The death toll in a market fire in south China's Shenzhen Wednesday morning rose to 16, when fire fighters found another body in the debris.
South Africans have been forgotten in government's quest to give the world a memorial for Nelson Mandela that was meant to impress internationals.
Several Israeli military jeeps invaded Al-Eesawiyya town, in occupied East Jerusalem, and broke into the home of detainee Samer Al-Eesawy; clashes have been reported.
Supreme Court in India on Wednesday held that consensual sex between adults of the same gender was an offence.
As many as 14 people were killed and six others injured in an explosion of a fuel truck in the Nile Delta city of Kafr el-Zayat, 80 km far from the capital Cairo.
A diplomatic spat has erupted between Israel and Romania after Bucharest reportedly refused to allow Romanian construction workers to be employed in Israel's illegal West Bank settlements.
Twin were wounded after being rammed by an Israeli settler’s vehicle in the Al-Walaja road, west of Beit Jala, in the West Bank city of Bethlehem
Marathon talks between European Union finance ministers have brought the creation of a central body to deal with failing banks closer to fruition. The aim is to avoid using taxpayer money to bail out or wind up lenders.
Israeli soldiers invaded Deheisha refugee camp, south of Bethlehem, after completely isolating it, breaking into several homes and kidnapping five Palestinians, including three brothers.
Ukrainian riot police began moving into Kiev's Independence Square where protesters were demonstrating for European integration.
Palestinian Prisoners Society reported that Israel is currently holding captive more than 5000 Palestinians, including 200 minors and 15 women
Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry retires today leaving behind a legacy of broken myths, shaking the archaic political order and bringing into public spotlight the spy chiefs who had remained shrouded behind the wall of secrecy, never to be questioned.
Eight people have been killed during violence in 17 provinces of Argentina, sparked by a police strike that began six days ago,
Israeli soldiers kidnapped a Palestinian woman identified as Nadia Lufty Abu Eid, 34.
A young Palestinian was injured after being stabbed by an Israeli settler in Jaffa Road, West Jerusalem.
US drone strikes in Pakistan may amount to “extrajudicial executions or war crimes”, according to an October report by Amnesty International.
It seems that the British Government’s response to most terror related events is to blame the Muslim community and Islam.
Drones have assumed a growing role in warfare at a time when the original concept has become increasingly blurred and distorted over the past two decades.
Leading Conservative Kenneth Clarke has provoked controversy on many occasions during his more than 40+ years as an MP.
The issue of reasonable adjustments is one that employers often worry about; it must be borne in mind that whilst disabled employees are given these additional rights, there still needs to be a systematic approach when considering each request for reasonable adjustments to see if they actually assist in remedying disadvantages in the workplace,
I write this the day before Remembrance Sunday. The history and poetry of the World Wars was a huge part of both my primary and secondary education and I remember it vividly.
Europe’s relations with Israel has deteriorated to a new low over illegal Israeli settlements and the destruction of EU aid projects for Palestinians, according to EU diplomats.