Tickets for Beyonce’s three shows in Auckland in October have sold out in 15 minute this morning.
In February, the wheelchair-bound, gray-haired Shi’a anti-government activist Abduljalil al-Singace was released from a six-month prison stint in Bahrain. He celebrated by joining a Shi’a anti-government rally that marched to the King’s palace in Riffa
A woman, beheaded by the sword thousands of miles from home.
On March 27, Bangladeshi doctors amputated the leg of Limon Hossain, a 16-year-old student, four days after he was shot during a raid by the Rapid Action Battalion , Bangladesh’s elite security force.
“Names make news.” Last week the following names made the following news: Frederick Trubee Davison, Assistant Secretary of War for Aviation, received a telegram: “Only Elijah has gone farther and longer than the Question Mark .” Retelegraphed Mr. Davison: “Good
Revathi Masoosai should be the perfect embodiment of Malaysia. Her ethnic Indian parents were both born in the ancient port of Malacca in 1957, the very year the colony of Malaya gained independence from the British.
How easy is it to buy illegal drugs on the Internet? Pretty darn easy, according to a new study by the United Nation’s International Narcotics Control Board.
“Welcome to the 21st century!” That was how one Facebook user responded to the news that Malta, the only country in the E.U.