Police in the UK
Domains deemed to be "criminal" by the police could be shut down, if proposals before the overseer of the UK's net addresses come into force.
Sinn Fein candidate Pearse Doherty is elected to the Irish parliament in the wake of the EU bail-out.
Context: Kim Kwan-jin, Kim Tae-Young, South Korea, defense ministry, shelling of Yeonpyeong
Kuomintang (Chinese Nationalist Party)
A gunman opened fire on a campaign rally near Taipei yesterday, killing one man and critically wounding the son of a former vice-president on the eve of key local elections. A suspect is in custody and may belong to a gang.
Human Rights Watch
Context: Human Rights Watch
Context: American, Escondido, California, explosives
Authorities have arrested 124 Saudis and 25 foreigners, who were planning attacks on government and security officials.
Context: Islamabad, Islamists, Pakistani police, suicide bombing attack
A Rwandan court gave prosecutors an extra 30 days to complete their investigation into charges of terrorism leveled against opposition leader Victoire Ingabire.
Lebanon's Prime Minister
Context: Hezbollah, Lebanon's Prime Minister, Rafiq Hariri, Saad Hariri, U.N., killing former prime minister
Context: threatening, China, North Korea, South Korea, U.S., exclusive economic zone
North Korea warns that US-South Korean plans for military maneuvers put peninsula on brink of war; S.Korean official says 20 blasts heard.
Pike River Mine disaster
There has been a third explosion at the Pike River coal mine in New Zealand, where 29 men are presumed dead underground.
Falls back into recession
Ireland's banks suffered a string of credit downgrades Friday—one reduced to junk-bond status —as speculation mounted that an EU-IMF bailout of Ireland could require senior bondholders to share the massive bill.
Context: American, Willie Nelson, country music, marijuana
A suicide attack on a Houthi rebel procession in northern Yemen kills at least two people and wounds 10 others.