Shots fired into Al Jazeera's office in Gaza, a day after Israeli FM said Israel will work to close down the network. Gunshots have been fired into Al Jazeera's bureau in the Gaza Strip amid an intensified
Russia has said it fears events in Ukraine’s capital Kyiv could be spinning out of control, as anti-government protesters continue a tense stand-off with police following Monday night’s violence. The Minister
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungarian Jewish leaders said on Tuesday they may stay away from commemorations of the Holocaust in 2014 because of resurgent anti-Semitism in a nation that has struggled to come terms
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Edward Snowden needs better security after a news report quoted unnamed U.S. intelligence officials saying they wanted the former spy agency contractor dead and discussing ways to kill
GAZA (Reuters) - Israel killed two Gaza gunmen in an air strike on Wednesday, blaming one of them for firing rockets across the border during former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s funeral last Palestinian
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed in a phone call on Tuesday how best to have a “safe and secure” Winter Olympics in Sochi, the White House said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden said he acted alone in leaking U.S. government secrets and that suggestions by some U.S. lawmakers he might have had help from Russia
GAZA (Reuters) - Israel killed two Gaza gunmen in an air strike on Wednesday, blaming one of them for firing rockets across the border during former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s funeral last Palestinians