This is all the Prez needs - North Korea threatening America with a nuclear attack.
Italians fatigued by politics may have switched on the television on Sunday night for a spot of escapism.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the recording that shows members of a Colorado college Ultimate Frisbee team doing the Harlem Shake.
On the stroke of 8pm on Thursday, as bells chimed and pilgrims stifled sobs, the Swiss guards who had been standing outside the apostolic palace of Castel Gandolfo retreated inside, their duty done.
A cluster of small, concrete buildings stands in the parched landscape of the Egyptian Sinai, not far from the border with Israel. Nothing but sand and a few determined shrubs lie between them and distant jagged mountains.
Qaislaz Zubaidi is eating lunch with his family in a pleasant park on the banks of the Tigris.
Muammar Gaddafi ruled Libya for 42 years before he was overthrown last summer and killed by rebels in October.
President-elect Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood spent his first day in office on Monday locked in discussions with the military over choosing his cabinet, with an inbox piled high with challenges for the near future.
Police Pistorius fired at an angle into the toilet door.
Class conflict once seemed so straightforward.
The heritage of protest and provocation on which Nadezhda Tolokonnikova was drawing was confirmed as soon as I saw her picture.
The case between Boris Berezovsky and Roman Abramovich is the biggest private litigation battle in history.
Oscar Pistorius has been has been released on bail at the end of a tense hearing which has gripped South Africa and the world.
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The mystery over South African sprinter Oscar Pistorius's role in the killing of the model Reeva Steenkamp has deepened amid a series of claims and counter-claims about what happened at his home in Pretoria last week.