A series of explosions aboard a Russian-built Indian naval submarine partially sank the vessel. This is the 2nd explosion on a Russian-made sub in India in 3 years.
Fukushima nuclear power plant: Officials say they don't know how 10 workers at the plant were sprayed with radioactive water recently.
Britain said it might try to force Madrid to abandon tighter controls at the border with the contested British overseas territory of Gibraltar.
Nagasaki bombing: Sixty-eight years ago, the US dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city, just three days after the attack on Hiroshima.
The Kaesong Industrial Complex, shuttered earlier this year, is one of the only areas of cooperation between rivals North and South Korea.
The dissident billionaire has been in prison since a widely criticized 2005 show trial. But the length of his sentence keeps changing.
Turkey's government critics say the Ergenekon case is an attempt to stifle dissent, but supporters say it is a victory for democracy because it sidelines the military.
The tumultuous relationship between the US and Pakistan is moving in a more positive direction after worsening for years.
Reversing a downward trend, civilian casualties have risen 23 percent, in part because of fighting between government forces and insurgents.
A court ruling last week put to rest a decades-old legal battle involving scheming servants, disinherited princesses, and a forged will.
George Alexander Louis's name has a long history of royal usage. For example, there have been six King Georges to rule Britain.
The second such incident in less than a week comes on the heels of an announcement that Australia won't accept new boat arrivals.