WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange surrendered to authorities in Britain on Tuesday.
A deadly forest fire in Israel’s northern region went on for a fourth-straight day on Sunday, raising the death toll from the tragedy to 41.
One of the countries in South America which has been critical of the United States policy offered residency to the founder of the whistle blower website that leaked about 250,000 classified documents.
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Diplomatic cables obtained by WikiLeaks revealed that several Mideast nations have urged the United States to attack Iran.
Opposition candidates and their supporters have accused Egypt’s ruling National Democratic Party of using dirty tactics in Parliamentary elections on Sunday.
A defiant North Korea warned on Friday that the Korean peninsula is “on the brink of war.”
A massive explosion rocked the Pike River Coal mine in New Zealand’s West Coast again on Wednesday, erasing hopes that the 29 miners trapped inside are still alive.
Tensions in the Korean peninsula are up again after an exchange of fire between North and South Korea left two people dead and 18 others wounded.
A water festival in Cambodia’s capital city of Phnom Penh turned into tragedy on Monday when at least 345 people were killed due to a stampede.