Israeli Air Force carried out during the night from Wednesday to Thursday raids in Gaza, following shootings of rockets at Israeli territory, according to Palestinian and Israeli sources.
Housekeeper who accuses Strauss-Kahn schedule a press conference, but the prosecutor has canceled it
Maid who accused Dominique Strauss-Kahn of sexual assault and attempted rape was about to hold a press conference, but the event was canceled in Manhattan prosecutor investigating the case, Le Figaro newspaper, online edition.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn's attorney: No evidence of physical violence. Prosecutors have evidence of any assault
Dominique Strauss-Kahn's lawyer claims that American prosecutors accused him of sexual assault and attempted rape have no evidence of physical violence by the former director of the IMF, Le Figaro informs the electronic edition.
A child aged eight years in New York, disappeared earlier this week in the Brooklyn neighborhood, was found dead, having dismembered corpse, some States have been discovered in the fridge for a man who kidnapped and the rest thrown into a suitcase a dumpster.
A former deputy editor of News of The World, a close associate of Andy Coulson, was arrested Thursday morning in interceptions scandal in Britain, Sky News informs.
One hundred twelve bodies were recovered from the ship wreck Bulgaria, which sank Sunday in the Volga River and divers continued to search for 17 people missing, followed by the vessel to be recovered, Russian authorities announced Thursday.
The conflict in Afghanistan has killed 1,400 civilians in the first half of 2011. May, the bloodiest so far
The conflict in Afghanistan has killed over 1,400 civilians in the first six months of 2011, 15 percent more than the same period in 2010, says UN mission in Afghanistan.
China has exported missiles and missile components to Iran, Syria and Pakistan, repeatedly violating Control Regime Missile Technology Regime (MTCR), show U.S. documents cited by the Washington Times.
About 7,000 soldiers took part Thursday on the Champs-Elysees, the traditional National Day parade organized by the French troops singing parades for the first time, informs Le Figaro.
Rupert Murdoch and his son James have agreed to appear Tuesday before a committee of British MPs, responding favorably to an invitation lawmakers announced on Thursday a spokeswoman for News Corp. media group of Australian-American magnate.
Southern Sudan was admitted to the UN on Thursday, the General Assembly, becoming the 193 th State of the United Nations more than a week since independence.
Sinking of the Volga, resulted in 113 deaths, is the result of "negligence" and "greed" of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said Thursday in a surprise visits in Tatarstan, where the drama took place.