American authorities arrested a father and son, originally from Taiwan, for allegedly trying to sell machinery and goods to North Korea that can be used to make weapons of mass destruction.
As the trial of one of Germany’s most-notorious neo-nazis begins, Police arrested a 93-year old man for concealing his past as a guard at the Auschwitz death camp.
The UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria is distancing itself from a claim that Syrian Rebels possibly used chemical weapons. The claim was made over the weekend by one of its own members looking into human rights abuses in Syria.
More information is released about one of the passengers of the deadly limousine fire near San Francisco; Syria hints at retaliation after taking a battering from Israel; And Bangladesh gets worse.
Tens of thousand of protesters were out in Paris to express their deep dissatisfaction with President Francois Hollande, a year after he took office.
Cemeteries across Massachusetts are refusing to bury the body of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the suspected Boston Marathon bomber who was killed in a shoot out with police last month.
Five women are dead after a stretch limousine caught fire and burned on a bridge spanning the San Francisco Bay in California. Four more women and the driver survived the fire.
Israel strikes at Syria twice in two days (we got video!), A prominent member of the UK’s ruling coalition is arrested on sex charges, and illegal machinery apparently contributed to the building collapse in Bangladesh.
America discovers a previously unrecognized suicide problem, a major entertainment company will no longer get its branded clothing from Bangladesh, and that lamb chop wasn’t a lamb chop. Not unless a lamb squeaks and lives in the sewers. Yikes! Let’s go around the world on CareerSpot:
Assassins in Islamabad have himself gunned down Pakistan’s main prosecutor in the murder of Benizir Bhutto. The attack happened in broad daylight in a busy street in a middle class neighborhood.
More than a few eyebrows were raised over the FBI’s choice for the first female named to its list of Most Wanted terrorists: An individual who hasn’t even been in the US for decades and who the FBI cannot explain its reasoning for labeling her a threat.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) signed a nuclear cooperation agreement with Japan, said it was likely that Japanese technology would be used in four nuclear reactors currently under construction.
On the day the US confirmed it is indeed considering arming the rebels, forces loyal to Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad stormed a coastal village causing scores of civilian casualties.
History and sometimes the law have a way of catching up with people. Just take the cases of three geriatric European television personalities whose alleged skeletons came spilling out of their closets this week.
Famine in Somalia has killed more than a quarter million people, and half of the fallen were children under age five. And a United Nations report admits the world body could have done more to prevent the tragedy in the Horn of Africa.