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One of Russia’s most wanted men has reportedly been captured by police in Siberia. Authorities have been hunting Rizvan Azayev for years in
Britain’s Interior Minister, Charles Clarke, has unveiled a series of measures to deal with terrorism in the wake of the London bombings that killed
Under pressure like never before, Pakistan’s President Pervez Musharraf is preparing to address the nation on Thursday. He will speak about his
Iraqi insurgents have struck a major blow to efforts to draft the country’s landmark constitution. Three Sunni Arabs on the team responsible for
Three British soldiers have been charged with war crimes for the alleged abuse of Iraqi detainees.
The men from the Queen’s Lancashire Regiment are
He had been widely expected to resign yesterday but Romania’s prime minister has now decided against stepping down.
Calin Tariceanu said that with
The tube carriage in which seven people died in the London bombing at Edgware Road has been removed. In a delicate operation, it was lifted by crane
Lebanon’s leaders have agreed on a new government – the first since Syrian forces withdrew.
After weeks of tough negotiations with the Prime
In a bid to end some of the worst violence between Palestinians in years, the ruling Fatah party and the Hamas militant group have ordered their
In one of the most significant announcements of his presidency, George W. Bush has chosen conservative appeals court judge John Roberts as his first
The biggest trade war in history looks set to start today with the launch of a probe into alleged illegal aid for the world’s two aviation giants
Delight among the Republicans, discomfort in the Democrat ranks – as the US president nominates a man with impeccable conservative credentials to
Thousands of right-wingers protesting against the Israeli pullout from Gaza are preparing to turn back after their march was blocked by police
More than 150 people have been arrested throughout Pakistan in connection with the London attacks.
Police have been conducting raids on a series
Tony Blair is meeting with Muslim leaders to discuss measures to combat the threat of terrorism from within the Muslim community.
The gathering at
Close to a million people have been evacuated from China’s south-eastern coast as Typhoon Haitang continues its menacing approach.
Some 5,000 armed
Who started Spain’s most deadly fire in over a decade? That is the question being probed after a barbecue sparked a blaze that killed 11 volunteer
Keeping Europe’s Franco-German alliance on track. Germany’s conservative leader Angela Merkel, who is widely expected to become chancellor, has been
Official campaigning for Germany’s election has not yet begun, but already Angela Merkel is on the offensive. Visiting German troops in Kosovo a few
Britain is likely to introduce new anti-terrorism legislation up to six months ahead of schedule.
The government wants to target extremists
Britain’s Prime Minister has been holding talks with Muslim leaders to discuss ways to combat terrorism after the deadly London bombings nearly two
A giant step towards peace.
That is how Bosnia’s international administrator Paddy Ashdown has described a draft law that proposes merging three
Hurricane Emily has slammed into the Caribbean coast of Mexico – knocking down trees, flooding streets and hitting power supplies. While some holiday