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The former Chief of Staff of the Yugoslav Army has been found guilty of war crimes and sentenced to 27 years in prison.
Momcilo Perisic had denied
Libyan forces plan to enter the pro-Gaddafi desert town of Bani Walid on Tuesday, according to a pan-Arab television station. Rebel sources have
With many petrol stations closed in Tripoli due to shortages of petrol and diesel, motorists waited and hoped that tanker trucks would arrive with
New revelations show the relationship between Colonel Gaddafi’s regime with Western intelligence services may have been too close and cosy.
Thousands of people came to Lisbon on Sunday to witness the soapbox race organised on the occasion of the Redbull Contest.
Twelve teams competed in the 2012 King’s Cup Elephant Polo Tournament which took place Sunday in Hua-Hin in Thailand.
Libyan forces plan to enter the pro-Gaddafi desert town of Bani Walid today, according to a pan-Arab television station.
Rebel sources have
Early on Monday morning, bulldozers from the Israeli military demolished three buildings in an unauthorized West Bank settlement. Families are now
Another volatile day of trading is expected on the world’s markets, due to worries over the level of eurozone debt.
European markets rose slightly
Barack Obama’s outlined some of his proposals to boost America’s beleaguered economy.
The US president used a Labor Day rally in Detroit to set the
Car thieves using screwdrivers and crowbars to break into and steal your cars could soon be a thing of the past.
Gadgets used to operate cars in
Libyan rebels have reportedly agreed a deal to enter the pro-Gaddafi town of Bani Walid without fighting, according to an Arabic television
Bani Walid is becoming more isolated, as rebel forces seize an airport which had been used to connect the Libyan town with another loyalist
Up to 250 armoured vehicles accompanied by members of Muammar Gaddafi’s southern Libyan army battalions reportedly arrived at Agadez in Niger
Russia will begin pumping gas to European countries through the Nord Stream pipeline on Tuesday. The first of the project’s lines is complete, and
Famine in Somalia has spread to engulf three quarters of the country’s regions according to the United Nations. Four million Somalis are now going