Who knew an agent of “propaganda” could have eight legs?
Looking for blood to treat their injured fighters, Iraqi insurgents turn to hospitals and blood banks—and steal it at gunpoint.
According to the Associated Press, ex-Fugee and Haiti native Wyclef Jean is mulling a potential run for president of Haiti. Could this actually work?
In Catalonia, a region of mainland Spain, animal rights activists clash with champions of Spanish heritage as debates rage over petitions to ban bullfighting.
You’ve heard of a message in a bottle. Now there’s a message made of bottles. (via National Geographic)
As tensions between Venezuela and Colombia heighten, President of Venezuela Hugo Chavez warns his country will cease all exports of oil to the United States if Venezuela suffers a military attack.
A Spanish man spoke at a press conference on Monday after being the first successful recipient of a full-face transplant.
Iran is getting its chain tightened just a few more links now that foreign ministers with the EU are pushing harder sanctions targeted at the nation’s energy sector, which is in turn aimed at hindering its nuclear program.
In light of whistle-blowing website Wikileaks publishing more than 90,000 secret military files on the war in Afghanistan, Australian founder Julian Assange decided to give a press conference in London Monday.
“If you can kill 14,000 people and serve only 19 years — 11 hours per life taken — what is that? It’s a joke.”
– THEARY SENG, a Cambodian who is now a U.S. citizen, on the sentencing of Kaing Guek Eav, known as Duch, a …
How cheap? $35 cheap! And it’s likely to get even cheaper.
Talk about making a statement. France’s football federation has surely taken the unprecedented step of suspending its entire 23 man World Cup squad from playing in next month’s friendly match against Norway.