Russia has slammed a Thai appeals court's decision to allow the extradition of alleged arms dealer Viktor Bout to the US
Britain has warned Libya that any celebrations to mark the one-year anniversary Friday of the Lockerbie bomber's release would be "tasteless, offensive and deeply insensitive".
The last United States combat brigade is pulling out of Iraq and has crossed into Kuwait almost seven and a half years after the US-led invasion to oust Saddam Hussein.
Gay couples in California have had to put wedding plans on hold following a federal court decision to wait until the completion of an appeals process, which could take until the end of the year.
A suicide bomber blew himself up at a crowded army recruitment centre in Baghdad killing at least 59 people Tuesday.
BP said early Wednesday that a procedure to permanently plug a ruptured oil well in the Gulf of Mexico has achieved the "desired outcome."
The list of World Heritage sites, which brings an endorsement that can boost tourism and environmental protection for those on it, has swelled with 21 additions decided at a Unesco meeting in ...
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says he is ready for face-to-face talks with US President Barack Obama, whom he accuses of being influenced by Israel in his global policies.
The United States can once again tap into European banking data as part of its investigations into terrorism, after the EU agreed to a deal which came into force Sunday.
The United States has closed its consulate in the Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez to carry out a security review amid spiralling drug gang-related violence, officials said Friday.