Germany tightens security at airports and railway stations in light of "concrete indications" of terrorist attacks being planned for the end of November.
Israel approves plans to withdraw its troops from the northern half of a village deemed by the UN to be inside Lebanon, Israeli officials say.
At least 21 people killed and many more injured after fighters clash with African Union peacekeepers in Mogadishu.
A Roman settlement filled with ancient artefacts and human remains is found on a west London building site.
Prime Minister Saad Hariri on Tuesday wrapped up a two-day official visit to Russia, after talks with President Dmitry Medvedev that tackled the situations in the Middle East, the stalled peace process and the means of boosting...
European finance ministers say they did not hold detailed discussions on a potential bail-out for the Irish Republic at a meeting in Brussels.
Barclays Plc said disputes over an $11 billion profit it allegedly made buying bankrupt Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.’s brokerage may not all be resolved in a current trial and might need “further adjudication.”
The number of U.S. mortgage applications dropped last week by the most this year as an increase in borrowing costs caused refinancing to plunge.
More than 100 homes are evacuated in Cornwall as heavy rain and gale-force winds cause widespread flooding and travel disruption.
Italian police seize a top mafia boss of the Camorra organised crime syndicate as he attempts to escape by jumping off a balcony north of Naples.
The first former Guantánamo detainee tried in a civilian court was acquitted of all but one charge in the bombings of American Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.
A short blast of radio waves to the kidneys can help control high blood pressure in patients who do not respond to medication, a study shows.
The antimatter version of a hydrogen atom has been held in place for the first time, allowing the study of fundamental physics, scientists say.