Satanic threats to Catherine Zeta-Jones
The woman accused of making death threats against actress Catherine Zeta-Jones has been declared mentally competent to continue criminal proceedings
Direct attack on Australia
Australian Prime Minister John Howard has said his country will not be intimidated by terrorism, after a bomb at the Australian embassy in Indonesia
The war in American claims more victims
The war in American continues to escalate.
MOUNT MORRIS TOWNSHIP, Mich. - Assailants sprayed gunfire into a motel room, killing two people and injuring four, police said Wednesday.
Devastating hurricane Ivan threatens Jamaica
Hurricane Ivan's sustained winds strengthened to 160 miles (257 kilometers) per hour as it battered the Netherlands Antilles, off the coast of Venezuela, after devastating the island of Grenada
Hurricane Ivan victims
Hurricane Ivan killed at least 20 people as it laid waste to the tiny spice island of Grenada, officials said on Wednesday as the storm swept through the Caribbean heading west
Dangerous hurricane may hit Florida again
Powerful and dangerous Hurricane Ivan churned off the Venezuelan coast, shuttering airports nationwide, sparking mudslides and closing many roads, authorities said as more Caribbean
Kidnapping in Iraq getting frequent
Only now the fighting is in the sprawling, densely populated slum that is Mr. Sadr's base of support. That this fight is in Sadr City and not Najaf, is both good and bad for the US, analysts say
10 million dollars for Chechen rebel leaders
Russia has placed a $10 million bounty on the heads of Chechen rebel leaders Shamil Basayev and Aslan Maskhadov, reflecting a growing belief that financial inducements can help to
The war front in America
This past week has seen a rise in the number of fatalities in the on going war in America.
Two Italian women abducted in Iraq
Two female Italian aid workers have been kidnapped in the Iraqi capital. The abductions came amid continued fighting around the Iraqi city of Fallujah as well as in Baghdad
Demonstration against terror outside the Kremlin
Tens of thousands of Russians massed outside the Kremlin to rally against terrorism Tuesday as mourners lowered caskets into the damp earth at a Beslan cemetery four days after the school
Hurricane Frances: smacking Florida for a second time
Tropical Storm Frances hit Florida for a second time, drenching the state's panhandle, after slamming the peninsula and causing billions of dollars in damage
North Ossetia: Terrorism victims
Funeral processions filled the rainy streets of this southern Russian city Monday, carrying coffins large and small, as townspeople buried scores of victims of a carefully
The soldiers at Fort Polk are under attack
Soldiers at Fort Polk are under attack, not by terrorists or revolutionaries, but by a Bengal Tiger.
Russian mothers bury their children
Hours before the battle broke out that ended the hostage crisis, North Ossetian President Alexander Dzasokhov called Chechen separatist envoy Akhmed Zakayev for assistance in
Hurricane Frances hits Florida
Hurricane Frances whipped off roofs, felled trees and cut power to about 4 million people in Florida on Sunday as the huge and powerful storm lumbered over the state with ferocious winds and sheets
Latin Grammys: award and death
In light of his latest batch of Latin Grammys, Alejandro Sanz appreciates the irony of his winning album's title: "No Es Lo Mismo" ("It's Not the Same")
Zambia: AIDS emergency in force
Zambia has declared HIV/AIDS a national emergency in a bid to start manufacturing generic AIDS drugs under World Trade Organization (WTO) rules, a senior government official said on Friday
At least 100 dead in Beslan-s School
Sept. 3 - Even as flames burst through the windows of Beslan-s School No. 1 and rescue workers carried out corpse after corpse with missing limbs, Russian state television was putting a positive
PRAVDA.Ru interviewed Chechen President Alkhanov on the tragic events in Beslan
Elected President of Chechen Republic commented on the tragic events in Beslan to PRAVDA.Ru reporter. Read the interview at http://english.pravda.ru/main/18/88/351/14047_terrorists.html
Tragic final of Beslan tragedy
During the fight in Beslan, 4 policemen were wounded, reported the spokesman of North Ossetia Interior Ministry Ismel Shaov.
He said that some soldiers from the other units had been wounded, but he had no exact information.
Female suicide bomber tried to explode the hospital in Beslan
First TV Channel reported that the female terrorist dressed as a nurse and tried to enter the hospital in Beslan to trigger an explosive device there. However, she could no go into the hospital as there was a big police patrol there.
Two female suicide bombers caught in Beslan
All the hostages have been taken out of the gym in Beslan, reported Interfax.
Military officers said in an Interfax interview that "bringing vehicles to the school is impossible as mines had been planted across all the area near the school".
Terrorists started killing the schoolchildren before special force-s attack
In Beslan special force units are searching the school building. RBC reported on shooting in school. Probably, one terrorists is hiding there.
Minimum 150 hostages have been killed
150 hostages from town Beslan in North Ossetia could be killed. An anonymous source from law-enforcement untis said to Gazeta.ru that minimum 150 hostages could be killed.
The special sevices do not possess exact figures yet. There has been information on finding dead bodies in the school gym.
Special forces blew up part of school gym ceiling
Special force units entered the building of the school in Beslan seized by the terrorist. To do this, they exploded a part of the gym ceiling.
26 hostages were released in North Ossetia
The United States Thursday reiterated its "absolutely firm" condemnation of the hostage-taking in Russia's North Ossetia region despite its past support for a political solution
Hurricane Frances threatening Florida
Residents and tourists in cars, trucks and campers clogged highways along the state's Atlantic coast on Thursday, fleeing inland as mighty Hurricane Frances threatened Florida with its second
Cot death and pregnancy problems
Problems during pregnancy could be an indicator a baby will be at a higher risk of cot death, scientists suggest
Bird flu to infect house cats
For the first time, a type of bird influenza has been shown to infect and sicken house cats, which has some experts worried that there may one day be a strain of severe flu that can pass