A Pakistani cleric announced a $1 million bounty for killing the cartoonist who drew Prophet Mohammed, as thousands joined protests worldwide.
The release of shocking new video footage and photographs of abuse at Iraq’s prison has prompted an international outrcry.
The move came following an emergency meeting of the IAEA board of governors in Vienna which adopted a resolution to report Iran’s nuclear program to the UN Security Council.
Many people were feared dead after an Egyptian ferry with some 1,400 on board sank in bad weather in the Red Sea during an overnight crossing from Saudi Arabia to Egypt.
Muslim world demonstrates against a Danish newspaper printing a cartoon depicting Prophet Mohammed as a terrorist.
Google said the site had multiple references to popular search terms such as ‘new cars’ and ‘used cars’ embedded in its code.
Russia’s main intelligence agency accused four British diplomats of spying — using electronic equipment hidden inside a fake rock in a park — as well as funneling funds to non-governmental organizations.
Search engine not only censors many Web sites that question the Chinese government, but it goes further than similar services from Microsoft and Yahoo by targeting teen pregnancy, homosexuality, dating, beer and jokes.