The leader of a Yemeni Al Qaeda cell has been killed in clashes with security forces, Yemen's state news agency has reported. The agency said the home of the militant, identified by the governor of Yemen's Shabwa province as Abdullah al-Mehdarhad,
Fears of a mounting death toll are growing in Haiti after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake rocked the impoverished Caribbean nation this morning. Dawn will break in a few hours in the capital, Port-au-Prince,
Former Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin has signed to be a contributor on the Fox News Channel, her lawyer has said. Mrs Palin, who ran for the post of vice-president during the 2008 election on a Republican ticket, stepped down as Alaska governor in July 2009.
Tony Blair did not change his policy on Iraq following a meeting with President Bush in April 2002, his former spokesman Alastair Campbell has said. Giving evidence to the Iraq inquiry,
Iranian state media have accused Israel and the US of being involved in a bomb attack which killed an Iranian physicist in Tehran. State broadcaster Irib quoted Iran's foreign ministry spokesman
Britain has said it will outlaw an Islamist group that provoked anger with a plan to march through a town where British troops killed in Afghanistan are honoured. After a public outcry and criticism from political leaders,
A United Arab Emirates sheikh was acquitted Sunday of charges connected to the videotaped beating and torture of an Afghan grain dealer. Sheikh Issa bin Zayed al-Nahyan, a member of the emirates' ruling family,