Seven "keys" have been handed out to a trusted circle of people who might get called upon to "save" the Internet in the aftermath of a cyber attack.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy 'opened up the doors of hell for himself and his people' after troops from France and Mauritania launched a rescue raid that killed six Al Qaeda militants, said a top militant in an audio tape.
Bastille Day in France becomes a less lavish affair this year, as the country tries to keep a lid on spending.
Garry Davis renounced his US citizenship 62 years ago and declared himself "World Citizen No. 1." Why would he do that?
US and European troops train local militaries in counterterrorism tactics in the face of threats from Al Qaeda and criminals in West Africa.
A ski fan waves a swiss flag, backdropped by the Eiger mountain during the World Cup Men's downhill skiing event in Wengen on Jan. 16.
The ruling military junta of Captain Moussa Dadis Camara in Guinea announced that it supports transition to civilian rule.
China ranks next to Uganda and Bangladesh in numbers of child deaths from diarrhea, according to a new report from the UN Children's Fund.