City officials in Tehran have agreed to investigate claims that bodies of protesters killed in the unrest that followed Iran’s disputed presidential election were secretly buried in the nation’s largest cemetery, Iranian media reported Sunday.
Personal details and photographs of the incoming head of Britain’s international spy agency have been posted on Facebook, British Foreign Secretary David Miliband acknowledged Sunday. But he insisted that no compromising information had been revealed
A passerby pushed a would-be suicide jumper off a bridge in southern China because he was angry at the jumper’s "selfish activity," Chinese media reported Saturday.
A 6.3-magnitude earthquake struck central Italy early Monday, killing 20 people, including four children, Italian media reported. Italian civil protection agency officials would not confirm a death toll.
The Czech government lost a confidence vote in parliament Tuesday, forcing the prime minister and his Cabinet to resign, Czech media reported.
British singer Amy Winehouse has been charged with "common assault" in connection with an incident last September, and will appear in court later this month, Scotland Yard said Friday. In the incident, on September 26, the singer allegedly hit a fan at a charity ball, British media reported