After hiding out in Macau, Kim Jong-nam may have found a new place to shelter The older half-brother of Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, has surfaced in Malaysia after apparently going into hiding
Hostilities between police and protesters are temporarily suspended as Vitaly Klitschko, opposition leader, calls on demonstrators to observe eight-hour truce Hostilities between police and protesters
Although tarnished by his military record, Ariel Sharon was the first Right-wing leader to grapple with Israel's great dilemma. The stroke that ended Ariel Sharon's premiership in January 2006 also left
Doctors in Israel say that former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's "already critical medical condition is deteriorating further as key bodily organs continue to decline," The Associated Press writes. Dr.
In truth, Ariel Sharon's journey ended long ago. Eight years have passed, almost to the day, since he was silenced by a stroke that left him lodged in the limbo between life and death. That state of ambiguity
Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych "intends to sign" the far-reaching trade and cooperation agreement with the EU that he rejected only last month, the European Union's foreign policy chief said Thursday
The Ukrainian prime minister has warned protesters they are committing a criminal offence if they block or occupy official buildings. His announcement came as demonstrators blocked off government premises
Young people helped elect President Obama in 2008 and 2012, but they’re giving him low marks now. The wide-ranging poll of 18- to 29-year-olds, released Wednesday morning by Harvard’s Institute of Politics,
Bob Schieffer, Jim Lehrer and Robert MacNeil all vividly remember John F. Kennedy’s assassination 50 years ago on Friday, namely because they were working as young reporters in and around Dallas. Schieffer
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Standing by a tent adorned with EU flags in Kiev's Independence Square, Vitali Selyk hands out leaflets declaring: "For a European future." A few hundred metres away, posters outside the metro station
The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments Wednesday in a case questioning the use of prayer at government meetings. But first, the marshal will ask "God" to "save the United States and this honorable court."
A special commission has approved a plan to divert cruise ships away from Venice's historic centre Italy will immediately begin to limit large cruise ship traffic in the Venice lagoon and the biggest -
According to a new report from research firm Counterpoint, Nokia became the fourth largest OEM to ship smartphones in the US for Q3 2013. The Finnish company came in at fourth place with 4.4 percent, HTC
The country is asking its citizens to donate scrap metal to the project The Statue of Liberty is one of the most recognizable statues in the world, but soon it'll be dwarfed by the sheer size of India's