After Israel released photographs claiming to prove Iran was importing weapons to Hezbollah militia, Iranian news agencies have retorted claiming the images were forged.
Should archaeological artifacts remain in the country in which they were found – or does the law of “finder’s keepers” prevail?
The authorities in India’s Andrah Pradesh have launched an investigation after six new-born babies died in a hospital over the weekend.
Is Lang Lang the most popular pianist on the planet? CNN talks to China’s biggest prodigy a year after he took to the world’s stage.
The police reportedly suggested that gay a gay teenager brutally murdered in Puerto Rico deserved what he got due to his “type of lifestyle”.
Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi tried to convert 500 “attractive girls” to Islam in Rome yesterday.
A tiny pellet the size of a multi-vitamin could provide an endless supply of safe, clean energy - But is this unrealistic optimism?
Former governor Sarah Palin has gone after the Associated Press accusing them of “opposition research” for fact checking her forthcoming book.
The BBC talks to a man who spent 14-years on death row before new evidence led to his release from jail.
Doctors in Iraq are treating 15 times more chronic deformities in infants since the war – due possibly to toxic materials leftover from the fighting.
Building on the studies of Joseph-Louis Lagrange, a picture of coherent structures in fluids is emerging using advanced technologies.
Residents in Auckland, New Zealand are up in arms about a “creepy” giant statue of Santa Claus sporting plastic surgery installed in the city centre.
Exam-marking by computers shows that the rules of grammar can hamper good writing – but are machines qualified to make literary assessment?
Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez is encouraging Cuban scientists to “bomb clouds” with aircraft in order to stimulate rainfall during sever droughts.
A new book by Osama Bin Laden’s first wife and son give an insiders’ view on one of the world’s most notorious terrorists.