The Osama operation struck terrorism,but it's largely irrelevant in the broader fight against terror.
The brutal gang is now accused in the beheadings of 27 farm workers in Guatemala.
Submits to test; maid says forced to perform oral sex
In a horrific incident,a 28- year-old Bulgarian man allegedly decapitated a British woman and then ran off with her head saying,'This is my treasure',.
A south Sudan rebel group carried out a cattle raid in Warrap state that killed 82 people,a southern army spokesman said.
54-year-old bin Laden was originally wanted for allegedly orchestrating the bombings of US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania
US officers led to fortress-like three-story building after more than four years of tracking a courier.
Indian immigrants in UK should no longer be specifically excluded from latent TB screening.
Witnesses said the buildings contained assorted equipment,children's diapers and scrap metal
Obama plans to name a special envoy to the country and press for democratic reform.
Gerrard groin injury has dealt the team another blow to its chances of finishing in the European places in the Premier League.
This is a major breakthrough in the battle to contain the worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl.
Shanna Bukhari was subjected to a tide of online hate messages after entering the qualifying rounds.
Pak military may penalise generals involved in a Rs 1.8 bn corruption scandal in National Logistics Cell.
Concerns centre on damage to a part of the reactor core known as the suppression pool.
Interpol has issued a global alert against Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi and 15 others.
A powerful bomb blast ripped through a mosque within a Sufi shrine at Nowshera in northwest Pakistan.
'Never again' is for all humankind; new history must be written for the people,says Ban Ki-Moon
She will talk to counterparts about Libya and the situation and trends in the Middle East.
Soldiers were deployed on the streets of Libya's second city of Benghazi on Friday after people overnight protest.
The 27-nation EU has traditionally had close relations with Egypt.
Former South African President Nelson Mandela was whisked home Friday from a hospital where the 92-year-old had been treated allegedly for a collapsed lung,with only a glimpse of his head covered by a surgical cap visible as he was wheeled into an ambulance.
Arabs feel more threatened than Jews after watching a violent clip like a terror attack.
Hewlett-Packard is all set to rejig its board with the entry of five new directors.
Their "Kate look" included replicas of her diamond and sapphire engagement ring.
Chinese dissidents urged Obama to address their concerns during Hu's four-day state visit.
Vipul MedCare launched its medical tourism operations in the Gulf to offer healthcare services to expatriate Indians.
The US Senate was expected to hold a vote on the nuclear arms control pact tomorrow.
"it is quite clear to India" that Pakistan views Afghanistan "as a zero sum game and they want India out of Afghanistan," said the leaked cable.
He was forced to do their bidding for a pittance after the temple owners confiscated his passport.
An Al-Qaeda-linked website Shumukh al-Islam yesterday had named Taymour Abdel Wahab as the bomber.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has 'for his own safety' been moved to a segregation unit of the London prison where he is being held pending extradition to Sweden.WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has for his own safety been moved to a segregation unit of the London prison where he is being held pending extradition to Sweden,one of his lawyers said today. The prison authorities are doing it for his own safety,presumably, lawyer Jennifer Robinson told AFP. She said the 39-year-old Australian was moved to the segregation unit of Wandsworth prison in southwest London yesterday,two days after he was taken to the jail. The lawyer complained that Assange does not get any recreation,he has difficulties getting phone calls out,he is on his own. Assange,a former computer hacker who has coordinated WikiLeaks release of tens of thousands of US diplomatic cables,is not allowed to have a laptop computer in the prison,but his lawyers have requested one. Obviously we are trying to prepare a legal appeal and he has difficulties hand writing,so it would be much easier in order to assist us in the preparation if he had a laptop, Robinson said. She declined to elaborate on why he had difficulties writing. Robinson said Assange was in very good spirits but he was frustrated that he could not answer the allegations that WikiLeaks was behind cyber attacks launched on credit card firms which have refused to do business with the website. He told me he is absolutely not involved and this is a deliberate attempt to conflate WikiLeaks,which is a publishing organisation,with hacking organisations which are not. Assange was refused bail by a judge in London on Tuesday after being arrested on a warrant issued by Sweden,where prosecutors want to speak to him about allegations of rape and sexual molestation made by two women. He is due to appear in a London court again next Tuesday,when his case will be argued by Geoffrey Robertson,a high-profile British-Australian human rights lawyer.
A second warrant is likely to be issued shortly for the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Pakistan Army chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani has "learned the lesson" of his predecessor.
The documents refer to inappropriate remarks by Prince Andrew about a UK law enforcement agency and a foreign country.
A US diplomatic cable released by Wikileaks suggests that Israel told Palestinian leaders and Egypt that it was going to attack the Gaza Strip before the war began
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