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Italian prosecutors on Monday asked that Silvio Berlusconi be banned from politics forever and serve six years in prison for having sex with an underage prostitute.
Panic gripped Saudis in the country's east on Monday, where most cases of the deadly coronavirus have been detected.
Pakistan's incoming prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday reached out to India and the United States, pledging to strengthen relations after his thumping victory.
British Prime Minister David Cameron hailed a "real breakthrough" in diplomatic efforts to end the civil war in Syria, as he arrived at the White House.
Greece on Monday took emergency action -- the third this year -- to ward off a strike by secondary school teachers timed to coincide with university entry exams.
Three Chinese government ships entered the waters of disputed Tokyo-controlled islands on Monday, Japan's coastguard said, as a long-running row shows no sign of fading.
Sales of fast food giant KFC in China slumped an estimated 36 percent last month, according to parent Yum! Brands, as consumers shunned chicken due to the H7N9 bird flu outbreak.
Angry Taiwanese fishermen burned Filipino flags in protest Monday after the Philippine coastguard fired on a Taiwan fishing boat killing a crew member.
A US high-tech researcher whose family claims he was murdered in Singapore was under treatment for depression and left suicide notes before he was found hanged.
Bangladesh warned millions of people Monday that a cyclone could barrel into their coastal homes later this week.
Bangladesh's army announced Monday that it was wrapping up its search for bodies following last month's collapse of a garment factory complex.
A Russian-made Yemeni military jet ploughed into a residential district of the capital Sanaa on Monday killing the pilot.
Offers of help are pouring in from around the world for three Cleveland women who were kidnapped and held in captivity for a decade.
The late Grimilda Figueroa, wife of kidnapping accused Ariel Castro and the mother of his children, repeatedly opened cases of domestic abuse but her complaints amounted to nothing
Italian prosecutors presented their final arguments on Monday at the close of Silvio Berlusconi's trial for having sex with an underage prostitute and abuse of office.
A transsexual woman in Hong Kong won a groundbreaking court appeal Monday allowing her to marry her boyfriend and forcing the government to re-write the city's marriage laws.
Philippine President Benigno Aquino called for calm Monday amid an escalating dispute with Taiwan over the death of a Taiwanese fisherman.
A man who contracted a deadly new SARS-like virus after sharing a hospital ward with France's first victim was moved to intensive care
Vietnamese rubber firms bankrolled by an arm of the World Bank and Germany's Deutsche Bank are driving a land-grabbing crisis in Southeast Asia.
Taliban insurgent leaders pledged on Monday to release the final four Turkish engineers held hostage since their helicopter crashed in eastern Afghanistan last month.
A Ghanaian immigrant went on a rampage in the city of Milan, killing a passer - and wounded four others by with a pickaxe.
Authorities say an explosion that killed 28 coal miners in southwest China was caused by a lack of ventilation that caused deadly gases to accumulate.
Carlos the Jackal, returns to court on Monday to appeal his conviction for a series of deadly bombings in France thirty years ago.
Pedro and Onil Castro, brothers of Ariel Castro who was charged with kidnapping and raping three women over a period of 10 years, claim they were completely unaware of his actions. would like to send you push notifications.
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