2 arrested on flight: A British security official said the situation involving the Pakistan International Airlines flight, which carried more than 300 people, did not appear to be terror-related, but that police were still investigating
Video footage and eye witness accounts from the scene of a brutal murder in London on Wednesday seem to indicate that the attackers may have been politically motivated. Counterterrorism officers are leading the investigation. Two men have been arrested.
London attack: While details were scant, Prime Minister David Cameron called the killing 'truly shocking' and said he had asked Home Secretary Theresa May to call an urgent meeting of the government's emergency committee.
Alice Titzova of the PR agency 2media says mannequins and display cases which were part of the exhibition also disappeared. There was no word Wednesday whether the exhibition will be delayed or canceled.
On Sunday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated Israel would prevent the movement of weapons from Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime to Hezbollah militants in Lebanon. He made no mention of past or future air strikes.
Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, believed to have suffered a stroke, has not made a public appearance in three weeks. The country must now prepare for their first leader from a generation too young to have fought for independence from France.
A bloody campaign season in which about 150 people were killed nationwide ended with the death of Zara Shahid Hussain, a top politician in Pakistan's Tehrik-i-Insaf party. On Sunday, some constituencies accused of vote-rigging voted again.