Ratko Mladic falls ill,hospitalised
THE HAGUE: Former Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic was hospitalised Thursday after he complained of feeling unwell at his genocide trial.
Mladic was sent to hospital as a precautionary measure, said Yugoslav war crimes tribunal spokeswoman Nerma Jelacic.
Japan mudslides,flash floods kill 15
Tokyo: Flash floods and mudslides,triggered by heavy rain,killed at least 15 people and destroyed or damaged hundreds of homes in southern Japan Thursday. At least 11 people are missing.
95 killed in Nigeria tanker truck fire
LAGOS: A tanker truck broke down and moments later caught fire and exploded in southern Nigeria on Thursday,killing at least 95 people who had rushed to the scene to scoop fuel,an official said. At least 50 people were injured.
Blair political return: Olympics adviser
LONDON: Britains opposition Labour Party Thursday said former prime minister Tony Blair is returning to domestic politics for the first time since quitting power in 2007. Hell advise the party on legacy projects tied to Olympic Games.
Nepal man sent to 170 years in prison
KATHMANDU: A Nepal court has sentenced one Bajir Singh Tamang,37,to 170 years in jail the severest jail term in the countrys history for trafficking six teenaged schoolgirls to Indian brothels. His victims had fled the brothels,returned home and filed separate cases against Tamang.