has killed 18 people and injured two others in northern China, local authorities announced Wednesday. The landslide affected Lueyang city in Shaanxi province, which destroyed 12 houses, according to a Government district.
Two Afghan MPs have had a violent argument on Tuesday, following a discussion about missile attacks in Pakistan, CNN reports. Nazif Zaki, a former army general, threw a shoe in his colleague Hamid Ahmadzai, according to video footage from Parliament.
About 200 illegal immigrants died Tuesday drowned after a fire broke out on board the ship and were sailing under the Cuban flag from Sudan to Saudi Arabia, said police spokesman.
A cargo plane crashed Wednesday in a mountainous area in eastern Afghanistan, Afghan Ministry of Transport announced and NATO international force in this country, ISAF and may not provide an assessment of the victims.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu begins Wednesday rare visit to Romania and Bulgaria, the first a chief of the Israeli government in the last 20 years, commented Jerusalem Post, in the electronic edition.