A Russian-based website is offering computer video feeds into people's homes around the world. A database on the site shows listings for 4,591 cameras in the US, 2,059 in France, and 1,576 in the Netherlands.
A Bahraini woman flashes a victory sign on a street where clashes occurred between police and anti-government protesters on a parliamentary election day in the Shiite neighborhood of Daih, Bahrain, Saturday.
French police are investigating reports of "apprentice jihadists" training in a French park were greeted with cries of "infidels." France is concerned that hundreds of their citizens have gone to Syria to fight alongside the Islamic State.
Violence in nearby Iraq prompted Kuwait to adopt an iron fist approach to national security. This summer, the government began targeting terrorist suspects and political dissenters, depriving some of their citizenship rights.
Argentina’s request for the International Court of Justice to intervene in its debt battle with holdout creditors underscores the nation’s doggedness in fighting the hedge funds - and its technical default.