Murder and mayhem haunt an executive chef in the restaurant of a London hotel that has seen better days.
At least 5,000 women and girls were sent abroad to marry last year, according to a government report. Britain is toughening its stand against the practice with 'rescue’ teams, hotlines, and a new campaign to protect women.
In Helmand Province, poppy cultivation funds insurgent activities. As the operation began, the US military announced a US soldier had been captured in another province.
Booksellers won't stock 'It's Our Turn to Eat,' fearing reprisals. But it's sold on street corners – and read aloud in churches.
Some immigrant workers are being housed on barges, prompting questions and resentment from locals, many of whom are out of work.
She got the white-glove treatment for her return to US waters, after a harrowing Atlantic crossing.
President Sarkozy's law-and-order push now includes three years in jail or a 45,000 euro fine for being a member of a gang.